Leesa’s more affordable Studio mattress has surprisingly impressive motion isolation and pressure-relieving comfort for side sleepers like me
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- Mattress startup Leesa has released a new mattress at a more budget-friendly price.
- Studio by Leesa is an all-foam mattress with three layers of breathable support and comes in the full spectrum of sizes from Twin ($599) to California King ($999).
- The mattress is also discounted by $100 right now, making it even easier on your wallet.
- See how the Studio stacks up with Leesa’s existing mattresses, the Original, Hyrbid, and Legend.
- Read more: The best mattresses you can buy
Mattress startup Leesa has introduced a new foam mattress that starts at $599 for a Twin and tops out at $999 for a California King.
Leesa launched in 2015 and has quickly emerged as one of our favorite mattress startups. The Leesa Hybrid tops our buying guide to the best mattress, but it’s definitely not a cheap investment. Five years later, the company has introduced a more affordable option to its regular lineup. Dubbed the Studio by Leesa, this new mattress boasts a high-quality sleep experience at a wallet-friendly price.
We’ll be testing this soon but in the meantime, here’s your first look at Studio by Leesa and how it compares to other Leesa mattresses.
The Studio by Leesa offers three layers of memory foam that support your body and relieve pressure on joints, particularly around the hip and shoulders. The Studio is CertiPUR-US- certified, meaning it’s made without ozone-depleting chemicals.
The mattress is rated well for all types of sleepers and has a medium firmness.
Prices start at $599 for a Twin and go up to $999 for the largest offering, a California King. It’s the brand’s least expensive mattress, even at $999 for a California King. Currently, all Studio mattresses are discounted by $100, making them even more budget-friendly.
How Studio compares to other Leesa mattresses:
All prices noted for Queen mattress.
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