Avocado Green has stronger industry certifications and comes with a longer trial and warranty. Eco Terra is cheaper and available in more firmness options.
More Expensive – Avocado Green retails at $1,399 for a queen-size. Eco Terra costs $999 for queen-size. Value shoppers who want a mattress with natural materials will find Eco Terra one of the most affordable on the market.
Stronger Certifications – Avocado Green has more strong certifications compared to Eco Terra. These include GOLS, GOTS, and GreenGuard Gold. Eco Terra has OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified latex and GOTS organic cotton.
Better For Side Sleepers – Avocado Green has an optional pillow top that makes it better for side sleepers. Customers who want an extra 2 inches of plush latex can order this at the checkout. Eco Terra’s medium firmness does not provide as much pressure relief for side sleepers.
Single Firmness Option – Avocado Green comes in medium-firm only (about 7.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale). Eco Terra has 2 firmness options: medium and medium-firm. Eco Terra appeals to a wider range of body weights and sleeping styles.
Same Height/Thickness – Both Avocado Green and Eco Terra have an 11-inch height. Avocado Green has a 13-inch height with its optional pillow top. An 11-inch thickness is the ideal height for most types of sleepers.
Longer Trial & Warranty – Avocado Green comes with a 365-night risk-free trial and a 25-year warranty. Eco Terra comes with a 90-night risk-free trial and a 15-year warranty. Both brands provide customers with a full refund if the bed is returned.
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