Leesa, a Virginia Beach-based online mattress startup founded in 2015, recently launched a luxury hybrid model, the Sapira mattress. The difference between Sapira and most of the competition in the compressed-in-a-box, foam mattress game? The Sapira has springs. Leesa saw that the all-foam offerings missed the 70 percent of mattress shoppers who still prefer a mattress with springs, and so the hybrid was born.
Sapira combines cooling and pressure-relieving memory foam layers with over 1,000 individually wrapped pocket spring coils, for unparalleled support and virtually zero motion transfer. Better yet, these coils extend all the way to the mattress’s edge — which means no slouching sides.
The mattress boasts great design and engineering, and it also arrives to your doorstep at an incredibly reasonable starting cost of just $825, after a $150 Gear Patrol Discount — or you can finance your Sapira for a year at 0% interest. From ordering online to unboxing, the entire experience is simple and straightforward. Other incentives include Leesa’s free shipping (and returns, if needed), a 100-night in-home trial, and its “One-Ten” social impact program, where one mattress is donated to a local homeless shelter for every 10 sold. All that good news is enough to put a restless mind to, well, sleep.