In a Nutshell
- Relatively inexpensive
- Gel memory foam for cooling
- Neutral firmness is good for most sleepers
- Not soft enough for some side sleepers
- Ten-year warranty is prorated
What Type of Sleeper Is It Best For?
- Back sleepers
- Stomach sleepers
- Combination sleepers
- Lightweight sleepers (back and stomach)
- Heavyset sleepers
How it Works
Allswell makes finding the right mattress for you easy. The company’s website compares its 3 mattress models head-to-head, as well as offers buying guides to help you determine which bed is right for you.
Once you place an order, your mattress is shipped out to your home at no charge and typically arrives within a week. If you prefer, Allswell also offers a white-glove delivery service for an extra fee.
All Allswell beds come with a 100-night sleep trial. If you’re not happy with the bed, you can return it for free. Simply contact the company and you can schedule a pickup time to have the mattress recycled. Your Allswell mattress also comes with a 10-year limited warranty. If a defect, including sagging, develops, Allswell will either replace your mattress or offer a prorated refund.
The Allswell mattress is the quintessential hybrid design. The bed features a 2-inch layer of copper-gel memory foam over a 6-inch layer of innerspring coils. The copper-gel memory foam enhances cooling while offering more support than traditional memory foam, preventing you from feeling as if you’re sinking into the bed. Still, the surface of the mattress feels plenty plush thanks to Allswell’s cotton quilted top panel.
The mattress also has a thin layer of high density foam underneath the coils. This doesn’t affect comfort much, but helps ensure that the bed can sit on top of most standard foundations and box springs.
2” copper-gel memory
6” pocketed coils
2” copper-gel memory foam
1” high density foam
6” pocketed coils
2” copper-gel memory foam
2” Energex foam
6” pocketed coils
The Allswell mattress is the company’s base model, and it’s incredibly affordable. The bed’s construction is relatively simple. Most of the softness comes from a 2-inch layer of copper-gel memory foam and the quilted top, while support is provided by the pocketed innerspring layer.
Since this bed doesn’t offer much padding between your body and the innerspring coils, it’s typically best for lightweight sleepers or sleepers who prefer the feel of a traditional innerspring mattress. Heavier sleepers and combination sleepers may find that the innerspring layer leads to pressure points developing in the night.
The Luxe mattress has a few additions that give you more cushioning, more support, and more comfort compared to the base Allswell mattress. First, the quilted top is slightly more plush and includes SwirlFoam to enhance cooling throughout the night. The copper-gel memory foam layer remains the same, but there’s an added 1-inch layer of high density support foam to minimize your contact with the innerspring layer. While the overall firmness remains the same, the Luxe mattress may be more comfortable for heavyset sleepers who sink more deeply into the bed.
The Supreme mattress is Allswell’s most thickly padded bed. Beneath the quilted cover, this mattress has a built-in Euro Top that’s plush enough to give you the sensation of sinking into your bed. In addition, the Supreme has an added 2-inch layer of Energex foam, which is specifically designed to eliminate pressure points. For side or combination sleepers, the extra plushness of this mattress can help ensure a comfortable night’s sleep.
Allswell delivers its mattresses to your door compressed in a box. Setting up your new mattress is simple—just remove the bed from the box, open the packaging, and allow the bed 3-4 hours to fully expand. You can also opt for white-glove delivery, in which case your bed will be shipped to a local partner and you can schedule a time for drop-off. White-glove delivery costs $149 per bed and you can have your previous mattress taken away as part of the service.
“I spent my first night on my new Allswell 10" Hybrid Mattress last night. It was the best night of sleep I've had in years. It's the perfect amount of firmness for me and is still incredibly soft. Very satisfied with this mattress thus far.”—gird303
“I'm very pleased with my mattress. The order and delivery process was a breeze—my mattress arrived on time and in perfect condition. The mattress was easy to set up, and thus far I'm incredibly happy with the quality of sleep I'm getting.”—David
“Best choice we ever made. My husband and I read a lot of reviews and watched a lot of videos before we decided to buy the Allswell. Once delivered I was able to take it into the house, unpack and set up all by myself. It was that simple and that well laid out. It's been about a month since we have it and it has really helped our slumber rest. I have been able to have a full night’s rest without waking up and turning. My favorite part is that if I do get up or my husband neither of us feel the movement. I highly recommend this mattress and will definitely purchase again.”—M Torres Solis
Allswell makes impressively inexpensive hybrid mattresses that are ideally suited for back, stomach, and combination sleepers. The mattresses sit right on the boundary between soft and firm, so the more plushly padded Luxe and Supreme models may also be suitable for side sleepers. Allswell offers exceptional customer service and a generous 100-night sleep trial, so there’s no downside to trying out an Allswell mattress to see if it’s right for you.
If you’re ready to upgrade your sleep with an Allswell mattress, order your new bed today!
Allswell was founded in 2018 on the belief that a good night’s sleep shouldn’t have to cost a fortune. The company brought a fresh take on the direct-to-consumer mattress industry with highly affordable hybrid mattresses that are comfortable for a wide range of sleepers. On top of that, Allswell mattresses are made in the US and are certified toxin-free by CertiPur-US.