The Allswell Luxe Hybrid is one of three mattresses sold by Allswell, Walmart’s recently developed bed-in-a-box brand, alongside the Allswell Original and the Allswell Supreme. It is a hybrid foam-innerspring mattress, and is marketed as a high-quality firm mattress at an affordable price point.
The Allswell is carefully constructed with high-performance memory foams and an individually pocketed innerspring system, and offers buoyancy and bounce as well as comfort and pressure relief. Additional design perks include gel-based cooling systems and reinforced side-coils for edge support.
Read on to learn more about the Allswell Luxe. We'll discuss construction, performance ratings, comparisons, and price, along with Allswell's shipping, return, and warranty policies.
Allswell Mattresses At-A-Glance
|Allswell Luxe Hybrid||Allswell Original||Allswell Supreme|
|Firmness||7-8: Firm||7-8: Firm||6: Medium Firm|
Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Review: Our Verdict
The Allswell Luxe is a versatile hybrid mattress that features a high-quality construction for its low price point. Like most hybrids, the Allswell Luxe is supportive and cool. If your a heavier sleeper who requires an even surface with minimal sagging, this bed will likely suit your needs. If you tend to wake up hot and sweaty in the middle of the night, the Luxe is likely cool enough to prevent this.
The Allswell Luxe’s polyfoam comfort layers provide a moderate degree of conforming, relieving pressure points to an extent. The pocketed coil support core allows for plenty of airflow throughout the mattress, allowing it to stay cool throughout the night. Further, this bed has good edge support, allowing sleepers to use the entire surface of the mattress.
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How Much Is the Allswell Hybrid Mattress?
At $645 for a queen, the Allswell Luxe is great for mattress buyers on a budget who want a bed that offers more than a truly basic model. The Allswell brand, owned by big box megastore Walmart, is designed to offer quality bed-in-a-box products for budget prices. Compared to similar mattresses on the market, Allswell mattresses are in fact relatively inexpensive, especially for hybrid innerspring-foam mattresses, which tend to be more expensive.
The Allswell Hybrid Luxe is the mid-range offering from Allswell, and as such, costs more than the Allswell Original, but less than the Allswell Supreme.
|Twin||39” x 75” x 12”||65 lbs||$395|
|Twin XL||37.5” x 79” x 12”||72 lbs||$445|
|Full||52.5” x 74” x 10”||85 lbs||$545|
|Queen||59.5” x 79” x 12”||90 lbs||$645|
|King||75.5” x 79” x 12”||128 lbs||$845|
|California King||71.5” x 83” x 12”||128 lbs||$845|
How Does the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Feel?
The Allswell Luxe Hybrid has a firm mattress feel, with both the bounce and resistance of innersprings and the contouring of memory foam. This mattress has more of a feeling of sleeping “on top” of the surface rather than sinking in, as can be the case with some memory foam. However, it does cradle the body and relieve pressure points, especially for sleepers over 130 pounds. The quilted, ultra-soft cover also gives the sleep surface a nice comforting feel, which complements the firmness of the mattress.
What Is the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Made Of?
The cover of the mattress is topped with a soft polyester/lycra blend fabric, and then quilted with 1 inch of cotton padding and patented CoolFlow Gel Swirl foam. This keeps the surface of the mattress cool, and provides additional pressure relief.
The next layer is 2 inches of copper-infused AirFlow foam. It’s similar to traditional memory foam in that it provides contouring and pressure relief, but it’s also specifically designed to disperse heat.
Between the comfort layer and the support core is 1 inch of soft polyfoam. The transition foam is firmer than the Air-Flow foam, and adds an additional layer of padding and shock absorption between the softer foam and the more buoyant innersprings.
The base of the mattress is 7.5 inches of several hundred pocketed 13-gauge coils, which gives the Luxe its bounce and support. The coils are individually wrapped, which helps with airflow and motion isolation. The support core also has a border of reinforced coils along all four sides of the mattress, which provides edge support and prevents sagging and sinkage.
Does the Allswell Luxe Isolate Motion?
The Allswell Luxe has a fair amount of bounce to it, but still manages to do a good job of isolating motion.
Motion isolation refers to how well a mattress keeps motion from one part of the bed from being felt on another part of the bed. If you co-sleep with a partner, especially if one or both of you are light sleepers, motion isolation is a very important quality in a mattress.
In general, innerspring mattresses tend to have more motion transfer than all-foam mattresses. However, because the Luxe is a hybrid mattress, the layers of foam help isolate motion more than the average innerspring mattress. In addition, because the springs in the base layer of the Luxe are individually pocketed, they are able to operate separately from one another, which helps prevent motion on top of coils in one part of the bed from affecting coils in another part of the bed.
Though there can still be a small amount of motion transfer felt on this mattress, it consistently performs highly in the motion isolation department.
Does the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Sleep Cool?
