Mattress Expert Guesses Cheap vs Expensive Mattresses | Architectural Digest

  • Architectural Digest challenges mattress expert Nesli Ozdemir to guess which one of two mattresses is more expensive. Nesli breaks down memory foam, latex and innerspring mattresses and then gives her professional opinion!
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Comments • 80

  • AM2PM
    AM2PM Month ago

    I should do this on my channel!

  • Bruised Banana
    Bruised Banana 2 months ago


  • Nipzche
    Nipzche 2 months ago

    Very informative! Thanks! Need one on pillows too

  • Awesome Brotherhood
    Awesome Brotherhood 2 months ago

    This is a very good video, because its surprising that how many people buy mattresses and regret their decisions.

  • ro pro
    ro pro 4 months ago

    'If you like to do activities on the side of the mattress...' XD

  • iaJENKA
    iaJENKA 5 months ago

    this woman can't talk.

  • Ramayana Roxas
    Ramayana Roxas 5 months ago

    You don't always get bang for your buck

  • Turo Tales
    Turo Tales 6 months ago

    Purple vs Casper

  • 希ᴋɪʙᴏ
    希ᴋɪʙᴏ 6 months ago

    I sleep on the floor.

  • David Lopez
    David Lopez 6 months ago +2

    This looks like a huge scam

  • Mateo
    Mateo 6 months ago +4

    These mattresses are all overpriced.

  • Your Majesty
    Your Majesty 7 months ago +4

    The random drum track in the background was weird, lol

  • April May
    April May 7 months ago +1

    Mattress A in innerspring is a Winkbed. Don't know what the heck that other one is.
    Latex isn't THAT expensive. Mattress companies like to keep that myth going to explain why they charge so much for it.

  • Cristian Popescu
    Cristian Popescu 7 months ago

    Is there a mattress college? Lol

  • Cristian Popescu
    Cristian Popescu 7 months ago +2

    I feel like anyone can be a mattress expert after a week

  • blah blah
    blah blah 8 months ago

    I wish we knew the brands after she was done

  • Greg Hunt
    Greg Hunt 8 months ago +7

    how well does this mattress hold my buddy?

  • Sara Bonetto
    Sara Bonetto 8 months ago

    Latex is waaaaay hotter than memory foam, she doesn't know what she's talking about

    • AM2PM
      AM2PM Month ago

      I disagree. I review beds on my channel and latex beds are always cooler. Also you don’t sink in as much so the surface area is less

    • Ranger9700
      Ranger9700 8 months ago +2

      huh? not what i've read

  • Tom Jones
    Tom Jones 8 months ago +2

    As an ex quality control guy for a big brand name mattress factory, I can personally tell you they really don’t give a blank about quality or design specs, it’s a crap shoot to see if your bed would even be a good one. They are about volume and cheapness to the point of cutting corners. Fyi most bed cost about 300$ or less then they sell that to a store that marks it up for $5000 at 0% financing.

  • Jenn V. L.
    Jenn V. L. 8 months ago

    Add the price to the back of the cards, _you cowards!_

  • Tom K
    Tom K 8 months ago +1

    Creepy accent

  • Paul John Longua
    Paul John Longua 8 months ago +8

    I too am a mattress expert, and I felt she did pretty well. On the inner spring mattress with the dark gray latex was more than likely a charcoal layer. Charcoal absorbs odor. Not a bad thing to have in a mattress. Making those sneaky Dutch ovens a little more difficult. Lol.

    • Connie
      Connie 5 months ago

      @Paul John Longua LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!

  • Kate
    Kate 8 months ago +2

    Honestly I just want to know what's a good price point for a mattress? Like are the ones like Casper, Leesa, and whatever actually worth it or is it worth it to spend more for something that doesn't roll up into a box?

  • amidorshok
    amidorshok 8 months ago

    Mattress Expert Guesses Expensive vs Super Expensive Mattresses | Architectural Digest

  • Malanee Wheeler
    Malanee Wheeler 9 months ago

    how tf do you become a mattress expert? and why?

  • Daniel Hakimi
    Daniel Hakimi 9 months ago +1

    Matresses don't really have prices, they have prices today. Mattress companies make their prices up every day based on their whims.

  • Jack Naylor
    Jack Naylor 9 months ago +1

    Hahaha she got the last one wrong and said it's because the expensive one is overpriced - not that she was just wrong. WOMEN, even when they're wrong they're right.

  • Honey
    Honey 9 months ago

    I sleep just as well on the floor than on an exspensive mattress tbh

  • Kasha
    Kasha 9 months ago +5

    This might be dumb but i always thought you were meant to turn your mattress every so often, but listening to this about base layers etc maybe not

    • la fan de nuel
      la fan de nuel 8 months ago +1

      Those with base layers are meant to be spinned every 3 to 4 months. 3 to 4 months holds your head, and next, holds your partner's feet. They're less durable and that's why hotels chose them.

  • Amelia Tan
    Amelia Tan 9 months ago

    Natural latex foam is still blended with synthetic latex.
    100% Natural Latex is the real deal! Read your labels!

