Organica Mattress Review

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The Organica mattress is a new memory foam mattress with an organic cotton cover. The mattress has a very interesting design and feel, and may be of special interest to those that want a somewhat more natural mattress.

You will love Organica if:

  • You like a firmer mattress – though the mattress appears fairly soft to the touch, it actually feels pretty firm when laying on it, definitely a little firmer than the average bed-in-a-box model.
  • You like the organic cover – the cover is completely organic, which will please the natural and eco-friendly minded shoppers.  The mattress isn’t completely organic, but it is a step ahead of nearly all mattresses in this price range.
  • You are looking for value – you can order your Organica mattress online, cutting out a lot of the middle men in the sales process and saving you money.
  • You like its unique design – the Organica definitely has a unique look that some may enjoy.

You may not like Organica if:

  • You want a soft mattress – Organica mattress is fairly firm
  • You do not like memory foam – many of my readers are taken by certain brands, but ultimately even if it’s a good memory foam mattress, you will not like it if you’re not a fan of memory foam.
  • You want an entirely organic mattress – Organica is one step closer, but not entirely organic.  Though at this price range I’m not aware of a mattress that is entirely organic, so expect to pay more if this is a priority for you.

Organica Mattress Review

My Experience

I had a good experience with Organica, the foam is definitely high quality, and the organic cover intriguing.  The mattress was a little firm for my taste, but I think for a person with this preference it could be a very good fit.  Only downside was the edge support, which was definitely lacking, but overall the mattress holds up against many of the online-only options in terms of comfort and support.

The Cover

The cover is made entirely of organic cotton, and has a very unique design.  It’s definitely one of the cooler looking mattresses I’ve tried, and very attractive to the natural-minded person.  Also, the cotton-ticking is quilted with memory foam, making the cover feel extra plush.

Organica Mattress Cover

Other things to note

  • You get a 120 day trial, where you can return the mattress for a full refund if it doesn’t suit your needs.
  • 5% of Organica profits are donated to charity.
  • The mattress didn’t sleep hot at all during my sleep trial
  • The mattress is 11 inches thick (most bed-in-a-box mattresses are 10 inches)

Final recommendation

The Organica mattress is an interesting take on the online-only business model (see our guide to buying a mattress online).  It’s not my personal favorite, but for the right person it could be a good option.  I do like the design and organic cover, but it was a little firm for my taste.  Let me know if you have any questions about Organica or other mattresses I’ve reviewed.

Organica Mattress
3.6 Reviewer
Pros
  • Features organic cotton cover
  • Generous donation to charity upon purchase
  • Unique design
Cons
  • Not entirely organic
  • Poor edge support
Summary
The Organica mattress is a very unique take on the bed-in-a-box model. It has an organic cotton cover, however the foam within the mattress is not organic. The edge support was lacking, but overall the mattress gave me a comfortable sleep.
Comfort3.8
Support3.5
Value (Price)3.8
Doesn't Sleep Hot3.8
Motion Transfer3.7
Edge Support1.5
Materials/Durability4
Company Reputation4
Return Policy/Warranty4
Overall Sleep Experience3.5
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Joe Auer

Joe Auer is the editor of Mattress Clarity. He mainly focuses on mattress reviews and oversees the content across the site.

He likes things simple and take a straightforward, objective approach to his reviews. Joe has personally tested nearly 250 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 5 years now, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to mattress selection. He has been cited as an authority in the industry by a number of large publications.

Joe has an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Columbia University.

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