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Mattress Ratings > Aireloom Mattress Reviews
Based on 33 Actual Consumer Experiences
THE GOOD: Luxurious • limited reports of sleeping hot or off gassing / initial odor • somewhat above average motion isolation.
THE BAD: Often pricey • questionable value • durability / longevity likely no better than fair • only 10-year warranty on several models • limited owner experience data available.
THE MATTRESS: Aireloom makes mid- to luxury-level innerspring, latex, and hybrid mattresses. The comfort layer can include one or more of the following materials: regular foam, memory foam, latex, wool, cotton. Aireloom mattresses have been made since the 1940s; in 2004, E. S. Kluft & Company purchased Aireloom.
THE COMPETITION: Other mid- to luxury-level innerspring and latex mattresses. See how Aireloom beds compare to competing brands in the innerspring mattress reviews – summary and side-by-side mattress comparison.
THE RETAILERS: Major Aireloom / Kluft retailers include Macy's, Bloomingdale's, The Dump, and Sit 'n Sleep.
The Aireloom mattress ratings below are based on 32 recent owner reviews for various innerspring models (25 reviews) and latex or hybrid models (8 reviews). The consumer experience data was gathered using an unbiased research methodology.
|Owner satisfaction||c+||Aireloom mattresses overall have 76% owner satisfaction ( ). Based on limited owner experience data, the various models rate similar whether innerspring, latex or hybrid.
|Durability / longevity||C||At least 15% of owners included in our research report that their Aireloom sagged and or developed body indentations / sink holes within 3-4 years. Such reports exist for both Aireloom innerspring and Aireloom latex models.|
|Affordable||D||Prices range from $1500-$30,000+ depending on size and model.|
|Less pain||B-||Sagging of the bed can cause at least some discomfort and perhaps back pain, report about 10% of owners. (See mattresses and pain relief for general analysis.)|
|Motion isolation||B-||The brand performs somewhat above average compared to spring mattresses overall in regard to keeping movement isolated so it does not reach and disturb another person sleeping on the bed.|
|No initial odor / off gassing||B-||There are few reports of off gassing. Models with memory foam, however, may be more likely to off gas.|
|No sleeping hot||B-||There are few complaints by owners regarding the mattress trapping heat.|
|Easy to move on||B-||Models with memory foam may offer some resistance to movement.|
|Good for sex||c+||Sagging of the Aireloom can result in intimate activities being uncomfortable and difficult to perform, report some owners. (See mattresses and sex for general analysis).|
|No noise||C||About 6% of owners in our research say their mattress makes some noise when moved on.|
|No rotating / flipping||C||Aireloom beds have a one-sided, no flip design. However, owners report the need to rotate their mattress fairly regularly to prevent and minimize sagging.|
|Lightweight||D||Aireloom beds are often heavier than the average bed making them more onerous to handle, transport and rotate.|
|Availability||D+||The mattresses are available at a limited number of retailers.|
|Warranty||b-||Aireloom beds tend to have either a 10-year nonprorated or 20 or 25-year 10-year nonprorated warranty. (See mattress warranties: what you should know.)|
|Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating||A+||E. S. Kluft & Company, LLC which owns Aireloom has an "A+" accredited rating with the BBB.|
Our Aireloom innerspring and latex mattress ratings are based on 30+ consumer reviews. Learn more about our accurate research methodology.
– At least 15% percent of Aireloom mattress consumers report that their mattress within 3-4 years sagged or developed body indentations. This problem can result in a substantial loss of comfort, support and may even cause pain, including back pain. This rate is similar to that of innerspring beds in general.
– At least 25% of consumers say that their Aireloom bed is luxurious and or prestigious.
– At least 15% of Aireloom consumers say they rotate the mattress fairly regularly to minimize sagging or body impressions, but often with only limited benefit.
– Aireloom mattresses can be significantly heavier than the average mattress making them more difficult to handle and move.
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