Lull Mattress Unboxing

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I’m going to be doing a review of the Lull, which is a bed in a box mattress that uses a memory foam comfort layer to provide pressure relief. It’s going to be my first experience with a Lull mattress, so I’m excited to jump in. First things first, I have to get the mattress set up.

Initial Thoughts

  • Memory Foam – The comfort layer of the Lull consists of 1.5 inches of memory foam which provides some immediate pressure relief by allowing the sleeper to sink into the mattress a bit.
  • Balanced Feel – The foam layer beneath the comfort layer is a little firmer than the memory foam and has some bounce to it. This helps to give the mattress a medium firmness and keeps the sleeper from feeling stuck, which can be a problem with some memory foam mattresses.
  • Value – The Lull is a well constructed and comfortable mattress for a low price.

That’s it for now, be sure to stay on the lookout for my upcoming full review!

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Logan Block

Logan Block

Logan is the Director of Content at Sleepopolis and the main mattress man around these parts. A Buffalo native, Logan spent several years working in project management in both Boston and New York City. In his free time Logan likes walking his dog, lifting weights, and searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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  1. Serious question: when you do these sales unboxings and reviews, have you ever gotten an incredible urge to come out and say, “Ya know, to be totally candid and to tell you the God’s honest truth, I hate it. This mattress SUCKS.”

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