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Noa Mattress Singapore Review

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I’ll take you through the three mattresses in the Noa Mattress Singapore range, giving you my opinion on their structure, features, and value (and which one I’d buy for myself).

Spoiler alert: I think Noa is one of the best mattress in a box brands in the Singapore market, and you’ll soon be agreeing with me.

All Noa mattresses come with free shipping, a 100 night sleep trial, and a (longer than standard) 15 year warranty.

Together we’ll cover:

  • Side By Side Comparison Of All Noa Mattress Singapore Options
  • Detailed Information On Each Mattress
  • Which One I’d Buy
  • Comments From Real Customers (Don’t Just Take My Word For It That Noa Is Great)
Best Budget Option
Noa Lite Staged sg
Noa Lite
4.7/5
  • Prices From $599
  • Most Budget Friendly Option
  • Firmest Of The Range – Best Suited To Back Or Stomach Sleepers
  • 2 Foam Comfort Layers
  • 6 Layers Total
  • Hand Tufted Finishing
  • Quality Coil Support Core Encased In Protective Foam 
  • Unusual To See Quality Touches Like Tufting & Core Encasing At This Price Point
Best Seller
Noa Staged sg
Noa
4.8/5
  • Prices From $699
  • More Plush Than The Lite – Best Suited To Most People (Side Sleepers, Combo Sleepers, Etc)
  • 3 Foam Comfort Layers, Including Cooling Latex
  • 7 Layers Total
  • Hand Tufted Finishing
  • Quality Coil Support Core Encased In Protective Foam
  • Best Seller Of The Noa Range
My Pick
Noa Luxe Staged sg
Noa Luxe
4.7/5
  • Prices From $999
  • Similar Firmness To Noa – Suits Most People
  • 3 Foam Comfort Layers, Including Innovative Bamboo Charcoal Infused Latex
  • Extra Comfort Layer Of Micro Coils (My Favourite Comfort Material)
  • 8 Layers Total
  • Hand Tufted Finishing
  • Ergonomic Zoned Coil Support Core Encased In Protective Foam

Noa Lite Mattress

Noa Mattress Singapore - Lite

TLDR: great quality for a cheap price. silky soft cover, cooling memory foam and pocket coil support. the firmest of the Noa range due to less foams

  • Price range: $599 – $899
  • Hand tufted tencel knit cover. What does that mean? Hand tufting is a quality feature that shows attention to detail and helps hold your mattress together. Tencel is a plant based fiber with a silky soft feel. this is a nice mattress cover.
  • First foam layer: a thin layer of gel memory foam. This is designed for contouring and cooling, the memory foam responds to your body weight while the gel beads draw out heat.
  • Second foam layer: a thicker layer of transition foam: this is a high density foam designed to act as a buffer between the memory foam and the coils, and also helps minimise partner disturbance.
  • The support core of the mattress is pocket coils (individually wrapped springs) encased in foam. The foam encasing is another quality feature that helps ensure the durability of your mattress, and I’ve seen waaay more expensive brands omitting this vital durability feature.
  • The sides of the mattress cover also features that soft tencel fabric with hand tufted finishes, which is something not all brands offer around the sides of the mattress and almost certainly not at this price point. Again, this helps the mattress maintain its shape.
  • Because there are just the 2 foam layers inside the Lite, it’s the firmest of the Noa range and is my recommendation for back and stomach sleepers.

Noa Mattress (The Original Best Seller)

Noa Mattress Singapore - Original

TLDR: the original mattress that elevated Noa to its popular status and the “mid range” model of the mattresses. Has a cooling latex layer and thicker memory foam than the lite. Has a more universally comfortable, slightly more plush feel than the Lite

