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Allswell Mattress Review:
Sturdy Support at an Accessible Price

UPDATED

Written by Katie Kottemann

Reviewed by Dr. Michael Breus

Expert Tested

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Mattress Review

Allswell Mattress

Details

  • Type: Hybrid

  • Firmness: Firm (7)

  • Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

  • Price Range: $279 – $539

  • Warranty: 10 Year, Limited

Highlights

  • Combines gel-infused memory foam with individually pocketed coils
  • Accessible price-point for a hybrid mattress
  • 100-night sleep trial

Ideal For

  • Those who sleep hot
  • Back sleepers
  • Budget-conscious shoppers

Allswell Mattress: Our Verdict

Price and comfort are important factors when choosing a new mattress, and the Allswell checks both boxes. This firm (7) hybrid model is built for budget-conscious shoppers. It consists of gel-infused memory foam and individually pocketed coils for a supportive, temperature-regulating surface at a reasonable price. 

The graphite and copper gel in the bed’s memory foam layer is designed to keep the bed cool, while the coils let air circulate throughout the mattress. A reinforced perimeter allows you to sleep or sit along the bed’s edge. 

While this mattress has a thinner comfort layer than many hybrids, it appeals to sleepers who prefer a responsive surface with limited sinkage. In addition to its economical price-point, the 100-night sleep trial and 10-year limited warranty make the Allswell Mattress a good option for value seekers.

Allswell Mattress: An Introduction

Walmart launched the Allswell digital home brand in 2018. The collection offers budget-friendly sleep products, including mattresses, toppers, bed frames, pillows, sheets, and pet beds.

Allswell’s mattress line consists of five hybrid models. The flagship Allswell Mattress combines gel-infused memory foam and pocketed coils at an accessible price. 

Our testing team evaluated the Allswell Mattress in several performance categories. We’ll cover those results, including which types of sleepers this mattress is best suited for and what it’s like to sleep on the Allswell Mattress.

How We Review

Our team applies a rigorous methodology when testing sleep products. We collect feedback and data from testers of different body types and position preferences to assess a broader range of experiences. This helps us accurately assess each mattress on relevant performance criteria, providing a precise picture of how the same surface may feel to different sleepers.

What’s It Like to Sleep on the Allswell Mattress?

The Allswell Mattress combines consistent support and notable temperature control. We found that the reinforced perimeter makes it easy to get into and out of bed and use the full sleep surface. The graphite and copper gel in the comfort layers is designed for cooling, and our temperature readings showed that the bed retains little heat.

The mattress’ firm (7) construction is especially well suited to side sleepers over 130 pounds, stomach sleepers under 230 pounds, and back sleepers of all body weights.

Allswell Mattress Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Strong edge support for more usable surface area
  • Cooling features engineered to regulate temperatures
  • Budget-friendly price compared to other hybrid models

Cons

  • Thin comfort layer provides limited pressure relief
  • Firm surface lacks the hug usually associated with memory foam
  • Co-sleepers may feel vibrations from each other’s movements

Sleeping Positions, Body Weight, and Firmness

The ideal mattress firmness depends largely on your body type and position preferences. The right combination of contouring and support helps relieve pressure while promoting spinal alignment. To understand how the Allswell feels to different sleepers, we ask for feedback from testers in different weight groups with varying preferred positions. 

Based on these evaluations, the Allswell Mattress is a 7 on our 10-point firmness scale, which qualifies as firm. 

This rating appeals to a variety of sleepers, especially back sleepers. Side sleepers over 130 pounds and stomach sleepers under 230 pounds may also find the Allswell Mattress comfortable.

Allswell Mattress

Under 130 lbs.130-230 lbs.Over 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers2/53/53/5
Back Sleepers3/53/54/5
Stomach Sleepers3/54/52/5

Side Sleepers

The Allswell Mattress is well suited to side sleepers over 130 pounds. However, our testers in this weight group found the Allswell Luxe and the Allswell Supreme more comfortable for side sleeping because of their thicker comfort systems. Meanwhile, team members under 130 pounds preferred the Allswell Cool for side sleeping because of its softer feel and more generous comfort system.

