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What Is a Bed in a Box?



The term "bed-in-a-box" refers to a mattress that can be compressed down into a small package and delivered much easier than traditional mattresses. The term "bed-in-a-box" is a little misleading as the product is actually a mattress, not a bedframe. The term started because the first "bed-in-a-box" mattresses did not require a bedframe or foundation, and could simply be unboxed and placed on the floor for a fully functional "bed." The memory foam material used in bed-in-a-box mattresses is compressed and vacuum-sealed, and will expand once unpacked. Many brands claim to use the best mattress materials in their mattress, but comfort will differ from person to person.

Which Bed in the Box Should I Get?



There are many bed-in-a-box options out there. Some are several years old, and many new startups -- such as the Ameena mattress -- are entering the market with new technologies, new comforts, or simply better prices. Just like when shopping for any mattress, be sure that you choose one with a good comfort for how you sleep, a price point within your budget, a solid warranty, and a long enough trial period to make sure you like the mattress and can get a refund if you don't. Also, be sure to check out any bed in a box review! You may also wonder: "How durable is a bed in a box?" While this changes by brand, most bed-in-a-box mattresses have a similar lifespan and warranty to traditional mattresses.

What Type of Mattress Does a Bed in a Box Use?



The term "bed-in-a-box" is a bit misleading because the item being referred to is actually a mattress, not a bedframe. Most bed-in-a-box models are one-sided (no-flip) and can be unpacked and placed right on the floor or any other flat, solid surface to provide a "bed." These mattresses can certainly be placed on bedframes, foundations, or boxsprings if you desire, but often do not functionally require one to provide pressure relief and back support (though some warranties suggest or require the use of a certain support system).