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Allswell Supreme Mattress Review

Walmart-owned mattress manufacturer Allswell offers three hybrid mattresses, including a luxury hybrid model called the Allswell Supreme. With its thoughtful design, advanced materials, and below-average price point, the Supreme offers superb performance for customers on a budget.

The Supreme comes in a medium-firm feel and has a plush Euro-style pillow top cover. The mattress stands out with an extra-tall 14-inch profile, providing support while also leaving room for a 4-inch thick comfort system and an 8.5-inch support core.

The comfort layers feature cooling copper and graphite-infused gel memory foam, as well as a transitional layer made from bouncy, high-density Energex polyfoam. For its core, the Supreme uses pocketed coils that have been zoned for better edge support, as well as a stabilizing layer of high-density polyfoam.

Allswell’s other mattresses are also hybrids, but thinner profiles and lower price-points make the Allswell Original and Allswell Luxe less luxurious options. However, they are also firmer, and therefore potentially more supportive for heavier sleepers.

Allswell Mattresses At-A-Glance

Allswell Supreme Allswell Original Luxe
Firmness Medium-firm (6) Firm (7-8) Firm (7-8)
Mattress Type Hybrid Hybrid Hybrid
Height 14" 10" 12"
Price (Queen) $985 $375 $645

Allswell Supreme Mattress Review: Our Verdict

The Supreme offers high performance and luxury features, including graphite and copper-infused memory foam in its comfort system, yet has an extremely budget-friendly price. For customers in search of value, it’s an appealing picture. Of course, a mattress is only a good value if it’s suitable for you, and the Supreme is most suitable for sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds. (Side and back-sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds may also find the bed works well for them.)

With its balanced medium-firm feel, the Supreme offers moderate contouring with the cradled feeling of sleeping ‘in’, rather than ‘on’, your bed. Couples are also likely to appreciate the bed’s good performance in categories like motion isolation, edge support, and suitability for sex.

Still, the Supreme isn’t right for everyone. Because it is only available with one firmness level, sleepers who prefer softer or firmer beds — or who like a ‘floating’ feel with minimal contouring — are unlikely to enjoy it. This is particularly true for stomach-sleepers over 230 pounds, who may experience lower back pain or stiffness due to inadequate pelvic support.

Choose the Allswell Supreme if...
  • You’re a value-hunter on a budget
  • You weigh less than 230 pounds, or weigh more than 230 pounds and sleep on your back or your side
  • You’re part of a couple
  • You enjoy moderate contouring and the cradled feeling of sleeping ‘in’, rather than ‘on’, your bed
Keep Shopping if...
  • You need or prefer a firmer or softer-feeling mattress
  • You prefer the floating feeling of sleeping ‘on’ your mattress
  • You have significant muscle or joint pain and require a mattress with top-tier pressure relief

How Much Is the Allswell Supreme Mattress?

The Allswell Supreme mattress costs $985 for a queen size. This is significantly lower than the average cost of a hybrid — around $2,077 — and even considerably less than the $1,500 price tag of beds in the low range. However, as the Supreme is similar in many ways to other mattresses under the Allswell brand, those on a tighter budget may be interested in the lower-priced Allswell Original and Allswell Luxe.

While it may lack some features found in more expensive luxury hybrids, the Supreme still offers copper and graphite-infused gel memory foam, which is thought to sleep cooler than traditional memory foam, as well as a high profile with thick comfort layers.

Sizes Dimensions Weight Price
Twin 39” x 75” x 10” 60 lbs $725
Twin XL 39” x 80” x 10” 64 lbs $775
Full 54” x 75” x 10” 82 lbs $885
Queen 60” x 80” x 10” 96 lbs $985
King 76” x 80” x 10” 121 lbs $1,245
California King 72” x 84” x 10” 120 lbs $1,245

How Does the Allswell Supreme Mattress Feel?

The Supreme has a medium-firm feel that we’ve graded at 6 out of 10, conforming moderately and providing a balance of pressure relief and support.

Moderate amounts of contouring from the pillow top cover and 2-inch memory foam comfort layer caused most of our testers to report feeling as though they were sleeping ‘in’, rather than ‘on’, the Supreme. While less appealing to sleepers who don’t like the feeling of sinking into their bed, this allows for minimal pressure points and relief from back and joint pain. This feeling is balanced by the transitional layer and support core, which form a supportive sleeping cradle that should not sink against the pocketed coils themselves.

In order to improve edge support, the Supreme’s coils are thicker around its perimeter. However, the coils are lacking ergonomic zoning, making for similar amounts of support throughout the mattress. While unnoticeable for the majority of people, stomach sleepers — particularly those over 230 pounds — may find the Supreme fails to adequately support their pelvic region.

