Allswell Luxe Classic Hybrid Mattress Review

Allswell Mattress Review

Allswell Luxe Hybrid is one of the newest mattresses to hit the market. 

I got a chance to test their Allswell Luxe Hybrid mattress – and I liked it… for the most part.

It’s definitely not the best hybrid mattress I’ve reviewed. But it is definitely the least expensive!

Read on for my take on Walmart’s new entry into the online mattress industry (Allswell Home is owned by Walmart).

If you are are looking for another kind of mattress or want more options, see my top online mattress recommendations.

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Loom and Leaf Mattress: TempurPedic Quality for $1,500 Less

Loom and Leaf mattress review - mattress in luxury bedroom

Loom and Leaf’s luxury foam mattress offers the same quality as luxury brands iComfort and Tempur-Pedic®,  but for a LOT lower price. Loom and Leaf is a luxury memory foam mattress sold by a subsidiary of Saatva, one of the largest and best-rated direct-to-home mattress manufacturers in the US. Price-wise, L&L is closer to other online mattress companies like Nest Bedding, … Read more…

Nest Bedding Organic Hybrid Latex Mattress Review

Nest Hybrid Latex

Nest Bedding is known for their high quality affordable beds including their popular Love & Sleep and their Nest Alexander series of mattresses.

The Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex is their latest luxury product – and it is one of their best. Especially if you love organic beds like me.

The Hybrid Latex mattress combines the best of two worlds, innerspring and latex.

But Nest doesn’t use just any latex – they use the platinum-standard, GOLS-certified organic latex. They also offer a less expensive Oeko-Tex certified natural latex version.

In addition, Nest Bedding offers several different comfort and configuration options including a split mattress, three comfort levels and the option of a topper.

Sound interesting?

Then read my full Nest Bedding hybrid latex mattress review below.

NOTE: To compare the Nest Hybrid with other latex mattresses sold online, check out my recent roundup of the best latex mattresses.

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Saatva Mattress Review: Innerspring Luxury For $1,000 Less

memory foam vs. spring mattress

If you’re shopping for a luxury innerspring mattress, then make sure you check out Saatva before you buy. Saatva offers the most advanced online innerspring mattress to date. Their 5-layer hybrid coil/foam construction is completely different than the pure foam mattresses that dominate the direct-to-home mattress industry. The Saatva mattress’ coil-on-coil construction offers better, springier top-layer support, durability and excellent levels of comfort, support, … Read more…

Puffy LUX Mattress: My 10-Minute In-Depth Review

Puffy Mattress

If you are looking for a more luxurious memory foam mattress and don’t mind paying a little more for it, then the Puffy Lux is a great choice.

The Puffy Lux uses softer foams which feel plush and contour more easily around your body. And their use of Cooling Cloud foam ensures you sleep cool.

Puffy is so confident about the quality and longevity of their soft foam mattress, they stand behind it with a lifetime warranty – a rarity among memory foam mattresses.

In this 10-minute review of the Puffy Lux, I’ll cover what I learned during my two weeks sleeping in a Queen-sized Puffy Lux.

NOTE: If the Puffy Lux is not what you are looking for, then check out my reviews of other top-rated online mattresses.

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Puffy Mattress Review

Puffy Mattress

If you are looking at Casper and Leesa but want a better-quality mattress plus the assurance of a lifetime (forever) warranty, then Puffy is a great alternative.

Puffy uses high-quality gel memory foam and a firm base layer to provide a nice balance of soft comfort with firm support. Their gel foam ensures you stay cool at night while providing excellent contouring.

There are no comfort level choices – this one is designed for the 80-percent of us who like a medium-firm bed.

Heavier sleepers should upgrade to the new Puffy Lux, which increases the thickness to 12″ and is more comfortable (see my recent review of the new Puffy Lux here).

NOTE: If you are looking for something different than Puffy, check out my complete list of mattresses in my online mattress guide.

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Metta Bed Mattress Review: Pure Organic Latex for a Bargain Price

Metta Bed Mattress

The Metta Bed is the least expensive pure (95% organic) latex mattress you can buy online.

A comparable natural latex mattress sold in a local retail outlet starts typically sell for thousands more. In contrast, a Metta Bed Queen costs just $1,299 – about the same as most synthetic foam mattresses.

So… is there a catch?

Well, yes. There are a couple of sacrifices you make. For one, it’s thinner than most other natural latex mattresses.

But the short story here is that the Metta Bed is a high-quality natural latex mattress with excellent support and pressure relief… for most people.

Keep reading this 10-minute review to see if Metta is the right mattress for you.

To learn about other top-rated natural latex mattresses sold online, check out my Ecoterra review, Plushbeds review and Avocado Green review.

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Helix Mattress: Custom-Fit Luxury At a Bargain Price

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If you want a custom-fit mattress without breaking the bank, then Helix is an excellent choice. Helix is all about building a customized sleeping experience for you based on science – at the lowest price possible. Their made-to-order hybrid (foam + coil) mattress is an exciting and unique product in the fast-growing online mattress industry. Every Helix mattress is made using proven … Read more…

DreamCloud Mattress Review

DreamCloud Mattress Review

We’ve reviewed thick online mattresses on SleepDelivered before, but the DreamCloud mattress is our first 15-incher.

That’s as thick as the best Stearns & Foster, Beautyrest Black and other luxury brands.

But the DreamCloud costs a whole lot less 😉

The DreamCloud is a quilted-top, super-comfortable luxury hybrid mattress that uses memory foam for pressure relief, a coiled spring layer for durable support and natural latex foam to add a little bounce.

My husband and I were really impressed with this one.

It’s definitely not perfect for everyone, though.  For example, they only offer one comfort level. And no Twins.

Still interested?

Then keep reading our latest review (~10 mins) to learn if the DreamCloud mattress is right for you!

To compare DreamCloud with other luxury mattresses sold online, read my best mattresses guide. 

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Leesa Mattress Review: The Best All-Purpose Foam Mattress Yet?

Leesa mattress review - young woman on bed

Leesa has upped the game in the one-size-fits-all budget foam mattress category. 

The Leesa mattress provides a level of comfort I’ve never seen before in a one-size-fits-all mattress.

In my opinion, it’s equal to mattresses that cost as much as 3 times more… including some of the latest offerings from Tempurpedic, Optimum, iComfort and Comforpedic.

Leesa is built with premium materials, features three layers of high quality foam and is made with pride in the USA.

Like its #1 competitor, Casper, Leesa customers enjoy free shipping, a 100 night free trial and easy returns. But Leesa costs $100 less.

So how well does Leesa compare with other one-size-fits-all beds in a box like Casper, Tuft and Needle, Ghostbed and Bear?

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