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Allswell Supreme Mattress Review

Built with layers of copper-infused memory foam, springy pocketed coils, and sturdy edge support, the Allswell Supreme is designed with both pressure relief and support in mind. But does the luxury hybrid actually pull off this ambitious feat?

To find out, I tested the Supreme myself, and I’m now ready to give you the full lowdown on how it’s built and how it feels so you can decide whether or not it’s the mattress for you!

Intrigued? Well then you better keep on reading for my full review of the Allswell Supreme mattress. If you’re short on time, feel free to skip over to my review summary.

Allswell Supreme
Allswell Supreme

The Allswell Supreme is a great choice for side sleepers and couples!

Brand Snapshot

Allswell Home launched in 2018 to provide customers with luxury bedding products at not-so-luxury prices. Therefore, the collection not only boasts three hybrid mattresses, but also mattress toppers, duvet sets, sheets, throws, blankets, towels, and robes.

We won’t be getting into all these goodies today, but we will take some time later on to compare the Supreme to its mattress siblings, the Luxe and Original. But before we do any of that, let’s duck under the covers and see what’s going on in the Allswell Supreme.

Allswell Supreme
The Allswell Supreme

What is the Allswell Supreme Made of?

The Supreme stands at an impressive 14” tall, and is being billed as the brand’s most luxurious hybrid mattress. Not only does it have the same durable pocketed coils and cushiony foam as the Original and Luxe models, it also has a quilted euro-style top, added edge support, a layer of bouncy Energex foam, and a bevy of advanced cooling properties.

Woof, that’s a lot of features! To make sense of all that’s going on, let’s go through the layers one by one.

Cover – The cover is quilted for a soft and cozy handfeel. You’ll likely experience some nice comfort as soon as you stretch out on it.

Pillow top – Up first, you’ll land on a thick euro-style pillow top. This section is meant to provide some immediate pressure relief to the shoulders and hips as you slowly sink into the structure. It’s built with two different foams: a top layer of copper-infused memory foam for gentle contouring and a layer of Energex foam for bounce and mobility.

Allswell Supreme Back
You will feel like you’re sinking into the pillow top of the Allswell Supreme

This combination of foam materials creates an interesting interplay between lift and give, which could really work for side/back combo sleepers. Another interesting characteristic to note is the copper and graphite infusions in the memory foam top layer, both of which help to mitigate the overheating tendencies of the material.

Support – These soft top layers of foam are bolstered by a tall system of individually wrapped coils. Bouncy, supportive, and firm, these springs help to lift the sleeper up and out of the structure, ensuring a high level of mobility that could do wonders for combo sleepers. There’s also a section of edge support wrapped around these coils, which helps to expand the usable surface area of the mattress. While a lot of folks could benefit from this feature, couples could be especially grateful for the extra wiggle room.

Allswell Supreme Materials
Showing the materials used in the construction of the Allswell Supreme

How Does the Allswell Supreme Feel?

Now that we know how the Supreme’s made, let’s get into how it feels. To kick off the discussion, I thought we’d start with a little firmness.

As with any feel factor, firmness is a subjective measure that can change a lot depending on one’s body size, shape, and weight. Therefore, my personal response to the Supreme may be different from your own. For reference, I’m 5’10”, 190 lbs.

I was kind of surprised by the softness of the Supreme, so gave it a 6/10 on the firmness scale. When compared to the industry standard of 6.5 for medium firmness, it’s clear this bed is on the gentler side.

Allswell Supreme Firmness
I found the Allswell Supreme to have a medium firmness

I say I was surprised because hybrids are usually quite firm, thanks to their sturdy coils. But here, the supportive springs are tempered somewhat by the gentle pillow top layer. It’s not a cloudlike feel or anything like that, but it does work to soften the bounce and create a more balanced vibe. The memory foam top layer could be especially beneficial for side sleepers as the material provides some pleasant, cushiony support to the shoulders and hips.

SizeDimensionsPrice
Twin39" x 75" x 14"$725
Twin XL39" x 80" x 14"$775
Full54" x 75" x 14"$885
Queen60" x 80" x 14"$985
King76" x 80" x 14"$1,245
California King72" x 84" x 14"$1,245

Testing the Allswell Supreme Mattress

Up next, we’re going to test the Supreme for Pressure Relief and Motion Transfer. Though I’ll still be hopping on the bed to assess these two measures, I’ll also be whipping out some handy-dandy tech to help flesh out my thoughts.

Pressure Relief

When I talk about pressure relief, I’m referring to a bed’s capacity for alleviating tension in the shoulders, hips, and lower back. To demonstrate this, I like to use a pressure map.

It works like this: I roll out the map, hop aboard, and let the gadget do the rest! As I move around, my body presses into the device, which then records this force and translates it into an easy-to-read graphic. Areas of blue indicate low pressure and areas of red indicate high pressure!

