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Luuf Mattress Review – Are There Better Options?

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I was recently given a Luuf mattress for review. This mattress is a high-quality hybrid mattress that comes in multiple firmness options.  A queen size retails for $1,099 and for that price you get great craftsmanship beyond what you would typically get from an online brand. 

Overview of the Luuf mattress

The Luuf mattress is a bed-in-a-box mattress that is designed to provide a comfortable and supportive sleeping experience. The company claims that their mattresses are made with high-quality materials and offer great value for the price.

The Luuf mattress is available in three different models: The Essential, The Hybrid, and The Latex. The Essential model is an all-foam mattress that provides a medium-firm feel, while The Hybrid model combines foam and coils to provide a balance of comfort and support. The Latex model features a layer of natural latex that provides responsive support and pressure relief.

All three models of the Luuf mattress come with a removable and washable cover made with a blend of polyester and rayon. The mattresses are also designed to be compatible with most bed frames, including adjustable bases.

The Luuf mattresses come with a 101-night sleep trial and a 10-year limited warranty. Customers can also choose to add on optional white glove delivery and setup services for an additional fee.

Overall, the Luuf mattress seems to be a quality choice for those in the market for a new mattress, with a variety of models and materials to choose from, as well as a generous sleep trial and warranty..

The Luuf mattress can be purchased through our website or through their website It comes in 3 different firmness options going from softest to firmest:

Plush Multi Sleeper
Luxury Firm Multi Sleeper
Firm Sleeper

Here’s a video of me on the Luuf Plush Multi Sleeper. 

Your mattress will arrive in a box. This is a heavy mattress though so may take two people to get into your room. This is what it looks like once you get it out of the box.

Luft Mattress PackageThis mattress can be slept on right after opening. It springs to life and I didn’t notice much off-gassing with it either.

Construction of the Luuf Mattress

I was lucky enough to tour the factory where the Luuf is made. Here’s a picture of the inside of the Luuf mattress

Luft Mattress Inside 1

Here are the construction specifications of each model according to their website:

Luuf Plush Multi Sleeper

  • Best in class for affordable luxury
  • Contouring 360 degree breathable stretch fabric designed for ease of movement
  • Multiple layers of gel-infused cooling foam to help you naturally relax throughout the night
  • 2 inches of temperature-regulating, graphene infused premium memory foam to ease pressure points on the hips and shoulders
  • 1 inch of Serene® foam, known for air support, providing individual spinal alignment and pressure relief
  • 968 individually-wrapped Bolsa coils in five zones providing precision support including your lumbar

Luuf Luxury Firm Multi Sleeper

  • Strategically engineered to adapt to an array of sleep preferences
  • Contouring 360 degree breathable stretch fabric designed for ease of movement
  • Multiple layers of gel-infused cooling foam help you naturally relax throughout the night
  • 1 inch of temperature-regulating, graphene infused premium memory foam to ease pressure points on the hips and shoulders
  • 2 inches of HD adaptive foam designed to provide supportive contouring and pressure relief
  • 1074 individually-wrapped Quantum coils in seven zones providing precision support including your lumbar

Luuf Firm Sleeper

  • Our answer for anyone wanting a firm bed that isn’t “too hard”
  • Contouring 360 degree breathable stretch fabric designed for ease of movement
  • Multiple layers of body adaptive foam designed to keep you cool and comfortable throughout the night
  • 2 inches of temperature-regulating, graphene infused premium memory foam to ease pressure points from head to toe
  • 1074 individually-wrapped Quantum coils in seven zones for precision support of your body including the lumba

How Much Does the Luuf Bed Cost?

A Luuf mattress is much less than any other mattress I have tested with similar specs. Added to that it feels better too! A queen size retails for $1,499 after discounts and comes with a 100 night trial and 10 year warranty. 

My Luuf Mattress Findings

Below is a photo of my 14 lb. bowling ball on the Soft Side Sleeper Luuf mattress. It has a considerable amount of sink but when you put even more weight on it, you will get even more sink.

Luft Mattress SinkageThe Luuf mattress will have some bounce to it. Although since there are more foam layers above it than a traditional spring mattress your partner will not feel your movements as much. Check out the video below to get an idea of how this handles motion transfer and how much bounce you can expect.

 

The Luuf also handles heat fairly well. It’s certainly more breathable than an all-foam mattress.

