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Juno Mattress Review

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Lauren Fountain

juno mattress

Ideal for:

  • Back and stomach sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds
  • Shoppers on a budget
  • Those with aches and pains from pressure points
  • People who wake up easily when their sleep partner moves


  • Sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds may sink in excessively, jeopardizing their spinal alignment.
  • Compression could make the edge of the bed feel unstable when you sitting on or sleeping near the perimeter

Price Range:
$329 - $549
Mattress Type:
Medium Firm (6)
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GoodMorning.com is one of the most successful mattress brands in Canada. In addition to seven mattress models, GoodMorning.com also produces an adjustable bed, a foundation, a mattress protector, and a pillow.

The company’s robust mattress line includes the Juno, the Douglas, the Brunswick, the Recore, the Logan & Cove, the Novosbed, and the Apollo. These beds vary in their firmness options, construction, and materials.

The Juno Mattress is GoodMorning.com’s most budget-friendly model, costing much less than the average price of an all-foam mattress. It is constructed with an adaptive comfort layer of gel-infused polyfoam that contours to the body and alleviates pressure, along with a high-density foam base. The Juno is considered medium firm or a 6 on the 1-10 firmness scale.

Read on to learn more about this mattress, which is exclusively available to Canadian shoppers. We’ll break down the Juno’s construction, pricing, sizing, and performance, as well as GoodMorning.com’s customer policies. For more information about Canadian mattresses, check out our guide to the best mattresses in Canada.

Juno Bed At-A-Glance


Mattress Type

Medium Firm (6)



The Juno Mattress consists of two layers of polyfoam wrapped in a polyester and viscose knit cover.

Cover Material:

Polyester, Viscose Knit

Comfort Layer:

2” Polyfoam (Gel-Infused)

Support Core:

6” Polyfoam

Mattress Prices and Sizing

The Juno Mattress is GoodMorning.com’s most affordable model. Compared to all-foam mattresses by other brands, the Juno Mattress is very competitively priced. All six standard mattress sizes are available.

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 39" x 75" 8" N/A $329
Twin XL 39" x 80" 8" N/A $349
Full 54" x 75" 8" N/A $399
King 76" x 80" 8" N/A $549
California King 72" x 84" 8" N/A $549
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Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

The Juno Mattress’s foam design layers absorb motion well. A 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer dampens most minor vibrations, and a 6-inch polyfoam core isolates more significant movement. Most sleepers shouldn’t notice when their partner rolls over during the night, but they might feel it if a child is jumping up and down on their bed.

Pressure Relief

Many sleepers experience pressure points where their body applies more force against the mattress, typically their hips and shoulders. Like most foam models, the Juno Mattress shapes to the sleeper’s body and redistributes their weight to reduce pressure buildup. This can result in fewer aches and pains.

The Juno’s pressure relief is largely thanks to its 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer, which cushions the body and adapts to your shape and sleep position. A 6-inch polyfoam core adds deeper contouring while limiting sinkage.

Temperature Control

Compared to other all-foam models, the Juno regulates temperatures moderately well. Air can flow through its polyester and viscose knit cover so that cool air can reach the interior of the mattress. Polyfoam layers are typically more breathable than memory foam, allowing heat to dissipate more quickly from the sleep surface. A gel infusion in the comfort layer further aids temperature control by pulling heat away from the sleeper’s body.

While the Juno may not regulate temperatures as much as some hybrid or innerspring models, most sleepers should stay cool enough to rest comfortably, even if they’re prone to sleeping hot.

Edge Support

All-foam models usually have weaker edge support than hybrid and innerspring mattresses because the foam around the perimeter of the bed compresses when weight is applied. This can make the edge feel unstable, potentially limiting how much of the bed surface an individual feels comfortable using.

The Juno’s edge support is a bit better than most all-foam models. Since the perimeter isn’t reinforced, compression could cause the edge to feel insecure for sitting and sleeping. Some people may find it difficult to get into or out of bed, and sleepers may gravitate towards the center of the mattress to avoid the sensation that they could roll off.

Ease of Movement

Since foam mattresses typically conform to the sleeper, they can feel somewhat restrictive. The Juno’s polyfoam comfort layer hugs the body, which may make it more difficult to change positions. However, polyfoam regains its shape faster than memory foam and doesn’t conform as closely, so the Juno Mattress may be somewhat easier to move on than all-foam models with memory foam layers.


The Juno Mattress may not be as responsive as some couples prefer for sex. This is common with all-foam models because they lack the coil systems that give hybrid and innerspring mattresses their bounciness.

However, the Juno Mattress also has some potential upsides for sex. Its 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer conforms enough to provide traction without sinking too much, which can make couples feel trapped in the bed. This mattress is also completely silent, permitting more discreet amorous activity.


New mattress smells are common. These off-gassing odors occur due to the manufacturing process, and they may linger when a mattress is compressed.

