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Koala Mattress - up to 25% off for EOFY

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EOFY2020

Koala Mattress are doing a EOFY sale for those who are looking. They are very popular "in a box" mattresses which have a quick delivery and a great return policy (3 months).

Seems like it's 15% for most items like mattresses and bed bases and 25% for a few selected sofas.

Examples
Queen $892.50 (down from $1050)
King $1062.50 (down from $1250)

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Referee gets 10% off first order. Referrer gets $50 credit after referee makes $500+ purchase.

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  • +3 votes

    Just a warning based on my experience and my experience only: these are absolutely terrible mattresses. Don't waste your money.

    • +4 votes

      I had the same thing. Felt like it would be super-comfy. But turned out to be the only mattress I've ever used that cave me awful back ache in the morning. Had to make use of their returns policy which was thankfully straightforward enough.

      • -1 vote

        Yup I'm getting the feeling that most of these 'pocket spring' and bed-in-a-box set ups are good for about 3-6 months before they become spongey crap and start to ruin your back.

        Probably only good for little kids or small adults.

        • +1 vote

          They are koala mattresses. Wouldn't they be too small for even little kids?

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      They just make them super soft, to feel "good", but they aren't supportive at all, and you will feel it in your back after 6 months.

    • +3 votes

      Based on my experience I disagree. 2 years in and ours is still great. We went from a good quality (fairly new) queen double to a Koala king double and found it super comfortable.

      • +1 vote

        I've had mine exactly 4 years this week, and am happy with it.

        I've often wondered whether a person's weight would impact the type of mattress that suits them best?

        Also, I do fit into the category of buyers that someone else wrote below "I feel like the good reviews of these foam mattresses come from people that are "upgrading" their 20 year old spring mattress."

    • +1 vote

      Couple years in with mine and I still really like it. I just read a choice article where they rate it as one of the best. They place it in the firm category which would suggest it's one of the more supportive ones.

  • +2 votes

    I haven't used the Koala mattress, but I've got the Eva mattress (similar company), and I think it's great. Maybe a little firm, but I get an excellent sleep on it.

  • -1 vote

    Virtue Signalling company - Hard pass

  • +3 votes

    I feel like the good reviews of these foam mattresses come from people that are "upgrading" their 20 year old spring mattress.

    • +2 votes

      Who isn't upgrading from an old and shit mattress? Isn't that when you upgrade?

  • +4 votes

    I love my Koala mattress - but on some items, this discount isn't as good as their existing, long running $150 off listed here on Ozbargain. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/520338

    For example
    Double mattress @ 15% off is now $142.50 off. I tried the $150 off code, and it still works instead (no stacking)
    Queen however is $157.50 off. Slightly better.
    King - $187.50 off

  • -2 votes

    Advertisement alone is enough to tell what type of a product it is. If it's too trendy, airheaded and aiming for the age group 15-30 you could almost be 100% sure it's a gimmick product. Don't think that sleeping duck crap is any better.

  • -2 votes

    Crazy business model of charging $1000 for what are normally $200 crap foam beds.

    • +1 vote

      You have no idea what you're on about.

  • +1 vote

    Hopefully Sleeping Duck follows suit….

  • +2 votes

    in the market for a new queen matress, prefer firmer side of things. have seen the ZZZ Atelier options on Ebay for around $350 which seems a low risk option even if it last a couple of years before sagging given the price. Koala is attractive just due to the return policy to me then theres the ~$600 Sealy options from the likes of Amart. Mattress shopping seems a bit of a all over the shop market, bit overwelming and hard to get a gauge of.