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    Mattresses which have their manfucacturing costs cut-down and then marketed back the consumer as being "better". Is what is messed up in today's world for matteresses.

    https://youtu.be/_z8eCDN48T4

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      Check out their reviews!

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      Well I paid $1500ish for a conventional mattress (that was with the usual sharp discount you can expect on mattress store pricing) and the latex was stuffed on it within a couple years. Not to mention it created non stop fine white dust.

      Spent less than half of that on my Koala mattress and it is still kicking on over two years later with only very minor indenting of the foam.

      Then don't get us started on the unique model for each store chain that the conventional manufacturers do…

      There's a reason why bed in a box companies are shaking up the bedding industry and that's because the bedding industry was a complete joke.

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    Is this a joke? I bought a real mattress for not much more than this

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    Will they still accept it back with the love stains ? Asking for a friend

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    This sounds like an ad

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    conventional mattresses still win my spendings, I have a Tempur adjustable for reading room and Seally in all other bedrooms and worth my money

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      What makes them worth it?

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      Let's get something straight, a bed that comes in a box is not an inherently positive design trait.

      It's usually only in a box so that you can (a) ship it cheaply if made O/S, and (b) post it out cheaply once it gets here.
      That's it.

      The major negative is that the moment you compress it, is the same moment you start destroying it.
      Whether it's springs or foam or latex, the material will be compromised, and if you compress it long enough it won't recover.

      Also anything that comes in a box will have a compromised design, simply as it has to be compressible.
      No butterfly springs or similar at the edges, and no springs of a type that cannot be compressed over periods of weeks/months.

      So i'm with you @webtherapist, conventional mattresses will almost always win hands down.

      AngryChicken
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        meh the comfort many o us have found in these beds seems to counter the need for all those springs

        The con I feel, will be that these foam beds will need t be replaced more often.

        Conventional beds are based on old technology, based on a time when materials were more basic, its basically using centuries old thinking but using modern materials…

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    Look, great offer and all… But I can only offer $50 for this. Deal?

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    Satisfaction guaranteed in this bed?

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    shmahoo 6 min ago new
    Satisfaction guaranteed in this bed?

    Associatedmybedreview 5 min ago new

    You bet

    Get a room

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    lol here for the comments

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    any mattress that says 100 days money back guarantee is basically free.

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    I’ve read a lot about Koala, zzz atelier, and this.

    Nothing however about Ikea mattresses. They too are cheaper than most brands you buy in a shop (basically their most expensive costs as much as a Koala) and they offer double layer springs (apparently better support).

    They too also offer 365 days satisfaction warranty, but I think you can only return them and get a different mattress type.

    Any experience with them anyone?

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      Well, we've had Ikea mattresses and overall have been pretty happy. We've had the firm Hovag model, and it's not bad. It's pocket spring with a layer of material at the top AFAIK it's just some sort of cushioning, so not a latex topped mattress basically and similar to a normal mattress. There are only two options, firm or medium firm, which I found to be quite soft in the store.

      Yes, you can only return them for either another mattress or a store credit (which can be used for something else), but you can't get a refund unless there is something wrong with it.

      We had a much more expensive mattress from (I think) The BedShed, which was around $1400, I can't comment on everything that The BedShed sells but I can tell you that mattress was absolutely awful. It had a latex topper which was horrible, and separated from the other mattress material and also sunk in several spots, and of course, the warranty did not cover any type of disinformation of the latex layer. We ended up throwing it away.

      There's something to be aware of IMO with Ikea mattress though. When we bought our recent Hovag, I asked the sales assistant in the mattress area (not sure how critical or relevant that is, but one assumes that they would know what they're talking about) if the latex layer is covered by their warranty and I was told no. So, we bought the mattress without any latex and thought if we ever want that feature we can buy one of the separate latex mattress toppers later on. This might have changed, or we might have been misinformed, but it was enough for me to not want to get the more expensive mattresses.

      The other thing about Ikea mattresses, for what it's worth is they have a 25-year warranty. I would think that largely Ikea considers that most people wouldn't bother to return their mattress after 25 years, or have probably forgotten their receipt, but I guess it sort of gives an indication that they have confidence in the quality of their product?

      Anyway, hope that helps. Also, I'd suggest with Ikea to start out with a less expensive mattress and then if you feel it necessary to go up from there as you can't get your money back, but you can get a store credit.

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        Thanks! I’ll be heading to ikea tomorrow to try them all out. I’ll ask about the warranty, but I have a feeling that the latex top won’t be covered as you said, since that’s pretty standard with mattress warranties.