  • I Don't Mine
    I Don't Mine 9 months ago

    Okay cheap experts vs expensive experts now

  • PaypalMyMoney
    PaypalMyMoney 9 months ago

    She has a mattress review website, I highly doubt this was her 1st time on any of these. Confirmed hoax.

    • Danielle Lathan
      Danielle Lathan 8 months ago +3

      That's not what makes something a hoax. That's something she does as a qualified expert ...

  • PaypalMyMoney
    PaypalMyMoney 9 months ago

    Zenhaven in the house! Latex A!!!

  • Brian Garcia
    Brian Garcia 10 months ago

    Oh my gah

  • Tsunami Papi
    Tsunami Papi 10 months ago

    We all been Mattress experts .....our whole entire lives

  • Paddy Mc
    Paddy Mc 10 months ago +7

    '...The initial feeling of your mattress, against your Buddy.
    Support; How well the mattress holds your Buddy.
    and durability...'

  • Isaac Magaña
    Isaac Magaña 10 months ago +1

    This is the first time I see one of the experts being wrong :O

    • NNT Flow
      NNT Flow 10 months ago +2

      Because Mattress with branded name actually got inflated price tag to go along with it, Like Fashion sunglasses. Many premium products from off-brand tend to have better quality products and values but they are harder to get by on smaller cities.

      Unlike food which have little profits, they can't easily created premium off-brand and garner profits from it. Hence the quality in food tend to match the prices.

      But expensive products like Mattresses with lots of headroom for profits and higher price tags. They could haggle some of the profits in return for value and volume.

      Same goes for products like cars and phones.

  • Adam B
    Adam B 10 months ago +2

    Content Expert guesses Original vs Stolen Ideas

  • Jimmy Shih
    Jimmy Shih 11 months ago +3

    How was a mattress expert act surprised by the cost of the obvious Temperpedic in the beginning...

  • Noah Sno
    Noah Sno 11 months ago +1

    "What's you're degree for?"

  • karadiberlino
    karadiberlino 11 months ago +1

    The audio is actually very bad.
    What is that constant pounding coming up from time to time?
    Like someone is tapping on a board nearby the microphone.
    It's so annoying and irritating, I won't be able to watch the whole video, sadly... :(

  • EveYT :D
    EveYT :D 11 months ago

    Is she polish

  • Ivan A Ivanov
    Ivan A Ivanov 11 months ago +8

    Synthetic mattresses are horrible for your health, regardless of how expensive they are - you are literally spending a third of your life with your body and nose over toxic petroleum based materials. My entire family sleeps on natural wool mattresses we bought on Etsy and it's been transformational!

    • Ranger9700
      Ranger9700 8 months ago

      and uncomfortable if have serious back injury

  • Shruti Lama
    Shruti Lama 11 months ago +1

    Idk why I’m watching this.. like I don’t have money to buy mattress

  • sleuth 2077
    sleuth 2077 11 months ago +7

    I bought one of these, but ended up returning it, bc i was still forgetting things.

    • ChippyChin
      ChippyChin 10 months ago

      I can't believe I laughed at that. ;)

  • Notorious N
    Notorious N 11 months ago +1

    Which mattress is good for bad lower back?

  • Matt Hirn
    Matt Hirn 11 months ago +85

    She actually provided very good information about each mattress type. She even mentioned that the synthetic DuPont latex does not need to be as firm as the sample mattress in the comparison. I like that she shared one of the easiest ways to spot a cheap mattress. If it is very light, there isn't much material involved and it won't be a good mattress. Very useful expert analysis.

  • Izzi Spiridigliozzi
    Izzi Spiridigliozzi 11 months ago +2

    omg i got 3 mattress ads on this video

  • BlackUmbra
    BlackUmbra 11 months ago +1

    Next episode:
    Glue expert
    *sniffed the glue*

  • nevermore0
    nevermore0 11 months ago +9

    See, you don't always get what you pay for.

  • Silvestre Enriquez
    Silvestre Enriquez 11 months ago

    I wouldn't mind inviting her to bed 😳😳😳

  • 113657
    113657 11 months ago +2

    when do they get to the tasting?

  • Commentator541
    Commentator541 11 months ago

    1:41 Organic cotton? Girl bye. Why do we need ORAGANIC cotton? Please...

  • Abdulaziz Mazin
    Abdulaziz Mazin 11 months ago

    She loves her bady🤣

  • ZoltanoMoltano
    ZoltanoMoltano 11 months ago +1

    ripoff business what mattress business is...:)

  • meowmeow
    meowmeow 11 months ago

    The only mattress experts I trust are prostitutes.

  • Joao Costa
    Joao Costa 11 months ago

    Body or buddy??

  • Dude What
    Dude What 11 months ago

    I have back pain and i want to buy good Mattress. It's this Mattress ( worth to pay that money?

