One of the perks of Sally getting older is that Johnny and I actually sleep through the night uninterrupted these days — usually. There was a time when I couldn’t remember what that felt like, and I was convinced I’d never again know. But as many wise mommy sages have told me, “It’s just a stage.” And it’s true, and those sleepless nights are but a distant memory. So now that Johnny and I are actually getting sleep, we wanted to focus more on improving our sleep, which meant looking into new mattresses. We’d budgeted in the cost of a new mattress for our expenses this year, but we recently had the opportunity to try out the Ten mattress by Tuft & Needle.
When it comes to splurge-worthy products, Johnny and I are more open to splurging on an item that we use every single day. Especially when, on a good night, we’re spending six or seven hours on it. But what’s even more ideal is when a product is both made in the USA and a great deal. And that’s exactly what the Tuft & Needle mattress is.
A few other fun facts we love about Tuft & Needle:
- The prices of their mattresses are very reasonable because they cut out the middleman.
- The Ten has a 4.5 star review on Amazon, and it’s no secret how Johnny and I feel about Amazon reviews.
- For every 100 mattresses sold, they give away 1 mattress to a foster child in need of a bed.
- They offer a 100-night trial (!). If you aren’t satisfied, they’ll arrange for the mattress to be returned for free, no questions asked.
- Their customer service is on a Zappos-like level. They send personal emails during the whole order process. And after you receive your mattress, they genuinely want to know how you like it. A+ on looking out for the consumer!
We’ve really loved the mattress, and as you can see, so has Sally. It’s provided for a great night’s sleep! We’re excited for another American-made product we can get behind!
*Heads Up/Disclosure: Tuft & Needle was kind enough to provide the mattress, but we weren’t compensated to do this post. All opinions came straight from our own noggins, not some robot’s.