Allswell Mattresses Review

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Allswell

rating: 5
  • Hybrid mattress using both foam and coils
  • Extra edge support means full surface area is useable
  • Special quilted top layer with CoolFlow technology to improve heat flow

Allswell Mattresses

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The Allswell is a hybrid mattress that promises to deliver great comfort and support at a highly affordable price.

By Editorial Team | 16th January 2019

Allswell is a mattress brand that launched in 2018. The company currently has two mattresses, and this review will focus on The Allswell, a hybrid mattress that comes at a very reasonable price. It combines various foam layers with pocketed coil support in a medium-firm mattress that will help provide targeted pressure relief for sleepers. The mattress has built an excellent reputation in a very short amount of time and promises to provide customers with a great night of sleep.

Overview and Pricing

The Allswell mattress is a hybrid mattress, meaning that it has layers of foam and coils. They have not published full details of its construction and the layers, but there is some information available. It has 7 inches of pocketed coils, 2 inches of memory foam and 1 inch of quilted cotton padding.

It uses high-performance CertiPUR-US certified memory foams combined with two gauges of coils. The top layer of The Allswell is quilted with open-cell CoolFlow foam, which has been shown to improve heat flow and breathability. The mattress also provides excellent edge support so the entire surface area is useable.

The mattress’ memory foam ensures that you receive the comfort and support you need, while the coils provide the classic mattress feel. The 2-inch thick memory foam layer should be enough for the vast majority of sleepers. The coils have been individually wrapped to minimize motion transfer and ensure that your partner’s movements will not disturb your sleep. The motion transfer is further minimized by the cotton-padded cover and the memory foam. Another advantage of the individually wrapped coils is that they will reduce noise, further improving your sleep.

The mattress has a ‘medium-firm’ rating, which means that it is perfect for sleepers of average weight and ideal for those who sleep on their side or back.

SizeDimensionsThicknessPrice
Twin39" × 75" × 10"10"$245
Full54" × 75" × 10"10"$315
Queen60" × 80" × 10"10"$345
King76" × 80" × 10"10"$420
Health Factors

Those suffering from back problems will find that The Allswell mattress delivers a number of health benefits. The memory foam will contour to your body and alleviate pressure on sensitive areas while providing support to others. This will help to reduce back pain and give your joints time to recover overnight. Furthermore, thanks to the mattress’ CoolFlow foam in the top layer, it will remain cool, providing further relief from aches and pains.

You can also rest assured that The Allswell is completely safe to sleep on. It is certified by CertiPUR-US so you can be sure that it does not contain any toxic or harmful chemicals such as mercury, lead, formaldehyde, phthalates, ozone depleters, PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP. There may be a slight smell when the mattress is unpacked, but this will disappear quickly and is not a sign of chemicals.

Comfort Guarantee

The Allswell mattress comes with a 100-night risk-free trial, which means that you can return it for a full refund within 100 nights of delivery. The company recommends that you sleep on it for at least three weeks to give it and your body time to adjust, but if after that time you are not satisfied they will refund you the full cost of the mattress.

Warranty

The Allswell mattress comes with a 10-year limited warranty. This means that they will replace it if it is found defective due to faulty workmanship or structural defects. This will not include the normal increase of softness in the foam and relies upon the mattress having been used on a proper foundation. The warranty does not include any deterioration of the foam, with an indentation of less than 1.5 inches, not associated with a sag in the foundation, box spring or platform or mattress. It also does not cover stains, burns, and other types of physical damage that occur due to owner misuse, improper cleaning, or inadequate foundational support, or defects that occur due to the use of heating pads or electric blankets.

Lifespan

The Allswell mattress has been on the market for a very short time so its lifespan has not yet been tested in a real-time environment. However, the 10-year warranty suggests that the manufacturers are confident that it will last for at least this timeframe.