The Allswell Hybrid Luxe sleeps cool, and is a good choice for hot sleepers.
As we sleep, our bodies give off heat, which can sink and get trapped in mattresses and cause sleep surfaces to become uncomfortably warm. This affects some people more than others: they’re referred to as “hot sleepers.” One of the jobs of a good mattress is to dispel heat away from the body and the top part of the mattress during the night.
The Luxe was designed specifically with temperature in mind. Construction elements throughout the mattress cool the sleeping surface and promote ventilation in different ways.
- The top quilted cover is padded with gel-infused SwirlFoam, which keeps the surface from getting too warm.
- The comfort layers are composed of a specific type of patented copper-infused memory foam called AirFlow foam. Unlike other memory foams, which tend to trap heat, AirFlow foam is designed to let the mattress breathe while still providing the comfort of traditional memory foam.
- The innerspring layer, as opposed to an all-foam base layer, helps air flow through the base and escape the mattress, instead of trapping it there.
The Luxe still has foam elements, which means it still might retain a small amount of heat. However, it’s a good choice for hot sleepers, as it generally does a good job of keeping excess heat away from the sleep surface.
Will It Sag Along the Edges?
The Allswell Luxe has very good edge support.
“Edge support” refers to how well the edges of the mattress hold up under the pressure and weight of a body. A mattress with good edge support is important if you share your bed with a partner as it allows you to make use of the whole surface of the bed, rather than just the center. It’s also important for people who like to sit on the edge of their beds.
Some bed-in-a-box mattresses struggle with edge support, especially all-foam models. However, the Luxe has the advantage of being a hybrid mattress with the support of an innerspring core. Specifically, the Luxe’s core layer is supported by specially reinforced perimeter coils around the sides of the mattress, which keep the edges holding firm. Though the soft foam top layers of the mattress may sink slightly when sitting on the edge of the bed, the Luxe generally prevents the feeling that you might sink down too low or even fall off the edge.
Is It Good for Sex?
The Allswell Luxe rates highly when it comes to use for sex.
The construction of the Luxe makes it good for sex for a number of reasons. The responsiveness and bounce of the mattress help facilitate movement, as does the fact that the mattress tends to provide a feeling of lying “on top” rather than sinking into the surface. The softness of the mattress, despite the lack of sinking, gives couples the added benefit of pressure relief that can make multiple positions easier to access and maintain. Finally, unlike some other mattresses with a coil base, the Luxe’s individually pocketed coils make the mattress very quiet, which is great for discretion.
What About Off-gassing?
Like other mattresses shipped in a box that are built with foam, the Allswell Luxe Hybrid can off-gas slightly when unboxed.
Off-gassing refers to a chemical smell that comes off of most boxed mattresses when they are opened up. This smell comes from the production and packaging process.
The Allswell Luxe Hybrid is not reported to have an especially strong off-gassing smell. Any smells that do come off the mattress are not harmful, and almost always go away within a day. You can get rid of off-gassing smells quickly by leaving the mattress in a well-ventilated space after unboxing.
What Type of Sleeper Is the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Best For?
While the Allswell Luxe Hybrid is suited to a variety of sleepers and preferences, it will likely work best for back and stomach sleepers, especially those over 230 pounds. Below, we dive into the specifics of how the mattress performs for different sleep positions.
- Side Sleepers: The Allswell is a good match for side-sleepers over 130 pounds.. Side sleepers under 130 pounds tend to prefer softer or medium-soft mattresses, and may not be able to sink deep enough into the Allswell Luxe to get enough cradling and support. ide sleepers who weigh more than 130 pounds, however, generally note a comfortable mix of contouring and support from the mattress, which helps with spinal alignment. Side sleepers over 230 pounds tend to review this mattress especially highly, noting marked improvements in spinal alignment and hip and shoulder pressure.
- Back Sleepers: Back sleepers of every size who like a firm mattress can get something out of the Allswell Luxe, though it tends to be most comfortable and supportive for back sleepers over 130 pounds. Many back sleepers, especially those over 230 pounds, note that the Allswell provides support and pressure point cradling without too much sink. However, this depends on personal preference: back sleepers of any size who prefer more sink may find the mattress too firm.
- Stomach Sleepers: Stomach sleepers, especially those between 130 and 230 pounds, can get a lot out of the Allswell Luxe Hybrid. Stomach sleepers tend to need a good deal of firmness, and, like back sleepers, generally like the feeling of sleeping “on top” of the mattress rather than sinking in. The Luxe’s pocketed coil system will provide enough support and buoyancy to maintain that feeling for stomach sleepers, especially around the hips and lower back. Stomach sleepers under 130 pounds may not be able to sink deeply enough into the mattress to get adequate support, but it depends on the sleeper. Stomach sleepers over 230 pounds may also experience issues with sagging around the midsection of the mattress, but this also depends on the individual sleeper.
How Does Body Weight Impact the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress' Performance?
