Written by Rebecca Graham | Last Updated November 1st, 2019Rebecca Graham manages the mortgages blog at BestCompany.com and writes to empower readers to make sound financial decisions based on thorough research. She loves sushi, bluegrass music, and hiking.
As much as my team and I would love a bed for naps in the breakroom, it's rare we have a mattress in the office.
Luckily, Allswell recently sent us its newly-released 14-inch Euro-top mattress, The Supreme, and we had the chance to gauge its comfort for ourselves.
Back sleepers, side sleepers, and tummy sleepers give The Supreme queen two thumbs up. It provides ample support while still feeling plush. We would not put it in the “firm” category. Motion transfers only minimally from one side to the other, and the side handles make it easy to transport the mattress.
Softness stood out as the main descriptor amongst our team, and it makes sense given the construction of the mattress. The soft quilted panel sits atop a 2-inch layer of Energex™ pressure-relieving, temperature-regulating foam. The bulk of the mattress is a hybrid foam and coil construction.
The Supreme is one of the most affordable hybrid mattresses in the industry, with one competitor charging more than double for a comparable product. Allswell pricing for the Supreme starts at $745 for the twin:
- Twin — $745
- Twin XL — $785
- Full — $885
- Queen — $985
- King — $1,145
- Cal King — $1,145
It can take time to determine if a mattress will be a good fit over the long term, so anyone can test The Supreme with Allswell's 100-night risk-free trial. Read more about Allswell or leave a review if you've tried any of the company's three mattress models for yourself.