Not comfy and too hot
After 8 months of use, the mattress no longer offers sufficient support. My hips sink into the layers of foam overnight. The mattress became too soft within the year of purchase.
Purchased in October 2020.
Too hard and not supportive
According to endless research and reading countless reviews, I decided to try Macoda.
I found it too hard even on the "soft" setting. I've started developing shoulder pain because there is no support. Like sleeping on a rock.
I'm a front and side sleeper. Even sleeping on my front my ribs started to hurt due to how firm this mattress is.
I'm tossing and turning all night which is even more exhausting because of the 'quicksand' type feeling on the "softer" setting.
Going back to my old store bought mattress (which is a "medium" pocket coil hybrid, which is so much softer and supportive).
Purchased for $1,100.
Terribly uncomfortable - avoid if you don't like very hard mattresses
I wish I hadn't bought this mattress; it was nothing but agony for the over 28 days that I had to wait until it could be returned. My experience right from the start was horrible, and it never got any better. For me, the firm setting is diamond-hard, there's no discernable difference on the medium setting, and the soft setting is hard like concrete - there was just no softness to this bed at all. It took me over an hour each night to get to sleep, trying to find any semblance of comfort, and I would wake up after an hour or so in agony, and una...ble to get back to sleep until I went to sleep on the couch (which is not designed for sleeping). I didn't get one full nights sleep the entire 6 weeks I had this mattress. 3 massages and hours in the hot springs couldn't alleviate the pain I felt from sleeping. If you like a mattress that is very firm, then this might suit you, as plenty of other reviews would suggest many people like it. However, if you prefer something with some give and an element of softness, then I wouldn't recommend this at all. The returns process was also painful - it took 4 days to even acknowledge my refund request, and then the process is dependent on when the Salvos can come pick the mattress up - this happened 2 weeks after I made my return request. I got my refund about a week after the salvos has picked it up. When Macoda actually respond to an email request, they're quite helpful, but overall I didn't find the experience a positive one.
Purchased in April 2019 for $1,050.
Questions & Answers
Hi, this is my 3rd night sleeping on my new Machida mattress. Mostly it feels like a cloud but my hips and ribs feel like they're hitting the springs. It really hurts, I've woken both mornings feeling bruised. Could this just be me getting used to a different mattress? I'm not a tiny girl at around 90kg, but I didn't expect this. I want to love it so much. Has anyone else felt this? Oh I have flipped it to firm, to see if that helped but it's the same issue. Thanks.
Hey Stacey! Thanks for the question :)
Part of your experience could well just be an adjustment period (some people adjust quicker than others) however, you shouldn't be able to feel the springs. Shoot us an email at email@example.com and we'll work through it with you to see what's going on exactly and work out how best to help you!
On delivery what firmness is the mattress?
I know you can flip the inner foam, just want to know what its on when delivered
Hey Mandy! The mattress arrives in the medium configuration :)
I bought a macoda mattress in September I love it. I am moving interstate and want to know f it can be compressed and boxed up again?
Great to hear you're loving the mattress! Unfortunately once they've been taken out of the box we can't re-compress them. An alternative option in your case might be to unzip the top layer and move the components separately. You should be able to roll up the foam inserts and the bamboo cover to make things easier :)
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