The mattress is not waterproof so it is advisable to use a mattress cover to protect it and help extend its lifetime. As it is a layered mattress it should not be flipped; however, it can be rotated by 180 degrees every few months. It is not a waterproof mattress, so if you need to clean it then spot cleaning can be carried out with a mild detergent.

Which Sleeping Types Suit The Allswell?

You may sleep on your side all night, or lie down on your back and remain in that position until morning. Alternatively, you could sleep on your stomach – or move around in a combination of these positions until morning. This is an important consideration when it comes to selecting a mattress, as you want to pick the right one for your sleeping style. Here’s how the Allswell mattress – both soft and hybrid versions – shape up for each one.

Side Sleeper: The fact that the soft Allswell features memory foam makes this mattress a good choice for side sleepers. This is because these types of sleeper will put much more pressure on the mattress in the shoulder and hip areas. Fortunately, memory foam will easily accommodate this, and side sleepers will prefer beds which provide a softer, plush sensation. 

The Hybrid model could work for those who tend to sleep primarily on their side, but it isn’t the best choice for those who want a soft mattress. The Hybrid won’t cradle your hips and shoulders like other mattresses, such as the Purple models, would, but the top layers will still provide a soft and accommodating feel. It may be more suitable for side sleepers who are a little heavier.

Back and Stomach Sleeper: If you’re planning on purchasing the soft version of this mattress and you tend to sleep on your back, be aware that you could end up sinking into the bed a little more than you’d prefer. But if you’re sold on the hybrid model due to its firmness paired with contouring, this will be a good choice to go for.

The soft model, featuring all foam, will most likely provide too much sink to be comfortable and supportive for stomach sleepers. In such a scenario, you’d be better off going for the hybrid model. It’s worth considering, though, that if you sleep particularly heavily on your stomach, you may not receive enough cushioning support from the upper layers of this mattress.

With the Hybrid model, both back and stomach sleepers will benefit, due to the fact that these types of sleeper prefer firmer mattresses. The Allswell Hybrid stands a greater chance of providing the support needed around the lower back, and it ensures the hips stay aligned correctly to prevent joint pain after sleep. Those who sleep primarily on their backs or stomachs and want some additional lumbar support should look into the Allswell Luxe Hybrid, as this model will provide additional firmness and support compared to its sibling.

Combo Sleepers: If you rotate between multiple positions over the course of the night, you’ll find that this bed provides enough pressure relief to accommodate side sleepers, as well as the right level of support for when you shift onto your back and stomach.

Petite Sleepers: The Allswell Hybrid mattress will provide all the comfort and support you need if you are of a petite size. Consider, though, that it will feel even firmer if you are a lighter weight. If you spend a lot of time sleeping on your side, you may find this mattress to be too firm. 

Heavy Sleepers: If you’re of a heavier weight and looking for a bed-in-a-box mattress with a good price point, the Allswell Hybrid may be the option which works for you. It’s firm, so will prevent you from sinking down too far into the top layers. With softer mattresses, some may find their hips sink down too far and become out of alignment with other parts of their body. It’s also suitable because the coils in this mattress provide more support and lasting value than the poly foams seen in other models, mainly all-foam bed foundations. 

Verdict

The Allswell mattress provides excellent value for money. It is significantly cheaper than many of its rivals but offers very similar levels of comfort and support. The hybrid nature of the mattress ensures that it will help ease aches and pains and provide targeted relief. Furthermore, as it is CertiPUR-US certified you can be sure that it is a safe mattress to sleep on. Thanks to the company’s 100-night risk-free trial, you can purchase The Allswell safe in the knowledge that it is easy to reclaim your money if you are not satisfied. Overall, The Allswell is an excellent choice for those seeking an affordable, comfortable and pain-relieving mattress.

Pros

  • 100-night risk-free trial
  • Extremely good value for money
  • Excellent motion isolation and no noise
  • Fantastic edge support

Cons

  • Does not offer a comprehensive range of mattress types
  • Full specifications are not published

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