  • Price range: $699 – $1099
  • Like the Lite, the Noa also features that beautiful hand tufted tencel knit cover. What does that mean? Hand tufting is a quality feature that shows attention to detail and helps hold your mattress together. Tencel is a plant based fiber with a silky soft feel. this is a nice mattress cover.
  • First foam layer: a thin layer of latex. Designed for pressure relief, bounce AND cooling, it’s the perfect layer to have directly under the cover, particularly in a country like Singapore where you want cooling mattress layers as close to your body as possible. Latex is well known for being one of the best cooling foams.
  • Second foam layer: gel memory foam. This is the same foam as in the Noa Lite, but it’s a thicker layer, adding to the more plush feel. This layer is designed for contouring and cooling, the memory foam responds to your body weight while the gel beads draw out heat.
  • Third foam layer: a thicker layer of transition foam: this is a high density foam designed to act as a buffer between the memory foam and the coils, and also helps minimise partner disturbance.
  • The support core of the mattress is pocket coils (individually wrapped springs) encased in foam. The foam encasing is another quality feature that helps ensure the durability of your mattress.
  • The sides of the mattress cover also features that soft tencel fabric with hand tufted finishes, which is something not all brands offer around the sides of the mattress and almost certainly not at this price point. Again, this helps the mattress maintain its shape.
  • Firmness: the Noa has an additional foam layer and a thicker memory foam layer than the Lite, which gives it a more plush feel. You’ll get a bit more contouring and softness here but you won’t miss out on support. The firmness rating of the Noa is suited to most people, including side sleepers.

Noa Luxe Mattress (My Top Choice)

Noa Mattress Singapore - Luxe

TLDR: this is my favourite of the Noa range because I think it’s got the most features for your money along with that universally comfortable plush feel of the Noa. Here you get a layer of microcoil support AND zoning in the core of the mattress for a truly luxury sleep experience.

  • Price range: $999 – $1599
  • Like the others, the Noa Luxe also features that beautiful hand tufted tencel knit cover. What does that mean? Hand tufting is a quality feature that shows attention to detail and helps hold your mattress together. Tencel is a plant based fiber with a silky soft feel. this is a nice mattress cover.
  • First foam layer: a thin layer of gel memory foam (like the first layer of the Lite and the second layer of the Noa). This layer is designed for contouring and cooling, the memory foam responds to your body weight while the gel beads draw out heat.
  • Second foam layer: latex. Unlike the latex in the Noa, the latex you’ll find in the Luxe has been infused with Bamboo and Charcoal. This really ups the performance of the latex, increasing its ability to cool, draw away moisture, and repel odours.
  • Third comfort layer: this is my favourite feature of the Noa Luxe. You’ve got micro coils! These are very small individually wrapped springs (like what you usually find in the core of a mattress but smaller). Noa markets them as providing “advanced comfort” and having slept on a microcoil mattress myself, I 100% agree with them.
  • Fourth layer: the same transition foam you see across all Noa mattresses. This is a high density foam designed to act as a buffer between the comfort layers above and the support core below. It also helps minimise partner disturbance.
  • The support core of the mattress is zoned pocket coils (individually wrapped springs) encased in foam. The Luxe is the only one of the range to feature zoning, which means softer coils around your pressure points (shoulders, hips) for optimal spinal alignment and comfort. It’s a really nice feature. The foam encasing is another quality feature that helps ensure the durability of your mattress.
  • The sides of the mattress cover also features that soft tencel fabric with hand tufted finishes, which is something not all brands offer around the sides of the mattress and almost certainly not at this price point. Again, this helps the mattress maintain its shape.
  • Firmness: the Noa Luxe has a universally comfortable feel, much like the Noa. However, you’re going to get more targeted support thanks to those microcoils and the zoning in the core. I think this mattress is going to feel amazingly comfortable and is pretty hard to beat.

Why I Like Noa Luxe The Best

  • Still amazing value for money even though it’s the most expensive of the three
  • I LOVE the microcoils, they’re my favourite type of mattress comfort layer
  • The bamboo and charcoal infused latex is a nice feature
  • The zoned support coils are the ultimate in core cupport

Comments from real customers based in Singapore

Don’t just take my word for it, here are some examples of reviews from real Singaporeans who are loving their Noa Mattresses:

Noa Mattress Reviews