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Endy Mattress Review:
A Comfy Choice for Canadian Sleepers


Written by Katie Kottemann

Reviewed by Dr. Michael Breus

Expert Tested

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Mattress Review

Endy Mattress


  • Type: Foam

  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6)

  • Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

  • Price Range: CA$675 – CA$995

  • Warranty: 15 Year, Limited


  • Very good motion isolation and pressure relief are ideal for couples and those with body aches
  • Removable and machine-washable cover for easy maintenance
  • Reasonable price-point for shoppers on a budget


  • Not a good fit for sleepers over 230 pounds and most stomach sleepers
  • May retain too much heat for hot sleepers
  • Availability is limited to Canada

Sleep Doctor’s Take: Endy Mattress

The Endy Mattress is an all-foam bed that balances cushioning and stable support. Its combination of plush and high-density polyfoams provides pressure relief and motion isolation that is well suited for couples. The polyester and spandex cover is removable and machine-washable to help keep the mattress clean. This mattress ships only to Canada.

Endy Mattress: An Introduction

Endy is a mattress company that manufactures and sells mattresses exclusively in Canada. The company currently offers two mattresses, the Endy Mattress and the Endy Hybrid. The brand also sells other products including bed frames, pillows, bedding, and decor.

The flagship Endy Mattress is the brand’s all-foam model. It includes three layers of polyfoam and a removable cover. The Endy Hybrid is made with both polyfoam and pocketed coils for a more responsive feel.

We’ll explore some key features about the Endy Mattress, including specifications, construction, and price. We’ll also provide our testing team’s findings across several performance categories.

How We Review

Each mattress we review undergoes extensive testing by our in-house team. Our testers employ a rigorous testing methodology to understand each bed and provide accurate assessments. We report the results of this testing to help you choose the best mattress

What’s It Like to Sleep on the Endy Mattress?

The Endy Mattress offers a stable sleep surface that balances pressure relief and sturdy support. The top layer of open-cell polyfoam absorbs motion well, making the bed an ideal choice for co-sleepers who wake each other up with movements at night. The open-cell structure of the foam helps reduce heat retention.

Our testing showed that this mattress feels comfortable for a wide variety of sleepers. In particular, it performed best for those under 130 pounds regardless of sleep position. It’s also well suited for side and back sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds. 

We’ll cover the bed’s pros and cons and provide the results of our extensive mattress testing.

Endy Mattress Pros and Cons


  • Polyfoam layers promote motion isolation
  • Balance of pressure relief and responsiveness
  • Ideal for side sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds


  • Not firm enough for sleepers over 230 pounds
  • All-foam construction may sag along the edges
  • Foam may retain too much heat for some hot sleepers

Sleeping Positions, Body Weight, and Firmness

Because your body weight and sleep position help determine which mattress firmness suits you best, our testing team includes people with various body sizes and sleep positions. This helps ensure that we’re providing you with the most accurate and balanced ratings. 

Our testers rated the Endy Mattress as medium firm, which is a 6 on our 10-point firmness scale. This means the mattress is on the firmer side but still offers plenty of plushness.

Our testing revealed that the Endy Mattress works best for sleepers under 130 pounds and side and back sleepers up to 230 pounds. Our team found it too soft for sleepers over 230 pounds, a group that generally requires a firmer bed for proper support.

Endy Mattress Sleeper Ratings

Under 130 lbs.130-230 lbs.Over 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers3/55/52/5
Back Sleepers3/53/52/5
Stomach Sleepers3/52/52/5

Side Sleepers

Though the Endy Mattress worked well for side sleepers under 230 pounds on our team, those between 130 and 230 pounds found the best combination of support and cushioning. Side sleepers need a mattress that allows the shoulders and hips to sink slightly while keeping the spine aligned. This bed’s polyfoam comfort system offers just enough sink to relieve pressure points.

Back Sleepers

Back sleepers usually require a mattress that gently conforms to the spine while supporting the lumbar region to ensure proper spinal alignment. Back-sleeping testers under 230 pounds felt adequately supported by the Endy Mattress, while those over 230 pounds reported that their midsection sank too deeply.

