Full Ecosa Mattress Review

A proper mattress is essential for excellent back health. Finding the ideal mattress that will  provide you with a good night’s sleep necessitates  both the proper support and the right level of comfort.

There are numerous things that can cause back pain and influence how you sleep, but a good mattress has been shown to make a difference. On the other hand, if you have a poor mattress, you might be dealing with serious back pain and sleep problems.

Fortunately, there are many companies that offer the best of both worlds – comfort and eco-friendliness. One of these is the Ecosa mattress. In this in-depth Ecosa mattress review, you’ll learn everything you want to know about this amazing product.

Ecosa Overview

Ecosa

Ecosa was formed with a single purpose in mind: to improve everyone’s sleep. Ecosa mattresses are made in China, with the majority of the materials coming from Germany. Ecosa manufactures one mattress, which is their main and flagship product, as well as the following items:

  • ergonomic memory foam cushions
  • mattress toppers
  • silk pillowcases
  • bamboo sheets

The Ecosa mattress is a memory foam mattress with three layers of foam. Its stiffness can be adjusted by rearranging the layers, making it a mattress that can actually adapt to match the comfort of all types of sleepers. As an extra advantage, the Ecosa mattress is waterproof and highly dust mite resistant.

Sizes, Dimensions & Weight

Size Dimensions Weight
Twin 75"L x 39"W x 10"H 42 lbs
Twin XL 80"L x 39"W x 10"H 46 lbs
Full 75"L x 54"W x 10"H 59 lbs
Queen 80"L x 60"W x 10"H 77 lbs
King 80"L x 76"W x 10"H 84 lbs
California King 84"L x 76"W x 10"H 82 lbs

What Does the Ecosa Mattress Feel Like?

The Ecosa mattress will have a different feel to you depending on the way you arranged its layers. In the default medium setting, you will get to enjoy the support and comfort of the G-7 memory foam layer.

In the medium-firm setting, with the Eco-Tex layer on top, it is similar to lying on a latex mattress. You will feel cradled in softness but without feeling like you are sinking into the mattress. In the firmest configuration, with the high-density layer on top, you will feel really supported, particularly around your hips.

the shipping box

130 lb to 240 lb Average-Weight Sleepers

When it comes to average-weight sleepers, the Ecosa mattress should be pleasant in all sleeping positions. The medium-firm setup should provide support for side sleepers in particular.

In the medium and medium-firm configurations, back sleepers will get to enjoy adequate lumbar support, which can work wonders for lower back pain. Lastly, in both the medium and firm configurations, stomach sleepers will find that their spine is properly supported.

For Sleepers Weighing Less Than 130 lb

Back and stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds are recommended to choose a medium or medium-firm configuration for optimal spine support. Unfortunately, if you are a side sleeper, you might find the matters to be excessively firm.

For Sleepers Weighing Over 240 lb

The firmest configuration should be helpful for back and stomach sleepers who weigh over 240 pounds and experience back pain on a regular basis.

How much does the Ecosa Mattress Cost?

The company prides itself on having an innovative, but economically priced mattress that is truly perfect for all types of sleepers.

The bed is currently on version 3.0 and the team is continually working to improve it.

The Ecosa mattress is priced above average.

While still competitive, the higher cost is likely due to the superior quality materials.

The company sources their own raw materials, thereby ensuring consistent quality as well as a responsible supply chain.

Although you will be paying a bit more for this bed, but it also comes with an above-average warranty and a plethora of five-star reviews.

The prices are as follows:

SizeRegular PriceDiscounted Price
Twin:$600$400
Twin XL:$650$450
Full:$750$550
Queen:$850$650
King:$950$750
Cal King:$950$750

Ecosa Mattress Construction (Material & Quality)

Ecosa Materials

Ecosa works with a variety of foundations, including adjustable bases. Moreover, it can be placed directly on the floor.

There are two different covers manufactured by this brand. The first is made of a soft polyester that can be detached, and machine washed. The second, dubbed Waterproof German Tech protection, is designed to withstand moisture from perspiration, as well as make the mattress less appealing to dust mites.

 The mattress’s three separate layers can be rearranged to change its firmness.  The mattress in its medium configuration is discussed in the next section of our review.

 

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Firmness

5 firmness

In its medium-firm configuration, we gave this mattress a ⭐ 5 on our firmness score, which rates mattresses on a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being the softest and 10 being the hardest.  The medium-firm configuration should be the most adaptable one , as it works with a wide range of body types and sleeping positions. However, if you prefer sleeping on a firmer mattress, you can always rearrange the layers.

Ecosa is the world’s first mattress that can be adjusted to three firmness levels – medium, medium-firm, and hard.

Motion Transfer

Ecosa’s motion isolation is what drew our attention to it, and it performs wonderfully in this area, particularly in the medium configuration. The foam traps motion at its source and stops it from spreading to your partner, ensuring that both of you have a good night’s sleep.

Edge Support

In comparison to other mattresses, this one was pretty average. When sitting or lying really close to the edge, you may feel a bit of compression, but the firmer base should be able to support you as you sleep.

