Ecosa, Napp And Winkl Comparison

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Ecosa, Napp And Winkl Comparison – A Guide To NZ’s Big 3

New Zealand has three all foam mattress-in-a-box options: Ecosa, Napp, and Winkl. Each has different characteristics and different reasons why one might be the best mattress for you over the others. In this Ecosa, Napp, and Winkl comparison post, I’ll give you a side-by-side overview of each, price breakdown, and give some buying recommendations to help you choose.

For even more detail, find out how each mattress compares with the other:

Napp Vs Winkl

Ecosa Vs Napp

Winkl Vs Ecosa

NappWinkl Ecosa
Price $800 - $1550 $90 - $2250 (Regular Discounts
$850 - $1550 (Regular Discounts
ProductsOne Mattress
Adjustable Bases
Two Mattresses: Winkl And Lux
Memory Foam Pillow
One Mattress
Range Of Bedding
Build3 Foam Layers, Exclusive
Hygroflex Foam
3 Foam Layers, Lux Has More
3 Foam Layers, Top Two Are
FirmnessAround 6.5 Out Of 10, Medium FeelAround 6.5 Out Of 10, Medium Feel7 - 8 Out Of 10, Firmest In The
NZ Market
Sleep Trial100 Nights120 Nights (Longest In NZ)100 Nights
Warranty10 Years10 Years For Winkl
15 Years For Lux
15 Years
NZ Owned?YesYesNo - Australian
NZ Made?Yes - Made In Auckland With Materials
From Australia
No - ChinaNo - China


  • All offer a sleep trial of more than three months
  • All offer at least a 10 year warranty (Winkl offer 15 on their Lux mattress)
  • All feature a three layer foam construction with two comfort layers and a polyfoam support core (you’ll find detailed comparisons of their construction in the “Vs” posts linked above)
  • They are priced similarly
  • They will deliver for free (returns are also free, don’t worry about having to get that mattress back in its box)
  • They make good use of cooling technologies inside their foams to help regulate your body temperature during the night


  • Napp and Winkl are NZ owned, Ecosa is Australian owned
  • Napp is made in NZ, Winkl and Ecosa are made in China
  • Winkl offer two mattresses, Napp and Winkl make one (click here to read more comparison of the two Winkl models)
  • Napp and Winkl are designed to be a universally comfortable medium feel, Ecosa is firmer
  • Ecosa is designed so you can switch the layers around to adjust the firmness of the mattress (but to be honest, it feels pretty firm no matter how you set it up), Napp and Winkl come in one configuration
  • In a Consumer NZ investigation of three Australasian mattresses in boxes (Napp and Ecosa were included, along with an Australian brand: Koala), Napp was found to be the most durable
  • Napp is the only one in NZ using Hygroflex foam inside its mattress (read more about why that’s special here)
  • They make different accessories to go with their mattresses
  • Ecosa make the biggest size range, followed by Napp


Napp WinklEcosa
Single92 x 188 x 25.592 x 188 x 25
92 x 188 x 30 (Lux)
91 x 188 x 25
Long Single92 x 203 x 25.5-91 x 203 x 25
King Single107 x 203 x 25.5107 x 203 x 25
107 x 203 x 30 (Lux)
107 x 203 x 25
Double138 x 188 x 25.5138 x 188 x 25
138 x 188 x 30 (Lux)
137 x 188 x 25
Queen153 x 203 x 25.5152 x 203 x 25
152 x 203 x 30 (Lux)
153 x 203 x 25
King168 x 203 x 25.5168 x 203 x 25
168 x 203 x 30
167 x 203 x 25
Super King183 x 203 x 25.5 183 x 203 x 25
183 x 203 x 30 (Lux)
183 x 203 x 25
California King-- 203 x 203 x 25

Price Breakdown

As mentioned above, there is always a deal going for each of these mattresses. Never pay full retail! My links will always make sure you can get whatever today’s best deal is. The exception here is Napp, they don’t run discounts but instead run an exceptionally competitive everyday price for their NZ made mattress.

Remember: Always
Get A Deal!
Napp RRPWinkl RRPEcosa RRP
Single$800Winkl $900
Lux $1200
Long Single$900-$900
King Single$950Winkl $100
Lux $1300
Double$1180Winkl $1100
Lux $1650
Queen$1250Winkl $1200
Lux $1950
King$1450Winkl $1300
Lux $2050
Super King $1550Winkl $1400
Lux $2150
California King-Lux Only, $2250$1550
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Which Is Better: Ecosa, Napp Or Winkl?

The answer is going to depend on YOU, there is no one answer. The great news is they are all much cheaper than mattresses from shops, without compromising on any comfort. In fact, they are great for your back. Here are my recommendations:

Buy Ecosa If: 

  • You want a firm mattress
  • You like to sleep on your stomach: a firmer mattress will be better for your spine because it will have more support through your hips
  • You weigh more than 150kg: you need a firm mattress to give you adequate support. Interestingly, if you buy a softer mattress, it can end up feeling too hard because you sink through the comfort layers and feel the support core of the mattress – this isn’t what you want, you want to feel well supported
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Buy Napp If:

  • You’re not sure what firmness you want
  • You share a bed with someone who likes a different firmness than you. Napp will be a better compromise
  • You like to sleep on your side: Napp will give you more pressure relief through your shoulder
  • You want to support local
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Buy Winkl If:

  • You want 20 extra nights in your sleep trial
  • You’re interested in the upgrades that come with the Lux mattress (I think this is a great mattress for its price, much better value than all the extras a big box store might try to charge for)
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