Back Sleepers

Across body weights, most back sleepers are likely to find the Allswell Mattress comfortable. Our testers over 230 pounds noted a nearly ideal blend of contouring and support. Every other Allswell model also earns high marks from our back sleepers, particularly the Allswell Brick.

Stomach Sleepers

Because of the Allswell’s firm (7) construction, our testers under 230 pounds experienced good support when sleeping on their stomachs. The midsections of testers over 230 pounds sagged a bit. These team members preferred the thick, supportive comfort system of the Allswell Brick.

Our Performance Ratings

Our testers rated the Allswell Mattress in several performance categories using our five-point scale. A score of one is poor, while five is excellent.

Pressure Relief

Rating: 2/5

Because of its relatively thin comfort layer, the Allswell Mattress lacks the pressure relief of many hybrids. The Allswell contains a 2-inch comfort layer, while the average range is 2 to 4 inches. Combined with the firm feel, the thinner comfort layer leads to considerably less contouring than we normally see from hybrids. Our testers, especially those under 130 pounds, reported experiencing pressure around their hips and shoulders when lying on their sides.

Temperature Neutrality

Rating: 4/5

Despite its memory foam comfort layer, our temperature readings showed that the Allswell Mattress doesn’t retain much heat. The memory foam is infused with graphite and copper gel engineered to wick away warmth. Because the Allswell is firm, most sleepers don’t sink in deeply enough to significantly restrict airflow around their bodies. Air also circulates through the coil core, allowing heat to dissipate.

Motion Isolation

Rating: 3/5

The Allswell’s memory foam comfort layer and individually pocketed coils limit the spread of vibrations across the surface. Based on our testing, we’d expect most sleep partners to notice very minimal motion transfer. However, because the memory foam layer is fairly thin, the Allswell does not isolate movement as well as fully as some hybrid models.

Edge Support

Rating: 4/5

Thanks to the core’s reinforced perimeter, the Allswell has sturdy edge support. Our testers noticed very little compression along the sides, which made it easy for them to lie and sit on the bed’s edge. The Allswell’s stable perimeter can also help you get into and out of bed and allow you to utilize the mattress’ entire surface.

Durability

Rating: 3/5

The average hybrid mattress lasts 7 to 10 years depending on use and care. Based on its construction, we anticipate that the Allswell Mattress is likely to meet this estimated timeframe. However, sleepers may notice evidence of wear and tear, such as creaking springs.

Ease of Movement

Rating: 4/5

Because of its reinforced perimeter, firm feel, and responsive design, the Allswell Mattress was easy for our testers to move on. Most sleepers don’t sink deeply into the bed, simplifying position changes.

Sex

Rating: 4/5

The Allswell Mattress is firm and responsive, two traits that couples tend to prefer in a surface for sexual activity. Partners should be able to move around freely without sinking enough to feel trapped. The Allswell’s cooling features also help prevent uncomfortable heat retention.

Off-Gassing

Rating: 3/5

Most mattresses with synthetic foam that ship compressed in boxes experience some off-gassing. This involves the bed releasing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the manufacturing process. VOCs often have a chemical odor but are generally considered harmless. Set up your Allswell Mattress in a well-ventilated area, and the smell should fade within a few days.

What Is the Allswell Mattress Made Of?

The Allswell Mattress has a quilted cover that contains a .5-inch layer of polyfoam to cushion the surface. The comfort layer uses 2 inches of memory foam infused with graphite and copper gel designed to disperse body heat. Individually pocketed coils make up the core, and the edges are reinforced for more usable surface area. 

Allswell uses CertiPUR-US certified foam. This means it does not contain known harmful materials, like mercury, formaldehyde, and lead.

Allswell Construction Layers

Mattress Construction LayersDetails
Cover MaterialQuilted With Polyfoam
Comfort LayersGraphite and Copper Gel-Infused Memory Foam
Support CorePocketed Coils

How Much Does the Allswell Mattress Cost?

Because of its simple construction, the Allswell Mattress is inexpensive, especially compared to other hybrids. The average hybrid model costs $1,600 to $2,200, but the Allswell Mattress starts at less than $500.

While the Allswell is a budget-friendly option, the company also offers higher-priced models with upgraded designs. For example, the Allswell Luxe is slightly more expensive than the Allswell and contains a thicker comfort system.