Temperature Control

Most memory foam mattresses have poor temperature control due to their construction, but Ecosa offers great air circulation by making use of a smart pin core hole pattern throughout its layers.

Maintenance & Durability

If a company didn’t believe in its goods, it wouldn’t issue a 15-year warranty, and Ecosa does this for a reason. If properly cared for, their mattresses can last a very long time. You won’t even have to worry about maintenance much, but do not use high heat to dry the mattress’s organic TENCEL detachable cover. High temperatures are likely to ruin the fabric.

Ecosa in a room with yellow headboard

The inside of the cover is made of fine German microfilaments, which are capable of preventing moisture from getting into the inner layers of the mattress, as well as repelling dust mites.

It is worth noting that, due to its distinctive design, the Ecosa mattress is not flippable. If need be, you will have to adjust it by rearranging its layers.

Warranty and Trial Period

This is, in our opinion, one of the mattress’s most significant features. Ecosa, like many other mattress manufacturers, provides a sleep trial period during which you can check out the mattress and decide whether or not you want to keep it.

The Ecosa sleep trial lasts one hundred nights, providing you with plenty of time to see if you like the product. If you don’t, you’ll get a full refund, and your mattress will be donated to charity.

If you decide to keep your mattress, you will be covered by Ecose’s 15-year warranty. If any faults or unusual sagging appear during that time, you will get a free replacement. All you have to do is contact Ecosa’s customer service.

This warranty begins on the date of delivery of the bed and lasts until the end of 15 years from that date.

It covers the following defects:

  •  Deterioration  which causes the bed to have a visible indentation greater than 1 inch, as long as that indentation or sag has not resulted from use of an improper or unsupportive foundation as described in the Ecosa FAQ.
  •  Any physical flaw  in the mattress that causes the foam material to split or crack, as long as the mattress has not been handled improperly.
  • In respect of the  mattress cover only , any manufacturing flaw in the zipper assembly or the fabric of the mattress cover. As noted below, a flaw in respect of the mattress cover alone will not entitle you to a replacement Ecosa mattress, just the cover itself.

Additionally, it covers any workmanship defect in the cover of the mattress, including stitching unraveling and fabric tearing.

Review Summary

According to our research, Ecosa is the world’s first mattress that can be adjusted to three firmness levels – medium, medium-firm, and hard. The Ecosa mattress’s unique structure makes it adaptable, but is it really suitable for everyone?

Every mattress is different and has its own unique set of features. The Ecosa mattress is quite stiff, even in its softest setting. But again, that’s how it is made – to be supportive yet provide cushioning in the correct areas.

However, that is not really the case when it comes to people who weigh less than 130 pounds, as such weight will not generate enough pressure to activate the comfort layers, making the mattress feel stiff and uncomfortable. Due to that fact, we believe the Ecosa mattress is an ideal choice for people who weigh 130 to 240 pounds. People who are dealing with back, hip, and shoulder pain, in particular, will benefit from purchasing the Ecosa mattress, as its ergonomic design provides superior spinal support.Ecosa in a showroom

Who Is the Ecosa Mattress for?

Here’s a quick rundown of who the Ecosa mattress is likely to please.

  •  The ones in search of a firm mattress. Ecosa provides more support than the majority of mattresses, as it is pretty firm. In addition, that firmness does not take away from its comfort.
  •  People who weigh 130 to 240 lb. As previously stated, almost any type of sleeper will enjoy one of the three softness configurations that the mattress has to offer. The medium-firm and firm settings may be preferable for stomach and back sleepers, while the medium setting may be preferable for side sleepers.
  •  Those who want adjustable firmness. Ecosa is a great product to purchase if you’re unclear about how firm you want your mattress to be.
  •  People who experience back, shoulder, or hip pain. The mattress provides plenty of support and pressure relief in these particular parts of the body.
  •  Kids. If you have children that are growing quickly, this mattress could be an excellent choice! Even if your child’s preferences regarding their bed’s firmness might change with time, you will still be able to adjust the firmness levels, saving money in the long run.
  •  Value-seekers. When compared to other bed-in-a-box brands, Ecosa is less expensive and provides its clients with a better warranty and extras, such as the mattress protector.

Is Ecosa Worth it?

The Ecosa mattress is made of high-quality foams and includes features like adjustable firmness, a waterproof liner, and a washable cover. When compared to other mattresses with similar specifications, this mattress is very reasonably priced and feels really comfortable.

In addition, this mattress is pretty firm, even when adjusted to the softest setting. In fact, it may end up being excessively firm for many side sleepers, which is a concern of ours. Your impression will, of course, differ depending on your body type, preferred sleeping position, and personal preferences.

To sum up, we give this mattress an overall rating of ⭐ 4.5 out of 5 stars.


Sam Fisher

Sam Fisher

Head of Content

Sam is the Head of Content at Mattress Guides and an experienced mattress enthusiast. She is in charge of the company’s blog, but you can also follow her reviews and guides that are written with much passion.

Updated at March 28, 2022