Endy Mattress Unboxing

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I will be performing a review on the Endy mattress, a bed in a box mattress manufactured and shipped from Canada. Endy is the first mattress I get to take a look at that is produced outside the United States, so I am excited to see what it has to offer. The Endy arrives compressed in a box, so the first step is getting it set up and letting it decompress.

Initial Thoughts

  • Memory Foam Feel: The comfort layer of the Endy consists of 2 inches of gel infused memory foam. This layer provides the classic memory foam feel of sinking into the mattress and a bit of contouring to the body.
  • Side Sleepers: I find the Endy to be a bit on the soft side, which allowed me to sink into the mattress a bit. This helps with pressure relief, something that side sleepers need to be aware of as firmer mattresses can cause pressure points to form at the hips and shoulders.
  • Sleeps Cool: The cover is thin and breathable to allow better airflow through the mattress for temperature regulation. The Comfort layer uses gel memory foam, which is a material known for its cooling properties.
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Logan Block

Logan Block

Logan is the Director of Content at Sleepopolis and the main mattress man around these parts. A Buffalo native, Logan spent several years working in project management in both Boston and New York City. In his free time Logan likes walking his dog, lifting weights, and searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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