Polysleep Mattress Review (2024)

Grace Struth

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Polysleep Origin 2.0

Made in Canada
Queen $995
Our Rating

Informed by third-party engineer testing commissioned by GoodMorning.com.
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6.1 /10

Memory Foam Mattress With Limited Cooling Features

Polysleep Origin 2.0 is a medium-firm memory foam mattress made in Canada. It’s designed with hypoallergenic and anti-microbial features, and the machine-washable mattress cover helps to regulate sleep temperature. Origin 2.0 is available through online order at $995 for a queen size.

This “upgraded” mattress has a firmer feel and poorer motion isolation than the previous version. Polysleep also offers only a 100-night sleep trial—which isn’t available if you live in some remote areas—and a 10-year warranty.

This makes the mattress less desirable than other cooling foam mattresses like Octave, which comes with a 365-night sleep trial and 15-year warranty.

Looking for a memory foam mattress for under $1,000 with advanced cooling features? Meet Octave.

Read Octave Vista Review


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Polysleep Origin Mattress Sizes & Prices




75″ x 39″ x 10″

33 lb

Twin XL


80″ x 39″ x 10″

35 lb

Full / Double


75″ x 54″ x 10″

44 lb



80″ x 60″ x 10″

50 lb



80″ x 76″ x 10″

64 lb

California King


84″ x 72″ x 10″

64 lb

Shopping for a quality, Canadian-made mattress at a great price? Check out Octave.

Read Octave Vista Review


Delivery box for Polysleep Origin mattress


Delivery, Sleep Trial & Returns

Polysleep offers Canada-wide shipping in 2–7 business days, which is free with purchase in most locations. You’ll need to pay an added fee for shipping to remote locations like Yukon, Northwest Territories, or Nunavut.

Polysleep offers a 100-night sleep trial to test your mattress at home. However, this trial isn’t available if you live in the Canadian territories. Competing brands also offer significantly longer trials. For example, Octave comes with a 365-night sleep trial to make sure you love your mattress.

If you don’t like your Origin 2.0, you can exchange it once for a different Polysleep mattress. This option is only available after sleeping on the mattress for at least 45 nights—nearly half the length of the sleep trial.

You will need to pay the difference in cost if you’re upgrading to a more expensive mattress. You’ll also be using the same (now much shorter) sleep trial. It’s not clear whether Polysleep provides a partial refund if you switch to a less expensive mattress.

Finally, Polysleep only offers a 10-year warranty. This is industry standard—but some competing mattress brands do better. Octave provides a 15-year warranty, giving you considerably longer coverage.



UPS and FedEx

Shipping Cost


Shipping Time

2–7 business days

Sleep Trial Nights


Warranty Years


Return Ease

Company picks up; charges $85 return fee

Get Octave Vista and enjoy a 365-night sleep trial and a 15-year warranty.

Read Octave Vista Review

Corner view of Polysleep Origin mattress layers


Polysleep Origin Mattress Construction

HeightLayersCertiPUR-US® CertifiedMachine-Washable Cover





Polysleep Origin 2.0 has 3 layers of latex-free antimicrobial memory foam.

  • Layer 1: The top (comfort) layer is 1″ of viscoelastic foam, which Polysleep claims is antimicrobial. This is fairly thin for a top layer, meaning you’ll feel more of the transition layer beneath. Foam density is 3 lb/ft³.
  • Layer 2: This 2″ transition layer is designed for body contouring and responsiveness. It has the lowest density of all layers at 1.3 lb/ft³.
  • Layer 3: The 7″ support layer has half the density of the top layer at 1.5 lb/ft³, despite needing density to support the upper layers. This may be one reason why Origin 2.0’s edge support score is lower than the original version.

The polyester/polyviscose cover is machine washable. While the cover is designed to be breathable, it doesn’t use phase-change material or offer other cooling features. Memory foam is known for sleeping hot, so Origin 2.0 may not be ideal if you’re shopping for a cooling mattress.

Want a similarly priced foam mattress with more cooling features? Meet Octave.

