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Sleep Republic vs Hugo

Between Hugo’s mattress and the Sleep Republic mattress, which is the best buy?

Online companies can make some pretty outlandish claims. To make the right purchase, it helps to have all the facts laid out, plain and simple. For example: Which is the right pick between Sleep Republic’s mattress and the Hugo mattress? Which has the better cover, better comfort, better support, and better warranty?

See for yourself the differences between the Hugo foam mattress and the Sleep Republic hybrid mattress that features both foam and springs.


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3D spacer fabric panelling

High-density pocket springs

Hybrid mattress

Cashmere cover

12-year warranty

Edge support

Endorsed by Spinal Research Foundation

Sleep Republic

Yes

Yes

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Yes

Yes

Yes

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Yes

Yes

Hugo

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Yes

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No

No (polyester blend)

No

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At least 100 night guarantee

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

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Sleep Republic

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Koala

Yes

Hybrid Technology

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Pocket Springs

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Cashmere knit cover

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

12 year warranty

Sleep Republic

Yes

Koala

No

Our added layers add comfort and support

Some mattresses, like Hugo, are predominantly made from one kind of mattress technology. In Hugo’s case, it’s foam. At Sleep Republic, we’ve built a hybrid mattress, bringing together the best of multiple mattress types. This way, our mattress has the advantages of springs and foam and none of the disadvantages.

Treat yourself to cashmere

Sleep Republic uses cashmere: an especially soft kind of wool, prized for its opulence, breathability, softness and durability. Hugo uses a polyester blend instead.

Support around the edges

Foam mattresses and even normal spring mattresses can start to sag around the edges. But the Sleep Republic mattress has added edge support.

HD pocket springs

Hugo’s mattress doesn’t have any springs, but our mattress has a whopping 1850 individual springs in a queen size, providing 5-zone support while you sleep.

Natural, renewable latex

In hot Australian summers, mattress airflow can be a real issue. Without the circulation of a latex layer like the one in our mattress, you may find yourself in a sweaty situation.

Foam with NASA technology

Developed by NASA, our memory foam is out of this world. The foam layer adds remarkable comfort.

Unique 3D panelling

With Sleep Republic’s 3D panelling, you get better airflow in your mattress and improved comfort on hot nights. The panelling on a Hugo mattress is more flat and conventional.

A soft cashmere cover

There are few surfaces in the world as soft as our cashmere knitted fabric cover. It is a natural, breathable, glorious material. Ecosa, on the other hand? They use polyester.

An edge that won’t sag

The springs surrounding our mattress’s edge are high tensile to stop sagging and prevent you from rolling off the bed. HappySleep’s mattress does not provide edge support due to the lack of springs.

High-density springs

A higher spring count maximises support. While an average mattress might have 800 springs in a queen size, at Sleep Republic, we have 1850 individual pocket springs.

Natural and renewable latex

Our latex layer is natural, renewable and serves a practical purpose as well. The latex on our Sleep Republic mattress regulates airflow and makes Aussie summers less sweltering.

Quality memory foam

With our memory foam (developed by NASA), you’ll get comfort and relief from a material that contours to your body.

Enhanced airflow

Other mattresses might make you feel hot and sweaty on summer nights. But with Sleep Republic’s 3D spacer fabric, airflow is enhanced. Eva, on the other hand, has more conventional flat panelling.

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Foam and springs, together at last

Hugo has a foam mattress. While foam is useful for comfort, it isn’t without some drawbacks, like a propensity to sag and a lack of support. With Sleep Republic, we have spring and foam layers for both comfort and support.

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The security of a 12-year warranty

The Hugo mattress has a 10-year warranty. The Sleep Republic warranty is even longer: 12 years of guaranteed mattress excellence.

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Trial our mattress for 100 nights

We offer a 100-night trial on our mattress. If, for any reason, you’re not convinced that the Sleep Republic mattress is right for you, return it for a full refund. Hugo also has a trial but is for a shorter period of time.

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Can you cope without cashmere?

Hugo uses a polyester blend in their cover. Polyester is a synthetic material derived from petroleum and can trap heat. It can also aggravate respiratory conditions due to higher toxicity and VOCs. Sleep Republic, however, uses soft, durable, natural cashmere wool instead.

Frequently asked questions about Sleep Republic vs Hugo

The Hugo mattress does not have springs. Rather, it has several foam layers. The Sleep Republic mattress, however, combines foam and springs to produce a hybrid mattress that delivers an incredible night’s sleep.

They are. With both mattresses, you order them online, then they are delivered, in a box, to your door.

The Sleep Republic warranty is for 12 years. A typical number in the industry for warranties is 10 years — that is how long the Hugo mattress is backed for — but we are so sure of our craftsmanship that we’re happy to back the mattress for those additional two years.

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100 night free trial

It’s one thing to read about a mattress, and it’s another thing to really experience it for yourself. You can try the Sleep Republic mattress for 100 nights and, if you don’t love it, you can return it free of charge.

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