Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress ReviewUpdated on August 19, 2019 While all product recommendations are chosen independently, we may receive compensation for purchases made through our site. Learn more about our affiliate program here.
Allswell is a new online-only bedding and mattress company owned by Walmart that puts the focus on aesthetics. Allswell also sells a mattress topper and assorted bedding, such as sheets and pillows.
Allswell originally launched with two mattresses but has since changed its product line. The company now offers three mattresses: the Allswell hybrid, the Allswell Luxe hybrid, and the Supreme. In this review, we’ll be focusing on the Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress, which has taken the place of the former Classic Luxe, Firmer mattress.
The Allswell Luxe mattress is a hybrid mattress with pocketed coils and gel-infused memory foam. This combination makes for a nice balance between support and pressure relief. The Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress is sold at a below-average price point and is fairly versatile across body types and sleeping styles.
In this Allswell Luxe hybrid review, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the mattress including sleep experience, construction, and warranty details.
In-Depth Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Review
Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Sizing and Pricing
|Twin||37.5” x 74” x 12”|
|Twin XL||37.5” x 79” x 12”|
|Full||52.5” x 74”” x 12”|
|Queen||59.5” x 79” x 12”|
|King||75.5” x 79” x 12″|
|California King||71.5” x 83” x 12”|
We use the term firmness to describe how soft or hard a mattress feels. It’s one of the major factors that will determine whether or not you will find the mattress comfortable. Firmness is subjective and depends on body type, sleeping style, and personal preference. A mattress can also feel slightly different from one person to the next because of the way each person’s body interacts with the different layers.
Allswell is aiming for universal comfort with this medium-firm mattress. The company claims the Luxe hybrid mattress falls between a 4.5 and a 6.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale. Most sleepers agree it’s on the upper end of this range, around a 6 out of 10. Initial reviews suggest the new version of the mattress is not as firm as the original Classic Luxe, Firmer mattress.
Heavier sleepers may find the mattress firmer, as they will sink deeper into the comfort layer and may interact with the transition foam or the coils below.
The Allswell mattress ships to all 50 states and is available for purchase on the Allswell website and the Walmart website. Please note that the trial period and other policies may differ when purchased via Walmart.
There is currently no showroom or brick-and-mortar store where you can try out the Allswell mattress. However, Allswell is currently running a “tiny homes” tour where potential customers will be able to try out the mattress and get ideas for fully-fledged bedroom designs.
The Allswell Luxe mattress is a hybrid mattress featuring pocketed coils and memory foam. It is 12 inches tall.
The 2-inch comfort layer is made of copper gel-infused memory foam. Copper has cooling and antimicrobial properties.
Underneath this is a 1-inch transitional layer of supportive high-density polyfoam to prevent you from sinking straight onto the coils.
The mattress core is made of coils that are individually wrapped to reduce motion transfer. The bed has higher-gauge coils around the perimeter to provide better edge support.
The plush quilted cover contains the company’s cooling SwirlFoam, which is one of the major differences between the Allswell vs. Allswell Luxe mattress. The mattress works with most bed frames.
The Allswell Luxe mattress ships for free to the contiguous U.S., with an extra $50 shipping fee for Hawaii and Alaska. The mattress is delivered as a bed-in-a-box via free ground shipping. Orders are usually shipped within 1-2 business days and take 2-7 additional business days to arrive. Expedited shipping for a fee of $50 is available in the contiguous US. Shipping fees are non-refundable. Customers in California, Connecticut, and Rhode Island will be charged a Mattress Recycling Fee. Optional White Glove delivery ships with FedEx.
To assemble the bed, place it where you want to install it, carefully cut open the plastic wrap with the tool that’s included in the box, and let the bed expand. It may take 48 hours to fully expand but be aware the mattress will spring back to almost its full size within seconds of breaking the seal, so be sure to leave enough room. It’s best to get help from another person to set up the mattress.
White Glove delivery is available in the contiguous US for an extra fee of $99. You will be contacted by telephone to set up a time once FedEx has shipped the mattress to a location near you. Old mattress removal is an additional $50, but is provided for free if you decide to waive the 100-night sleep trial at the time of purchase.
The Allswell Luxe mattress comes with a 100-night sleep trial. If you decide you don’t like the mattress during this time, you can return it for a full refund of the purchase price. Allswell recommends sleeping on the mattress for 3 weeks before initiating the return to let your body adjust. Shipping, old mattress removal, White Glove delivery, and mattress recycling fees are non-refundable. Returning the mattress during the sleep trial is only possible if it is in good enough condition to qualify for the warranty. Just contact Allswell and a haul-away partner will come pick up the mattress for you. Sleep trial returns are limited to one per year per household (unopened bed-in-a-box mattresses don’t count towards this total).
Allswell’s 10-year limited warranty guarantees the mattress against defects in materials and workmanship. In case of defects, you will receive a replacement mattress or a prorated refund, at Allswell’s discretion. The warranty does not cover indentations of less than 1.5 inches, normal softening of the foam, or decreased resilience of the memory foam, unless the latter has an impact on its pressure relief properties. The warranty will be void if you don’t use a proper foundation or if the mattress has been tampered with or abused. This includes burns, cuts, water damage, stains, etc. Heating pads and electric blankets are not to be used with memory foam mattresses and will void the warranty. Allswell expects customers to use a mattress protector. Warranty applies only to the original purchaser and only to mattresses that still carry their Law Tags. The cost of shipping to return the mattress is not covered by Allswell. For more information on the warranty, click here.
Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Performance
Anyone who shares the bed with a partner, child, or pet will know the importance of having good motion isolation so your sleeping partner’s movements don’t wake you up in the middle of the night. The quilted cover and two inches of memory foam in the Allswell Luxe mattress will absorb quite a lot of movement. The individually pocketed coils will also transfer less motion than regular innerspring coils.
Having a mattress with edges that don’t collapse under your weight is important when sharing the bed with a partner or sitting on the edge of the bed. The Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress has reinforced edge support in the coil layer, but there’s no getting around the memory foam. Many customers find the edges aren’t as firm as they would have liked.
Memory foam mattresses have a reputation for sleeping hot. Not only does traditional memory foam naturally retain heat, but it also contours so well to your body that it actually restricts airflow. This traps more heat against you as you sleep and can be uncomfortable for some sleepers.
Despite the memory foam in the comfort layer, this is not a bed that you sink into very much. This quality of lying “on top” of the bed increases airflow around your body and prevents the mattress from trapping heat. The copper gel in the memory foam and the cooling foam in the quilted cover also help to provide a cooler sleeping experience. Perhaps most significantly, the structure of the pocketed coils promotes airflow and allows heat to escape out the bottom of the mattress.
Allswell uses CertiPUR-US® certified foam in all its mattresses. CertiPUR-US® certified foams are low in volatile organic compound emissions and free of ozone depleters and other harsh chemicals. Like with most foam mattresses, customers report some odors when the mattress is unpacked. These are not harmful and you can expect them to dissipate within a few days in a well-ventilated room.
The individually wrapped coils in the Allswell Luxe mattress provide support that adapts to the shape of your body, helping keep your spine aligned while sleeping. Coil mattresses are often recommended for heavier sleepers as they provide more robust support than most foam mattresses.
A mattress that conforms to the shape of your body can help prevent pressure points in areas that would otherwise dig into the mattress, like the shoulders and hips. Memory foam is the best material for this, as it adapts itself perfectly to your body shape.
You won’t get the signature “hug” feeling with the Allswell Luxe that you would get with a mattress that has thicker memory foam in the top layer. However, the memory foam in the comfort layer should do a good job of cradling your body. Between the quilted cover and the memory foam, the mattress should conform plenty to reduce pressure points. Sleepers who don’t like the memory foam feel of “sinking” into the bed will be pleased to know that thanks to the coils, it’s quite easy to move around on this mattress.
Allswell doesn’t publish the densities of its foams, and the Allswell Luxe mattress hasn’t been around for long enough to accurately assess its durability. Coil support cores usually outlast polyfoam ones, so it’s to be expected the mattress will have an acceptable lifespan.
To be conducive to sex, a mattress should have some resilience. You can think of this as how bouncy a mattress is.
The comfort layers in the Allswell Luxe mattress won’t spring back quite as fast as in a classic innerspring mattress, although the quilted cover will go some way in ensuring you can still move around on top. The coils will also provide a fair bit of bounce. Overall, this mattress ranks about average for sex.
How Do Customers Rate the Allswell Luxe Hybrid?
|AllswellHome.com||4.6/5 (267 reviews)|
|Google Shopping||4.6/5 (214 reviews)|
|Consumer Reports||4/5 (2 reviews)|
What Type of Sleeper is Well-Suited to an Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress?
Side Sleepers: Heavier side sleepers will find that the Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress provides a nice balance of pressure relief and spinal support. Lighter side sleepers may find that the quilted top doesn’t allow them to sink very far into the memory foam. This may cause some pressure points under the shoulders and hips.
Back Sleepers: Back sleepers should sink just far enough into the comfort layers to reduce pressure points at the hips. The coils underneath will provide spinal support.
Stomach Sleepers: The new version of this mattress is softer than the original one, and stomach sleepers may find their hips sink in too far. This can throw the spine out of alignment. The mattress does get positive reviews from big-busted women, who are pleased with the lack of pressure points when lying on their stomach.
|Below Average Weight (under 130 lbs)||Average Weight (130-230 lbs)||Above Average Weight (above 230 lbs)|
|Side Sleepers||Fair||Good||Very Good|
|Back Sleepers||Good||Good||Very Good|
Customer Service: Allswell’s customer service team gets decent reviews so far and has occasionally been known to go above and beyond to solve certain issues.
Reputation: Allswell is a fairly new company and has yet to establish its own reputation. The ties with Walmart may be a problem for some more socially conscious consumers.
BBB Rating: Allswell is not BBB accredited yet. Walmart.com has an A+ from BBB and has been accredited since 2014.
Years in Business: Allswell is owned by Walmart. The mattress company was launched in early 2018.
Physical Stores: Allswell has no brick-and-mortar stores. The company is currently showcasing its products on the “tiny homes” tour in various locations across the US.
It’s hard to beat the value of the Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress, especially considering it’s a hybrid mattress with pocketed coils. The mattress is versatile and will appeal to a wide range of sleepers. Combination sleepers should have no trouble switching sleeping positions.
Heavier sleepers who find that all-foam mattresses aren’t firm enough will be pleased with the Allswell Luxe hybrid mattress. The coils provide the needed support, without the sky-high prices that usually accompany hybrid mattresses. Couples will appreciate the great motion isolation and a decent level of resilience.
Overall, the Allswell is a good budget choice and a nice balance for most sleepers.