Aireloom Mattress Reviews and What They Can Tell You
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Aireloom is a mattress brand that sits at the top table of quality. According to one story, on entering the White House, President Ronald Reagan ordered Aireloom beds for all the bedrooms there; whether that’s true or not, it is certainly the case that Aireloom beds were always the domain of the rich and famous and the top designers would place them in their wealthiest clients’ rooms. Let’s take a look at some Aireloom mattress reviews to see what else we can learn about this brand.
Nowadays Aireloom (which is over 40 years old) is owned by the Californian E. S. Kluft & Company and the traditional approaches of hand-made bed design have been supplemented by the next generation of Aireloom luxury mattresses, still using world class craftsmen and the finest materials but developing new ways of building mattresses, as evidenced by their receipt of 4 US patents. The latest patent is for their mattress fill chamber design, where the “drum” effect of the standard mattresses is replaced by an upholstery-filled chamber for extra comfort, better motion isolation and better pressure relief.
Aireloom’s range of mattresses all hold to the company’s pledges of quality and superior comfort and support. The most popular Aireloom mattresses fall into eight main models – the Synchronized Support model, the Luxury Latex model, the Natural Lux Top model, the Streamline model, the Hybrid-Bamboo model , the Hybrid-Natural Cotton model, the Hand Crafted model and the Halstead model.
If we look at the Synchronized Support model, we will get a feel for the typical qualities of an Aireloom mattress. The standard features are the 882 pocket springs (in the queen size model), which are honeycombed, nested and zoned; the Reflex premium bio-foam edge support which reinforces the edges around the mattress and ensures longevity; a body pressure-relieving construction and the “fill box” design; the patented 3-channel border and the English outer tufting design; the natural fabrics (jacquards and damasks); the sturdy timber foundation. On top of these standard features there are several options of material in the comfort layers – including several different types of foam (high-density, visco-elastic etc.) and natural latex. There is also an all natural version of the Synchronized Support mattress, containing no polyurethane foam at all. These mattresses all come with a 10-20 year limited warranty.
The other models all offer variations on a similar theme to the Synchronized Support. When you see these mattresses reviewed online you will find that, surprisingly, given the claims from the manufacturer, their owner-approval rating is somewhat lower than other quality inner-spring mattresses. Some owners reported premature sagging or body impression development. With prices varying from $1300 to $7000 for a queen size their value for money is questioned in some places. A word of warning with reviews though – comments are often made anonymously and it’s sometimes easy to forget that there are reviews out there written by people who have never even seen the mattress they are reviewing, let alone slept on it!