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$50 off Voucher for a Koala Mattress


Koala Mattresses, made in Australia and with zero disturbance technology. Follow the link to sign up for a unique $50 off voucher code sent to your email. The mattresses are on display at The Treehouse, Surry Hills. They come packed in a box and have 4 hour delivery within Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne metro areas. They have the full range of mattress sizes, and they can be paired up with any kind of bed base (slat, spring or board). I have not bought one yet, but I am seriously considering it, any feedback from owners of Koala Mattresses would be appreciated.

Koala Mattress site: http://koalamattress.com.au/

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  • +3

    blinky bill will love this!

  • +2

    Got one last week, best mattress my wife and I have ever had. We even tested the 'glass of red wine on the bed while a bloke jumps on it' thing like they do in a video on their website and it works! We've already contacted them and are ordering a single one too for our daughter's bed.

    Sorry if this sounds like PR/shilling but I promise I have no association with the company; just a very satisfied customer.

    • +2

      I have read other reviews, they all say pretty much the same as you, but I will trust a tightass ozbargainer over a random mturker anyday ;) Thanks :)

  • Anyone have suggestions on where to buy a bed base?

    • If you're in Sydney, there's a chinese mattress store in Chatswood (the shopping arcade/mall is called Lemongrove opposite Westfield on Victoria Ave (where cars can't drive).

      I got mine for $250 delivered I think last year. It's pretty sturdy and does the job

  • How's the mattress in terms of firmness? I like quite firm mattress (a bit like sleeping on a carpeted floor with a sleeping bag) so really need firm beds lol.

    • From their website:

      It's no longer a choice between soft or firm, the Koala is universally comfortable, designed for all sleepers, shapes and sizes. With the perfect amount of support, the Koala evenly distributes your body weight and always works to push you back up. You won't feel like you're laying in quicksand rather a springy and supportive cloud.

      • +1

        Thanks for that. Might have to go to the showroom for a nap to test it out.

    • +2

      I doubt the zzz's would pass the red wine glass test ? :)

      Very different classes of mattress.

  • +2

    I would like to know the difference between ecosa, koala, and greywing
    They all seem to have very similar websites and pricing.

    That in itself sets of alarm bells for me with regards to wakng up to this deal.

    Actually it looks like its a rebadge of the American counterpart Casper/Leesa mattresses which also has same same.
    Both are 2014 startups

    That being said ecosa is cheaper and also has $50 boxing day discount

    Normal pricing for Single bed
    ecosa is $599, greywing is $645, and koala is $650

  • Given its 4hr delivery, and that its been a week now, how has those who bought one find the bed in terms of how comfortable it is?

    • I have not purchased yet, due to jumping on so many bargains during the last 2 weeks of December, so I am still just doing laps around the mattress. I think the chance of it going any cheaper are a long ways off though.

      • +1

        Yes, but no point buying discounted item, if it's not going to suit your needs (with the exception of Eneloops and Xiaomi Powerbanks)

        And by that I refer to its comfort.

        Most of the reviews I have seen have to do with how amazing it is to unpackage it.
        Those that do mention comfort are either too brief or too verbose like it was coming from the supplier themselves.

  • +1

    We just bought one sight unseen. I paid over the phone at 2.30, the thing was at my door less than 1 hour later. I haven't spent a night on it, but it seems really good. I like a firm mattress and this thing does me fine. Side edge/wall is understandably not as stiff as a spring one, but it doesn't need to be. You lie on it and only where you lie moves. Partner disturbance is zero; awesome.

    I queried them on the 120 day trial. If you don't like it, they will send a courier and donate to a charity. Then you get a 100% refund.

    Paid $1000 for a king

    • 120 day trial is great! Thanks for your feedback.

      • Yes it's great.

        But I'd rather trial a bed which is reputed to be comfortable which would then reduce the risk of having to bother with storing existing mattress, unpacking new mattress and trialling it, only to have to organise a courier for the return.

        You have to wonder how cheap these are to actually manufacture if they can just give it away like that. And yes I understand that the alternate sales comment is that they are super confident of their product.

        • Well they are just foam mattresses. I suspect that's why they can be made so much cheaper.

  • +1

    After a bit of research, I found the following differences:

    Made in Australia.
    Free express delivery in Australia and free 4-hour delivery in SYD, MEL & BRIS.
    When you buy a Koala Mattress you’ll also be adopting a real live Koala in a partnership with the Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie.
    From their website: "The Koala mattress contains three unique layers of technologically advanced, modern polyurethane foam which has 30% less VOC's than foam made by other processes. All of our comfort layers have the "Good Environmental Choice Label" and are GECA certified. The unique K-4 Comfort Layer has our famous Zero Disturbance technology that can't be found in any other mattress. Combined with our lively base and hybrid support layer, your body weight will be distributed perfectly throughout the mattress.
    It comes with a 120 night sleep trial where they come collect your mattress for free, issue you a full refund, and donate your refurbished mattress to an Aussie charity.
    Independent reviews can be found here: http://www.productreview.com.au/p/koala-mattress.html

    Made in Australia.
    Mattress made in Open-Cell Latex, Visco Elastic Contouring Memory Foam, and High Density Polyurethane Support Foam.
    It's designed to support up to a total of 200 kg, and up to 115 kg on one side.
    The company donates 1% of their profits to the Launch Housing charity organisation.
    From their website: "We require all our suppliers to have ISO 14001: 2004 certified environmental management systems in place to ensure they're not producing products for us at the cost of the environment. Our foam is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Class 1 certified."
    Free 1-7 day delivery Australia wide.
    It comes with a 100 night sleep trial where they come collect your mattress for free, issue you a full refund, and donate your returned mattress to a local charity.

    Made in China.
    Mattress made in premium latex, high-density gel memory foam and ultra high-density support foam.
    From their website: "All the foams in the Ecosa mattress have environmental certifications that ensure they are safe and non-toxic. Our gel memory foam and base support foam are SGS certified. Our top latex layer is Class 1 OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified."
    Free 1-7 day delivery Australia wide - comes in a box with wheels for functionality.
    It comes with a 100 night sleep trial where they come collect your mattress for free, issue you a full refund, and likely donate your returned mattress to a charity.
    Independent reviews can be found on: http://www.productreview.com.au/p/ecosa-mattress.html

    The Casper/Leesa mattresses are made in the USA and they're similar to the Greywing, however these aren't available for shipping to Australia.

    Hope this helps! I'm going to buy myself a Koala mattress.. And I'll update you later how it goes 🐨

  • Looking at their information on their site. It seems that it is just foam mattress, perhaps with pocket spring underneath. Features seems to fit foam materials if you look past marketing terms. Adopting Koala is a nice touch though, but otherwise Koala seems to be made of cheaper materials compared to other brands with latex or memory foam layers.

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