A Chicago-area couple in their 30s tested the T&F Mint Hybrid Mattress for three months and shared their review with us. Here's what they said.
When we moved into our new home, we decided it was time to upgrade from a queen to a king-size mattress. This my husband and I could agree on. But everything else was a negotiation. For one, my husband was VERY suspicious of any mattress that came in a box. In fact, he swore he would never get one. Then there's our preferences. I like a softer-cushioned mattress, my husband prefers one that is very firm. And then, of course, there's the cost. I tend to think less about it while my husband loses sleep over pennies. So, even though it came in a box, based on price and firmness, the Tuft & Needle Mint Hybrid mattress (
$2,095; $1,676), seemed like a good compromise for us.