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Ottawa, ON

Best bed so far

I have waited almost 2 years to write this review. We looked into the Fleep mattress and like that we could flip it over and not just rotate it and that we had an option of a softer side and a firmer side. We chose to get two twins and push them together to make a king so we could each decide what comfort level we wanted. Turns out we both liked the softer side, which isn’t super soft it is just less firm than the firm side. Recently we thought what the heck let’s flip it over and try the firm side and we both like that also. When I sleep in the centre of the bed I only feel the separation of the mattresses for a few seconds and then you don’t notice it. Both my husband and I can now get up without aching back. Both sides of this mattress works for us. I’ve recommended this mattress to a few people and as far as I know everyone is very happy with it.

Hamilton, Ontario

Very happy with my Fleeps!

We recently replaced our old sagging pocket coil king size bed with an adjustable base, topped with 2 Fleep Twin XL mattresses. I found the Fleep soft side very very comfortable, but after a few nights, the troublesome discs in my back started acting up a bit, so I flipped to the firm side. I’ve never slept better or woken up with so little aching. HB loves the soft side, so the 2x twin XL solution works perfectly for us. I’m not associated with Fleep in any way, nor do I have any vested interest in reviewing here—I’m just really happy with these mattresses.

Bedford Southeast, NS

Far exceeded my expectations

I chose Fleep because it is Canadian. I did a lot of research, and I have to say this bed is outstanding. I thought I liked a hard bed, but it turns out I like the soft side. This is what makes Fleep so great—it’s really easy to change the type of bed just by flipping it over! Fleep’s customer service is outstanding. I left a voicemail and they called me back the next business day. I would highly recommend Fleep and this great quality product to anyone.

Montreal, QC

Very pleased with Fleep after trying other options

We are very pleased with our Fleep mattress. After realizing latex is not for us (motion transfer issues and bounce), we tried a Casper mattress. The Casper felt good in the store, but there is no substitute for sleeping in a bed overnight for a few nights. The Casper turned out to be too soft for our tastes. We might have lived with it if it were not also noticeably smaller than a standard queen size. That meant there were 1-2 inch gaps between the edge of the mattress and the sides of our platform bed. With edges that were already soft, it meant the mattress felt like a full size instead of a queen.

I had some ordering issues with Fleep’s website, but they were quickly and correctly handled through their support services, which gets good marks, too.

The Fleep “fixed” all the problems for us. We tried both sides. The soft was similar to the Casper, but the firm felt just right for us. And the mattress is a true queen size, which fits our bed (and our lives!) much better.

Toronto, ON

Just right for me

I’ve waited a full month to give an honest review of the bed. As you can see by the rating I think quite highly of it.

I sleep on the firm side, and it’s got just the right amount of give vs. support to make me comfortable both when I lie down, AND when I wake up (an important differentiator in my opinion).

I actually tried a few others before landing on Fleep and taking a chance (thinking with two sides I’d have twice the chance of being comfortable) and took to the firm side immediately.

I had previously tried:

Endy (WAYYY too soft – felt like I was in quicksand and woke up in agony)
Polysleep – Firm, but the ‘comfort layer’ wasn’t dense enough, and the support layer was TOO stiff, so I’d immediately sink down the 2″ of comfort layer and come to rest on a very stiff support layer.
Silk n’ Snow: The best of these three, the mattress oozed quality in its material, and if not for some slight discomfort in the morning (lying down in it was heavenly) I would have kept it (it was more of a medium feel, but I learned through this process that my back requires a firm mattress)

Finally I settled on the Fleep. Unlike the Endy it was firm, and unlike the Polysleep it was firm without feeling *stiff* – the comfort and support layers work together here in harmony and really complement eachother (and thus my sleep).

Your mileage may vary, and as I said It was a TOUGH call to let go of the Silk and Snow (again I loved it, and the quality of workmanship was in my opinion the best of the bunch – but my back sucks), but for me the Fleep is just right!

Angus, On

Wish we had bought one 10 years ago.

We got our new mattress very quickly, read the instructions, we let it air 24 hours, we had detected no order anyways. Then we tried the firmer side first for about 10 days, and then decided to flip it and try softer side. In our case we prefer the soft side. We both are getting better sleep and we don’t feel each our moving around on the bed at night, it’s GREAT!!

In our case we used the box spring bottom for the mattress, but we bought a 4×8 piece of plywood, 5/8″ ,good on one side. Had the hardware make 2 cuts of the board to make it fit the top of the box spring exactly, and then we put the Fleep mattress on it and this works perfectly and gives the mattress the solid base that is required. Also safed us a few bucks so we did not have to buy a new base.

We are glad we could find a well made Canadian product, after looking at the American ones that are advertised everywhere. The only complaint/ recommendation we suggest that Fleep advertise much more than you do now as we only came by the Fleep name and ad by accident. The USA mattress ad’s are everywhere.

You have a great product, put the ads out there Fleep.

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