What Is the Allswell Supreme Made Of?

Like many other hybrid mattresses, the Allswell Supreme pairs a memory foam and polyfoam comfort system with a support core made from pocketed coils and a thin layer of high-density polyfoam. However, it also stands apart due to its thickness, a cooling layer of gel memory foam, and a pillowy Euro-style cover.

Overall, we feel that the Supreme is a well-built bed that offers average amounts of durability for a hybrid mattress. With normal use and proper support, it should last approximately six to seven years.

Cover

All of Allswell’s mattress covers have a quilted top panel with the company’s logo. In the Supreme, this integrated cover is made from a soft polyester-cotton blend and features a 1.5-inch, Euro-style pillow top. Although we’ve given the Supreme a medium firm rating, the pillow top allows for better pressure relief and a soft-but-supportive feel.

Comfort System

The Supreme has a 4-inch comfort system consisting of a 2-inch memory foam comfort layer and a 2-inch transitional layer of high-density Energex polyfoam. Energex is bouncier and retains less heat than ordinary polyfoam, and has a feel slightly closer to synthetic latex.

The first of these layers provides the majority of the Supreme’s pressure relief, as it’s made from low-density gel polyfoam infused with copper and graphite. Gel polyfoam is thought to sleep cooler than the standard variety, and the infusions serve to improve the bed’s heat transfer and overall temperature neutrality. The polyfoam, on the other hand, prevents people from directly interacting with the firmer and less comfortable pocketed coils.

Together, the two layers allow sleepers to sink into the bed, relieving pressure, before reaching the transitional layer and the support core.

Support Core

For its support core, the Supreme features an 8-inch layer of pocketed coils paired with a half-inch layer of high-density polyfoam. Although the pocketed coils do the majority of the heavy lifting, the polyfoam layer serves to stabilize both the coils — giving them something to flex against — and the bed as a whole.

Customers interested in edge support will be pleased to know that the Supreme’s coils are zoned for better stability around the bed’s perimeter. By placing thicker coils in these areas, the Supreme can support people sitting on or sleeping near the edge.

Does the Allswell Supreme Isolate Motion?

Rating: 3/5

Motion isolation is crucial for happy bed-sharing, as couples can easily wake each other up in the night by changing positions if their mattress performs poorly in this category. Luckily, we consider the Supreme to have an average amount of motion isolation, particularly for a hybrid.

While very light sleepers may wake up when their partner moves, the majority of our testers found that they were able to sleep through any referred motion. This was true regardless of whether their partner changed position or got out of bed, though testers did report that falling asleep was more difficult when their partner was restless.

Pocketed coils transfer less movement than traditional innerspring models, but more than most all-foam options. The Supreme combats this through zoning their coils for better edge support — since inadequate edge support can cause serious disturbances when someone gets into or out of bed — as well as using motion-isolating memory foam and a thick Euro-style pillow top.

Does the Allswell Supreme Sleep Cool?

Rating: 3/5

Hybrid mattresses tend to have better temperature neutrality than all-foam models, since the open structure of their pocketed coils allows for excellent airflow, and the materials used in this layer have much better heat retention than foam. The Supreme takes advantage of these features but does not improve on them dramatically, giving it an average performance in this category.

Since the Supreme is softer than other Allswell mattresses and features a thicker and more contouring layer of memory foam, it also sleeps warmer than the Original or the Luxe. This might make those models a more attractive choice for very hot sleepers.

However, the use of cooling gel foam partially mitigates this tendency, making the comfort layer less of a heat-sink throughout the night. This construction means that the majority of sleepers — even ones who prefer a cooler sleep — should find the Supreme appropriate for most climates.

Will It Sag Along the Edges?

Rating: 4/5

Some beds sag more than others, or don’t offer the same amount of support close to its edges as it does near the bed’s center. The Allswell Supreme offers above-average edge support thanks to two important features:

  • A hybrid construction. Pocketed coils have significantly better edge support than foam support cores, since even high-density polyfoam lacks the overall stability of steel.
  • Perimeter zoning. By making the coils around the bed’s edges higher-gauged and therefore thicker, Allswell reduces both sinkage (when sitting on the bed’s side) and the feeling of roll-off when sleeping near the edge.

Overall, we believe the Supreme should suit the edge support needs of most customers, particularly couples looking to take advantage of their bed’s full surface. However, those with severe mobility concerns may require a bed with even better performance.

Is It Good for Sex?