Since the Juno Mattress contains synthetic foam and ships compressed, it’s likely to have an odor when first unpacked. This smell is likely to dissipate within a couple of days, but those who are sensitive to odors may prefer to leave their bed in a separate well-ventilated space to air out before they use it.

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Side Sleepers:
The shoulders and hips are generally wider than the rest of the body, so side sleepers frequently experience pressure buildup caused by these parts putting more force on the bed. The Juno Mattress helps alleviate pressure points by adapting to the shape of the sleeper’s body and evenly spreading their weight across the surface. A 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer provides the bulk of the cradling, while the 6-inch polyfoam core adds deeper contouring and support.

Weight plays a role in how a side sleeper will experience the Juno Mattress. Those who weigh less than 230 pounds should experience comfortable conforming and pressure relief without sinking too much and putting added strain on their spines. The Juno Mattress may be a bit soft and thin for side sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds Their hips and shoulders could overcompress the foam and reduce its pressure-relieving properties. These individuals may also find it more difficult to maintain proper spinal alignment due to excessive sinkage.

Back Sleepers:
Back sleeping keeps the spine close to its natural alignment, so most individuals who prefer this sleep position need a mattress that provides even support and maintains that alignment. The Juno Mattress’s 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer will gently cradle a back sleeper’s hips for added comfort, while its polyfoam core limits sagging to keep the spine straight.

Most back sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds are likely to rest comfortably on the Juno Mattress. Its medium firm feel balances softness and support, so individuals in this weight group should enjoy some cushioning without struggling to keep their spines aligned. However, this feel may not be supportive enough for back sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds. Their hips will likely dip too deeply into the mattress for optimal spinal alignment.

Stomach Sleepers:
Sleeping on the stomach often leads to aches and pains, and a mattress can exacerbate these issues if the sleeper’s midsection sinks too deeply. The Juno Mattress’s 2-inch polyfoam comfort layer cushions the surface without leaving a lot of space before the sleeper reaches the more supportive polyfoam core, reducing sagging around the middle of the bed.

The Juno’s medium firm feel and polyfoam construction should provide enough support to prevent stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds from sinking in excessively. Individuals who weigh between 130 and 230 pounds may notice some sagging around their hips and bellies, and this could put pressure on their spines. This is especially likely for those who carry extra weight near their midsections. Stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds could experience lumbar strain if the polyfoam bottoms out under their middles.

Under 130 lbs. 130-230 lbs. Above 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers Good Good Fair
Back Sleepers Good Good Fair
Stomach Sleepers Good Fair Poor
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Discounts and Deals


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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

  • Availability

    The Juno Mattress exclusively ships within Canada. Shoppers can buy the mattress through the GoodMorning.com website, as well as a dedicated Juno Bed website.

  • Shipping

    GoodMorning.com offers free ground shipping to all Canadian provinces and territories, but an additional shipping fee may apply for some remote locations. Most packages ship within one to four business days, but delivery could take up to seven business days for some mattress sizes.

    Depending on where they live, some customers do not need to be at home when their package arrives while others will need to sign for it.

    Each mattress is compressed, rolled, wrapped in plastic, and packaged in a box. The delivery driver will leave the mattress at your door or wherever you generally receive large packages. From there, the customer is responsible for bringing the mattress into their home, transporting it to their room of choice, unpackaging it, and setting it up.

  • Additional Services

    GoodMorning.com does not currently offer White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.

  • Sleep Trial

    Customers can try the Juno Mattress at home during its 120-night trial period. After they have tried the mattress for at least 30 nights, they can return it for a full refund if they aren’t satisfied. GoodMorning.com will arrange mattress pickup, and the discarded bed will be either donated or recycled.

    If the mattress is still in its unopened package, it can also be returned for the first 14 days without a required break-in period.

  • Warranty

    The Juno Mattress comes with a 15-year partially prorated limited warranty. Covered defects include manufacturing defects in the zipper and/or cover materials and physical flaws that lead to cracking or splitting of the foam despite proper handling. With in-home use, visible indentations over 1.5 inches are covered for the first five years and visible indentations over 2 inches are covered for the remainder of the warranty period.

    During the first five years of in-home use, GoodMorning.com will repair or replace mattresses it determines have qualifying defects at no charge to the customer. For the remainder of the warranty period, repairs and replacements will cost 75% of the original purchase price of the mattress.

    This policy applies to the original purchaser as evidenced by the sales receipt. To qualify, the law tag must be attached and the customer must have fully unpacked their mattress within two weeks of its delivery. Mattresses must be used on a proper foundation, and the owner must follow care instructions. Damage that results from abuse, misuse, or unsanitary conditions is not covered.

    Additional terms and conditions apply.

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About Our Editorial Team

Lauren Fountain

Certified Sleep Coach

Lauren is a Certified Sleep Science Coach with extensive experience researching and testing a wide variety of sleep products.

About Our Editorial Team

Lauren Fountain

Certified Sleep Coach

Lauren is a Certified Sleep Science Coach with extensive experience researching and testing a wide variety of sleep products.

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