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Aireloom is a brand of California based E.S. Kluft & Company that is sold exclusively in mattress retailers across the US. It's claim to fame is their patented 'Aireloom lift' that increases the areas of low pressure when one is laying on the mattress. This gives the sense that the bed is cradling you. However, there are common complaints about the mattress's durability and some claim that it sags. Additionally, price is a potential issue with the brand because there isn't transparent pricing online.
Aireloom brand makes exclusively handmade hybrid mattresses. Their mattresses are made of a blend of foam and latex on the upper part of the mattress, followed by natural materials, and coils. They also provide a foundation, which is important to note. Their mattresses are made with high quality materials, including pocket coils, memory foams, and latex. Their products do NOT have a CertiPUR-US certification, meaning that there may be offgassing from some of the memory foam they use. It is important to note that most folks don't complain about the quality of materials, but just the overall feel and sagging. We believe based on our research, that Aireloom does indeed provide high quality materials in its mattresses.
They have four different lines of mattresses. We'll go in depth on each one of them.
The Synchronized Support line comes with two options: the LuxeTop Design and the Streamline Design. The main difference between is the LuxeTop has an additional 1/2 inch, while the Streamline compacts that last half inch. This is mostly a cosmetic distinction. Additionally, Aireloom offers an additional latex Comfort Pad that you can strap onto this mattress for added softness.
- Two layers of talalay latex
- One layer of cotton
- One layer of foam
- Pocket coils
- Divan base with 8-3/4 guage innerspring system
The pros of this mattress are its luxury materials and hand-made design.
The cons are reports of noise and sagging after a short time falling in line with the customer feedback about Aireloom in general.
Price Range: $2999-$9839
Final Score: 7.8 / 10
Rip Van Winkle
The Rip Van Winkle mattress has an old world style. It comes in three styles based on firmness: Plush, Medium Firm, and Firm. Additionally, there are options for a low profile 5'' option for any one of these.
- 42 lbs of cotton felt
- Talalay latex layer (firm to plush)
- High density support foams
- Off-set coil innersprings
- Base of 13 gauge coils
The pros of this mattress are the natural cotton, traditional design, luxury materials, and range of offerings.
The cons: First, this is one of the biggest culprits of sagging according to online reviewers. James from San Clemente reported that within a short time: 'It had extreme sagging on my side of the bed (I weigh 210 lbs) along with a very large hump in the middle - this occured despite rotating the bed every two months.'
Price Range: $2599-$4199
Final Score: 6.9 / 10
The Preferred Aireloom mattress comes in three design choices with offerings from plush to firm and its claim to fame is its use of super soft Tencel in the surface and dilligence to modern advances in memory foam. Out of the three options, the Preferred Luxetop has an additional 1/2 layer on top. The Streamline is similar but without the additional cosmetic 1/2 layer. The last is the Streamline Channel Design, which has rows rather than the standard tuft top -- again mostly a cosmetic choice with only a small amount of feel.
- Temperature regulating 'Airegelle'
- Plush or high density foams
- Memory foam
- Pocket coils
- Tempered coils based on feel
- Attached foundation
The pros of this mattress are the cooling Airegel technology, smooth feel of the Tencel fabric, and the luxury materials.
The cons are the overall price tag is high for a memory foam mattress and there have been similar reports of sagging.
Price Range: $2675-$4079
Final Score: 8.0 / 10
Aspire & Hotel Collection
The Aireloom Aspire collection is the minimalist of the line. It's first option is the 'Phase Change' plush version that has temperature regulating foam tech. The second version is the Triple Option that has firm through plush selections.
- Memory foam and 'Airelux' foams
- Pocket coils
- 9'' or 5'' foundation
The pros of this bed are that it is the most affordable of the line, while still being hand crafted.
The cons are that it still has some of the lingering sagging complaints and a high price point.
Price Range: $1300-$2099
Final Score: 7.7/10
Bought a aireloom mattress 6 months ago from sit and sleep. Worst mattress I have ever owned. Sags so bad that I wake up with a backache every morning. Sis and sleep well not do a thing about it
My husband and I have never been so cozy comfortable. We have the split king with adjustable base.
I immediately was relieved from hip pain that I had from a fairly new Temperpedic mattress.
The only complaint we have is: WE DON'T WANT TO GET OUT OF BED IN THE MORNING.
We purchased our Aireloom Chantille Ultra Plush Euro Top Eastern King mattress from Mancini's in Mountain View, CA., Nov. 2012. What had sold us on spending $8101.00 on a mattress was that when we tested it in the showroom we did not feel the movement of our partner. For us, who are light sleepers, this is a major deal. Our body was supported and it was very comfortable. A bit too high for us, so we exchanged the tall box spring for one that was several inches shorter.
We received that mattress and straight away there was a problem. Not Mancini's problem, we would need to contact an independent inspector (Premier Inspection Services,LTD.), at our expense, to analyze the mattress and make a recommendation. He did, and basically said that the problem was in our head.
Here it is 2016 and the mattress still does not live up to the mattress that we tested in the showroom. The shape is trapezoidal, and we feel every movement that our partner makes. Rolling over, change in position, sneezing and coughing are all felt by the other.
