Endy VS Casper Original: What’s the Difference?

No matter how many hybrid mattresses certain companies decide to launch, there are sleepers out there who will forever be fans of foam beds. Who can blame them? Foam has excellent contouring properties, and it is one of the best materials when it comes to that feeling of sleeping on a cloud. However, there’s a good way and a bad way to make a foam mattress, as not all beds are the same, so there are chances of buying one that’s wrong for you.

Today we’re shifting our attention towards two brands that have each created good memory foam mattresses. The first one is the Casper Original, with their bed which is now available in a hybrid version as well. For those who still love memory foam and wouldn’t trade it for anything else, they can always stick to the original version. The second brand on the list is the Endy, a Canadian-based company that makes a mean foam bed. We’re going to explore the construction and features of each of these two beds, so stay with us!

Endy VS Casper Original Mattress Comparison

Endy Casper Original 
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Firmness Level: 6.5 out of 10 Firmness Level: 6 out of 10

For the untrained eye, these mattresses are almost identical. I mean, what could possibly be the difference between two beds that are made entirely out of foam and polyester covers, right?

Truth is the Endy and Casper are quite different, and while they do sport similar (not identical) construction, they are suitable for different types of sleepers.

As you will learn from the following comparison, the Endy and the Casper mattresses have layers made from different types of foam, which result in different firmness levels and a feel that relies heavily on the density of the materials used and how they are distributed inside the bed.

Ultimately, there is no winner between these two beds, mostly because they address different types of sleepers. For example, the interaction between the layers and the construction of the bed make the Endy mattress very good for sleeper who weight between 130 and 230 pounds and like to sleep on the side and on their back. The Casper Original, on the other hand, is much more suitable for those who have 230 pounds or less, as it comes with a moderate firmness level and is much better off paired with lightweight sleepers.

Endy Mattress


Because the Endy mattress is dedicated to the Canadian market of sleepers, the prices are available in their currency, the Canadian Dollar. Prices start at $675 CAD for a Twin-sized bed and go all the way up to $950 CAD for a California King bed. A rough translation would be that the smallest mattress is available for a little over $493, while the largest one is about $721. That’s an extremely convenient price range.

Available Sizes

The size of your bed should always be chosen depending on how much sleeping space you need. Those who sleep alone might do just fine with a Full-sized bed, while those who share their bed with a sleeping partner need to buy at least a Queen-size mattress. The Endy mattress is available in all the standard sizes, ranging from Twin to Cal King.


Time to move on to our favorite part of mattress reviews: judging the construction. You only need to read one Endy mattress review to learn how great it is. The Endy bed is a 10-inch mattress that comes with multiple layers of foam, each with its own role to fulfill is comforting and supporting the body of the sleeper.

The cover of the mattress is made with knit polyester fabric, which is pretty much the standard choice for a memory foam bed within this price range. The cover is breathable and soft, plus you can remove it and wash it which, to be honest, is a feature that we’d like to see in more mattresses. Especially if you sweat at night.

The comfort layer consists of Endy’s proprietary foam, which is basically an open-cell structure material that’s meant to relieve pressure and allow heat to dissipate away from the body. This structure is really important in a memory foam mattress which, as you know, tends to retain heat like it’s nobody’s business.

The transition layer is made with polyfoam, which basically means some extra firmness. This is a wise move because as the comfort layer is looking to contour the body, the next layer should be firmer in order to prevent the body from sinking in the bed too deep. The last layer should always be the firmest, and Endy ends the construction with high-density polyfoam, for extra bed durability.


As far as shipping is concerned, you should know that Endy covers all 10 Canadian provinces with free shipping on all orders. Those who live in Nunavut, Northwest Territories, or Yukon will have to pay an extra shipping fee, which varies depending on your exact location.

The mattresses are shipped through FedEx, and it usually takes a couple of business days to do so from the moment you’ve placed your order. With the tracking number you’ll receive, you can monitor the status of your shipment at all times.

Where It’s Made

The mattress is made on Canadian territory, but the exact location isn’t disclosed on their website. We’re looking forward to the day Endy will decide to ship this bed internationally, as it ticks a lot of boxes on our “good memory foam bed” list.

Special Features

The Endy mattress is an all-foam bed designed for average-weight and heavyweight sleepers, as it might be a little too firm for side sleepers. It is made with a removable cover, which is definitely a plus in terms of ease of care. What makes the Endy mattress truly special is the construction-to-price proportion, as it is one of the most affordable foam mattresses we’ve ever come across (one that’s also good, as there are plenty of low quality and cheap foam mattresses out there).

Because of its construction, this mattress does a really good job at motion isolation, being a great bed for people who have a sleep partner but also for those who like a fair amount of bounce in their bed.

Firmness Level

Keep in mind that different sleepers will grade the firmness of a mattress differently. If you weight very little, you will feel it is firmer compared to someone who is overweight. As a general note, the Envy mattress has a firmness rating of about 6.5 out of 10, which makes it pretty much of a medium level. What’s important is for you to know that switching positions is made with ease, even if some might claim that the mattress is a bit soft.


The fact that you can remove the cover and wash it automatically makes it way easier to care for your Envy mattress compared to other brands of beds that require spot cleaning. As always, it’s a much better idea to buy a mattress protector in order to prolong the life of your bed.

Sleep Trial

Sleep trial is super important when you buy a mattress online. It’s basically the equivalent of return policies that you get when buying other products, only with beds, it isn’t just 30 days. The Endy mattress is accompanied by 100 nights of free sleep trial and, unlike other brands, Endy doesn’t require a break-in period before you can actually return the bed. That’s usually because foam mattresses are way faster at contouring and will quickly mold to the needs of your sleeping body.