Stomach Sleepers

Stomach sleepers need a supportive mattress that keeps the spine in alignment by preventing the midsection from sinking excessively. Most of our stomach-sleeping testers preferred a firmer bed, though testers under 130 pounds found sufficient support from the Endy Mattress.

Our Performance Ratings

Our testers evaluated the Endy Mattress across several performance categories. They rated the bed using our 5-point scale, with 1 for poor and 5 for excellent.

Pressure Relief

Rating: 4/5

Our testing team found that the Endy Mattress provides a high level of pressure relief. The polyfoam layers offer a balance of responsiveness and contouring, which helps reduce pressure points while still keeping the spine aligned. Sleepers over 230 pounds found the mattress too soft for adequate pressure relief.

Temperature Neutrality

Rating: 3/5

The Endy Mattress regulates temperature well for an all-foam bed. Foam tends to trap body heat, making many foam beds uncomfortable for hot sleepers, but the open-cell design in the top polyfoam layer helps increase breathability and airflow. While the Endy sleeps somewhat cooler than a typical foam bed, hot sleepers may still experience some heat buildup.

Motion Isolation

Rating: 4/5

Foam excels at absorbing motion, so the Endy earned high marks in this category. Our testers found that the bed isolates most motion, reducing the likelihood that your movements will be felt on the other side of the bed. This makes the Endy a good choice for couples who may otherwise be disturbed by one another’s movements. 

Edge Support

Rating: 3/5

Foam beds are designed to compress under body weight, which sometimes translates to soft edges that sag under pressure. Poor edge support can be a challenge for those who like to sleep or sit near the perimeter of the bed. We found that the Endy Mattress offers a decent amount of edge support. The medium firm feel and 5-inch layer of high-density polyfoam in the support core helped prevent excessive sagging. 


Rating: 3/5

The average all-foam bed lasts for six to seven years before needing to be replaced. Our testers estimate that the Endy Mattress will achieve this average lifespan. The durable polyfoams should resist premature wear and tear. This estimate is based on proper use and care, which according to Endy’s recommendations includes rotating the mattress at least every six months and making sure that the foam is not exposed to moisture.

Ease of Movement

Rating: 3/5

Our testers found that changing positions and getting in and out of the Endy Mattress is relatively easy. We didn’t experience the deep sink that we sometimes feel in softer foam models, and the polyfoam  offers moderate responsiveness. That said, compression along the edges may pose a challenge for those with mobility issues. Sleepers over 230 pounds may also notice some inhibited movement along the surface, since their bodies will sink deeper into the bed. 


Rating: 2/5

While the Endy Mattress is well suited for couples because of its impressive motion isolation, it may not be ideal for sex. The bed’s all-foam construction might lead to one or both partners overheating, and the moderate edge support can make it challenging to use the bed’s entire surface.


Rating: 3/5

Foam mattresses release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) when unboxed. While these are not generally considered harmful, they may produce a strong odor. Our testers noticed that the Endy Mattress released a moderate amount of off-gassing, which is typical for an all-foam bed. The smell should dissipate within a few days, especially if you place it in a well-ventilated room.

What Is the Endy Mattress Made Of?

The Endy Mattress features a polyester and spandex cover that is removable and machine-washable. The bed contains three polyfoam layers of varying densities that provide an even mix of cushioning and support. 

The comfort system includes an initial layer of open-cell polyfoam, which gives the bed’s surface a plush feel. The next layer is comprised of a firmer high-density polyfoam, which helps give the bed its overall medium firm feel.

The support core contains 5 inches of high-density polyfoam. This sturdy foundation facilitates healthy spinal alignment by preventing the comfort foams from sagging too deeply.

All foams used in the Endy Mattress carry GREENGUARD Gold and CertiPUR-US certifications, indicating that the mattress has met strict standards for the presence of harmful chemicals.

Endy Mattress Layers

Endy Mattress Construction Layers

Mattress Construction LayersDetails
Cover MaterialQuilted Polyester and Spandex
Comfort Layers2” Open-Cell Polyfoam
3” High-Density Transitional Polyfoam
Support Core5” High-Density Polyfoam

How Much Does the Endy Mattress Cost?

