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Sleep Republic mattress vs Noa mattress

Noa, or Sleep Republic? They're both hybrid mattresses, but which is better?

Choosing the right mattress can make all the difference in your quality of life. You spend almost half your life in bed, so ensure you do some due diligence before selecting a sleep surface. As with any big purchase, it pays to compare competitors.


At Sleep Republic, we're so confident of our mattress that we're happy to show how it stacks up with against other brands. For example, Noa mattresses also use hybrid technology with both springs and foam layers. But does that mean they're of the same quality? Read on to find out more.


At least 100 night guarantee

Free shipping

Hybrid Technology

Australian Company

High Definition Springs

Cashmere knit cover

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At least 100 night guarantee

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Free shipping

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Hybrid Technology

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Pocket Springs

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Cashmere knit cover

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High definition springs for better support while you sleep

At Sleep Republic, we've spent years perfecting the best possible mattress in a box. That's why we've been awarded Bed Buyer's best mattress for two years running. But what about our competitors? Do they offer a similar level of quality?

At first glance, both Noa and Sleep Republic mattresses can seem similar. They both use foam and springs in their construction. But in terms of technology and materials, there are some key differences. 

Delightfully soft cover

Knitted cashmere fabric covers are unparalleled for softness. Our team at Sleep Republic has ensured that this wonderful fabric is in use on our mattress. Noa uses a Tencel lyosell blend.

Edge support

Special edge support technology on the Sleep Republic mattress keeps people more secure on their bed through the night. Noa mattresses do not offer this feature. For those who tend to toss and turn in their sleep, there's one clear winner.

More pocket springs for more support

Putting springs in a mattress is one thing — but getting it right is another thing entirely. The Noa queen mattress has a spring count of 638. The Sleep Republic queen, on the other hand, has a whopping 1,850 springs. That's almost 3x the spring count, for a peerless level of support. More springs means less partner disturbance.

A mattress that breathes

In Australian summers, it's important that your mattress features natural fabrics that can breathe. Sleep Republic mattresses boast a layer of natural latex.

The comfort of foam

Noa and Sleep Republic mattresses both make use of foam. Foam is a great material for improving the softness and comfort of a mattress, and for alleviating pressure on sore spots.

Airflow enhancement

A Sleep Republic mattress won't overheat like other brands. We use airflow enhanced 3D spacer fabric for panelling.

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High definition pocket springs

The difference between pocket springs and high definition pocket springs is similar to the difference between old analogue TV and high resolution widescreen digital television. Except instead of more pixels providing a better picture, our beds have more springs providing better support.

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A proudly Australian company

Sleep Republic is a true blue Aussie company, making mattresses that are designed for our unique climate. Sleep Republic is an Australian owned company, and the Sleep Republic mattress is proudly designed in Australia. Noa is an international company based in Canada..

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Don't love it? Return it

We offer a 100 night trial, with a full refund. If, for whatever reason, you don't love your high definition Sleep Republic mattress, just let us know and we'll give you your money back.

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Exquisite softness

The cover of the Sleep Republic mattress is cashmere knitted fabric. It's durable, easy to clean, and as soft as soft can be.

Frequently asked questions about Sleep Republic mattress vs Noa mattress

When it comes to quality materials, Sleep Republic is unmatched. Let's take a look at the pillow top cover. Sleep Republic uses a high quality cashmere knitted fabric. In comparison, Noa uses Tencel lyocell, which is a type of rayon. Our solution is far more comfortable and less irritating for nightly sleeping.
No. Sleep Republic is owned and operated in Australia, where we also design out mattresses. Noa is owned and operated in Canada.
Some mattress brands have separate sleeper zones — modular zones of firmness that can be changed by the customer. These separate sleeper zones are often poorly designed, leading to degradation of the mattress in sometimes less than a year. This trend is reflected in customer reviews of modular sleeper zone mattresses.

Fortunately, neither Noa nor Sleep Republic mattresses have separate sleeping zones. However, Sleep Republic mattresses are superior to Noa mattresses in terms of construction. Noa mattresses have no pocket springs. Their foam and latex design can quickly degrade and sag, especially around the edges.

Sleep Republic mattresses have up to 2,250 pocket springs to give the perfect sense of comfort in every zone.

Free trial for 100 nights

Reading is all well and good, but nothing compares to experiencing the Sleep Republic mattress first hand. If within 100 nights you decide that you don’t love the Sleep Republic mattress we will give you a full refund.

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Easy to buy online

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Free shipping wherever you are in Australia

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Begin the 100 night free trial

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If you don't love it, get your refund

		
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