KAYA vs. Tomorrow 2018-03-08T13:24:27+00:00

KAYA vs. Tomorrow

The following review was conducted by the KAYA Sleep, Inc. employees, and as such we realize cannot be completely objective. However, great efforts were made to present the factual information as is, as we believe in the importance of transparency.

The Tomorrow mattress is a high-quality hybrid mattress. It is constructed of 2 layers of foam, and a layer of pocketed coils, reaching a total height of 10”. The mattress comes in 2 different firmness levels, and we will compare KAYA to the more popular version of the two, Medium-Firm, which is similar to the firmness of the KAYA mattress.

The KAYA mattress is a premium hybrid mattress, designed by sleep experts with years of experience. KAYA is constructed of 3 layers of the highest density foams available, with a pocketed coil core of over 1,000 springs. Its high-density foam layers provide top-notch support and durability, while its pocketed coil core takes care of body contouring, amazing Edge support, and minimal motion transfer. To top it all off, KAYA’s cover is infused with ThermoGel, which starts cooling when truly needed, and close to your skin, where it counts. A mattress of this quality, at such an affordable price, with a trial period of 120 days and a 20-year warranty, cannot be found anywhere else.

Let’s continue and see who wins this battle of mattresses!

KAYA mattress in bedroom

KAYA vs Tomorrow

The following review was conducted by the KAYA Sleep, Inc. employees, and as such we realize cannot be completely objective. However, great efforts were made to present the factual information as is, as we believe in the importance of transparency.

The Tomorrow mattress is a high-quality hybrid mattress. It is constructed of 2 layers of foam, and a layer of pocketed coils, reaching a total height of 10”. The mattress comes in 2 different firmness levels, and we will compare KAYA to the more popular version of the two, Medium-Firm, which is similar to the firmness of the KAYA mattress.

The KAYA mattress is a premium hybrid mattress, designed by sleep experts with years of experience. KAYA is constructed of 3 layers of the highest density foams available, with a pocketed coil core of over 1,000 springs. Its high-density foam layers provide top-notch support and durability, while its pocketed coil core takes care of body contouring, amazing Edge support, and minimal motion transfer. To top it all off, KAYA’s cover is infused with ThermoGel, which starts cooling when truly needed, and close to your skin, where it counts. A mattress of this quality, at such an affordable price, with a trial period of 120 days and a 20-year warranty, cannot be found anywhere else.

Let’s continue and see who wins this battle of mattresses!

KAYA mattress in bedroom

Best overall mattress – KAYA

Made from better materials, KAYA has the far better specifications one by one. With the more impactful cooling solution, better warranty and a longer trial period, KAYA is the clear winner.

For the full detailed comparison, simply scroll down and continue reading.

Best overall mattress – KAYA

Made from better materials, KAYA has the far better specifications one by one. With the more impactful cooling solution, better warranty and a longer trial period, KAYA is the clear winner.

For the full detailed comparison, simply scroll down and continue reading.

1. Materials/Durability

We should start by saying that both mattresses do a great job in terms of Edge support, cooling, and motion transfer, as expected from a quality hybrid mattress. The main thing that differs between the mattresses is probably the quality of the materials between the different layers, and this is where KAYA has the edge.

Pitting KAYA’s top layer against Tomorrow’s, we can see that there’s no contest. KAYA’s Highly Responsive HD Foam carries a 5-PCF density over 1″ while Tomorrow’s Memory Foam’s density is only 3.5-PCF over 1″. KAYA’s second layer is impressive as well, with a 4-PCF Memory Foam over 2″ against Tomorrow’s 2.5-PCF Comfort Foam, which is only 0.5″. If you go layer against layer, the only layer where Tomorrow has the slight edge is the 3rd layer. But if you examine it closely, it you shouldn’t pit KAYA’s 1″, 2-PCF Transition Foam against Tomorrow’s 1.5″, 2.6-PCF Bounce Foam, since KAYA’s 2nd layer of 4-PCF is 1.5″ taller than Tomorrow’s 2nd layer. This means, if you take KAYA’s first 3″ of foam against all of Tomorrow’s top foam layers (tallying at 3″), KAYA has the denser foams throughout the entire length. Next up, the Base layer which is comprised of pocketed coils in both mattresses, is once again in KAYA’s favor. KAYA has over 1,000 top-grade, steel Pocketed Coils, while Tomorrow only has 660. When spread in a single layer, the number of pocketed coils is an important attribute to consider, as lower coil counts correlate with shorter lifespans.

As mentioned, both mattresses have great Edge support and do a great job in this category.

The cooling category is a close call as well, as both utilize the great cooling properties of the Hybrid design, in addition to their own cooling mechanism. While Tomorrow relies on Phase Change Material in its top layer, KAYA went a step closer, and had its actively cooling ThermoGel infused in the cover itself.

Overall, KAYA has higher density foams and a far better Pocketed Coil layer, which make it a more durable, higher quality mattress.