Read Octave Vista Review

Mattress Performance Results

Water bottle on edge of Polysleep Origin mattress to demonstrate edge support

5.9 /10

Edge Support

Origin 2.0 tested average for edge support with a 5.9/10. You should be able to sit comfortably on the edge of the bed without falling off. It’s worth noting, though, that this score is significantly lower than the first Origin’s edge support score of 8.9/10.

6.5 /10

Motion Isolation

Origin 2.0 tested slightly above average for motion isolation with a 6.5/10. This should ensure that you and your partner will sleep soundly.

However, this mattress doesn’t meet the expectations set by the previous Origin’s score of 8.0/10.

4.6 /10


Origin 2.0 earned a bounce score of 4.6/10, which is reasonably responsive for a memory foam mattress. Origin 2.0 has more bounce than its predecessor, which scored 3.2/10.

Looking for a cooling memory foam mattress with greater motion isolation? Check out Octave.

Read Octave Vista Review

Company Background

LaunchedCompany HQOwnershipBBB RatingTrustpilot Rating


Montreal, Quebec



No Reviews

Founded in 2016, Polysleep is a Canadian company that offers most of its retail services online. The company maintains a rating of “A+” on Better Business Bureau. Polysleep also has 3.5/5 stars on its unclaimed Trustpilot profile, but there isn’t a standard score to go with that rating. There are no customer reviews on either platform, which is unusual.

The company’s website only has 135 reviews at the time of writing—a low number for a business that’s been around for several years. According to the only one-star review on the site, there may be other poor reviews that aren’t publicly visible. Overall, the low number of online reviews means it’s difficult to guess what your purchasing experience might be like when you buy from Polysleep.

Choose Octave, the mattress brand with over 6,000 reviews and an “Excellent” rating on Trustpilot.

Read Octave Vista Review

Should You Buy Polysleep Origin 2.0?

While Polysleep Origin 2.0 is a reasonably good memory foam mattress, consider an alternative like Octave Vista instead. Octave Vista offers advanced cooling features that Polysleep doesn’t have, along with a 365-night sleep trial and 15-year warranty.

Octave Vista is priced at just $899 for a queen size, compared to $995 for Polysleep. Octave offers an exceptionally cool, comfortable sleep at an affordable price, along with a free bedding bundle with your purchase.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Polysleep mattress cover machine washable?

Yes. The Origin 2.0 mattress cover unzips easily and can be washed in most washing machines. Polysleep highly recommends washing the cover using a delicate wash cycle, and air drying when finished.

What does the Polysleep warranty cover?

Origin 2.0’s 10-year limited warranty covers manufacturing defects, surface indentation, splits and cracks in the foam, and defects in the mattress cover’s zipper. It’s unclear if the warranty covers damage to the mattress during delivery.

Where is the Polysleep Origin 2.0 mattress made?

Polysleep manufactures all of its memory foam mattresses in Canada. The company’s primary factory is located in Montreal, Québec.

Does the Polysleep Origin 2.0 mattress need a special frame?

Polysleep recommends placing the mattress on a base that’s flat and solid, like the company’s proprietary base. Using other physical foundations like a bed frame with boxspring can cause memory foam mattresses to sink noticeably.

What Polysleep mattress alternatives should I consider?

Looking for a mattress that keeps you cool—and keeps you from noticing your restless partner’s movements? We think you’ll like Octave Vista. Octave Vista’s cooling features include a CryoFusion™ cooling nanofibre cover, copper-infused memory foam treated with PolarMAX® phase-change material for temperature balance, and multi-zone support foam with air channels for breathability and temperature control.

Octave comes in two upgraded options: Octave Mirage and Octave Horizon. Explore advanced cooling features like ecoLuxe® cooling gel foam that cushions and conforms to your body, and aerated latex foam filled with hundreds of vents for improved cooling and breathability.

With a 365-night sleep trial (compared to just 100 nights with Polysleep), you’ll have plenty of time to try Octave before making your decision. Your mattress purchase also comes with a free bedding bundle. Get all of these features at an accessible price of $899 for a queen size.


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Octave Vista

9.7 /10

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Designed with advanced cooling fabrics and high-tech foams, Octave offers Canada’s best cooling mattress at a remarkably competitive price. Get a 365-night sleep trial, 15-year warranty, and FREE bedding bundle with your mattress purchase.

Queen $899
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