Simba and Emma have been part of the mattress in a box scene for some time, with their Original mattresses topping the sellers lists in this competitive market, and picking up multiple awards and endorsements along the way. Emma makes two mattresses (the Original and the Hybrid), whereas Simba make three incarnations of their Hybrid mattress. You can read our in depth Simba Hybrid Mattress review and Emma Original Mattress review where we discuss the mattresses in more detail. In this mattress comparison article, we’re going to look at the Emma Original versus the Simba Hybrid Original mattresses. We’ve done the mattress comparison so you don’t have to!
Soft and breathable hypoallergenic knitted cover
Open cell Simba-Pure foam with graphite for cooling
Up to 2,500 25mm conical pocket Aerocoil™ springs
Reflex Simba-Pure support layer
Zoned Simba-Pure support base
Temperature-regulating top cover
Breathable and adaptive Airgocell® foam
Pressure relieving visco-elastic memory foam
Supportive HRX cold foam
What else should you consider when you're comparing the Emma vs Simba mattresses? Both Simba and Emma offer a trial period of 200 nights, with a full refund if you’re not satisfied and come with a 10-year guarantee. You can also apply for up to 12 months interest free credit to pay for the mattress, and there’s free one-day delivery to most of the UK.
Do bear in mind that as these mattresses come delivered in sealed boxes they will have a rubbery smell when first extracted. They need a good few hours in a room with the windows open before you sleep on them.