Endy has revolutionized the mattress industry with its delivery of exceptional, high-quality mattresses that promise customers the best sleep experience in no time. Endy’s launch of its first mattress in 2015 set a high standard for comfort and quality, and now, the company’s new Hybrid mattress takes it to the next level by combining innerspring with their award-winning foam.

If you are looking to upgrade your sleep, look no further. Proudly Canadia-made, The Endy Hybrid is crafted with a combination of Endy’s proprietary Comfort foam and durable high carbon steel pocket coils—the combination that dreams are made of. This means that Canadians, like myself, will be enjoying extra zoned support in the areas that need it most—say goodbye to waking up sore.  

But don’t take our word for it. Let’s look at how the Endy Hybrid stacks up against some of the most popular mattresses on the Canadian market—the Kingsdown Innerspring Mattress and the Tempur-Pedic Foam Mattress.

Endy Hybrid

First, the Endy Hybrid. The Endy Hybrid is the perfect combination of comfort and support. This mattress provides the best of what a spring mattress and a foam mattress have to offer by balancing the pressure relief of foam with the supportive and responsive feel of innerspring coils. As a result, whether you sleep on your front, back, or side (like some of us) your back won’t be forced into an uncomfortable position.

Carefully crafted and engineered, the Endy Hybrid consists of five layers. 

  • The plush quilted top layer is lined with foam, so it’s ultra-comfortable and soft, making the mattress feel very luxurious to the touch.
  • The next inner layer is Endy’s proprietary Comfort foam, a highly responsive foam that is used in Endy’s original mattress and that provides medium firm support and enhanced breathability.
  • The third layer—transition foam—is designed to promote pressure relief and eliminate motion transfer for undisturbed sleep.
  • Zoned coil support in the fourth layer is created from Canadian high-carbon steel pocket coils that are supportive and durable, ensuring your lower back area gets the support it needs.
  • In the final layer, high-density support foam keeps the mattress perfectly firm and supportive for years to come.

Innerspring Mattresses

In comparison, traditional innerspring mattresses like the Kingsdown rely primarily on springs for support and comfort. Spring mattresses have withstood the test of time and are popular for their enhanced breathability and unmatched support. Unlike foam, coils allow for increased airflow to ensure you stay cool throughout the night. However, a mattress that is too firm can put pressure on your spine and cause discomfort over time. Plus, if you are sharing a bed with a spouse, pet, or child you will definitely notice movement throughout the mattress. This is because innerspring mattresses lack the shock absorbency that foam can provide.  

Memory Foam

Tempur-Pedic foam mattresses, on the other hand, are widely known for their pressure-relieving capabilities, providing extra cushioning for individuals who need it. These mattresses often feel soft to the touch but may not offer adequate back support, especially for back and stomach sleepers. Cells in foam mattresses only absorb energy directly applied to them, so they are a great option for motion isolation. No more feeling your partner toss or turn or your dog jumping into the bed. However, foam mattresses have a tendency to retain heat, which can affect the sleep quality of some individuals and make for a sweaty and uncomfortable sleep experience.

The Verdict

The Endy Hybrid Mattress takes the best features of the Kingsdown and the Tempur-Pedic, combining them to provide a balanced sleeping experience. The foam comfort layer offers pressure relief, while the pocketed coils provide support and prevent motion transfer. The mattress also features a breathable design, which helps to regulate temperature and prevent heat retention. This combination of foam and coils is a match made in heaven, ensuring that Canadians have the pressure relief they need while still receiving the support they require for a comfortable and restful sleep.

The Truth about Cost

On top of it all, a common impression is that high-quality mattresses cost upwards of $5,000- $7,000. This couldn’t be further from the truth. With brands like Endy entering the market, you can purchase a mattress that is just as good if not better for far less. Not only that, but Endy is the only mattress brand in Canada that is endorsed by the Canadian Chiropractic Association. Endy has ensured that the mattresses are safe for your home, made without fibreglass, and are GREENGUARD Gold Certified.

If you’re looking to upgrade your sleep and are looking for a mattress that has the perfect combination of balance and support, test out the Endy Hybrid with a 100-night free trial.

Learn more at endy.com