We feel gypped and misled. How could we have been so stupid. We could have purchased a cheaper mattress and changed it out when it no longer was comfortable.
We initially bought a tempurpedic based on many recommendations. 30 days later and my back was an absolute mess. I could hardly move and I was at the chiropractor 6 times in 30 days. The chemical smell was horrible and I was sweating my butt off. My wife could not bear to sleep in it. I even had my kids jump on it to try to 'break it in'.
So, we went back to the store and the sales person was very helpful in assisting with the problems that we were having. My wife stumbled across the Aireloom mattresses and suggested I try it out. I fell in love with the support and comfort immediately. The price kind of scared me initially, but with 30 days of hell behind me, I was up for anything. I like the fact that there are many 'real' materials in this mattress and it is not a cookie cutter mattress made out of chemicals. The delivered the mattress promptly and our first night was heaven. Support, cool and comfort. We noticed immediately that when the two of us were in the middle of the bed, there was considerable sag to the mattress. I was kind of perplexed by this until I was on the floor playing with our dog and my wife and kids were horsing around in the bed. I noticed that there was significant flex in the box spring support slats when they were rolling around on the bed. Being an amish bed frame, the box is supported by 3/4 inch oak slats that run from side to side. I made up support blocks positioned under the slats in the middle of the bed and the problem was rectified. This bed is as comfortable today as it was the day we bought it.
This is so interesting....A couple of years ago, my mom gave me her brand new, Aireloom Hybrid Bamboo mattress as she decided to purchased a different size (mine is a queen). I live in an older building, and there is a place in my bedroom floor where it's uneven, so when I started to feel like I had to roll uphill to turn over in bed, I figured it was the floor, not the mattress; however, my handyman used his balance to show me that the floor underneath my bed is indeed level, which was so baffling to me, as I feel as though I am sleeping in a ditch when I am on my side of the bed.
I have a solid platform bed, with storage drawers, so it can't be chalked up to an unsteady base or bed frame. I stumbled upon this site accidentally this evening, while researching mattresses, and am now 100% convinced that my mattress is to blame, and I am not crazy.
Not only that, but the mattress weighs about a million pounds, and sits inside the platform, so that changing the fitted sheet is akin to a strenuous gym workout. Just lifting the mattress is ridiculous. Once, while lifting the corner, I felt the fabric tear, on the underside of the mattress.
My mom kept telling me how expensive the mattress was, that it was a really good mattress. I can't lie; it's super cushy and comfortable, but the sagging is beyond annoying. I have propped it up under one side with books/magazines to even it out, but I can promise you I won't be spending my own money on an aireloom, when I am ready to replace this one.
When we tried this bed in the store my husband felt very comfortable as soon as he laid on it. I felt like it was a little firm, but thought I could get use to it. From the first night it has been a nightmare for both of us. We are exhausted! My back, shoulders, hips ache. It has gotten so bad after two weeks I have gone to the spare bedroom. My husband is not sleeping well and it feels like only after two weeks there is already a body impression on his side of the bed. He feels that the bed sleeps hot. I have not noticed that yet. Very disappointed overall.
Do not even think of buying an airloom bed. We bought one from Macys in Oceanside. It began to sag within about a month or two.
Made the mistake of waiting too long to call the company. You have 90 days. After that, they came out and agreed that it sagged , but since it wasn't over an inch and a half they would not take it back. Actually the bed sagged an inch and the box spring sagged another 1/2 inch which equals the 1 1/2 inches but since the box spring was involved they would not take it back. Macy's refused to help. We sold the bed less than a year later with over a $3000.00 loss.
My advice is do not get involved with Airloom.
I purchased an Aireloom Mattress. The store that I bought it from no longer carries Aireloom. The inspector from the independent inspection company determined that the mattress failed. Originally, Linda Menzel from Aireloom wanted me to spend about $1420 to ship the mattress to California from New Jersey and back. When I pointed out that they had a plant in PA, Ms. Menzel stated that it would cost $620 to ship the mattress to and from PA.
When I accepted their offer to ship the mattress to PA, Aireloom wanted me to sign an agreement not to disparage as well as waive any future legal rights. After questioning Ms. Menzel, she stated that even if the mattress were defective when it was returned to me, I could not sue Aireloom. By adding the requirement of not to disparage and to waive all future rights, they violated the terms of their warranty and thus defrauded me.
In my opinion, Aireloom is a terrible company to deal with because they do not honor their warranty. If they did this to me, do you think they will treat you any differently?
I bought an aireloom mattress from OC mattress in Costa Mesa CA. Was told when I bought this that there was no memory foam, but alas this was untrue. After purchase I noticed heat retention and complained to the store and manufacturer. Found out that it contained 7% memory foam. After several months have noticed sagging and 'holes.'' Paid lots of money and disappointed. Would not recommend.
If you're researching a new mattress please read the above reviews and DO NOT buy an Aireloom product. Like the others above have written within weeks my wife and I found our new mattress to be forming deep depressions. We called Aireloom and they sent an inspector and the results were that the 'holes' were within expected body depressions. That's the last Aireloom I'll ever buy. Absolute junk.