Luuf Mattress Trial and Warranty

The Luuf mattress comes with a 101-night sleep trial, which allows customers to try out the mattress in the comfort of their own home for over three months. If, during the trial period, the customer decides that the mattress is not a good fit for them, they can contact Luuf’s customer service to initiate a return and receive a full refund. Luuf offers free returns and will coordinate the pickup of the mattress.

The Luuf mattress also comes with a 10-year limited warranty, which covers defects in materials and workmanship. If the mattress is found to have a defect within the warranty period, Luuf will repair or replace the mattress at no cost to the customer. However, the warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, damage resulting from improper use or handling, or changes in the customer’s comfort preference.

It’s important to note that the warranty is only valid for the original purchaser of the mattress and is non-transferable. Additionally, the warranty requires that the mattress be used on a suitable base, such as a solid foundation, platform bed, or adjustable base.

Overall, the 101-night sleep trial and 10-year limited warranty are generous and provide customers with peace of mind when purchasing a Luuf mattress.

My Luuf Recommendation

The Luuf mattress is an exceptional value given its construction and the fact that it is made in the USA. The feel should appeal to most people although if you know you want a very firm or very soft mattress, you may want to look elsewhere. The coil system is designed so that you get superior edge support, something that most mattress in a box companies have a hard time achieving. The coils along the perimeter of the mattress are actually firmer than the inside to keep you in bed and prevent you from feeling like you will roll-off.

Luuf incorporates all the newest foams including a cooling foam and graphite infused foam for superior comfort. They aren’t a typical 3 layer mattress company. They have 5 layers to make a great quality mattress and a 100-day trial to boot. If you are not happy with the mattress within this time frame they will take it. Free shipping to you and free returns so you aren’t out a dime.

The Luuf Mattress is an incredible deal and you will be hard pressed to find a mattress at this price point with this quality construction and look and feel.

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191 thoughts on “Luuf Mattress Review – Are There Better Options?”

  1. We just recently purchased a Luft Hybrid mattress, and all I can say is WOW. It is extremely comfortable, we fall asleep almost instantly. I used to have problems with insomnia, but no more! Also, I have always felt like I was rolling downhill towards my husband’s side of the bed, as he weighs 2 1/2 times as much as me. Now I can lie right next to him and be completely level! We highly recommend this mattress!

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  2. I’ve heard that this is very comparable to the Nest Alexander Signature Hybrid. What would be the biggest difference between the Nest’s Medium and the Luft’s Medium besides price?

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  3. I’ve spent a week on the LUFT Hybrid mattress and unfortunately will be returning it. I’ve read here and on other sites, that felt that mattress firmness was in the 6 range… I then went to mattress stores and asked them to show me a hybrid mattress that was firm. The LUFT hybrid mattress is rock solid firm, much firmer than any store I went to. I’m 250lbs and I feel no pressure relief. I wake up in shoulder pain every morning, I’m a side sleeper. I really wanted this mattress to be the one. I researched the crap out of this. I do believe the construction of the mattress is top of the line, it’s very well made. But the amount of firmness is just way to firm for me. I’d put the firmness way above a 7. It’s not close to a medium firm at all.

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  4. Im a side sleeper… i ordered the nolah. Great company and service but the bed was too soft. I like the cradling but it was too much and caused lower back pain. I realize the luft is firmrer, but does it still sink in a little? Is it at all soft on top?

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    • Hi Jodi,

      I’m a actually a Luft owner and have been considering sending this one back for another mattress, potentially even the Nolah? Though I think I need to avoid foam topped mattresses since I sleep so hot (I am getting a little hot with the Luft as well which is surprising). I’m also a side sleeper and the Luft is a nice mattress, and yes, it does have softness on top (almost a pillow-top like feeling) that cradles you just enough but not really sinking in. It more hugs your heavier parts and allows your lighter parts to float a bit more. So it is a really nice mix. My only complaint so far (aside from sleeping hotter than expected) is that I feel like beyond the comfort levels, I’m not quite getting the support from the coils which is leading to back pain. Overall the Luft is a nice mattress. Hopefully I get around to writing a full review. It’s not working for me just yet (though it’s only been a few short weeks), maybe I come around to it but my experience is personal (my wife likes it so far but does complain about sleeping a bit hot too). I’m sure this mattress is great for a whole lot of people I just may not be one of them. Hope this helps. Let me know of any questions.

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  5. I am in the market for another mattress. I am sending back my Nectar mattress. I don’t like the “stuck in the mud” feeling. It is too much work to turn from side to side. I sleep on my side and back. I am torn between the Luft and the Wink Beds mattresses. I want something that is firm, but that will accommodate side sleeping. I’m also looking for a thick mattress, as I will be eliminating my box springs for a Zinus metal slat support. Would love to have your opinions.