Allswell Supreme Pressure
Pressure map results for the Allswell Supreme

Back – I felt pretty well supported on my back! I could feel the top layers of memory foam and Energex foam filling in the space at my lumbar region, providing some pleasant pressure relief as I sank into the mattress. I also found it quite easy to move around and change positions, thanks to the buoyant lift of the coils.

Side – The comfort continued as I turned onto my side. As I pressed into the structure, the memory foam in the pillow top contoured to my shoulders and hips, helping to cushion these sensitive spots against the force of my weight. All in all, I’d recommend this bed for strict side sleepers or combo sleepers who tend to favor their sides.

Stomach – Stomach sleeping, unfortunately, was another story. Once I got into this position, I could feel my hips sinking out of line with my shoulders. This isn’t too surprising considering the softness of the pillow top, but is something for strict stomach sleepers to watch out for.

Allswell Supreme Side
I like the Allswell Supreme for side sleepers

Motion Transfer

And now, motion transfer, or the amount of movement detectable from one side of a bed to the other. An important measure for all sleepers, but especially so for couples as it simulates how disturbing your bed mate’s tossing and turning might be in the night.

To illustrate this motion transfer, I dropped a 10 lb. steel ball from heights of 4 inches, 8 inches and 12 inches and measured the disturbance it caused: the bigger the lines, the bigger the disturbance.

Allswell Supreme Motion Transfer
I thought the Allswell Supreme did a good job of isolating motion

These are pretty decent motion transfer results, which tells me you shouldn’t be too disturbed by your partner’s movements in the night. I’d attribute this mostly to the top layer of memory foam, which works to dampen and dissipate motion across the structure.

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Other Models

So, we’ve got a pretty clear understanding of what’s going on in the Allswell Supreme, but what about the other Allswell mattresses? To find out, let’s compare all three below!

The Allswell

  • Like the Supreme, the Original is also a bed-in-a-box hybrid, though it’s got fewer layers and a more “straightforward” vibe.
  • Therefore, it’s the bounciest of the Allswell beds, as well as the most supportive.
  • In general, I’d recommend the Original for back or stomach sleepers in need of firm support.
  • Pricewise, it’s the least expensive Allswell bed, with a Queen costing $375 (for reference, the Supreme Queen is $985).
  • For more information, check out my full Original Allswell review.

Allswell Luxe

  • The Luxe is also a bed-in-a-box hybrid, but elevates the feel of the Original with advanced cooling, edge support, and a slightly taller 12” profile.
  • However, the bed is still quite bouncy and offers plenty of firm support.
  • Back and combo sleepers will likely benefit most from this sturdy and buoyant feel.
  • Pricewise, it’s right between the Original and the Supreme, with a Queen coming in at $645.
  • Learn more about the Luxe at my full review.
Allswell Supreme Feet
Testing out the Allswell Supreme

Should You Buy the Allswell Supreme?

Well folks, we’ve arrived at the end of this review! After checking out the Supreme’s construction and feel, it’s time for you to decide if it’s the mattress for you. And to help you with your decision, I’ll leave you with a few final pros and cons.

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Allswell Supreme Recommendations

  • Given the soft feel of the euro-style pillow top, I’d definitely recommend this mattress for side sleepers who need pressure relief at the shoulders and hips.
  • If you’re a fan of memory foam, you should find a lot to love in this mattress, as it features a ton of the material up top.
  • Additionally, I think couples could benefit from the bed’s decent motion transfer and excellent edge support.

Allswell Supreme Complaints

  • Stomach sleepers will probably want to avoid this mattress, as it’s not likely to be firm enough for their needs.
  • I’d also say that the bed sleeps a little hot, so may not work for those who overheat at night.
Allswell Supreme Press
Testing out the bounce of the Allswell Supreme

Company Policies

  • Trial – 100 Night
  • Shipping – Free ground, expedited is available
  • Warranty – 10 Year

How Much Does the Allswell Supreme Cost?

Allswell Supreme
Allswell Supreme

The Allswell Supreme is a great choice for side sleepers and couples!

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Logan Block
Logan is the content director of Sleepopolis, which means he not only reviews new mattresses every week, but also curates all the comparisons, best of pages, and video guides on the site. He takes a straightforward, honest approach to his reviews and endeavors to give viewers an objective look at each new product he tries out. Logan has perfected his method by personally testing over 200 different mattresses, so he’s not only able to discern the overall vibe of a specific bed, but to contextualize its feel within the bed-in-a-box market as a whole. When he’s not hopping on a new bed or working with our editorial team to whip up an engaging sleep education guide, you can find him reading books on world history, walking his dog Pepper, or searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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