The Comfort Sleep Austral Medium feels nice and plush and is quite a soft feel for a medium version. As such, it is very comfortable.
The Comfort Touch Elegance Medium has a light spongy top layer which moulds to the body quite well and is quite comfortable. Partner disturbance is quite minimal. Overall a good value mattress.
The Comfort Touch Luxury Plush has a light spongy top layer which hugs the body quite nicely. Pretty comfortable too. Partner disturbance is quite minimal.
The Comfort Touch Indulgence Firm is quite firm and not very comfortable. Supports the spine fairly well and partner disturbance is OK but in terms of build quality, it is pretty basic.
The Therawrap Ortho Firm feels a bit hard and isn’t particularly comfortable. Partner disturbance seems OK but overall pretty average.
The Therawrap Ortho Medium feels bouncy and has a sinking feeling which doesn’t help with spinal support. Partner disturbance is fairly minimal but overall pretty basic.
The Therawrap Ortho Plush has an immediate sinking feeling and spinal support is lacking. Feels unsteady and cheap as well. Not a good one.
The Therapedic Diamond Edition is fairly comfortable but the top layer feels a bit unstable and spinal support is a little lacking. Partner disturbance shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
The Medicoil Ultimate Contour has a spongy top layer which is fairly comfortable but the top layer feels somewhat unstable and spinal support is compromised.
The Medicoil Supreme Contour immediately feels cheap – you can feel the springs with any major movement. Partner disturbance will also be an issue here.
The Sleep Right has decent support but not particularly comfortable. Feels unsteady and partner disturbance will be an issue. Pretty cheap and nasty, maybe for the guest room.
The Sensus iGravity is possibly the best value mattress in Australia. For under $1000, build quality is excellent. It has a subtle amount of spring.