SizesPriceDimensionsHeightWeight
Twin$33938.5” x 74.5”10”62 lbs.
Twin XL$34938.5” x 79.5”10”63 lbs.
Full$37954” x 74.5”10”86 lbs.
Queen$44960” x 79.5”10”100 lbs.
King$53975.5” x 79.5”10”124 lbs.
California King$53972” x 84”10”116 lbs.

Which Allswell Mattress Is Right for You?

In addition to the flagship Allswell Mattress, the company also offers other hybrid options that may be better suited to some sleepers. For example, the Allswell Cool includes a gel-infused quilted cover designed with hot sleepers in mind. Because of its medium firm (6) feel, the Allswell Cool also performs better for most side sleepers.

The Allswell Brick is comparable in firmness to the Allswell, but it includes a thicker comfort layer that performs better for most stomach sleepers. 

Each Allswell model has distinct benefits for some sleepers. The best model for you ultimately depends on your body type, preferred sleep position, budget, and other needs.

Allswell Mattresses at a Glance

ModelFirmnessMattress TypeHeightBase Price (Queen)
Allswell MattressFirm (7)Hybrid10”$449
Allswell BrickFirm (7)Hybrid12”$699
Allswell LuxeMedium Firm (6)Hybrid12”$699
Allswell SupremeMedium Firm (6)Hybrid14”$999
Allswell CoolMedium Firm (6)Hybrid13”$999

Discounts and Coupons

Allswell provides several options to save money through its website. The company offers 15% off your first order if you join its mailing list or agree to receive text messages. Discounts are also frequently available around popular holidays for shopping, like Black Friday, Memorial Day, and Labor Day.

Where Can You Buy the Allswell Mattress?

The Allswell Mattress is sold through the Allswell website and Walmart.com. The mattress is also available in brick-and-mortar Walmart stores, though size options are limited. Ordering online through the Allswell website gives shoppers the full selection of sizes and models. Online purchases directly through the Allswell site also include a 100-night sleep trial.

Buying Information and Customer Policies
AvailabilityAllswell ships orders to all 50 U.S. states. You can place your order on either the Allswell or Walmart websites. Select sizes may also be available in Walmart stores.
Shipping OptionsOrders over $35 placed through the Allswell website ship free to the contiguous states, while shipments to Alaska and Hawaii incur a $50 fee. Expedited mattress shipping is available for an additional $75 fee. 

The mattress arrives compressed, wrapped in two layers of plastic, and encased in a box. To set up your mattress, bring it to your room of choice, remove it from the box, and place it on the foundation. Carefully remove both layers of plastic. It should only take a few minutes for the mattress to take shape, but allow 48 hours for it to fully decompress.
Sleep TrialOrders through the Allswell website come with a 100-night sleep trial. Customers can return their mattresses for a full refund of the purchase price within the trial period. Mattress removal and recycling fees may apply.
WarrantyThe Allswell Mattress is covered by a 10-year limited warranty. Covered defects include visible indentations over 1.5 inches deep. Normal wear and tear, physical damage, and issues associated with an improper foundation or base are not covered.

Allswell Mattress FAQ

Is Allswell owned by Walmart?

Allswell is a Walmart-owned digital home brand. Its product line includes affordable sleep products, including several mattress models.

Can you sleep on an Allswell Mattress right away?

You can sleep on the Allswell Mattress a few minutes after unpacking it. Once the plastic is removed, the mattress should decompress quite quickly. However, the mattress may take up to 48 hours to reach its full height.

Can you return an Allswell Mattress?

Mattress orders through the Allswell website come with a 100-night sleep trial period during which you can return your purchase.

Do you need a box spring with an Allswell Mattress?

The Allswell Mattress does not require a box spring specifically, but it does need proper support. The company recommends using either a box spring or slatted foundation with slats no more than 3 inches apart.

About The Author

Katie Kottemann

Staff Writer, Sleep Products


Katie is a writer, editor, and researcher based in Englewood, Colorado. With a doctorate in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she has written and edited for Peterson’s and Innerbody Research as well as been a writing professor. Katie is passionate about helping consumers make more informed choices.

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