The Endy mattress comes with a 10-year warranty, in which time the company can choose whether it will repair or replace the mattress with a brand new one. It’s important to note that people who file a warranty claim while their mattress is still in the trial period, this period will be paused until the claim is resolved, after which it will resume. Make sure that you don’t void the warranty by using the mattress directly on the floor. Endy encourages buyers to use a proper raised foundation with their new bed.

Read our review here

Casper Original Mattress


For a bed that comes in a box, the Casper Original mattress is a bit more expensive compared to the Envy. The lowest price you can expect to pay is for the Twin-size bed, which costs $895 CAD (which is the equivalent of $680 USD), while the most expensive one is the $1,495 CAD Cal King bed (roughly $1,136 USD).

Available Sizes

As with most brands out there, Casper Original has made its original mattress available in all the standard bed sizes, so you can opt between Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King beds.


Casper is not a stranger to the mail-order mattress industry. Because of that, it knows what a good foam mattress should be like and how the layers can blend together to the comfort of the sleeper. As expected, the mattress debuts with a cover that’s made from a soft polyester blend. It’s nice to see that the cover includes a zipper, which means you can remove it, wash it, and put it back on your bed.

The comfort layer of the Casper Original is made with open-cell foam that has a feel very similar to latex. That’s because the layer is cooling and has a nice bounce to it, although objectively speaking, foam isn’t as durable as latex. However, the choice of material makes it very easy for one to switch from one sleeping position to another.

Then you will find a contouring layer that’s made from memory foam. It isn’t as quick to respond to pressure as the comfort layer above it, but it does provide a nice level of contouring and pressure point relief.

The transition layer is made from foam, but it offers five different support sections. What does this mean? It means that the mattress “knows” that there are some parts of your body that require a more customized level of support than others, and by targeting those zones, you will have all your body parts cradled as they should be. Technically speaking, the mattress’ transition layer is made with two types of foam: one that is softer and another one which is firmer.

The base of the mattress is a 7.5-inch layer of high-density polyfoam, which is a very common choice for beds made entirely from foam variations. The material is dense enough to support the entire weight of the layers on top plus the weight of the sleeper.


Casper will ship its mattress to the continental US free of any charge. you can also order the Casper bed if you are from Canada, and shipping is also free except for Nunavut, Northwest Territories, or Yukon (those who order from these locations will have to pay an additional shipping fee). What’s interesting is that Casper also offers the in-home setup for deliveries to Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Montreal.

Where It’s Made

Even if Casper is a US-based company, the Essential and Original mattresses are made in Canada. However, the company has its mattresses designed by a team in California. The company’s headquarters are in New York City, but they have showrooms in plenty of locations across the US. It’s one of the most popular beds in a box brand.

Special Features

What makes the Casper Original mattress different is the zoned support it offers, thanks to the transition layer which is made from two different types of foam. In other words, the shoulder area comes with a softer version of foam, while the material is firmer in the hips area. This causes quite significant changes in how one would rate the firmness of the mattress.

Overall, the construction of this bed makes it pretty good for combo sleepers but performs really well for you if you are a back sleeper. The zoned support is basically the selling point of the bed, as it provides a balanced feel and makes you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot, mattress-wise.

Firmness Level

The thing about the Casper Original mattress is that it’s a bed that has received many different firmness ratings from several experts that have tested this bed. Truth be told, the best way to test the firmness of a mattress is to save sleepers of several weights experiment with sleeping on the bed in all three positions and then compare the feel and results of each individual test.

It is very tricky to assess the firmness of the Casper Original mattress because the foam construction feels very different depending on the type of sleeper you are. Lightweight and average-weight sleepers seem to be very comfortable on this mattress, which doesn’t do the same good job of supporting heavy sleepers. On a scale from 1 to 10, the Casper Original mattress is about a 6.


Even if the cover of the mattress is removable, buying a mattress protector is always a good option in the long run (Casper also sells a protector that’s compatible with their bed). However, if you don’t opt for a protector and decide to wash the cover, the manufacturer advises against putting it inside the washing machine, as there is the rink of the fabric shrinking if you don’t get the temperature just right. Instead, they do recommend spot cleaning the cover using a mild detergent.

Sleep Trial

Reviews of the Casper Original mattress state that it’s one of the best beds ever. Casper offers 100 nights of free sleep trial with its all-foam mattress. Just like the Envy, the Casper doesn’t require a break-in period because that’s typically how foam beds work. During your sleep trial, should you decide to return the mattress, you are eligible for a full refund, which also includes shipping fees.


a girl holding an ipad that says warrantyThe Casper Original mattress comes with a 10-year limited warranty, which is pretty much the standard offer for an all-foam bed within this price range. You will benefit from warranty coverage starting with the date of purchase. In case of any defects, Casper will be the one to decide if repairs are in order, or if they will ship a whole new bed. However, if your mattress is replaced with an upgraded model, you will have to pay a price difference.

Wrap Up

It is very clear that both these beds are a good choice for people who want an all-foam mattress. Both of these are a bed-in-a-box type of mattresses that come with different construction but are both basically good at what they do.

As always, the “right” choice between these two depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re on a strict budget and are looking to buy a good foam mattress, Endy comes at a very reasonable price. However, if you live in the US, Endy doesn’t cover international shipments, so the Casper is the only natural choice. The Endy bed is really good for heavyweight sleepers, providing plenty of support for their bodies, while the Casper Original is more suited for lightweight sleepers. Which type of sleeper are you?