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As an all-foam mattress, the Puffy provides sleepers with a soft, cushiony feel. Sleepers who enjoy deeply contouring memory foam will like this mattress. Because of its memory foam comfort layer, the Puffy gives sleepers the sensation of being hugged by their mattress. People will feel like they are sleeping “in” the Puffy, rather than resting on top of it.
The top comfort layer of the Puffy is gel-infused Cooling Cloud memory foam. This layer provides cushion and cradles the body. The gel infusion is intended to help reduce the amount of heat trapped by the mattress. Memory foam commonly traps heat, which can become a problem for sleepers who tend to sleep hot. This foam is engineered to provide extra reinforcement along the edges, though some people may still notice a bit sinkage while sitting or sleeping near the perimeter.
Below the memory foam layer of the Puffy lies 2 inches of Cloud Climate transitional polyfoam. Transition layers are firmer than comfort layers, yet softer than support layers. They provide both support and cushioning. Also, transition layers allow sleepers to feel like they’re being “hugged” by the mattress without sinking into it too deeply.
Transition layers also help promote spinal alignment for side sleepers and reduce pressure points that can develop in side sleepers’ hips and shoulders. Sleepers’ hips and shoulders sink in deeper to the mattress, while the transition layer supports the midsection, so the spine remains straight. The Puffy mattress rates highly with side sleepers because of this dynamic.
The mattress also has a 6-inch base layer composed of Firm Core Support high-density polyfoam, which sits directly below the transitional layer. The polyfoam base provides support to sleepers in all sleep positions. The mattress rates 5 out of 10 on the firmness scale, which is considered a medium feel.
Sleepers who weigh up to 230 pounds feel most supported by the Puffy’s medium firmness. Back and stomach sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds also enjoy the Puffy. The medium firmness isn’t adequately supportive for most sleepers over 230 pounds.
2″ Gel-Infused Cooling Cloud Memory Foam
2″ Transition Climate Comfort Polyfoam
6″ Firm Core Support Polyfoam
The Puffy is more affordable than comparable all-foam mattresses of its quality. You can purchase the Puffy in all standard mattresses sizes: twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king. The Puffy measures 10 inches in thickness, regardless of size. All of the original Puffy mattresses are the same firmness level, which is medium, or 5 out of 10.
|Twin||39" x 75"||10"||41 lbs.||$599|
|Twin XL||39" x 80"||10"||45 lbs.||$649|
|Full||54" x 75"||10"||58 lbs.||$799|
|Queen||60" x 80"||10"||69 lbs.||$949|
|King||76" x 80"||10"||87 lbs.||$1,149|
|California King||72" x 84"||10"||87 lbs.||$1,149|
Of all sleepers, those who sleep on their sides enjoy the Puffy mattress the most. The Puffy excels at relieving pressure, which is important for side sleepers. Mattresses that are too firm or don’t cradle the body enough can fail to provide spinal alignment in side sleepers. When the spine isn’t aligned, side sleepers often experience pressure and discomfort in their shoulders and hips.
The Puffy is an especially good choice for side sleepers who weigh 230 pounds or less. They will find the medium firmness provides adequate support and spinal alignment. Heavier side sleepers, however, might need a firmer mattress.
Back sleepers that weigh under 130 pounds are the sleepers in this group most likely to find that the Puffy meets their needs. With its medium firmness level, the Puffy provides enough lumbar support for most back sleepers under 230 pounds. When a mattress doesn’t provide enough lumbar support, back sleepers might find themselves experiencing lower back discomfort or even pain.
Back sleepers weighing above 230 pounds should seek out a different mattress. The Puffy will not adequately support the majority of sleepers in this group because of its foam construction and softness. A mattress that rates 7 or even 8 out of ten on the firmness scale would be more appropriate for heavier back sleepers compared to the Puffy, which rates 6 out of 10.
Stomach sleepers as a group find the least comfort on the Puffy mattress. In general, stomach sleepers tend to prefer more supportive and responsive mattresses. Deeply contouring mattresses like the Puffy can cause stomach sleepers to sink in too far, putting uncomfortable pressure on the neck.
Some lighter stomach or combination sleepers will find comfort in the Puffy, depending on their weight and personal preference. However, the Puffy mattress is likely too soft and conforming for most stomach sleepers who weigh 130 pounds or more.
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The Puffy mattress is exclusively available for sale on the Puffy website. Puffy doesn’t have brick and mortar stores, nor do they allow third parties such as mattress stores or Amazon to sell their products.
Puffy offers free standard shipping to customers in the contiguous US. Those in Alaska and Hawaii may also purchase the mattress, but will pay a shipping fee. International shipping isn’t available.
Once ordered, a Puffy mattress ships within 1 to 3 days. The mattress is shipped compressed, rolled, sealed in plastic, and placed in a box. Customers must unbox and set up the mattress themselves as White Glove delivery and old mattress removal are not available through Puffy.
Puffy doesn’t offer any additional services with their shipping, such as White Glove delivery or old mattress removal.
Puffy offers a 101-night sleep trial on all of their mattresses. The trial comes with a required 14-night break-in period. The break-in period requires customers to try out the mattress for a longer period before initiating a return, so they have time to adjust to the mattress.
If a customer decides to return the mattress within the first 101 nights, a full refund is available. Customers do not have to pay any return shipping fees. Puffy does not keep returned mattresses. Instead, they coordinate with customers to have the returned mattress picked up so it may be donated.
The Puffy mattress comes with a lifetime warranty. If there is a defect in the mattress at any time, Puffy will repair or replace the mattress at no charge given all of their warranty conditions are met.
The mattress must have always been used on an appropriately sized bed frame to qualify for the warranty. Also, the warranty doesn’t cover damage that is the result of abuse or misuse, such as burns. Mattress indentations that are less than 1.5 inches deep are considered normal and are not covered under the warranty.
Customers may make a warranty claim through the contact form on the Puffy website. They must share order information and a photo or video of the problem with the mattress to begin the claim process.
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