        Their most expensive one (HIDRASUND) costs $1,000 for a king size and has the latex top as you said. Interestingly, it weighs 80kg!!! The one model down costs $800 (HOKKÅSEN) and the one below it $600 (HYLLESTAD). They both have a double layer of springs (large at the bottom and smaller ones at the top) but both have memory foam tops, which I don’t like as it’d get too warm. The HAMARVIK costs $400 but only has a single layer of springs (btw it’s the only one from the above that comes in a roll).

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          I have heard that ikea falls at the bottom of the memory foam mattress scale. Apparently the foam is not as dense and the size of the mattress itself not conventional.

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          @stormii:

          Their King Size is what Ikea calls European King Size, which AFAIK is King width and Queen length.

          But, I have a feeling, though I could be wrong, that their other sizes are standard?

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          @Jawanzar:

          Standard Australian sizes are that king and queen are the same length.

          Queen Size 153 cm x 203 cm
          King Size 183 cm x 203 cm
          Super King Size 203ccm x 203 cm
          https://www.the-pillow.com.au/resources/bed_sizes

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          @Yola:

          Oh, fair enough. Thanks for the clarification Yola :)

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          @Jawanzar: When I was researching memory foam mattresses I came across a couple of posts that said the mattress was slightly to long and a little to narrow for their standard base.

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          @stormii: Oh ok. Do you mean the Ikea mattresses were a bit too long and a little too narrow for the standard bases? If so, I'm not really sure anymore. :/

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          @Jawanzar: Yes

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          @stormii:

          So, according to the Ikea website (for a Queen size mattress), in the Hovag model, the size is 202 x 152, and according to this website the standard Australian bed size is ever so slightly larger at 203 x 153. So theoretically an Ikea mattress should fit on a standard bed.

          I think I'm not contradicting my own previous comments about the mattress sizes, but anyway. Hopefully an Ikea mattress will fit onto a normal bed, should someone not want to buy an Ikea bed base, but wants an Ikea mattress.

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          @Jawanzar: I really can't debate it, I just read a review, the fact I have to go to Ikea in the middle of the boondocks or pay an exorbitant fee to have it picked, packed and delivered also factored into my decision to reject the Ikea offering.

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          @stormii: You know you no longer have to go to a store, right? You can buy online and have it delivered for $49. Still heaps cheaper than other mattresses of equal/inferior quality.

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          @autocader: Delivery now only costs $9, providing your mattress (probably a single foam or other size topper?) weighs less that 14kg https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/400892

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    I bought one yesterday due to a surprise family visit. Quick summary:

    • Mattress arrived within 4 hours of ordering (we are an hour north of Brisbane).
    • The 'flip thing' is a bit of a gimmick. I can't feel any difference between both sides (and it's too thin to matter anyway).
    • Mattress seems fine. My MIL (who is using it at the moment) loves it and wants to replace her regular mattress with one.
    • The free pillows are decent enough.
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    Aldi mattress and zzz atelier are cheaper than this.

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    How is it different from Single $149 Double $199 Queen $249 King $299 @ ALDI?
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/374148

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    I dont know why all the hate for this type of mattress, I have no idea about this brand, but I have never slept better than on my Ecosa mattress. I can't afford to buy $3000 mattresses, they may be better, but I haven't found an inner spring under a grand as comfy as my memory foam.

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      Agree! We are happy with our ecosa!

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      The question is how durable are foam mattresses? It seems the are fantastic for a couple of years and then lose the shape, soften and sag hence no longer comfie and need replacing. I am not talking from personal experience and only what I have read. They can also be hot to sleep on. Curious to know how others have travelled after say 3 years in with their foam mattress.

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      Where you see hate I see debate.

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    Memory foam was invented by NASA, 'nuff said :)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_foam

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    The mattress industry is one that I'm very pleased to see disrupted. If anything deserved to be blown up it's that one.

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      Yes, there is so many layers of BS is the mattress market.

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    Any trusted review sites for mattresses?

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      Product Review and Whirlpool. And here, of course. I know all 3 have many glowing reviews of zzz atelier mattresses. I always see how many reviews/posts someone has made and in the case of PR whether they are certified purchaser. You can also look at eBay, reviews are only able to be made by people who have purchased the product.

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        I was bribed to give a positive review of my mattress on Product Review- OneBed- with the offer of a free latex pillow. Then the mongrels didn't pay up.

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          Then just adjust your review noting this and point this out.

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          I once posted a positive review on eBay for a purchase (not a mattress) and was offered $15 off my next purchase. I was asked to post a review also on Product Review but the discount was mine in any event.

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