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$150 off Eva Mattress (Queen $750, King $850) @ Eva

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Looks like EVA is having their annual EOFY sale off mattresses.
Free next day metro delivery.
120 night trial.
12 year warranty.

After the $150 off:

Single - $450
King Single - $550
Double - $650
Queen - $750
King - $850

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    How do they compare with Koala?

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      More nights to trial. I have one and like it a lot.

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      Obviously Koala are terrible. I would never buy a Koala.
      I was planning on buying a Sleeping Duck though… Do these compare well?

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    Koala is foam only.

    Eva has springs.

    Bought an Eva a few months ago … very happy.

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    I notice this has a distinct top and bottom, meaning it can't (or doesn't need to) be flipped over. Is that a good thing?

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      Looking at the cutaway on the choice website (membership required) I would say that it must be a good thing having a specific top and bottom .. there are various layers of different foams and thicknesses .. to repeat these layers on the other side of the springs, the mattress would be too thick! Lol

    • +1 vote

      you rotate these types of mattresses every 3 months, no flipping.

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    How are the edges? Found a lot of the mattress in box collapse on the edges

    • +2 votes

      The edges don’t seem to collapse, they fill out really well. The mattress itself is really supportive, you kind of sink in, but it’s also firm… If that sounds appealing you should like it.

    • +1 vote

      I just sat on the edge of my Eva to feel .. no different to the usual Sealy mattresses .. I think they put some firmer foam or springs on the edges to give support.

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        thanks

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    Has anyone tried both Sleep republic & Eva to compare? Need a mattress by Friday and can’t decide between these two. Eva is super tempting at this price.

    https://sleeprepublic.com.au/mattress/

    • +1 vote

      Eva is the way to go .. there's not many pocket spring options.

      I'm super happy with mine .. looking forward to falling asleep in my Eva in a few minutes .. just wish Eva was with me.

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        Both Eva & Sleep republic are hybrid mattresses (foam + springs).

        • +1 vote

          Yes.. sorry I just kinda meant for that cheaper price point there are many that are not pocket spring.

          Sleep Republic scored 77% on Choice test.

          Eva scored 71%.

          The length of the springs is 20cm in both.

          They look very similar construction in the cutaway photos on Choice.

  • +2 votes

    That "Choice Recommended" badge given to Eva Mattress was for 2020.
    They've just completed another test on 8th June 2021 and it's no longer recommended and came in at 10th out of 38 mattresses at 71%.
    1st place was "Emma Comfort" 81%, 2nd Emma Original Mattress 78%, 3rd Sleep Republic Mattress 77%, 4th Snooze Madison Rockefeller 76%, all recommended.

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      Emma is a foam mattress.

      Sleep Republic is a pocket spring mattress like the Eva.

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      Choice downsides if the Eva are pretty irrelevant ..

      •  Advertised firmness does not match test results.
      •  Grip handles are quite far apart which can make it difficult to move, even with two people.
      •  Free pickup during free trial period unavailable in some rural areas. Customer pays return fees in this instance.

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      https://www.emma-sleep.com.au/ have they just not bothered updating? it says 2020 recommended on the emma website?

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    I had one of these and decided to return it. It was overly warm and gave me lower back pain which I've never had from a mattress before. I'd recommend trying out foam mattresses in store before ordering. Returning the mattress was a bit of a hassle.

    • +1 vote

      Eva is not a foam mattress but pocket spring mattress.

      I'm sensitive to sleeping warm .. I've had no issues when using a cotton mattress protector .. same as my Sealy mattresses in terms of the heat whilst sleeping.

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        There is a lot of foam sitting above those springs; a few layers of different types…

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          Looking at the top 6 pocket spring mattress on Choice with the cutaway photos .. Eva is similar to the rest with the spring length and foam. Actually Eva has 20cm springs whilst the $5000 Sealy had 19cm springs. A few others were 16cm length of springs.

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      What was this issue with returning it?

  • +1 vote

    Had my Eva mattress about 3 years now and its been great. No issues with the sides collapsing.

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    We have a sleeping duck firm (mine) and eva mattress (kids bed). I sleep equally on both and would say both are very comfortable.

    The sleeping duck edging appears to be better made/ less collapsible. Having said that Eva is much better value.

    Don't forget $20 cashback on shopback.