In this Tulo mattress review, we did some digging to see how the material of the Tulo mattress stood up to their top competitor, Casper. Both the Casper and Tulo mattresses feature similar designs, as do most foam mattresses; however, there is one thing that makes the Tulo unique.
While Tulo does feature the four foam layers, their very first layer of foam is what is interesting. Made from five centimeters of high-density memory foam, this layer includes titanium particles and is ventilated to provide a refreshing night sleep. It is one of the most highly engineered foam layers we have seen throughout the Tulo mattress review. But after that, Tulo gets right back to basics because why mess with a good thing. The next layer is three centimeters of breathable foam that features open-cell technology, which provides constant airflow. Below that is five centimeters of responsive foam, which relieves pressure on your body by reducing surface tension.
The foundation layer is 11.5 centimeters of high-density foam that you can choose from soft to firm support, depending on which helps you sleep better. It is designed to complement the combined technologies of the layers above.