Sleeping on the Keetsa
Firmness and support
For this review, we focused on the Keetsa Pillow Plus Mattress. Our research gave it a 6 out of 10 in mattress firmness (10 being the firmest). The Keetsa combines foam and springs to create a plush top with a small amount of firmness. This mattress is ideal a wide range of sleepers. Stomach and Side sleepers can both sleep on the Keetsa Pillow Plus without any aches or pains.
The support for this bed comes from the iCoil springs the snuggle beneath the foam top. We are always a fan of the coils as they give a more responsive sleep. They also provide better support than a full foam mattress in our opinion.
Sinkage and Motion Transfer
Our research found a sinkage of 2″ with the Keetsa Pillow Plus. The comfort foam top layers hug the sleeper, dispersing their weight gradually and evenly. Don’t expect to sink into this bed. Instead, we find sleepers tend to rest snuggly on the surface.
The Pillow Plus has a minor amount of horizontal motion transfer. While springs provide a more responsive sleep, they also create more motion transfer. We prefer a slightly more responsive sleep, but we do know sleepers who want zero motion transfer.
Try a memory foam mattress if you want absolutely no motion transfer between sleepers.
Temperature and Off-Gassing
The Keetsa can provide a cooler sleep thanks to the pocketed coil springs. They also use an organic cotton cover that is breathable. We have found no complaints about the heat from customers online.
Customers do not need to worry about harmful off-gassing with any Keetsa mattresses. Keetsa is almost 100 organic. Their foams are plant based, and their cotton is organic. Customers can sleep comfortably knowing they are not breathing harmful chemicals.