The Endy Mattress is an all-foam bed constructed with three layers of advanced pressure-relieving polyfoam. It’s a medium firm mattress, offering a versatile feel for a wide variety of sleepers.
The Endy Mattress is available exclusively in Canada. It’s made by Endy, a Canadian company that specializes in low-cost mattresses and sleep products. The Endy Mattress, profiled in this review, is their flagship product. Endy is a leader in the Canadian bed-in-a-box industry, and their flagship Endy Mattress is one of the most popular online mattresses in Canada.
This bed is made of polyfoam, with a dense, 5-inch polyfoam support core and two distinct foam comfort layers. It is 10 inches thick and protected by a removable and machine-washable polyester cover.
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the firmest, the Endy measures around a 6. This puts it in a versatile class of mattresses that can be well-suited to a wide variety of sleepers. Available at a moderate price-point, the Endy offers great value.
The Endy Mattress is designed to be a versatile, affordable, and well-rounded mattress for a wide variety of sleepers. Its all-foam composition provides excellent motion isolation, keeping movement on one side of the bed from disturbing the opposite side. Its moderate firmness (6 out of 10) makes it a great option for a wide variety of sleeping positions and comfort preferences.
The Endy Mattress is an all-foam bed. It uses polyfoam materials of varying densities to achieve a balanced blend of performance and comfort.
The Endy features a 5-inch thick support core of high-density polyfoam, which provides the underlying support for the mattress. This layer helps to stabilize the entire bed, providing deep compression support and helping to keep the sleeper’s body properly aligned.
A 3-inch transitional layer of high-density polyfoam sits on top of the support core. This layer acts as a buffer, preventing sleepers from sinking in too deeply. The transitional layer is just as dense as the support core, but it has a somewhat softer feel.
On top of the transitional layer sits a 2-inch comfort layer made of open-cell polyfoam. This lower-density foam feels significantly softer than the support and transitional layers, and is responsible for the bed’s medium firm feel. The use of open-cell polyfoam instead of memory foam makes this layer a bit bouncier, as well as notably more breathable than comparable memory foam comfort layers.
The Endy Mattress is protected by a soft and stretchy cover made of 97% polyester and 3% spandex. The mattress cover can be easily removed and is machine-washable. This is a notable benefit for those concerned with the cleanliness of their bed, as removable mattress covers are not exactly common.
There is only one version of the Endy Mattress available at this time – the medium firm model, which is approximately a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. There are no mattress modifications that alter the Endy’s price, however, there are a variety of accessories available. Optional add-ons include a bed frame, mattress protector, pillows, and sheets.
The Endy is made of multiple layers of polyfoam encased in a polyester-spandex cover.
97% polyester, 3% spandex (removable and machine-washable)
2” open-cell polyfoam
3” high-density polyfoam transition layer
5” high-density polyfoam support core
The Endy Mattress is priced a bit more affordably than many competing all-foam models. Based on its quality and performance compared to its price point, our analysis found that the Endy presents a very good value overall.
The price difference between the various sizes is also quite small. Compared to some other brands, this pricing structure makes the larger sizes of the Endy Mattress a better value.
Please note that the following prices are in CAD.
|Twin||39" x 75"||10"||19.5kg.||$675|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||10"||19.5kg.||$700|
|Full||54" x 75"||10"||24kg.||$775|
|Queen||60" x 80"||10"||32kg.||$850|
|King||76" x 80"||10"||42kg.||$950|
|California King||72" x 84"||10"||42kg.||$950|
We found the Endy Mattress to have a strong degree of motion isolation. Movement on one side of the mattress was barely felt at the opposite side, which means that couples should not be disturbed by their partner’s movements on this bed.
The Endy’s all-foam design contributes to its performance in this category. Mattresses made with primarily foam materials tend to transfer less motion than innerspring, hybrid, and latex beds (which have more bounce and responsiveness).
The Endy Mattress performs rather well in terms of pressure relief, particularly for sleepers under 104 kilograms. The moderately firm feel of the bed allows for enough conforming to feel comfortable, while also providing adequate support for proper spinal alignment.
Sleepers who weigh more than 104 kilograms may find that they sink into the Endy Mattress a bit too much for comfort.
The Endy Mattress performs decently in this category. The Endy may feel a bit warm on hot nights, but it sleeps cooler than a typical memory foam mattress. That being said, if you tend to sleep warm at night, this may not be the best mattress for you.