The Endy Mattress is affordable compared to other all-foam beds. The average price of a queen-size foam mattress is about $1,400 CAD, making the Endy a budget-friendly option that will appeal to value seekers.

Twin$675 CAD39″ x 75″10”43 lbs.
Twin XL$745 CAD39″ x 80″10”43 lbs.
Full$820 CAD54″ x 75″10”53 lbs.
Queen$895 CAD60″ x 80″10”70 lbs.
King$995 CAD76″ x 80″10”92 lbs.
California King$995 CAD72″ x 84″10”92 lbs.

Which Endy Mattress Is Right for You?

In addition to the Endy Mattress, the brand also offers the Endy Hybrid. Both mattresses have a medium firm (6) feel. While the Endy Mattress is made of polyfoam, the Endy Hybrid combines polyfoam and pocketed coils for a more buoyant and responsive feel. 

Our testing team found that the Endy Mattress outperformed the Endy Hybrid in both pressure relief and motion isolation. However, the Endy Hybrid performed better for back sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds. The hybrid is also priced higher than the flagship model.

Endy Mattresses at a Glance

ModelFirmnessMattress TypeHeightBase Price (Queen)
Endy MattressMedium Firm (6)Foam10”$895 CAD
Endy HybridMedium Firm (6)Hybrid13”$1,250 CAD

Discounts and Coupons

Endy offers seasonal sales on its mattresses. The brand also offers regular promotions, such as discounts when combining a mattress purchase with a bed frame or bedding products.

Where Can You Buy the Endy Mattress?

You can purchase an Endy Mattress on the brand’s website to receive direct-to-consumer pricing. This also allows you to take advantage of free shipping and the company’s 100-night sleep trial.

Buying Information and Customer Policies
AvailabilityEndy ships exclusively to Canada. You can purchase the mattress from the brand’s website. The company ships to all Canadian provinces and three locations in the Territories.
ShippingShipping to the Canadian Provinces is free. Orders to the Territories incur a $150 shipping fee. Items typically ship within one to three business days. Mattresses are compressed in a box and wrapped in plastic. The mattress will take about one week to fully decompress, though it can be used immediately.
Sleep TrialEndy provides a 100-night sleep trial. You receive a full refund if you return your mattress during this period. Endy also offers a one-time size exchange during the trial. Your returned mattress will be picked up and, when possible, donated to a local charity.
WarrantyYour mattress is covered by a 10-year limited warranty. Registering your bed on the Endy website can extend it to a 15-year limited warranty for no additional cost. The warranty covers manufacturer defects, including premature cracks or foam indentation. It does not cover typical wear and tear or issues due to mattress misuse.

Endy Mattress FAQ

Is the Endy Mattress made of memory foam?

The Endy Mattress is not made of memory foam. Instead, it is made with proprietary polyfoam, which has a slightly firmer feel. The top polyfoam layer is open-cell with a fairly plush feel, while the other two polyfoam layers are denser and firmer. All foams in the Endy Mattress are certified by GREENGUARD Gold and CertiPUR-US.

How long does the Endy Mattress take to expand?

You can sleep on the Endy Mattress directly after unboxing. It will take one week for the mattress to fully expand.

Does the Endy Mattress sag?

Over time, all foam mattresses will soften and retain some body indentations. This can lead to sagging. Endy’s mattress warranty covers indentations over 1 inch that occur during the 10- or 15-year warranty period.

Is the Endy Mattress good for couples?

The Endy Mattress is well suited for couples. Our testing team found that the bed isolates motion well, making sleepers less likely to feel their partner’s movements throughout the night.

What type of foundation does the Endy Mattress need?

The Endy Mattress can be placed on a traditional box spring, adjustable bed frame, or slatted bed frame. It should not be placed directly on the floor or used on a slatted frame with gaps larger than 3 inches.

About The Author

Katie Kottemann

Staff Writer, Sleep Products

Katie is a writer, editor, and researcher based in Englewood, Colorado. With a doctorate in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she has written and edited for Peterson’s and Innerbody Research as well as been a writing professor. Katie is passionate about helping consumers make more informed choices.

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  • CHRONOTYPE: Dolphin

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