With Spindle’s unique design you’re able to adjust the firmness yourself.
Spindle has solved the age-old mattress conundrum: Should I go soft, medium or firm? What if I sleep on it but wish it were just a bit firmer or just a bit softer? You no longer have to lose sleep over which firmness is right.
Spindle’s unique design makes each one of our mattresses inherently easy to adjust.
We always recommend starting with our Medium. It has the most flexibility and gives us a lot of options to get you comfortable. You've got options with either the Medium or Firm so there isn't a right or wrong choice.
With any mattress we are looking for the right combination of support and cushion. Finding that sweet spot may take a few iterations or we may nail it right out of the gate. Also, what's under your mattress is going to affect its feel, and sometimes the bed itself needs modification to get the right feel.Comfort Calculator
Our “Medium” is a great choice for most people . The mattress ships with one layer of firm latex and two layers of medium.
In the end, you've got options with the Medium so there isn't a right or wrong choice. With either route you choose, there is always hindsight bias. For example, you get the Medium and find it is too soft and wish that you had gotten the Firm and vice versa.
Putting the medium layer in the middle yields a cushier feel.
Keep in mind that there are 24 different ways you can position the latex in your mattress. You won't get 24 different feels. For most people, we can get 2, maybe 3 feels out of the Medium Spindle.
Putting the firm layer in the middle provides the firmest feel of this configuration.
This will [theoretically] maintain the some of the cushion, but provide a bit of support.
As you may discover, it can take a number of iterations to get the comfort just so. We caution against trying too many different things in too short a period of time. Take the journey in steps and allow time to experience and adjust to the change.
Made in the USA - Designed and built by Spindle employees in New England from components manufactured across the United States.
365 Day Comfort Guarantee - You have up to 365 days to determine if an all-latex mattress fits your needs. If we can’t get you comfortable we’ll refund your money. Every single cent. All you need to do is donate the mattress to charity.
Comfort Adjustment - It’s super easy to adjust your mattress. You just rearrange or swap a layer of latex. Spindle gives you up to a year to exercise your comfort adjustment option.
Comfort Life Program - As a Spindle customer, you save 30% on replacement layers of latex. Restrictions apply.
Free Shipping - Right to your door anywhere in the Contiguous United States (Lower 48 States) excluding U.S. Military APO/FPO addresses and PO Boxes.
10 Year Limited - Warranty Rest assured knowing that every Spindle mattress you buy is covered by a smart 10 year warranty.
You’ll know exactly what goes into your mattress because you put it together yourself.WATCH OUR ASSEMBLY VIDEO
01 Latex provides reduced motion and noise, pressure relief, and it conforms easily to body’s curves.
02 Three 3” layers of "100%" natural latex.
03 Continuous pour Dunlop method. Manufactured in Pennsylvania.
04 Rainforest Alliance Certified
05 Oeko-Tex 100, Class I certified (Certification #16.HUS.00338)Learn more
01 Sheep raised according to Eco-Wool Standards in the Pacific Northwest.
02 Carded by Woolgatherers Carding Mill in California.
03 Provides a natural flame barrier without added chemicals.
04 Wicks away moisture, which can help keep you warm in the winter, cool in the summer.
05 Oeko-Tex 100, Class I certifiedLearn More
01 Produced without pesticides, pigments or bleach.
02 We use a circular knit fabric which results in an incredibly flexible and stretchy case that helps you experience the true benefits of latex.
03 Knit to our specifications in South Carolina.
04 GOTS certifiedLearn more
We make one bed, our 10" Natural Latex mattress, and that comes in 4 comfort levels: Soft; Medium; Firm; Extra Firm.
Our mattress is inherently easy to modify by:
- Reorganizing the layers. Changing the position and orientation of the layers can yield different feels for most people. There’s no right or wrong way to put the latex into the mattress cover. It is only wrong when it feels bad.
- Getting an additional layer. If reorganizing the layers doesn't help and we feel that latex will work for you, we will send another layer to make the mattress harder or softer as part of our comfort adjustment program. It is a one-time offer in the first year at no cost within the 48 states.
Twin: 10”H; 38”W; 74.5L
Twin XL: 10”H; 38”W; 79.5L
Full: 10”H; 53”W; 74.5L
Queen: 10”H; 60”W; 79.5L
King: 10”H; 76”W; 79.5L
We build our mattresses to ISPA [International Sleep Products Association] standards. At least 85% of all mattresses are produced to this size. Typically, the problems arise from the bed manufacturers not following these guidelines, but it is not a common occurrence.
More likely, the size is reported incorrectly by the retailer or reseller.Keep in mind that Spindle mattresses are handmade soft goods and there will be variations of up to +/- 1" between every product we ship. This is the result of cutting, sewing, quilting, the latex within, support and more. Where and how the mattress is measured will also affect your readings.
Many people try to use Indentation Load Deflection, commonly known as ILD, as a metric when trying to decide which mattress to buy. We are happy to share our ILD data with you, but we also caution you not to base your decision on that number alone. ILD is only accurate when comparing the same type of latex from the same latex manufacturer.
We know it would be easier if there was one unified number, but feel is ultimately subjective and based on more than a single input test like ILD. So, please use caution when basing a decision on these numbers.Learn More
We're obsessed with the subject. An all-latex mattress like Spindle needs more support than many beds can provide. What's under your mattress will affect how you sleep. Without proper support the bed will sag and/or soften and not perform as designed.
Both parts of a bed — the piece of furniture or frame, and the support system, e.g.: foundation — need to be considered.LEARN MORE