*Specifications according to official website, October 2017

KAYATomorrow
Top Layer1″ Highly Responsive HD Foam, 5-PCF1″, 3.5-PCF Memory Foam
2nd Layer2″ Memory Foam, 4-PCF0.5″, 2.5-PCF Comfort Foam
3rd Layer1″ Transition Foam, 2-PCF 1.5″, 2.6-PCF Bounce Foam
Base6″, 1000+ Pocketed Coils, Top Grade Steel6″,660 Pocketed Coils
CoverCooling ThermoGel Infused, Seamless, Single-Knit
Height11”10”
Edge SupportYesYes
CoolingActively Cooling ThermoGel, In Cover, Hybrid Design PropertiesPhase Change Material, Hybrid Design Properties

1. Materials/Durability

We should start by saying that both mattresses do a great job in terms of Edge support, cooling, and motion transfer, as expected from a quality hybrid mattress. The main thing that differs between the mattresses is probably the quality of the materials between the different layers, and this is where KAYA has the edge.

Pitting KAYA’s top layer against Tomorrow’s, we can see that there’s no contest. KAYA’s Highly Responsive HD Foam carries a 5-PCF density over 1″ while Tomorrow’s Memory Foam’s density is only 3.5-PCF over 1″. KAYA’s second layer is impressive as well, with a 4-PCF Memory Foam over 2″ against Tomorrow’s 2.5-PCF Comfort Foam, which is only 0.5″. If you go layer against layer, the only layer where Tomorrow has the slight edge is the 3rd layer. But if you examine it closely, it you shouldn’t pit KAYA’s 1″, 2-PCF Transition Foam against Tomorrow’s 1.5″, 2.6-PCF Bounce Foam, since KAYA’s 2nd layer of 4-PCF is 1.5″ taller than Tomorrow’s 2nd layer. This means, if you take KAYA’s first 3″ of foam against all of Tomorrow’s top foam layers (tallying at 3″), KAYA has the denser foams throughout the entire length. Next up, the Base layer which is comprised of pocketed coils in both mattresses, is once again in KAYA’s favor. KAYA has over 1,000 top-grade, steel Pocketed Coils, while Tomorrow only has 660. When spread in a single layer, the number of pocketed coils is an important attribute to consider, as lower coil counts correlate with shorter lifespans.

As mentioned, both mattresses have great Edge support and do a great job in this category.

The cooling category is a close call as well, as both utilize the great cooling properties of the Hybrid design, in addition to their own cooling mechanism. While Tomorrow relies on Phase Change Material in its top layer, KAYA went a step closer, and had its actively cooling ThermoGel infused in the cover itself.

Overall, KAYA has higher density foams and a far better Pocketed Coil layer, which make it a more durable, higher quality mattress.

*Specifications according to official website, October 2017

KAYALeesa
Top Layer1″ Highly Responsive HD Foam, 5-PCF1″, 3.5-PCF Memory Foam
2nd Layer2″ Memory Foam, 4-PCF0.5″, 2.5-PCF Comfort Foam
3rd Layer1″ Transition Foam, 2-PCF 1.5″, 2.6-PCF Bounce Foam
Base6″, 1000+ Pocketed Coils, Top Grade Steel6″,660 Pocketed Coils
CoverCooling ThermoGel Infused, Seamless, Single-Knit
Height11”10”
Edge SupportYesYes
CoolingActively Cooling ThermoGel, In Cover, Hybrid Design PropertiesPhase Change Material, Hybrid Design Properties

2. Firmness

Medium-Firm 
KAYA

Medium-Firm 
Tomorrow

Seeing as firmness is a matter of personal preference, and both have similar firmness levels, we would have to call this one as a tie. Both mattresses do a great job in getting that Medium-Firm feel. The Medium-Firm level is the most popular one, and we believe most people will find the firmness of KAYA and Tomorrow as just right. The KAYA mattress has an initial soft feel at the top and deep firm support. It is important to mention that Tomorrow has two different models, offering a Medium-Soft option as well. Seeing as the Medium-Firm option is the most popular, it was the one used for this comparison. Bottom line – KAYA and Tomorrow both have great firmness, and since this category is rather subjective, there is no clear winner in this category.

2. Firmness

Medium-Firm 
KAYA

Medium-Firm 
Tomorrow

Seeing as firmness is a matter of personal preference, and both have similar firmness levels, we would have to call this one as a tie. Both mattresses do a great job in getting that Medium-Firm feel. The Medium-Firm level is the most popular one, and we believe most people will find the firmness of KAYA and Tomorrow as just right. The KAYA mattress has an initial soft feel at the top and deep firm support. It is important to mention that Tomorrow has two different models, offering a Medium-Soft option as well. Seeing as the Medium-Firm option is the most popular, it was the one used for this comparison. Bottom line – KAYA and Tomorrow both have great firmness, and since this category is rather subjective, there is no clear winner in this category.

3. Price

$1195 
KAYA

$890 
Tomorrow

For $890, Tomorrow is definitely a budget-friendly option if you’re looking to buy a hybrid and do not insist on a premium-class mattress. If you are looking for a premium-class hybrid, and do not wish to compromise on quality, KAYA would be the better option. With KAYA‘s superiority in almost every category, you are sure to get your money’s worth with this long-lasting, high quality mattress.

