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Mattress shopping is easier than it used to be thanks to a ton of online options.

But the thousands of available mattresses can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time shopping for a bed. How can you tell whether a company’s products are worth your time?

Below, we take a deep dive into OkiOki, an online mattress retailer with a selection of four different mattresses.

We look at the company’s reputation and what customers have to say. We also outline its return policy, so you can spend more time sleeping soundly and less time scouring the web till your head hurts.

Here’s a quick rundown of the pros and cons of OkiOki mattresses.

OkiOki pros

  • four available mattresses to accommodate different types of sleepers
  • 10-year warranty
  • 365-day trial period
  • more affordable than the competition
  • you can test out the mattresses in person if you live in California
  • great motion isolation
  • CertiPUR-US certified
  • free shipping in most of the United States

OkiOki cons

  • not ideal for sleepers with higher body weight
  • mattresses are thinner than others on the market
  • slippery surface
  • relatively new to the scene, so customer reviews are limited
  • availability in physical stores is limited to one U.S. state
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OkiOki mattresses are far more affordable than the competition. All four mattresses from OkiOki have the same price tags. And every size is under $1,000.

Mattress sizeMSRP
Twin XL$385
California king$750


  • Price: $
  • Type: All foam
  • Height: 10 inches
  • Good for: Side and combo sleepers

The OkiSoft mattress is a high-density memory foam mattress. Its cover is made with hypoallergenic, cooling materials that may help prevent overheating. The company says the mattress is supportive and ideal for side sleepers.

Customers like the supportive, soft feel, though some did mention that the OkiSoft was still a bit too firm for their liking. People with lower body weight may find the mattress way too hard. Those with higher body weight may find it soft enough.

Reviewers agree that the mattress is a great deal.


  • Price: $
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Height: 11 inches
  • Good for: Side and combo sleepers

The OkiEasy is a hybrid mattress made with high-density memory foam and a pocket-spring core. Like the OkiSoft, it’s soft but designed to provide responsive pressure relief.

The company says the pocket-wrapped springs help isolate movement, which is great for couples. Reviewers like the cooling cover. Most find the mattress very comfortable.

A handful of reviewers say the OkiEasy is too firm. Some side sleepers were unhappy with the mattress and say it’s firmer than advertised. A handful of reviewers also commented on the poor edge support.


  • Price: $
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Height: 11 inches
  • Good for: Back and stomach sleepers

This OkiFlex is designed to be firmer than the OkiSoft and OkiEasy. It’s a hybrid mattress with a pocket-spring core and high-density memory foam.

The company says the pocket springs help with motion isolation, and the top layer is designed to keep the mattress cooler and more comfortable.

Reviewers applaud the mattress’s cooling qualities and note that the surface is very supportive. Back and stomach sleepers enjoyed the firm feel of the mattress, but some reviewers still find the mattress too firm.


  • Price: $
  • Type: All foam
  • Height: 10 inches
  • Good for: Back and stomach sleepers

The OkiFirm is the firmest mattress in the OkiOki lineup. Instead of memory foam, the mattress features graphite foam that’s designed to provide support and help align the spine.

Reviewers like the cooling properties of the mattress. Many find the surface comfortable and supportive. Yet a lot of reviewers still complain that the mattress is way too firm.

You can buy the OkiOki mattress directly from the company website. It’s also available on Amazon and Overstock.

OkiOki mattresses do go on sale, and discount codes are featured prominently in a ticker at the top of the webpage.

Even without a sale, though, OkiOki mattresses are very affordable and a lot cheaper than similar bed-in-a-box offerings.

Not sure which OkiOki mattress is right for you? The company offers a Sleep Quiz to help you decide. The biggest differences between each mattress are the type and firmness level.

Mattress type

OkiOki offers two different types of mattresses: all foam and hybrid. Memory foam may help reduce pressure points because it’s designed to conform to the body while providing support.

But not everyone likes the feel of memory foam. Sometimes, all-foam mattresses can end up being less durable, but OkiOki’s mattresses try to address this with high-density foam.

OkiOki’s hybrid mattresses feature a pocket-spring core, which can provide support and a slightly different feel than a foam model.


OkiOki’s mattresses all fall on the firm side of the firmness scale, according to customer reviews. Even the OkiSoft is firmer than you might expect.

Firmness doesn’t automatically translate to support. It’s more of a preference. A mattress that’s too firm for your body type and sleeping position can actually increase pressure on your body and leave you feeling uncomfortable.

We didn’t find a Better Business Bureau rating for OkiOki, likely because it’s new to the market. We also didn’t locate any recent lawsuits or major recalls for this brand.

Customer reviews snapshot

Reviews on its site are mostly positive, with a few negative reviews commenting on mattress firmness.

OkiOki has very few customer reviews on third-party sites. For example, there are only two reviews on Trustpilot, one positive and one negative.

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Like other bed-in-a-box mattresses, the OkiOki mattress arrives rolled up and compressed in a box.

Shipping for OkiOki mattresses is free within the contiguous United States. Some items ship free to Canada.

You don’t need to be home to receive your delivery. The delivery person will leave it at the door. Products ship within 1 to 2 business days.

According to the OkiOki website, the mattress should expand almost instantly but can take up to 2 days to fully expand.

OkiOki accepts returns on mattresses within 1 year of your purchase date. If you receive a mattress that’s damaged, OkiOki will send a replacement.

When possible, the company donates or recycles returned mattresses.

OkiOki doesn’t offer much more detail on the returns process other than saying people can reach out to customer service to get the process started.

Not everyone will love the feel of the mattresses in the OkiOki lineup. People who aren’t in love with memory foam or prefer a softer feel, for instance, might want to opt for a different brand.

OkiOki is an excellent choice if you’re on a budget and looking for a firm mattress. Reviewers consistently rave about the mattresses’ great value.