Eva vs. Ergoflex

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A foam/micro-spring design with bounce and body-shaping support.
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Pressure-relieving comfort and contouring support from industry pros.
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Pricing

Price of Double
$
750
$
750
$
650
$
1049
$
1049
$
787
Price of Single
$
550
$
550
$
450
$
799
$
799
$
599
Price of Queen
$
850
$
850
$
750
$
1149
$
1149
$
862
Price of King
$
950
$
950
$
850
$
1399
$
1399
$
1049
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Review

Rating
●●●●●
4.4
/5
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4.4
/5
The Good
Eva's strength is its hybrid design. The combination of foam and springs creates a "comfy" feeling unmatched by all-foam mattresses. While some customers worried the springs would be too bouncy or uncomfortable, their fears were replaced with sweet dreams. Eva's innovative design is perfect for customers afraid to commit to an all-foam or all-spring mattress.
Ergoflex's best quality is its contouring memory foam. This high-density foam hugs sleepers and helps relieve pressure. It is less responsive than latex or poly-blend foam, offers great support, and is ideal for people struggling with soreness or joint pain. Plus, this company has been in business since 2006, making it an industry leader that can live up to its warranty.
The Bad
Eva's micro-springs are small enough to prevent major motion transfer. However, a spring design will always allow more movement than a full foam mattress. While several customers say their partners are not disturbed when getting out of bed, the motion will depend on your sleeping habits, total weight, and partner.
While the Ergoflex provides good support, it can be too firm for some customers. Those with back pain may need this firmer feel, but other sleepers find the dense foam too hard. Keep in mind the mattress has body-shaping contour, but it may not be enough if you enjoy a pillowtop or sinking feel.

Materials

Year Established
2017
2006
Inner Layers
Memory Foam, Natural Latex, Micro Springs, Support Foam
Viscoelastic Memory Foam, Cool-Sleep™ Airflow System, Support Foam
Cover Material
-
Tencel Woven
Dimensions (Queen)
203cm x 152cm x 31cm
152cm x 203cm x 23cm
Available Sizes
Single, King Single, Double, Queen, King
Single, Long Single, King Single, Double, Queen, King

Perks

Warranty Length
12
years
10
years
Sleep Trial
120
nights
30
nights
Free Shipping?
Yes
Yes
Free Returns?
Yes
Yes

Meta Rating

User Rating
4.8
/ 5
4.7
/ 5
Popularity Rating
1.0
/ 5
3.0
/ 5
Affordability Rating
5.0
/ 5
1.5
/ 5
Trial Rating
4.7
/ 5
1.0
/ 5
Overall Meta Rating
4.4
/ 5
4.4
/ 5
No. of Reviews Analysed
112
1422
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Last Updated —
December 8, 2017