This was posted 2 years 6 months 23 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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45% off Emma Sleep Mattresses (Single $484, Double $572, Queen $616, King $704)


Says its for Labour Day sale - 45% off and use the referral code and get an extra $50 off.
Seems good deal as they often have only 40% off.
100 nights trial and 10 year warranty.
Looks like they take Zip pay too.

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$50 coupon for referred member ($290 Min Spend). $50 rebate for referrer paid to bank account (once 100 day trial is complete). Referrer must contact Emma to claim rebate, you will need to ask the referred member for their order number to claim (AFTER the 100 day trial is complete).

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  • +1

    I bought a king single mattress from Emma last month, the quality of the mattress is not good, the foam in the mattress is NOT "slow spring back foam", just the normal foam and very smelly. I've three Tempur mattresses and one Winkl mattress. To be honest, Tempur mattress is the best.

    • I'll have to buy a new bed and mattress and was going to ask if this Emma is good. I'll check Tempur out.
      How about Ecosa?


      • I believe Ecosa, Winkl and Emma using same type foam, "non-slow spring back foam", so they are in the same tier. I guess Ecosa should be slighty better than Emma.
        However my super king Winkl Lux matress cost $1600, it's more expansive than Emma and I can confirm the foam quality of Winkl Lux is much better than Emma.
        I will return my Emma because the poor quality.

        The Tempur super king mattress cost me $5000, it's the only one has slow spring back foam, manufactured in Danmark but too expansive.

      • sleeping on my ecosa now, its been great the past few months. just the right level of firmness for me. i think its a personal thing though, thats why the reviews tend to be so varied.

    • I echo this comment in that Tempur is the best (if/when money is no obstacle), but purely at a price point Winkl, Emma and Ecosa are all around the same. We tried Emma but returned it (we found it unbearably horrible; inconsistent foam/lumpy, incredibly hard) and replaced it with a Winkl - much happier (just not as good as the Tempur we had - but easier to justify the cost). The good thing is they have risk free trial periods - so easy/no risk to just try it and see :)

  • +1

    Bought one of these during the last deal and am pretty happy with the quality. It feels quite firm at first, but is actually really comfortable. At the price, it's hard to beat.

    • Yes, at the price, it's acceptable.

  • Just putting for others to decide based on old comments

  • Is the king size actually a super king in NZ?

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