Eva vs. Sleeping Duck

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A foam/micro-spring design with bounce and body-shaping support.
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Selective sleepers love this customisable foam/spring hybrid design.
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Pricing

Price of Double
$
750
$
750
$
650
$
1099
$
1099
$
1049
Price of Single
$
550
$
550
$
450
$
799
$
799
$
749
Price of Queen
$
850
$
850
$
750
$
1349
$
1349
$
1299
Price of King
$
950
$
950
$
850
$
1449
$
1449
$
1399
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Review

Rating
●●●●●
4.4
/5
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4.5
/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.
Customisation is the key to Sleeping Duck's success. Customers can choose between two firmness levels, and then switch up layers if it's not suitable. It's easy to contact the customer service reps and ask for a firmer or softer layer. Plus, all their foam are Australian made and any foam layer or mattress you return is donated or recycled.
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.
Easily, the weakness of this mattress is the price. Almost every size is several hundred dollars higher than the average foam design in our index. There are a few mattress with similar price tags, but this is one of the more expensive hybrid models. Below, we explain how the Sleeping Duck's construction and materials contribute to the cost.

Materials

Year Established
2017
2014
Inner Layers
Memory Foam, Natural Latex, Micro Springs, Support Foam
Gel Memory Foam, Natural Pinhole Latex, Support Foam
Cover Material
-
Bamboo Fabric
Dimensions (Queen)
203cm x 152cm x 31cm
203cm x 153cm x 30cm
Available Sizes
Single, King Single, Double, Queen, King
Single, King Single, Double, Queen, King

Perks

Warranty Length
12
years
10
years
Sleep Trial
120
nights
100
nights
Free Shipping?
Yes
Yes
Free Returns?
Yes
Yes

Meta Rating

User Rating
4.8
/ 5
4.8
/ 5
Popularity Rating
1.0
/ 5
3.5
/ 5
Affordability Rating
5.0
/ 5
1.0
/ 5
Trial Rating
4.7
/ 5
3.7
/ 5
Overall Meta Rating
4.4
/ 5
4.5
/ 5
No. of Reviews Analysed
112
2452
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Last Updated —
December 13, 2017