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  6. This mattress looks perfect. I am in separate need of a new bed. Hoping to get one soon. Thanks for the reviews.

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  7. I’ve been researching mattresses for a loooong time. Every time I think I have a winner, there’s a new or different one to consider. I am a side sleeper with hip and shoulder issues. I see a lot of side sleepers who want support but also want a “firm” mattress. When they try a new mattress, they’re disappointed because it’s TOO firm. The Luft Plush looks like a great option for a side sleeper like me.

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  8. This looks like a big, healthy mattress to sleep on. I like the foam with the coils. I sleep on my sides and I like that there is breathability and some coolness. Need that for sure.

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  9. This sounds like a mattress that hubby and I could benefit using. We have been searching for some time for the perfect mattress.

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  10. Love the edge support – lacking in many of the new mattresses – and that you have options for firmness level.

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  11. We are looking for a new mattress concerns are firmness and durability. Our last bed was way to hard and we don’t want to make that mistake again!

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  12. I would love to try the firm mattress. I need hip and shoulder support to help keep the spine straight – an issue to side sleepers. I love the cooling effect as I tend to sleep warm. Definitely worth a try. Can you flip this mattress?

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  13. Love reading the comments here from people that have used this. Looks incredible. We are both side sleepers and could use a little bit more pressure relief than we are getting on our Tuft & Needle.

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  14. This is the line that intrigues me: Our answer for anyone wanting a firm bed that isn’t “too hard” This could have been written by me.

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  15. How often do you flip the Luft mattress? Luft suitable for side sleepers? Thanks for inform. Looks well made.

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  16. Like the increased support around the mattress perimeter. Most people sit on side of bed to dress and the increased perimeter edge support is nice feature

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  17. This sounds like a good mattress. I have a few chronic illnesses that cause excruciating pain. I’m also a side sleeper. The mattress I have now I have to lay directly on the edge because the inner section dips. I just hate waking up after sleeping on this mattress. I’m on disability so I can’t afford to buy a new mattress, which really stinks. I get all of the hand me down mattresses that are beyond at the end of their life. I’d love to try a Luft mattress.

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  18. Super helpful and insightful review of the Luft Mattress! My wife and I have been shopping around for a new mattress that’s both somewhat firm and great for side-sleepers. The Luft is now at the top of our list, thanks to your review.

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  19. We are looking for a new mattress to replace our new mattress and this one may fit the bill. Our new one is so firm that after 3 nights of no sleep I spent the night on the couch so I could get some Zzzs. I would have drug my 15 year old one back in the house the first night if we hadn’t promptly taken it to the dump.

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  20. I SO need this mattress n my life. I average about 5 hours sleep a night if I’m lucky. Gawd I desperately need some better sleep.

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  21. Would love to have one of these for my daughter who has considerable back problems and usually ends up on the couch in the middle of the night. This sounds like she might be able to sleep all night.

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  22. This seems really awesome and my son needs one so bad. Seems like you would sleep like a baby on this. I would be really excited to win. Thanks for the chance.

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  23. This mattress looks so comfortable and is so reasonably priced. I would love to win so I can get. Good night sleep.

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  24. I’m seeing some complaints from side sleepers in the comments. Are there any side sleepers who feel differently about this mattress? Can it work for side sleepers?

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  25. I love that you can customize this mattress to your desire comfort level, and that it is think in depth, I also like that it comes rolled up so you don’t have to fight with it like a regular mattress

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  26. The rating numbers are really impressive! We, admittedly, recently bought a mattress only to return it after deciding it was just too uncomfortable for us so I am on the hunt for a good quality mattress at fair pricing! I will consider Luft as an option!

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  27. My husband and I are in the market for a new mattress. I would love to win one! If not, where can we try these out in person?

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  28. My wife and I are really needing a new mattress. Winning this would save me from having to go shopping with her! ROLF

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  29. Is it affordable and what are the ranges of firmness and after a period of time does the mattress start sagging where you lay.

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  30. I am shopping for a good mattress that is supportive for heavier persons. This looks like it would be a good mattress.

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  31. This sounds like the perfect mattress for us since hubby likes firmer and I like a softer mattress. I also like that it’s cooler than a regular mattress. Hoping to get one of these soon.