Rating: 4/5

While the Allswell Supreme’s moderate conforming could make it less suitable for sex, it has a more responsive feel than most hybrid models and therefore gives it better performance in this area. The above-average edge support is also a valuable asset here, allowing users to utilize the edges of the mattress without sinking or falling off.

People who prefer beds with a significant amount of bounce may prefer to look elsewhere, but the majority should find that the Supreme suits them well. (The Allswell Original and Luxe also perform well in this category and share the same scores.)

What About Off-gassing?

Rating: 3/5

The Supreme has an average amount of off-gassing after being unboxed. During testing, we found that the worst of the smell dissipated within 12 hours, and most testers were happy to sleep on their new bed after this initial period. The scent was gone entirely within 24 hours, which is normal for a new hybrid mattress.

Beds with synthetic foams usually emit a smell when new. This is caused by volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), mostly harmless byproducts of the manufacturing process. While they have a distinctive scent of rubber or melted plastic, they degrade quickly and disappear along with their odor.

What Type of Sleeper Is the Allswell Supreme Mattress Best For?

The Supreme offers a balanced sleep to almost all people, regardless of their preferred sleep positions. Still, it’s worth taking a closer look at how it performed during our testing to ensure it’s the right fit for your needs.

Mattress suitability is primarily based on both sleep position preference and weight. These intersect in many areas, with some beds offering, for example, excellent support for side-sleepers below 230 pounds but not those who weigh more.

However, all mattresses show trends independent from weight, and the Supreme is no different. Overall, its thick comfort system is most suitable for side-sleepers, as the memory foam supports curves while preventing pressure points at the shoulders and hips. In contrast, people who sleep on their stomach are less likely to enjoy the Supreme due to its lack of ergonomic zoning and its medium-firm feel, particularly those who weigh above 230 pounds.

  • Side Sleepers: The Supreme has an extra-high profile, allowing for thick comfort layers that conform around side-sleepers for pressure reliefv. There were also reports from this category that the Supreme helped alleviate pain experienced after sleeping on their current bed.
  • Stomach Sleepers: Although most stomach-sleepers may enjoy the Supreme, others — particularly those above 230 pounds — may find it fails to adequately support their hips. This can cause spinal misalignment, as well as next-day pain or stiffness.
  • Back Sleepers: The majority of our back-sleeping testers reported that the Supreme provided good support that encouraged proper spinal alignment. However, testers also found that this position emphasized the feeling of sleeping ‘in’ their bed, rather than ‘on’ it.
  • Combination Sleepers: Since the Supreme performed well among a wide range of sleeper types, combination sleepers should rest easy knowing that it’s likely appropriate for their needs.

How Does Body Weight Impact the Allswell Supreme Mattress' Performance?

Weight plays a major role in mattress suitability, but the Supreme has proven that it can offer sleepers value and comfort nearly regardless of what weight category they fall into. In fact, the only combination of weight and preferred position to find the Supreme below-average are stomach-sleepers above 230 pounds.

A look at the Supreme’s construction explains its broad appeal. To begin with, it has a balanced, medium-firm feel of 6 out of 10. Lighter sleepers tend to prefer softer beds, and heavier sleepers firmer models, so this firmness score splits the difference for wide suitability. It is also significantly thicker than the average hybrid, providing more stability for heavier sleepers, in addition to minimizing the chance that someone will sink through to the support core.

Stomach-sleepers tend to struggle more than other people with finding a suitable mattress, as they need both significant support (particularly around the pelvis) and adequate pressure relief (in order to prevent shoulder stiffness). While sleepers under 230 pounds are still likely to find the Supreme offers them this balance, those who weigh more may find their hips sink into the bed and prevent proper spinal alignment.

Although the Supreme scored well across the board, for a wide variety of sleepers, it’s still crucial to consider personal preference. For example, someone who prefers the feeling of sleeping ‘on’ their mattress is unlikely to enjoy the Supreme, regardless of its suitability for their weight.

Is the Allswell Supreme Mattress Good for Couples?

The Supreme has areas in which it could improve, but it still offers the majority of couples luxury performance at a budget price-point.

Everyone has their own needs and preferences, and sharing a bed with a partner means finding one that both people enjoy. The Supreme, with its wide appeal across almost all sleep positions and weight categories, offers couples the chance to avoid compromise and satisfy both sets of requirements.

Another important consideration for couples is how well a mattress performs in the relevant categories. These include motion isolation, temperature neutrality, edge support, and suitability for sex — all categories in which the Supreme displayed average or above-average performance. While its average scores show room for improvement, few hybrids in this price range score better.

