Lull Mattress Review

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We are in the new decade, it is the year 2021 and we are done with the new findings and updates of our Lull Bed review. Lull’s king and queen mattresses continue to lead the company’s sales. It is followed by the double mattress for the nursery.

One of the main reasons customers love the Lull mattress is the quality at this price. Offers more comfort compared to other mattresses at the same price. Add a coupon and the price will be more attractive.

The Lull mattress appears to have been designed by someone who wanted to revolutionize the mattress industry. Before we explain why, let’s take a look at some features that work for and against the mattress.

Feature Highlights

  • All in memory foam but with a firm touch.
  • Hybrid experience of internal springs and memory foam.
  • Minimal movement transfer.
  • Minimal heat retention.
  • Good value in the segment (under $1000)
  • Center edge support.
  • Memory foam fans may find it a bit firm.


The rest mattress is a 10-inch three-layer mattress that is made of superior quality foam. The top layer is a gel-based memory foam layer to absorb heat. The middle layer is a transition layer of a foam mix. The last layer is the polyurethane that forms the base layer.

The Lull mattress comes with a soft, breathable cover that can be hand washed if needed. It can be used with or without a bed base.

The mattress lacks the typical extra sagging feeling that you would notice with memory foam mattresses. Depending on your preference, this can be an advantage or a disadvantage of this mattress. Provides good support to the whole body.

Lull’s mattress is very competitively priced and generally costs less than memory foam mattresses in its segment. The mattress comes with a risk-free 10-year, 100-night trial warranty.

The Lull mattress is made in the USA and comes with CertiPUR-US® certification. It is free of toxins that can affect your long-term health.

Construction and Structure of Lull Mattress

The mattress cover is one of the important aspects of the mattress. The cover is soft and breathable thanks to the good quality polyester and rayon. It is stretchy and retains its cuddly quality even with repeated use.

The mattress cover is removable and can be hand washed for cleaning. It is a two-tone cover with gray sides and a white top.

Under the cover is the real mattress with three layers of quality foam. Let’s take a look at the specifications of each layer.

The top layer is a 1.5-inch gel-infused memory foam to keep you feeling cool. We found the quality of the heat absorption to be perfect. Effectively distributes body heat without disturbing you at night. This is good news for warm sleepers. Supports the back and avoids the development of pressure points to provide the required comfort.

The middle layer is a 1.5-inch foam mix that acts as a transition layer. The main function of this layer is to keep your spine in good shape while you sleep. This is essential if you want to wake up with physical aches or pains.

The third layer is the mattress support. It is made of 7-inch dense polyurethane foam. Provides a foundation and support to the body using the other two layers.

How Firm is Lull Mattress? ( feel and experience )

The mattress feels medium to medium firm. If you graduate from a classic memory foam mattress, this comes across as “hard.” You can expect to get used to it within 4-7 days. You will not feel any discomfort during this transition period.

It comes with a soft cover to give you a nice first feeling.

When you get into bed, you feel a little saggy. But this will lead to a feeling of support and load through the middle and third layers. Perfectly supports the body contour.

This is a side sleeper mattress because it rests well around the shoulders and waist. Some stomach sleepers may not find the right firmness for this mattress. Because of the sinking feeling, the alignment of your spine may not be adequate if you sleep on your stomach.

It’s a 10-inch thick mattress, so it should be good for all body types, including the heaviest (over 220 pounds).

Spine Health

The mattress, which generally has a medium to medium firm feel, is recommended for good spinal health. The mattress is firm enough to give you the right combination of comfort and avoid back problems for most sleepers.

Motion Transfer

Memory foam mattresses are known to provide excellent motion isolation. The mattress of rest is no different. Shows minimal movement transfer to your sleeping partner.

Most of the feedback we received from previous customers gave a big thumbs up in this regard. Tossing and turning at night will not affect your partner sleeping next to you.

Edge Support

Edge support is the strong point of spring mattresses. Foam mattresses never combine edge support with internal spring support. So our comparison results are more in line with what you experience with memory foam mattresses.

If you prefer to sleep close to the edge, the support is sufficient. Edge support is below par when you sit on the edge. Edge bolsters are better than your classic memory foam mattress.

The Lull mattress is a bit firmer than a normal memory foam mattress. That’s why it provides a bit of resilience, thanks to the three-layer foam. It also adds to the edge support.

Sleep Quality

Sleep quality is the consistent experience you get over a period of time. The mattress meets the expectations you set with the technical specifications and price. Our team researched and collected feedback from previous customers. They have been using the mattress for 6 months or more.

Provides ample column support for all types of sleepers. Most clients reported a good night’s sleep.

Final Thoughts

The Lull mattress is a winner and scores well on most parameters. The Lull mattress is a 10” foam mattress and comes with a 100 night trial. It’s worth your time and effort. Most people end up storing it because it is good at preventing motion transfer and overheating.

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