Casper Mattress vs Eve Mattress

Hey guys! Kylie here! Today I have a post for those of you still in search of the perfect mattress. Read on to get the details on how the Casper mattress compares to the Eve mattress! By the end of this article, hopefully you will be one step closer to finding the mattress that is “just right” like our friend Goldilocks. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Short on time? Glance over the chart below for a quick comparison.

Both mattresses were tightly packed and delivered right to our door! I did, however, help the UPS man carry the Eve mattress up to the 3rd floor. The nice guy was by himself. Carrying a 100 plus pound mattress in an awkward shaped box up 2 flights of stairs solo just wasn’t going to happen. After conquering one flight of stairs, this girl needed a break to reposition and gear up for flight number 2. Lucky for me, my sister was in town and graciously took over to get the mattress to the top floor!

Unboxing both the Casper and the Eve was simple and actually quite fun! It is so neat to watch a mattress take shape after unwrapping the mass found inside the shipping box.

Let’s dive right into the details!

Mattress Cover

The Casper’s inner cover is like a fitted bottom sheet as it covers the top and sides of the mattress, cupping around the bottom edges without covering the entire thing. See the bottom of the mattress in the photo below.

The Eve does not have an inner cover. The following photo also shows the bottom of the mattress.

Air Flow
The Casper has holes drilled into the top layer to aide with air flow. Although the Eve does not have holes in the top layer, we have not found it to sleep hotter than the Casper.

Foam Layers
Check out the foam layers of each mattress:

The Casper is made up of 7″ of dense base foam, 1.5″ of 4 pound high density memory foam, and 1.5″ of dunlop latex foam. The photo shows that the total foam height 1 hour after unboxing is roughly 9.25″.

18cm(7″) of high density base foam, 3cm(1.2″) of highly breathable responsive foam, and 4cm(1.6″) of new generation memory foam (combining properties of latex and memory foam) are layered together to create the Eve. The Eve mattress was also approximately 9.25″ 1 hour after unboxing.

Let’s get technical to compare the feel of the Casper and the Eve. Justin used both of our bodyweights and a level to determine the level of sinkage on both mattresses.
Check out the results below:

  • Kylie’s bodyweight- the Casper sank 1/2″ further
  • Justin’s bodyweight- the Casper sank 1/8″ further

I, Kylie, find both mattress to be comfortable. I like how the top layers of the Casper and the Eve rise up to support my lower back and make me feel like I am sleeping on a cloud while still providing the firmness I desire. Although Justin sleeps well on the Casper, he prefers the feel of the Eve. He appreciates that the Eve mattress provides support while also creating the feeling that he is sleeping on a cloud like surface. When sleeping on the Casper mattress, Justin feels like he sinks right through the top cloud like layer, giving the Casper a very firm and less supportive feel.

It is common knowledge that foam mattresses often come with an odor. The odor that was apparent after unboxing the Casper mattress quickly dissipated within the first week of sleeping on the mattress. The Eve mattress had a stronger initial odor than the Casper mattress and is barely noticeable after 2 weeks out of the box.

Motion Transfer
The amount of motion transfer in a bed can be a very important selling point. Especially when sleeping with a partner or a furry friend. ๐Ÿ™‚ Both the Casper and the Eve are good choices for little motion transfer when rolling over or readjusting. That being said, Justin and I took things to the next level with a fall test. Although many of us don’t forcefully catapult ourselves down on our beds while sleeping, the results from the fall test give us a good idea of just how much motion transfer we can expect to feel under extreme circumstances. ๐Ÿ˜‰ The Casper has a bit more motion transfer than the Eve when a 185 pound man throws himself onto the bed.

While the Casper and the Eve have many similarities, they also have quite a few differences. Hopefully our article answered some of your questions. If not, please feel free to reach out to us and we will do our best to help! Do you have experience with the Casper mattress or the Eve mattress? If so, we would love to hear your opinion below! ๐Ÿ™‚

Promo Codes
If you have made up your mind and are ready to buy, feel free to use one of our discount codes below. You get $50-$100 off your mattress purchase and we also get $50. Two wins!

$50 OFF Casper Promo Code:

Note: Please do not feel obligated to use one of our discount codes but for those of you that do, we are appreciative. ๐Ÿ™‚

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8 Responses to “Casper Mattress vs Eve Mattress

  • Some truly interesting details you have written.Helped me
    a lot, just what I was looking for :D.

    • Hello Celina,

      So happy to hear that you found our mattress comparison helpful. Thanks for reaching out. ๐Ÿ™‚ Have a wonderful day!


  • All yo images are broke son, why on earth wouldn’t you just host them yourself? Either way that sucks, might wanna look into flickr. it’s what playstation’s blog does.

    • Gah, I know! Photobucket changed their policies… total bummer. Thank you for letting me know and for the Flickr suggestion! I am in the process of fixing things.

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