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  32. I very much like the features of this bed. The support it offers is wonderful and sleeping cool is as important to me. I have no questions at this time.

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  33. I will admit this is attracting me but I have never purchased a mattress without touching it or laying on it. I’m a little spooked.

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  34. The luxury firm multi sleeper sounds incredible.I can’t seem to sleep without getting hot and cold.This sounds perfect for me.

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  35. This review is a great start. Do you have to have a platform or can you place it on a current boxspring?

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  36. This is great for side sleeper like me. Love this comfy mattress! Just curious to know that does it have auto temperature control?

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  37. Thanks for the in-depth review! I really like the options they have for this mattress; I’ve been looking for something more plush and this might fit the bill.

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  38. After trying a variety of bed-in-a-box mattresses, I much prefer the hybrid approach – the firmness and edge support of coils and the plushness of foam on top. This seems like a mattress that has those qualities and the different firmness levels – which not all manufacturers have – allows me to get what’s best for me.

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  39. Super excited to try out this mattress! We’re in the market for a new one since our old one is 8+ yrs old and my sleeping needs have changed after 2 pregnancies! Looking for a hybrid medium to plush mattress good for side sleepers (me) and back sleepers (husband). This is seeming to fit the bill… and I’ve never heard of this brand before looking into Yawnder! Hoping to visit from St. Cloud later this week after the last snow storm of this crazy month is over on Tuesday!

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  40. I love the fact that the
    Plush Multi Sleeper multiple layers of gel-infused cooling foam to helps a person to naturally relax.

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  41. I’m looking for a mattress for my daughter and she had to have a futon but they just aren’t very comfortable. I’m wondering if these would work just to use when she sleeps and set behind if she wanted?

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  42. Being disabled due to arthritis and degenative disks and fibromyalgia and numerous other health issues, this seems like a really nice mattress for me. I am crossing my fingers that I could possibly win because I could never afford to pay for it. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  43. omg how id love to win this.,..ive been sleeping on my recliner since moving my old landlorde threw my mattress away….

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  44. Thank you so much for such a good review. I love a mattress that has been rated high for motion transfer. I also love that you have 6 different choices for firmness.

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  45. Ever since my spinal cord injury a few years ago. I haven’t been able to get a good nights sleep. I wake up throughout the night in so much pain. I need to change positions in order to relieve the pain. Which then wakes my husband. This happens a few times a night. This Luft Mattress sounds like its what my husband, my body and I need. So we can get a good nights sleep. And so I don’t have to be in pain.

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  46. Mattress appears to be extremely well mage and comfortable providing softness with good support.

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  47. I love that this mattress has cooling features. I sleep very hot and occasionally wake up for that reason. How is this mattress in that regards? Also, how is it for a heavier person?

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  48. This mattress looks wonderful. I honestly can’t remember the last time I had a good night’s sleep and with the cooling features I bet I’ll sleep like a baby.

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  49. We desperately need a new mattress as the fancy, high dollar Se**a we currently (don’t) sleep on is the worst either of us have ever owned. Their trial period and warranty are purely lip service and I use the term service very loosely. So, many long and painful hours and days and weeks of research, I think I’ve landed on the Luuf but am struggling to choose which hybrid to go with. Though the reviews are phenomenal, mine seem to specify WHICH one! I have multiple issues related to my joints, nerves and muscles with severe neck, back and hip pain. I am both a back and side sleeper but the latter causes my hips to feel like there are blazing hot swords being jabbed into them. My husband sleeps same as me and has back, knee, shoulder and arm pain. We get almost moo sleep at all, climb out of bed in excruciating pain and often opt for staying the night in a chair or sofa rather than subject ourselves to the torture device disguised as a mattress. So here’s why I am struggling… My husband has always been a big guy but has really packed on the pounds lately and is nearing 300#. Now that I’m seeing certain makers with an option for the “heavier” sleeper, I am stuck wondering if we should go in that direction or will it end up being way too firm? When we’ve had our best sleeps at hotels is when the bed is firm but seems to “hug” us at the same time. And I definitely can’t deal with a mattress that makes turning or shifting difficult for me; I’ve experienced that and it was really strange and annoying. So… Does the Sherpa of Sleep have a suggestion? Oh, and I am getting a great deal on the mattress as well by utilizing my id.me account that I’ve earned as a RN!!!

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  50. I currently sleep on a cocoon by serta. The “firm” version. I have had multiple hip replacements and am still having issues. I am also a stomach sleeper. I need a low back supportive mattress. What do you recommend?

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