The Saatva Solaire Mattress (starting at $1,997) has 50 firmness settings for a custom feel, excellent edge support, and does a great job of keeping you cool throughout the night.
I tested the mattress and was blown away by the level of customization so my wife and I could adjust it to our specific — and wildly different — preferences.
It’s expensive, but the price includes white-glove delivery and a 25-year limited warranty.
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One of the biggest issues with sharing a bed with a partner (aside from the fact that they always steal your blanket) is that not everyone has the same firmness preference.
For instance, if you’re a side sleeper, you might want something a little softer so you can get comfortable support around your pressure points. Meanwhile, back sleepers benefit from more firm support. Sleeping in separate beds isn’t a realistic option for most, but with an air mattress like the Saatva Solaire, you can customize each side for your specific preference.
The Solaire is an “airbed,” which is somewhat of a misnomer since it conjures up images of the flimsy air mattresses you might bring along camping. Yet, airbeds are a luxury item. They are mostly made up of the same foam layers you would expect from other bed-in-a-box styles, but the main difference is that airbeds incorporate an air pump that adjusts the pressure within the mattress to make it more or less firm. This technology was popularized in the last decade by Sleep Number.
Saatva provided me with the Solaire for free to test. I tested the King Upper Flex mattress with the
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