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Ecosa Mattress Review

Written by

Ben Trapskin

As a prominent authority in the mattress industry, I have meticulously analyzed and assessed countless mattresses, sheets, pillows, duvet inserts, comforters, sleep gadgets, and adjustable beds. My insights and evaluations are grounded in both my extensive personal experience and valuable customer feedback. Drawing on my exceptional expertise and industry knowledge, I have conducted thorough and comprehensive assessments of these products, providing unparalleled insights and guidance to consumers seeking the ultimate sleep experience. My unyielding commitment to quality and excellence in this field has established me as a trusted and respected voice in the mattress industry.


The Ecosa mattress is a 3 in 1 mattress where you get 3 levels of firmness by unzipping and flipping the inside layers. It’s easy to do and gives your mattress added versatility for when you want to go softer or firmer depending on how your body feels. There are now a fair amount of customizable mattresses on the market but the Ecosa is an affordable option that has a unique feel that should appeal particularly well to stomach and back sleepers.

Overview of the Ecosa Mattress

You can order the Ecosa direct from their website. Shipping takes about 5 business days. This mattress comes with a 100-night trial and a 15-year warranty. If you don’t like your mattress within the 100 night period, Ecosa will return it. No need to pay for return shipping either.

The Ecosa will come in a box like the one below.

This is what it looks like out of the box. It comes roll packed in plastic.

Ecosa Out of the Box

Here’s a brief video overview of the mattress. I have it set to the out of the box configuration.


How Much Does the Ecosa Mattress Cost?

Below are the current prices of the mattress and the prices with the $100 discount as listed on their website.

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Construction of the Ecosa Mattress

Below is a nice graphic created by Ecosa to show how their mattress is made. What stands out with the Ecosa among some of the other brands is that it has a waterproof inner cover that keeps the mattress clean so really you don’t need to use a mattress protector. You can clean the outer cover of the mattress by just unzipping it.

Ecosa Mattress ConstructionMy Ecosa Mattress Findings

This is a 3 in 1 mattress. To illustrate how easy it is to adjust, take a look at the video I made showing how to configure the mattress. You will also get a look at the inside of the mattress including the waterproof inner cover.

Also, the bottom of the mattress has little dots that help the mattress stay put on your bed.

zipper ecosaSince this mattress can be configured 3 ways it’s best to show you what you can expect with each firmness level.

First off is the G-7 memory foam layer which is the blue color foam on top. This is actually 1 of 2 medium firm options. Ecosa doesn’t have a soft option. Of the two medium options, I found this one to be just a little softer.

Next up is the ECO-Tex Layer which is basically the other side of the G-7 layer. This is also a medium firmness. You can’t really tell by the pictures but I felt like I sunk in just a little more with the G-7 layer.


Last is the Ergonomic HD Breathable Support Layer. This is the firmest of the 3 by far and probably best suited to stomach sleepers. As you can see the ball just rests on top of this layer.

You can also see with the firm layer that there are channels cut into it. This helps with breathability.


The video below shows how each layer reacts.

Here are some quick videos showing motion transfer on each layer. Basically I didn’t find any issues at all with motion transfer being an all foam mattress.

Here’s the HD Breathable Support Layer

Here’s the G-7 Layer

And this is the ECO-Tex Layer

My Ecosa Recommendation

If you are looking for a firm mattress with no motion transfer that sleeps cool and can be adjusted, this mattress is right for you. The G-7 and Eco-Tex layers are still firmer than most of the medium firm mattresses I have reviewed and the HD layer is definitely firm. I really like the built-in mattress protector underneath the cover. No need to buy a mattress protector. I highly recommend this mattress to stomach and back sleepers that like a firm mattress or anyone that likes a firm mattress with no motion transfer.

Learn more about the Ecosa Mattress.