Overview

The Tuck mattress was launched in 2017 and features a hybrid design with innerspring coils and a combination of latex, memory foam, and microcoils in the comfort layer.

Some of the key strengths of the Tuck mattress include:

  • Customized feel: when you order a mattress from Tuck, the company has you take a 2-3 minute sleep quiz. Based on the results of this quiz, the exact composition of the mattress is adjusted in order to provide the most tailored mattress to each customer.
  • Latex and memory foam in the comfort layer: a combination of both of these two types of foam in the comfort layer can provide a unique mix of resiliency, bounce, and contouring support.

Potential drawbacks for the Tuck mattress include:

  • Limited track record: the Tuck mattress has not been on the market for very long, and there is a lack of verified reviews that address the overall performance or durability of the mattress.

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Tuck Mattress Pricing

The Tuck mattress is offered in 6 different sizes. Prices are the same for each customized version of the mattress. Prices for each size are listed below.

Mattress Size Standard Price
Twin $600
Twin XL $725
Full $850
Queen $990
King $1,200
California King $1,200

About the Tuck Mattress

Tuck Mattress Specifications

The Tuck mattress has 6 different layers that may be involved in the construction of the mattress. When you place your order, you take a sleep test that evaluates what type of feel may be best for you. The outcome of the sleep quiz allows the company to determine the exact composition of the different layers and their relative thickness for each mattress that is sold.

An overview of the different layers is listed below:

  • Copper-infused gel memory foam with a density of 3.5 PCF and IFD of 5-15.
  • Dunlop latex with a density of 3 PCF and IFD of 6.5-15.5.
  • 1,386 fabric-encased micro-coils.
  • 6” fabric-encased pocketed coil support core – In the queen mattress, there are 1,037 coils. Higher-gauge coils (called Quantum Edge) are employed around the exterior of the mattress.
  • Transition polyfoam with a density of 1.8 PCF and IFD of 22-38.
  • Support polyfoam with a density of 1.8 PCF and an IFD of 41-62.

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Where It’s Made

The Tuck mattress is manufactured in the USA.

Buying Logistics

Where To Buy

The Tuck mattress is available online directly through the company’s website.

Sleep Trial / Refunds

Tuck offers an extended sleep trial of 145 days. They request that you try the mattress for 30 nights before initiating a return. During the trial period, if you decide that you are not satisfied with the mattress, you can donate it to a local charity. If you show the donation receipt to Tuck, they will provide a full refund. Alternatively, if you cannot find a local charity to whom you can donate the mattress, Tuck will work to coordinate pickup of the mattress for donation.

Delivery

Delivery of the Tuck mattress is free within the United States. The mattress is constructed upon order, with the customization process taking roughly five business days.  The mattress is then shipped via UPS.

There is no setup or installation involved in delivery of the mattress. Instead, the mattress is compressed and sealed in plastic packaging and then shipped to your doorstep in a box. Once you remove the mattress from the packaging, it decompresses. It should reach its full size and firmness within a few hours.

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Warranty

The Tuck mattress comes with a warranty that lasts 11 years, 1 month, and 1 day. During this warranty period, the company will repair or replace any mattress with defects in materials or workmanship. You can review the full warranty terms at https://www.trytuck.com/warranty/.

Customer Service

The Tuck mattress has not been on the market long enough in order to have had an opportunity to truly evaluate the company’s level of customer service. Indications are that Tuck — like most direct-to-consumer mattress companies — is taking a strong customer orientation and focus on customer satisfaction. The company does not have a rating from the Better Business Bureau.

Mattress Performance

The Tuck mattress is a hybrid that includes many different materials. It includes support and transition foams, innerspring coils, microcoils, latex, and memory foam.

In general, hybrid mattresses can deliver a very high level of performance. The Tuck mattress is built with solid materials, and it’s overall design points toward a mattress that should offer a strong combination of comfort and support. The customization based on results of a sleep quiz may further enhance these benefits.

Support

In using both support foams and innerspring coils, the Tuck mattress has the type of base that can be expected to offer a great deal of supportiveness. These solid base layers can help ensure that the mattress feels solid and does not have weak points. The use of microcoils, latex, and/or memory foam in the comfort layers (depending on the sleep quiz results) can further the overall support level of the mattress. Memory foam, which forms the top layer, is especially effective at responding to pressure points and contouring to adjust to sleeper’s body.

In addition, the company strengthened the innerspring coils around the exterior of the mattress, which should improve edge support relative to many other mattresses on the market.

Durability

Based on the materials that are included in the Tuck mattress, we have strong reason to believe that it will hold up well with time and with regular use. Each of the foams meets or exceeds our minimum standards for density, and the innerspring coils and microcoils also appear to be built with quality materials.

Firmness

The Tuck mattress is customized for each individual order based on the results of a sleep quiz on the company’s website. As a result, the exact firmness level can vary, but in general, the Tuck mattress can be expected to fall between a 5-7 on the typical firmness scale.

Motion Transfer

The top layer of the Tuck mattress uses memory foam, which generally has the best motion isolation properties of any type of comfort layer. Part of the sleep quiz for customization also includes an evaluation of how sensitive the customer is to motion, and the mattress can be adjusted accordingly. As a result, we do not expect most sleepers to have any issues with motion transfer on the Tuck mattress.

Offgassing

New mattress smells are most common when a mattress has been compressed for shipping; however, the Tuck mattress does not have a huge amount of memory foam, which is usually the culprit for the most odorous mattresses.

Sleeping Hot

Most customers do not find that hybrid mattresses like the Tuck sleep hot. This is because the innerspring core helps to prevent a person from sinking into the mattress. The latex in the comfort layer can add resiliency that also prevents this type of sinking. The memory foam in the top comfort layer uses copper-infused gel memory foam. Many customers find this type of foam helps keep them cool, although reviews overall are mixed about its effect.

Also, part of the customization quiz for each mattress involves assessing a customer’s typical sleep temperature and then making adjustments to try to prevent any excess heat retention issues.

Intimacy

There are numerous design elements in the Tuck mattress — innerspring coils, microcoils, and a latex layer — that can all be expected to deliver enough resilience and bounce to facilitate sex. While there are not enough verified reviews to address this conclusively, we do not expect most customers to have any issues with the Tuck mattress interfering with sex.

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Mattress Comparison

The table below provides a comparison of some mattresses with similarities to the Tuck mattress in terms of construction and feel.

Brand Mattress Type Support Layer Comfort Layer Price (Queen) Where to Buy
Tuck Hybrid Pocketed coils + microcoils Memory foam + Latex $990 Online (direct)
Aviya Hybrid Pocketed coils Foam $999 Online (direct), Amazon
Nest Alexander Signature Hybrid Hybrid Pocketed coils Memory Foam $1,199 Online + some showrooms
Saatva Innerspring Hourglass coils Coils + Foam $999 Online only
WinkBed Hybrid Pocketed coils Coils + Foam $1,299 Online + 1 showroom
Sapira Hybrid Pocketed coils Memory Foam $1,475 Online only

Additional Resources

Because Tuck is still relatively new to the market, there is limited news coverage of the company. For helpful resources in buying your mattress, check out the following articles on our site: