Save $200 on King (now $1199) & Queen (now $999) Mattresses @ Sleep Republic

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Searching for EOFY mattress deals and saw this Sleep Republic sale - great reviews online & our neighbours recently bought one & rave about it, especially the firm edge support.

Product details:

  • medium/firm feel
  • composition: high definition pocket springs,cashmere knitted fabric, gel infused memory foam & natural latex
  • pocket spring count: 1850 (Queen) 2250 (King)

Includes free delivery + 100 night free trial

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    ZZZ atelier.

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    I ended up going Eva as they were a few hundred cheaper and mostly the same. Can buy some tencel sheets to go with it and still cheaper than this.

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      Thanks OnlinePred - these 2 brands are very comparable. I've added Eva to the final consideration list!

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        I have a $125 recommendation code for Eva so if you choose to go that way later let me know if you are interested.

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    Also try Tempur, they are around another $1000 more but probably the best mattress around. Spring mattresses will eventually be phased out I think.

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      Thanks for the recommendation, clubhonda

      We haven't considered a Tempur mattress since sleeping on one years ago at an Airbnb - my husband found it uncomfortably hot & too firm.

      Just has a look at the Tempur website & surprised at range now available, they even have a hybrid mattress with springs!. I'm impressed with the customisation available re: mattress depth & they're available to try in-store too!

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      You think? Foam mattresses have been around for ages, still only take up a tiny share of the sales. If anything online mattresses in a box will take over big companies like tempur/sleepy as they are often half the price.

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        I don't think your numbers are correct. I did a bit of search and spring mattresses while still having the biggest share (33%), predominantly sells in the lower range of the market. Foam mattresses have a significant share of the market too. In fact Tempur - Sealy is now the world's largest mattress company according to Wiki.

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          Of course Sealy is the largest lol, everyone buys them because they sell them in all stores. They also rip customers off, and have been playing customers by jacking prices up for a long time. They release the same mattress under different model names and ask different prices. I would never touch a Sealy. The same explanation falls for Sealy Tempur, it's the most in your face foam mattress, as it's in stores everywhere. Koala mattress at less than half the price has received better reviews across professionals and is less than half the price. Foam mattresses are not suited to all applications, which is why they will never take over spring sales. Foam is too hot and stuffy, many don't like the feel of it. It's why there are pocket spring mattress with large areas of foam on them which provide most of the benefits of foam but also with added airflow for hot climates. So what I was getting at, the only thing that will get old and be replaced is your typical brands like sealy who trick people into paying more.

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            @OnlinePred: I don't know much about Sealys but I have a Tempur mattress and it is without doubt the best mattress I have had. I've also tried koala but returned it after two weeks as it was too hard and I had a zzz which gave me a lot of aches. The Tempur was the only mattress that properly relieved all the pressure no matter what posture I was in. I'm in Victoria so heat is not an issue, if anything, I still have 2 layers of ultra down to keep warm!

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    Highly recommend Sleep Republic. We’ve had a Queen on the marital workbench for around a year, and just added a double to the guest room bed. Much softer than a Koala, and the pocket springs give it a ‘mattress’ feel. We tried the Koala full time for about a month but never got used to the all foam composition.
    As a returning customer, I asked live chat whether they’d throw in a set of the bamboo sheets ($180) and to my surprise, they said yes without hesitation!
    Never tried Zzz, I already find the SR ‘high’, and from memory the Zzz is even taller. It creates some weird angles.

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      Thanks so much for the personal rec Nelgsta.

      Great going with the bonus bamboo sheet set too!

      I know what you mean about 'high' mattresses as ours have always been > 30+ so we're used to it. We didn't check the mattress depth when we bought the ZZZ Atelier firm mattress for the guest room which is only 23cm & doesn't go well with 40cm wall fitted bed sheets so we had to add a topper.

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