*Prices according to official sites, March 2018

3. Price

$1195 
KAYA

$890 
Tomorrow

For $890, Tomorrow is definitely a budget-friendly option if you’re looking to buy a hybrid and do not insist on a premium-class mattress. If you are looking for a premium-class hybrid, and do not wish to compromise on quality, KAYA would be the better option. With KAYA‘s superiority in almost every category, you are sure to get your money’s worth with this long-lasting, high quality mattress.

*Prices according to official sites, March 201

4. Warranty

20 Years 
KAYA

10 Years 
Tomorrow

No debate here. KAYA’s 20-year warranty is well above the standard. KAYA will fully replace or repair the mattress if the mattress is deemed defective within the first ten year of ownership, to the original purchaser. For the next years, up to the 20th year, KAYA will provide additional coverage and repair or replace the mattress at a prorated cost. Tomorrow offers a 10-year warranty, to the original purchaser only, as stated in their website: “The limited warranty covers manufacturing defects in your Tomorrow mattress including faults in materials or manufacturing defects. Replacement of one piece due to manufacturing defect does not automatically result in the replacement of any other piece.”

4. Warranty

20 Years 
KAYA

10 Years 
Tomorrow

No debate here. KAYA’s 20-year warranty is well above the standard. KAYA will fully replace or repair the mattress if the mattress is deemed defective within the first ten year of ownership, to the original purchaser. For the next years, up to the 20th year, KAYA will provide additional coverage and repair or replace the mattress at a prorated cost. Tomorrow offers a 10-year warranty, to the original purchaser only, as stated in their website: “The limited warranty covers manufacturing defects in your Tomorrow mattress including faults in materials or manufacturing defects. Replacement of one piece due to manufacturing defect does not automatically result in the replacement of any other piece.”

5. Trial Period

120 Days 
KAYA

100 Days 
Tomorrow

Picking the right mattress is not an easy decision, as it is a product that you will use almost every night for years to come. It is only reasonable that you should get to try it for a good amount of time before your decision is final. KAYA is the winner in this category, as you get to try it for 120 days for free, while Tomorrow’s trial is for 100 days only. Both products will need a short period of around 30 days to get used to, before you enjoy the full comfort of your mattress. KAYA offers a trial period of 4 times of that, acknowledging that its customers deserve to be satisfied with their decision and regret-free.

5. Trial Period

120 Days 
KAYA

100 Days 
Tomorrow

Picking the right mattress is not an easy decision, as it is a product that you will use almost every night for years to come. It is only reasonable that you should get to try it for a good amount of time before your decision is final. KAYA is the winner in this category, as you get to try it for 120 days for free, while Tomorrow’s trial is for 100 days only. Both products will need a short period of around 30 days to get used to, before you enjoy the full comfort of your mattress. KAYA offers a trial period of 4 times of that, acknowledging that its customers deserve to be satisfied with their decision and regret-free.

Summary

To be short, KAYA is the better mattress overall. It is made of better materials, making it more durable and reliable. Both are hybrid mattresses, but for a hybrid to truly achieve its purpose of having the benefits of both the foams and the coils, it must be done right. While both mattresses have a smart formation of 3 foam layers and pocketed coil base, KAYA has the better overall specifications by far. KAYA’s foam layers have higher densities, and its Pocketed Coil Core of over 1,000 coils is uncontested by Tomorrow’s 660 coils.

From the cooling standpoint, both utilize the advantages of having a pocketed coil layer that allows airflow, and both have their own additional cooling mechanism. However, KAYA’s ThermoGel is infused inside the cover, making a better impact as it’s closer to your body.

Finally, KAYA offers a better overall experience by allowing a longer trial period (120 days vs. Tomorrow’s 100 days), and as expected from a more durable mattress, KAYA also offers a 20-year warranty as opposed to Tomorrow’s 10-year.

Summary

To be short, KAYA is the better mattress overall. It is made of better materials, making it more durable and reliable. Both are hybrid mattresses, but for a hybrid to truly achieve its purpose of having the benefits of both the foams and the coils, it must be done right. While both mattresses have a smart formation of 3 foam layers and pocketed coil base, KAYA has the better overall specifications by far. KAYA’s foam layers have higher densities, and its Pocketed Coil Core of over 1,000 coils is uncontested by Tomorrow’s 660 coils.

From the cooling standpoint, both utilize the advantages of having a pocketed coil layer that allows airflow, and both have their own additional cooling mechanism. However, KAYA’s ThermoGel is infused inside the cover, making a better impact as it’s closer to your body.

Finally, KAYA offers a better overall experience by allowing a longer trial period (120 days vs. Tomorrow’s 100 days), and as expected from a more durable mattress, KAYA also offers a 20-year warranty as opposed to Tomorrow’s 10-year.

Comparisons were conducted for the Queen sized models, as customary in the industry.
All specifications were obtained from the official site and from customer support, as of October 2017.

SAFE PURCHASE
EASY PAYMENT
RELIABLE DELIVERY

$100 OFFER Promotion automatically applied at checkout. Dismiss