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- Best Eclipse mattresses for couples: Eclipse memory foam mattresses
- Best Eclipse mattress for hot sleepers: Eclipse Wellness
- Best Eclipse mattresses for side and back sleepers: Eclipse Serene and Eclipse Harmony
Eclipse International has manufactured mattresses in the United States since 1905. The company evolved over the last century, and, today, it has an international presence with thousands of dealers.
Here’s what to know about Eclipse and the brand’s affordable hybrid and memory foam mattresses.
- Hybrid and memory foam choices. The hybrid mattress design incorporates cushioning memory foam with a sturdy, high-profile innerspring coil system for a balance of comfort and support. The memory foam mattress design is another affordable option available online.
- Manufacturing. Eclipse mattresses are made in the United States.
- Thoughtful upgrades. Pre-compressing the cushioning materials in the center third of the mattress helps keep body impressions from developing. Other proprietary features help ensure proper spinal alignment and edge-to-edge support.
- Lower price. Queen mattresses start at $499.
- No direct sales. You can’t buy an Eclipse mattress directly from their website. Though they do have a “find a retailer” feature on their site, we weren’t able to get any information when we tried to use it. However, you can find memory foam Eclipse mattresses through some online retailers.
- Durability issues. While online feedback for Eclipse mattresses is hard to find, some of the complaints we did find relate to sagging issues.
- Website issues. The Eclipse website isn’t very informative and doesn’t include much information on the mattresses or where to buy them. We also got a security warning when we attempted to access the blog portion of the site.
Specific prices aren’t listed on the company website for any Eclipse mattresses, but the homepage does mention that queen mattresses start at $499.
Pricing may depend on where you buy your mattress. For instance, some Eclipse mattresses are available online at Mattress Firm. Prices for these memory foam mattresses are $400 to $1,000, depending on size and firmness.
You can also find certain Eclipse mattresses online at Mattress Factory. These run from $300 to $1,200, depending on the size and style.
There are three mattresses listed on the Eclipse website, though none of them are available for purchase there. We’ll cover each of them, as well as the memory foam mattresses you can buy online.
Eclipse memory foam mattresses
Eclipse has several memory foam mattresses available for purchase on the Mattress Firm website. They vary in height from 9 to 14 inches and come in plush, medium, and firm options.
These mattresses are suitable for adjustable bases and offer superior motion isolation. So they might be a good option if you share your bed with a partner.
All the Eclipse memory foam mattresses on the Mattress Firm site have largely positive reviews and average 4 stars and above on a 5-star rating scale. All the mattresses are priced under $1,000.
None of the Eclipse memory foam mattresses are available to try in Mattress Firm stores. Instead, these mattresses ship free via USPS or FedEx.
If you buy directly from Mattress Firm, you’ll get a 120-night trial period.
The Eclipse Wellness mattress is a cooling hybrid option made with copper-infused Talalay latex and gel memory foam. Together, these materials are designed to create a contouring effect that can provide support for any sleeping position.
The mattress cover incorporates wool and a proprietary fiber, which the company says draws excess heat from the body for cooler, more comfortable sleep.
Support layers in the Wellness mattress offer lumbar and edge support, and the mattress core contains more than 800 individually wrapped coils.
We couldn’t find the Wellness mattress for sale online.
The Serene is a hybrid mattress designed for conforming comfort. The mattress cover is made to conform to your body’s shape.
Layers of memory foam with varying densities are intended to provide differentiated support and comfort while relieving pressure point pain.
The mattress core features individually wrapped coils for maximum spinal support.
The Serene line has three firmness options: Euro pillow top, plush, and firm. Firm is likely a good option if your preferred sleeping position is on your back, while the plush will work well for side sleepers.
We couldn’t find the Serene mattress for sale online.
The Harmony line is similar to the Serene. It’s made with the same reactive fibers in the mattress cover for contouring comfort.
The mattress also has a mix of foams for supportive comfort, as well as individually wrapped coils in the mattress core.
The Harmony is available in pillow top, firm, and plush models. Generally, these are slightly less firm than the models in the Serene line.
We couldn’t find the Harmony mattress for sale online.
Eclipse mattresses aren’t sold on the company website.
The “Find a Retailer” feature should make it easy to find Eclipse mattresses in nearby stores. However, when we tested this form, we didn’t receive any dealer information. We also weren’t able to get any information via email.
Some Eclipse mattress models are available for purchase through online retailers, like Mattress Firm, but these include models that aren’t featured on the Eclipse website.
The Eclipse International website mentions that it has been in business for more than a century, but we were unable to find a rating with the Better Business Bureau.
We also couldn’t find any instances of legal issues for the company.
Eclipse doesn’t seem to have much of an online presence past their website. Though we found two profiles on Instagram, neither had much information about their products.
Online reviews are limited to feedback on the mattresses available for purchase through online retailers.
On the Mattress Firm site, reviews are largely positive. We couldn’t find any customer reviews specific to the three mattress lines on the Eclipse website.
Eclipse International doesn’t have any customer reviews on third-party sites, like Trustpilot.
If you buy a memory foam Eclipse mattress from Mattress Firm, you get a 120-night sleep trial.
The company requires you to sleep on your mattress for at least 21 nights before starting a return. You have to pay a return delivery fee of $99.99.
A 10-year limited warranty from one of Eclipse International’s licensees, Jeffco Fibres, covers specific defects on memory foam mattresses purchased through Mattress Firm. Claims can be filed by emailing Jeffco directly.
We couldn’t find any warranty information for the three lines featured on the Eclipse website.
Where can you buy an Eclipse mattress?
You can buy certain Eclipse mattresses at third-party retailers like Mattress Firm, American Mattress, and Mattress Factory.
What types of mattresses does Eclipse sell?
Eclipse sells both hybrid and memory foam mattresses.
How firm are Eclipse mattresses?
Firmness varies depending on which mattress you choose. The Serene and Harmony models come in pillow top, plush, and firm versions. The memory foam mattresses come in plush, medium, and firm options.
Eclipse International has been in the mattress business for more than a century, and its mattresses are designed to be comfortable and affordable.
Unlike many mattress companies, Eclipse mattresses can’t be purchased through the company website. In fact, it’s difficult to find the Eclipse mattresses featured on their website for sale online at all.
According to the company, there are thousands of retailers across the nation. However, we couldn’t locate a retailer through the company website.
If you’re interested in an Eclipse mattress, contact your local mattress dealer. Keep in mind that availability will vary, as well as returns and warranties.
Jessica Timmons has been working as a freelance writer since 2007, covering everything from pregnancy and parenting to cannabis, chiropractic, stand-up paddling, fitness, martial arts, home decor, and much more. Her work has appeared in mindbodygreen, Pregnancy & Newborn, Modern Parents Messy Kids, and Coffee + Crumbs. See what she’s up to now at jessicatimmons.com.