Design & Construction
In order to create the Emma Mattress, three layers of foam were used: a polyfoam layer, a layer of memory foam, as well as a final layer of polyfoam. A detachable and machine washable cover made of polyester & elastane protects the layers of material underneath it.
Material for the cover:
- Polyester (99 percent) and elastane (1 percent)
- Comfort Layer: This is the layer that you will be lying down in.
- Polyfoam 1.5′′ thick
- Memory Foam 2″ in Diameter
Three-dimensional mesh and Tencel fabric are used to construct the mattress’ outer cover. This cover seems to be of high quality and is obviously well ventilated. This permeable cover should not only improve baby breathing but should also aid in the control of the child’s body temperature.
This cover is also detachable and machine washable, making it simple to maintain it looking its best. The cover can be removed with relative ease, and the zip mechanism is sturdy and smooth.
This cover protects Ecosa’s woven NestflowTM Core, which is constructed of food-grade polypropylene and is a key component of the Ecosa system. Neither latex nor adhesives are used in the construction of its inner core. This is in contrast to the majority of conventional cot mattresses, which rely on innerspring or foam for their primary support structure.
This braided core is made up of two distinct sections. You can change the hardness of the mattress as your child develops, making it the first ‘adjustable’ cot mattress we have come across.
The first (and denser) piece is the more solid of the two pieces of wood. This is intended to be put on top of your baby’s crib during the first few months of his or her existence. In order to provide a little additional comfort as your baby develops, you may layer the second (thinner) piece on top of the first one.
This nest core, like the 3D Mesh and Tencel cover, promotes great air circulation throughout the nest. It is also machine washable, which allows you to get rid of dust mites, allergies, and other germs from your home.
In the context of newborn health, this high degree of ventilation (as well as cleanliness) is very important. SIDS (Sudden New-born Death Syndrome) and poor infant health are both linked to risk factors, and this novel design may assist to reduce those risks to a minimum.
Firmness & Feel
The firmness of Emma Mattress:
The Emma mattress has had extensive testing and we can safely say that it provides a high level of support.
Generally speaking, it has a solid, comfortable feel to it:
We assigned it a firmness grade of 7.5 out of 10.
We are certain that it will benefit the majority of sleepers due to the fact that it offers a balanced degree of comfort throughout all of its layers of material.
With the Ecosa Cot Mattress cover & mattress core together, it is possible to provide an optimum mix of support & pressure relief for babies and toddlers. Based on our testing, our experts determined that it has a ‘firm’ feel, which is the hardness level that we suggest for babies. It is important to note that this mattress complies with the Australian Standard for Firmness (Baby Goods): AS/NZS 8811.1-2013, which is applicable to infant products.
Not unexpectedly, our experts assigned this mattress an 8.5 out of 10 firmness rating to it.
Sleeper Type Analysis
The Emma Mattress' two-layer comfort system is designed to conform to the curves of a side sleeper's body. When the sleeper moves, a 1.5-inch layer of polyfoam conforms to the shape of their body and quickly returns to its original shape. A 2-inch layer of memory foam follows, providing deeper cradling while spreading the sleeper's weight more evenly, alleviating pressure on the hips and shoulders. The firm polyfoam core helps to keep the mattress from sinking, and Adaptive Cut-out Technology provides additional support near the middle of the bed to help with spinal alignment.
Sleeping on one's back usually results in the spine remaining relatively well aligned; therefore, most back sleepers require a mattress that helps to maintain this natural alignment. Back sleepers frequently experience discomfort in the hips, which is one of the most common areas of discomfort. Mattresses that allow the hips to sink in too deeply are more common than mattresses that do not allow them to sink in at all. Either scenario has the potential to cause spinal strain. The Emma Mattress has two comfort layers that will allow the hips of most back sleepers to sink a little deeper into the mattress. In part, because the Adaptive Cut-Out Technology in the mattress core provides additional support near the middle of the bed, many back sleepers should be able to get the support they require to keep their spines in proper alignment.
