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[Silk + Snow] Silk + Snow Memory Foam Mattress - $100 Off

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Silk + Snow Memory Foam Mattress - $100 Off

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After a lot of research on the online mattresses that ship in Canada, I decided on the Silk + Snow. It has been receiving some very good reviews on a number of review sites and rated higher than some some of the online mattresses such as the Casper and Leesa that are available in Canada. I like the fact that they are Canadian and recently launched as a successfully Kickstarter campaign.

Reviews here:

http://sleepscouts.com/silk-snow-mattress-review/
https://sleepsherpa.com/silk-snow-mattress-review/
http://realmattressreviews.com/silk-and ... ss-review/
https://oursleepguide.com/silk-snow-mattress-review/
http://strivehere.com/silk-and-snow-mattress-review/
Last edited by MrCheep on Aug 14th, 2017 4:09 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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seems a bit pricey compared to other memory foam mattresses even with the discount.

are these firm or soft? couldn't find it on product description page.
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moufasa wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:16 pm
seems a bit pricey compared to other memory foam mattresses even with the discount.

are these firm or soft? couldn't find it on product description page.
I would say it's a medium firm. I tried the Leesa and Casper and felt they were a little firmer.... however, i thought it didn't feel as supportive. It could be that i'm not a very big fan of the responsive feel of the mattress... just didn't feel like you get the same pressure relief.
Shuaisui wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:18 pm
https://zzaksleep.com/
A lot of new start ups how would they compare
Yeah, I agree. My only issue is that there aren't a lot of reviews out for a lot of the newer companies and when you're buying online, it's hard to figure out if it's a good fit without some additional information.
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MrCheep wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:27 pm
I would say it's a medium firm. I tried the Leesa and Casper and felt they were a little firmer.... however, i thought it didn't feel as supportive. It could be that i'm not a very big fan of the responsive feel of the mattress... just didn't feel like you get the same pressure relief.



Yeah, I agree. My only issue is that there aren't a lot of reviews out for a lot of the newer companies and when you're buying online, it's hard to figure out if it's a good fit without some additional information.
thanks for the info, i guess i'm just better off buying from costco, seems like less hassle anyways.
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I bought a S&S during the kickstarter campaign. Personally I was comparing casper/endy/S&S and the reason I picked it is it looked better made. I dunno I have a friend that has an endy and it felt well... canvasy. The S&S is plush, maybe they put more in it. It's probably love. They put more love in it.

Either way, happy with my purchase. I'd go with S&S again.
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MrCheep wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:09 pm
After a lot of research on the online mattresses that ship in Canada, I decided on the Silk + Snow. It has been receiving some very good reviews on a number of review sites and rated higher than some some of the online mattresses such as the Casper and Leesa that are available in Canada. I like the fact that they are Canadian and recently launched as a successfully Kickstarter campaign.

Reviews here:

https://sleepsherpa.com/silk-snow-mattress-review/
http://realmattressreviews.com/silk-and ... ss-review/
https://oursleepguide.com/silk-snow-mattress-review/
Just wondering how you know they are a Canadian company. From their product page, the specifications say that the fabric is made in Montreal, the foam from North American sources and the crafting and finishing in the Massachusetts, US. The sleep sherpa says they are Canadian, but not sure if they are basing that on the product page where the first part mentions that the fabric is made in Montreal, Canada.

No where in their our story or kickstarter can I find that they are a Canadian company. They just refer to themselves as North American, and they ship directly out of Boston for US orders and Toronto for Canadian orders.
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canukeneh wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:59 pm
Just wondering how you know they are a Canadian company.
I just assumed they were Canadian as the Kickstarter project shows that it was designed in Toronto, Canada. Also when they shipped it to me, it was shipped from Ontario.
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Shuaisui wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:18 pm
https://zzaksleep.com/
A lot of new start ups how would they compare
I'm in the market for a King sized mattress in a box.
Comparing this ZZAK Sleep to Endy/Casper, it seems they are the same on paper, except that the ZZAK is much more affordable at $570 (website says it's currently on sale).
ENDY is $950, but there's a $50 coupon code that seems to be pretty standard.
CASPER is $1275

Anyone have experience with ZZAK? The first post on their Instagram page was from May 2017 so I'm thinking they must be very new.
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I have posted about this before, but generally you get what you pay for these mattresses. Almost none of these startups actually make their own. They have some random foam plant somewhere cranking them out and they basically just re-brand and repackage. That's why if you look carefully most of these companies won't even tell you what your mattress actually is, they will use lots of marketing words and pretty pictures and that's it. Imagine buying a car without knowing how fast it goes or the features, but that "it is one of the fastest" and "ultra luxurious" etc...

I compared some of the more well known brands, you can see my previous post here:
leesa-memory-foam-mattress-w-100-discou ... #p25058221

Since that post, and with some new products being released I think the average person is best off at Costco or Ikea - at least you know you will get huge economies of scale with both companies. The latter is probably the best since you can just go to the store and lie on it for 30 minutes to get a sense if it is your style.
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The list of Canadian online mattresses with Canadian level pricing looks like:

Endy, Douglas (by novosbed), zzak sleep, Endy, Fleep, Polysleep, Hamuq.

Then structube and sears and many others also have mattresses in a box with similar refund policies. Of the above, structube and Hamuq are pocket coil mattresses.

About a couple months ago, the zzaksleep site was a WordPress site with broken buttons. So I'm glad they fixed it now.

Also, I've heard that Casper has been suing reviewers as has Purple.
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My parents are looking for a queen and came across the specs on the Silk & Snow website
In case 2" Ultra-Dense 4 lbs Supportive Memory Foam
2" Ultra-Dense 2.7 lbs Responsive Memory Foam
6" Premium 1.8 lbs Support Foam
Polyester/Spandex/Silver Infused Zipper Cover
The specs seem better than Endy and comparable to Casper https://sleepopolis.com/mattress-review ... ss-review/

As far as pricing goes a queen is $950 from Silk & Snow... $850 from Endy.. and $1,175 from Casper.

Seems like Silk & Snow is the way to go...
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Is it worth $125 more than Endy's cali king? =/

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