  • airline45
    airline45 11 months ago +3

    Please do more of these expert videos :)

  • Chicken Nuggets
    Chicken Nuggets 11 months ago +8

    I've had my mattress for over 20 years and realised my lack of sleep recently and aching back/shoulders is due to the lack of springs in it now! Its literally sagging and creaks when you breath.
    I'm saving for a pocket sprung mattress, most of them nowadays come with a 100 day trial period so you can send it back if it's not as comfortable as it looks.
    This video was kinda helpful, but seriously those prices?!
    My budget is like £200

    • E C
      E C 8 months ago

      Get a Japanese style futon and sleep with the comforting support of the floor, for that kind of price. Also replace it sooner than every 20 years, you absolute clown.

    • Gabe Jones-Lang
      Gabe Jones-Lang 10 months ago +4

      Chicken Nuggets lmao good luck

  • Hailey Warhol
    Hailey Warhol 11 months ago

    This was too informational

  • Windy Hawthorn
    Windy Hawthorn Year ago +3

    I buy the cheapest mattress available.

  • Tony007corp
    Tony007corp Year ago +24

    A little tip if you travel often but are clueless on mattresses, next time you sleep well on a trip check what kind of mattress it is.

  • Atul Sharma
    Atul Sharma Year ago +1

    I was looking for spring mattress and this video👍

  • Vania C
    Vania C Year ago +4

    I’m disappointed Leo Wang, the bedding expert, didn’t make this video 😩🤧🤣

  • Domo Kun
    Domo Kun Year ago +3

    Good information. Thank you

  • tkburn1439
    tkburn1439 Year ago +3

    Expert?, latex has 2 different processing methods 1. talalay where the latex is flash frozen creating air pockets and making the surface feel soft and airy and 2. Dunlop where it is just poured and baked Making it firm and dense.

  • Allan Nielsen
    Allan Nielsen Year ago +2

    She is literally just describing what she sees.

    • Petri Lautamäki
      Petri Lautamäki 11 months ago +1

      @Allan Nielsen She does the water test (could have done it better though) and explains why she did it, she explains different layers and their meaning and compares them to other variables, she explains differences between latexes and whst to look for... So even despite she did't tell why she is an expert she clearly knows a lot about them or atleast has studied them for this video enough to present herself as an expert. I don't see a problem here. After all, this is just RUclip...

    • Allan Nielsen
      Allan Nielsen 11 months ago +1

      @Petri Lautamäki I'd have her "explain" and use her expertise as a mattress expert. Instigate her professionalism as any expert conventionally do. She does none of that. I know. It's a lot to expect from RUclip. You're welcome.

    • Petri Lautamäki
      Petri Lautamäki 11 months ago +2

      What would you want her to describe?

  • amanda Derp
    amanda Derp Year ago +10

    Activities on the side of the mattress you know that means. Working out like Pilates. Dirty birds

  • David Cheatham
    David Cheatham Year ago +28

    So well done! I was a mattress buyer for one of the largest furniture retailers in the U.S. for many years, suffer from chronic pain, & am very picky about my mattresses. So many times I hear "experts," they spew nonsense, but this person is very knowledgable & explains in easy-to-understand terms. GREAT video! FYI, each person is unique, but six months ago, I replaced my 2nd memory foam set with a very expensive hand-tied coil spring set (at my huband's urging--he always felt the memory foam was too hot in the summer, which is a valid issue, but one I freely overlooked because both sets we'd owned were so comfortable, otherwise). I regret it! I cannot wait to save up & buy another memory foam! Unfortunately, the set I bought didn't have a swap program, so we're out $4k+--and here I am very knowledgable about mattresses & STILL made an expensive mistake! My take-away: Make sure you purchase from a retailer where you can swap for a different mattress if you're not happy with your selection!

  • Barbara 1
    Barbara 1 Year ago +4

    Don’t buy a foam mattress: it’s not eco friendly and it’s doesn’t remember.
    You end up with gullies that are a night mare on your back.

    • Michael Coronite
      Michael Coronite 11 months ago

      I disliked it at first but then I read the rest😂😂

  • umeng2002
    umeng2002 Year ago

    Is the rest of this comparison on Pornhub?

  • Emilie Smith
    Emilie Smith Year ago +3

    My rule for these including the food ones is that if something is weightier/denser or darker in color then it’s usually more expensive

  • Ricardo Chavez
    Ricardo Chavez Year ago +5

    So where is the architecture? All the magazine shows now is mcmansions and mattresses

  • SyxxPunk
    SyxxPunk Year ago +12

    How do people afford mattresses nowadays?!

  • RealBlueSteel
    RealBlueSteel Year ago

    Soo, the title messed my head up. If she's an expert she's not guessing right? This should be the princess and the pea type vibes.

  • ismalaz
    ismalaz Year ago


  • m o
    m o Year ago +6

    so cool and informative i really like it! keep them coming these videos so everybody not only knows how a nice home should look like but also how it should feel

  • Elifnaz Olgaç
    Elifnaz Olgaç Year ago +3

    As bayrakları as...

  • Aaron Posadas
    Aaron Posadas Year ago +4

    Anyone else got a matress ad before the vid

    • Reeves Connelly
      Reeves Connelly 8 months ago

      Aaron Posadas yeah that rapunzel girl with the egg test