Most foam materials tend to trap body heat, often resulting in an uncomfortably hot sleep experience. Solid foam layers restrict airflow, adding to the problem of heat retention. The Endy uses open-cell polyfoam, which has better breathability, to attempt to counter this effect.
The Endy Mattress provides an average amount of edge support.
Most all-foam mattresses lack the firm edge support found in innerspring and hybrid beds, and the Endy is no different. Foam typically does not hold up to compression very well, causing some sinkage when excess pressure is applied in a single area. The Endy’s firmer feel gives it a bit more resistance to overcompression at the edges than other all-foam beds.
The Endy Mattress performs decently well when it comes to ease of movement. This means that it’s relatively easy to change positions and get in and out of bed without too much issue.
The Endy’s moderately firm feel helps make it easier to change positions. The mattress allows for less sinkage than some other foam beds, thanks to its composition of high-density polyfoam materials.
With that said, heavier individuals may have more difficulty moving around, because they will sink further into the foam. The Endy’s average degree of edge support may also make it more difficult to get in and out of the bed.
The Endy has adequate amount of responsiveness, but some couples may find that it lacks the bounciness of innerspring and hybrid mattresses that is ideal for many for sex. The Endy’s limited edge support also makes it difficult for couples to utilize the entire surface of the mattress.
Off-gassing is a normal process that is particularly common in all-foam mattresses. Volatile organic compounds are trapped in the foam materials during the manufacturing process, and are released when the mattress is set up. This odor is generally not considered to be harmful and typically dissipates within a few days to a week.
The Endy off-gasses to a similar extent as other all-foam beds, with most of the smell fading after a few days. Allowing the mattress to sit for in a well-ventilated room for a while before use will help to speed up the off-gassing process.
Side Sleepers: The majority of side sleepers will find the Endy Mattress to be comfortable and supportive. The mattress is best suited to sleepers between 60 and 104 kilograms, who tend to be most comfortable on moderately firm beds. The Endy is also well suited to those under 60 kilograms, although some will find that the Endy’s firmness puts a bit too much pressure on the shoulders. Generally, though, the Endy’s moderate firmness and low-density comfort layer allows for the right blend of conforming, support, and cushy comfort.
Side sleepers over 104 kilograms will likely prefer a firmer mattress, as they may find that the Endy allows for too much sinkage in the shoulder and hip areas.
Back Sleepers: The majority of back sleepers prefer medium firm to firm beds, and the Endy is a solid medium firm, at about a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. Most back sleepers under 104 kilograms will find the Endy Mattress to be comfortable and supportive. Sleepers who weigh more than 104 kilograms will likely do better on a firmer mattress.
Stomach Sleepers: Stomach sleepers tend to prefer firm, highly supportive mattresses. Many stomach sleepers under 104 kilograms should find the Endy Mattress to fit their needs rather well. With that said, some stomach sleepers will find that there is too much sagging around the hips with this mattress. For those over 104 kilograms, the Endy will likely be too soft to provide adequate support.
|Under 60 kg.||60-104kg.||Above 104kg.|
The Endy Mattress is available exclusively in Canada.
It’s available for purchase online, at the manufacturer’s website, as well as on Amazon. Not all sizes are available on Amazon at this time, so we recommend buying directly from the manufacturer.
The Endy Mattress is also available at select retail partners throughout Canada.
The Endy Mattress ships nationwide in Canada. It is not available in the US or any other region outside of Canada. Shipping is free within Canada, excluding some remote Canadian territories, where additional shipping fees may apply.
The Endy will ship compressed in a large box. Orders are typically shipped out within 1-2 business days after you place your order. You will receive an email from Endy with your expected delivery date and a tracking number shortly after you place your order.
Endy does not offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal at this time.
The Endy Mattress comes with a 100-night sleep trial. At any point during the first 100 days, you can return your Endy Mattress for a full refund. Endy will coordinate a pickup for the mattress and issue a refund to your original payment method.
The Endy Mattress comes with a 10-year mattress warranty. The warranty covers a one-time repair or replacement for the mattress during the 10-year warranty term.
It covers physical flaws in materials and craftsmanship, as well as sagging or indentations exceeding 1 inch deep. It excludes normal wear-and-tear, spills, damage due to misuse, and the like.