Several studies have shown that the majority of people's body weight is concentrated around their midsections. This increases the amount of strain applied to the center of the mattress, which may cause it to droop. Extreme drooping around the hips and stomach may cause pressure on the lumbar area of those who sleep on their stomachs. The Emma Mattress is made up of two comfort layers that conform to the shape of the sleeper's body while also cushioning the bed's surface. This suppleness may be particularly appealing to stomach sleepers. The polyfoam core provides support, while the Adaptive Cut-Out Technology provides stronger reinforcement in the center of the bed to prevent sinkage around the midsection of stomach sleepers.
Body Type Analysis
Side sleepers of all weight groups should be able to achieve a comfortable balance between softness and firmness. Individuals who weigh less than 130 pounds may experience slight pressure buildup around their shoulders and hips due to Emma's medium-firm feel, but this is unlikely to be significant. Stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds should be provided with enough support to assist in maintaining their spines in proper alignment.
Side sleeper who weigh more than 130 pounds may find themselves sinking in more than they would like near their shoulders and hips. Stomach sleeper who weigh more than 130 pounds may find that their hips sink more deeply into the mattress. This is particularly true for those who carry most of their weight in the center of their bodies. Back sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds should be able to find the best balance of support and cushioning in their mattress
Sagging around the hips is more common in those who weigh more than 230 pounds, making it more difficult for stomach sleepers to maintain optimal spinal alignment in these individuals.
Both mattresses have their advantages and disadvantages. As a client, it is ultimately up to you to make your final choice. Purchasing a mattress is an investment that will last a lifetime; thus, make an informed choice. Don’t be concerned! In any case, we have your back and will be there to assist you no matter what choice you make.
Ecosa Mattress and Eva Mattress have their respective pros and cons. Therefore, it is for you to decide which mattress to choose. To get a better idea about these products, refer to their respective reviews available on our site.
Frequently Asked Questions
What goes into making the Emma mattress?
Emma is made up of three distinct layers. The open-pore cell structure of the Airgocell® foam (1.5 in) allows for comfortable air circulation while keeping you cool, even on hot evenings. Visco-elastic memory foam (2 in) provides optimal pressure relief and conforms to your body's contour. The cold foam (8 in) serves as the mattress's foundation and support.
How does the Emma mattress get delivered?
The Emma mattress is rolled and vacuum sealed in the last stage of production. The item is then placed in an elegant box that measures 19x19x42 inches. We mail FedEx right to your front door throughout the continental United States.
How does the Emma mattress get delivered?
We at Emma think that experiencing the benefits of your new mattress takes time, therefore we recommend sleeping on it for a few weeks to see the difference. We give you the opportunity of risk-free testing Emma for 100 nights. If the Emma mattress isn't right for any reason, we'll pick it up and give you a complete refund, no questions asked.
Is the shipping service provided by Ecosa free of charge?
They ship promptly and at no additional charge across Australia for your convenience! You may find out when your items will arrive by just entering your address on the internet; in certain metropolitan locations, same-day delivery is possible.
Is there a discount for referring a friend to Ecosa?
They do provide a special discount specifically for referring your friends: just get your unique code and share it with your friends, and both of you will receive a year of ecosaperks for free if they purchase a mattress from them. If you place another purchase after that, you'll be eligible for even greater discounts!
Is there a welcome offer from Ecosa that I should know about?
When you join up for Ecosa's newsletter, you'll get a fantastic welcome offer in your email inbox. When you join up for their membership, you will get a $200 discount on mattresses and bed bases, as well as a 20 percent discount on everything else. If you would like additional information or to take advantage of this great offer, please visit the Ecosa website.
What is the most effective method of obtaining a discount at Ecosa?
Ecosa discounts are available in a number of different forms. For mattresses, pillows, toppers, and other products from Ecosa, visit their coupon section on their website to save money on your purchase. You may also join up for their email list to get exclusive offers and promotions. To conclude, keep checking our website for the most up-to-date Ecosa coupons and deals.