In general, the Allswell Luxe Hybrid is best for people over 130 pounds, especially when it comes to side sleepers. Sleepers under 130 pounds may find that a soft to medium-soft mattress is better suited to their needs, and may therefore find the Luxe a bit too firm. This may cause pressure in the shoulders and hips for back and stomach sleepers under 130 pounds, and may be especially problematic for side sleepers, who usually need extra cushioning to maintain spinal alignment and support pressure points.
Sleepers over 130 pounds will generally find that the Luxe provides enough firmness and support to keep them comfortable, to relieve pressure in the hips and shoulders, and to keep their spines aligned during the night. Some sleepers between 130 pounds and 230 pounds, especially side sleepers, may find that a mattress as firm as the Luxe isn’t soft or conforming enough. Meanwhile, some sleepers over 230 pounds, especially stomach sleepers, may find that the foam layers of the mattress do not offer enough support, and sags slightly in the middle. Generally, though, this is a matter of personal preference, and the Allswell rates highly among most sleepers over 130 pounds who like a firmer mattress.
For sleepers under 130 pounds, especially lightweight side sleepers, the Allswell Supreme offers many of the benefits of the Allswell Luxe, but with more cushioning and support. Though the Supreme is more expensive, it may be a worthwhile investment for that perfect night’s sleep.
Is the Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress Good for Couples?
The Allswell Luxe Hybrid is an excellent mattress for couples. It excels in many areas that are important to co-sleeping couples, including:
- Motion Isolation: The Luxe’s ability to isolate motion is key for couples, especially when one or both members are light sleepers, or if one or both members tend to move around a lot at night. It’s also great for couples who may get up at different times, whether it’s to feed a baby, get a midnight snack, or leave for/come home from a night shift.
- Edge Support: The great edge support offered by the Luxe’s reinforced coil core means that couples have more surface area to sleep on. This is especially helpful for couples who aren’t all-night cuddlers and prefer their own space as they sleep.
- Temperature Control: The carefully considered construction and cooling technology of the Luxe help it sleep cool. This is especially important when two people are sleeping in the same bed, which means double the body heat.
- Good for Sex: The Luxe’s pro-sex qualities, including bounce, firmness, a lack of sink, and quiet coils, make it a good choice for sexually active couples.
What Do Customers Say About Allswell?
Allswellhome.com 4.4/5 (791 reviews)
The majority of the reviews of the Luxe on the Allswell website are positive. Many customers were impressed with the quality of the mattress, especially considering the very affordable price point. Most reviewers who were looking for a firm mattress said that the Allswell generally performed quite well.
Customers also noted Allswell’s excellent customer service, and many recounted how easy it was to get their mattress delivered and set up. Even customers who decided to return the mattress described an easy, hassle-free return process.
Lower-star reviews described issues with edge support, sagging in the middle of the mattress (especially from customers over 230 pounds), and compression issues.
Walmart.com 4.5/5 Stars (745 Reviews)
The Luxe is also highly rated on Walmart.com. Reviewers noted similar positive qualities about the mattress, especially the high quality of the construction for the low cost point. Some reviewers also described an improvement in morning aches and back pain after switching to the Allswell Luxe from their old mattress.
Lower star reviews also mentioned back support, as well as issues with the mattress sleeping too hot in summer months or warmer climates.
Allswell's Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies
|Availability||You can buy the Allswell Luxe Hybrid on the Allswell website or Walmart.com. It can also be tried in person and purchased at select affiliate showrooms in Austin, Texas; Edina, Minnesota; and Chicago, Illinois.|
|Shipping||Allswell offers free ground shipping to all 48 contiguous US states and DC. Shipping is available to Hawaii and Alaska for an additional fee.The Allswell Luxe Hybrid is compressed, sealed in plastic, and boxed before shipping.
Shipping time depends on which shipping option you select:
No assembly is required for the actual mattress. One simply has to open the box, remove the packaging, and let the mattress expand.
|Additional Services||Allswell offers White Glove Service for an additional $99, which includes a mattress professional delivering the mattress to your house and setting it up for you. They also offer White Glove Service with haul away for an additional $149, which includes a mattress professional delivering the mattress to your house, setting it up for you, and then hauling away and disposing of your old mattress.|
|Sleep Trial||Allswell mattresses come with a 100-night sleep trial, which means that you can return a mattress for a refund within 100 nights of delivery (though they recommend sleeping on the mattress for at least 3 weeks before returning.) Mattresses returned within the 100 day trial period are fully refundable, provided that the mattress has been opened, and that it has not been damaged.|
|Warranty||Allswell mattresses come with a 10-year limited warranty. This means that the mattress can be returned and refunded or repaired if there is a problem stemming from the workmanship and materials of the mattress itself, rather than usual wear and tear or other damages. Like most limited warranties, the Allswell company reserves the right to determine what sort of damages or issues qualify for coverage.|