King Koil Chiro Flex 5 Medium – What are the best mattress brands in Australia? Check out some popular brands to see which brands are the best…and the worst!
Whether it’s a car, a washing machine, or a mattress, the brand of a product often influences our decision. If we associate a particular brand with quality or value, we are more likely to choose that product. Similarly, if we associate a brand with low or unfamiliarity, we are less likely to buy it.
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Are we just victims of good marketing and advertising when it comes to product brands? Which mattress brands are the best? We’ve cut through all the noise, and ranked Australia’s most popular mattress brands and manufacturers.
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Comfort Sleep Bedding is a family owned company that has been manufacturing mattresses for over 30 years. You can find Comfort Sleep mattresses at bedding retailers such as Beds N Dreams and Focus On Furniture. They also supply mattresses to leading Australian hotels such as the Crown and the famous Star Hotel in Sydney.
After witnessing the craftsmanship during a tour of the Melbourne factory, it was clear that Comfort Sleep products are first class. A perfect example of this is the Neoluxe Vantage Silver, which was awarded Mattress of the Year in 2019.
Chiropedic is a family owned, Australian made company and one of Australia’s best mattress brands. They have been producing Australian made mattresses for almost 30 years and their products are of the highest quality, and offer great value.
Their award-winning Yinahla range includes outstanding products such as Yinahla Classic Comfort, and Yinahla Visco Flex. These mattresses easily compare to luxury mattresses at double and triple the price. Having tested the entire Chiropedic range, we are very comfortable in rating them as one of Australia’s leading mattress brands.
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Sleepyzzy is a family bedding company established in Melbourne in 1956. Sleepyzi mattresses can be found in many major bedding retailers such as Fortiwinks and Amart Furniture, making them accessible to most Australians.
Sleepyzi produces the elegantly comfortable Silent Partner range by Fortywinks as well as the state-of-the-art Orthokinetic range by Immort Furniture. Perhaps one of their standouts is the Orthokinetic Signature Monarch Ultra Plush, which we named one of the best luxury mattresses of 2020.
The Original Mattress Factory (OMF) is a well-established Australian bedding retailer and brand. They have a good range of mattresses which are generally good quality and good value.
With around 50 stores in Australia, The Original Mattress Factory has two of the best mattresses on the market, St Tropez and St Barth. Both are beautifully made, comfortable and surprisingly affordable.
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Sealy is one of Australia’s most popular mattress brands. You can find Sally’s mattresses in many retail bedding stores such as Harvey Norman, Forty Winx, Snooze and Freedom. The problem is that their mattresses are not very convincing. Sealy seems to stick with spring systems that feel weak and unstable, causing significant partner concern.
Plus, their comfort layers aren’t as comfortable as other brands we’ve tried. A good example of this is the Sealy Posturepedic Elevate Tribute to Snooze. This mattress feels unstable, and retails for $3299 – more than cheap. After testing several Sealy mattresses, we found several other brands to be better in terms of comfort, support and value.
For example the Silent Night London mattress range is a more comfortable alternative than most of the Sealy mattresses we’ve tested.
Sleepmaker is one of Australia’s most established, well-known mattress brands. Sleepmaker products are manufactured by Comfort Group, a major player in bedding and foam production. Sleepmaker mattresses are available at many retailers such as Harvey Norman, David Jones, Myer, and Sleepies to name a few.
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Despite their strong brand presence, we found SleepMaker mattresses to be pretty average, and clearly overpriced. We’ve tried several that have a ‘cheap and seasonal’ feel, for example BedsRU’s Sleepmaker Hillier 4. It retails for $1799, and it feels basic and unimpressive.
Temporary mattresses are made from ‘memory foam’, also known as ‘visco-elastic’ foam. This means that Tempur mattresses do not have springs like traditional mattresses. This gives Tempor mattresses a unique, dense and ‘fluffy’ feel, which closely molds to your body.
Temporal mattresses can be found at major bedding retailers such as Forty Winx, Snooze, and Harvey Norman. Temporary mattresses are quite expensive, and in our opinion, overpriced.
If you like the feel of Tempur mattresses, we’ll try the Ergoflex Mattress first, which feels the same as many Tempur mattresses and comes with the benefit of a 30-night free trial period.
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A.H.Beard is an Australian made and owned bedding company that has been manufacturing mattresses for over 100 years. They have several facilities in Australia and one in New Zealand. AHBeard produce a range of products, not known as their ‘King Quill’ range, which are available in major retailers such as Forty Winks, Harvey Norman, and Domayne.
They are reasonably priced but we got some negative feedback about durability. That being said, Harvey Norman’s King Coil Chiro Superb range may be one of our favorite A.H.Beard products.
IKEA is synonymous with affordable, ‘ready to assemble’ furniture. Their amazing showrooms have everything you need for your home, including a range of relatively affordable mattresses. They may look attractive in an IKEA showroom environment but we wouldn’t hesitate to say that their mattresses are just plain cheap and dirty.
Some of their ‘popular’ models, Hovag and Hammarok, typify their range. Both feel cheap, weak and uncomfortable. Despite their nice looking stores, we recommend staying away from IKEA mattresses.
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Many of the other box mattress products we’ve tested outperform all IKEA mattresses. Here are the top 10 mattresses in a box in Australia in 2020.
So there you have it! An honest review of some of Australia’s best mattress brands and manufacturers, and some of the worst. Just remember to comment below or contact us if you have any questions about your mattress purchase. We are always here to help!
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King Coil mattresses, featuring our new Reflex Technology, support your body, regardless of your size, shape or sleeping position.
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Perfect for couples, Reflex responds to each sleeper independently, so you get the support you need without disturbing each other.
When AH Baird introduced the King Quill in 1980, they were the first chiropractic-approved mattress in Australia. To date, King Coil is the only Australian mattress collection recommended by the International Chiropractic Association.
A.H. Beard mattresses are the only ones approved by the National Asthma Council to carry the Sensitive Choice Blue Butterfly symbol. This is your guarantee of long-term protection against dust mites and their allergens, mold and bacteria – so you can breathe and sleep well.
Each spring within our King Coil mattress is encased in its own fabric pocket. This minimizes the transfer of movement in the mattress, meaning your sleeping partner is less likely to be awakened by movement.
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What should you look for when investing in a mattress? As bed makers with over a century of experience, we believe it comes down to these six essentials, which create the best conditions for healthy, restful sleep.
Even without sheets, the mattress should feel good against your skin. King Quill’s sensational stretch knit fabrics and luxuriously comfortable layers create a luxurious first impression that is repeated every time you sleep.
As you sit, the Aero Comfort layers gently hug the curves of your body, helping to reduce pressure, prevent discomfort and keep you relaxed from dusk to dawn.
As you sleep, King Coil’s innovative Reflex Support System adapts to the size and weight of your body, providing individualized support. The only sleep support system recommended by the International Chiropractors Association, Reflex will help you feel refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to live your best life.
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If you suffer from asthma or allergies, the sensitive option with the blue butterfly symbol assures you of long-term protection against mold, bacteria, dust mites and other allergens. You will find this in every King Coil mattress.
The independent pocket spring of the Reflex Support System absorbs the movements of other people in your bed, helping to reduce partner anxiety and prevent premature awakening.
To help keep you cool on warm nights, our artisans selected AeroQuilt, AeroWeb, and AeroFoam+ technology to encourage airflow and heat dissipation.
From firm to plush and from value to luxury, there’s a king coil mattress that’s perfect for you.
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