While Allswell’s other models share similar scores in many testing categories, they lack the diverse appeal of the Supreme. However, the lower cost, better temperature regulation, and improved support for heavier sleepers may make the Allswell Original or Allswell Luxe a better choice for some couples.

What Do Customers Say About the Allswell Supreme Mattress?

Allswellhome.com 4.4/5 (197 reviews)

Customers who reviewed the Allswell Supreme on its manufacturer’s site were extremely pleased with the mattress as a whole. Many reported that it greatly exceeded their expectations by living up to its claims of luxury at a budget price, with particular praise offered for its balanced firmness level and combination of both support and pressure relief.

People with a sleep partner also tended to underline that the Supreme allowed them to sleep soundly without being interrupted by their partner getting up or changing positions during the night.

The few verified owners who left reviews of less than four stars (out of five) primarily found that the Supreme was a poor fit for their weight or sleeping position. Some reported that it was too firm and therefore uncomfortable, while others had the opposite experience and found it too soft. A few people reported hip pain or the development of pressure points.

While official reviews may sometimes paint a rosier picture of a mattress than it receives elsewhere, they’re still a good place to begin your research. In general, the Supreme’s reviews matched closely with our testing results, and we believe that the mattress offers above-average performance for the majority of sleepers.

Allswell's Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

Availability Allswell mattresses are unavailable through Amazon, and ship only within the USA.

Although Walmart owns Allswell, the Allswell Supreme — unlike the Original and Luxe models — cannot be purchased through the Walmart website, and none are available in-store at Walmart. Instead, the official Allswell website is the best and most reliable place to buy the Supreme.

For customers interested in trying out the Supreme before committing to even a sleep trial, it is available for testing (and can be purchased) at specific Sleep Sherpa locations in Chicago, Illinois and Minnesota, and an Our Sleep Guide location in Austin, Texas.

Shipping Allswell offers standard shipping through all 50 states. This is free within the contiguous 48 states and DC, but customers in Hawaii and Alaska must pay a $50 shipping fee. The company also does not ship to PO boxes, as well as APO, FPO, and DPO addresses.

Orders placed before 12pm EST during the work week will ship the same day. Orders placed after this time, or those placed during the weekend, will ship the following business day. Once shipped, mattresses usually take between two to seven days to reach their final location. (Alaskan and Hawaiian customers may have a longer wait.)

Expedited shipping is only available within the contiguous states. This express option costs $50 and reduces the average delivery speed to two days after shipment.

The Supreme mattress ships compressed and bagged. All shipping fees are non-refundable.

Additional Services Customers in the contiguous states can pay an optional $99 fee for White Glove delivery, which includes full mattress assembly and set-up. As a queen-size Supreme weighs nearly 100 pounds, this is a useful option for customers without helpers or with mobility concerns. For an additional $50 — or $149 US in total — they will also remove and dispose of your previous mattress.

These services are unavailable in Alaska and Hawaii and, like all of Allswell’s shipping fees, are non-refundable in the event you choose to return your mattress during its sleep trial.

Sleep Trial Allswell offers a 100-night sleep trial for all of its mattresses, including the Allswell Supreme.

The company suggests customers test out their mattress for three weeks before making a decision, but the sleep trial begins at the date of purchase and this testing period is not enforced. Instead, customers can return their bed for a full refund (not including shipping and delivery fees) at any point during the 100 nights.

Customers who wish to return their Supreme mattress will be put in contact with Allswell’s haul-away partners within two business days, and can expect their refund ten to fourteen business days after their mattress is removed.

Refunds and returns are not available after the trial period.

Warranty The Allswell Supreme comes with a 10-year limited warranty. This begins on the date of purchase and covers indentations that are 1.5 inches or deeper. The warranty is prorated, and Allswell will repair your mattress or offer a prorated refund at its sole discretion. Customers are responsible for all shipping fees.

The warranty does not cover:

  • Temporary indentations and those less than 1.5 inches
  • Physical damage, including stains, tears, or burns (including those due to improper electric blanket use)
  • Normal wear-and-tear, including sagging and compression of foam over time
  • Changes in the owner’s preferences

The warranty applies only to the mattress’s original owner, and cannot be transferred in the case of selling or giving the mattress away.

Allswell considers the warranty to be void if the bed is not appropriately supported. They say that “it is incumbent on the consumer to maintain a proper foundation to provide the appropriate support for the mattress to maintain this warranty. Use of improper foundations, platforms or other bases upon which the mattress is placed, may result in damage to the product. The warranty will be voided if an improper base is used that causes the mattress to fail.”