Luxi Mattress Review
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Construction & Materials
As much as this mattress comes in the standard 10-inch construction, the Luxi mattress has many other unique features that set it apart from the rest that we have tested.
Ideally, it comes in four basic layers of foam. By flipping over these layers, you get the soft, firm and medium feel. A look at the soft version of the mattress gives you the perfect impression of the whole mattress in regard to its construction.
The main sections to consider in regard to the construction of this mattress are shown below. (Click on the image to enlarge it)
Luxi Mattress Firmness
Having looked at the construction lets shift to the actual firmness you can expect to have on your Luxi mattress.
Notably for queen sizes and above, the adjustable bed gives you split firmness levels. This means that in case you are sleeping as a couple or with a partner, each of you can customize their firmness levels.
For instance, if you like it soft and your partner loves it firm, then you can literally achieve this by flipping your side of the same mattress.
On the soft option of the mattress, we noticed that pressing your hand into the mattress, you immediately interact with the soft memory foam that is quilted into the cover. There was also a nice contouring on the hand and this helps provide instant pressure relief.
By pushing in further into the mattress, you would come to contact with the SBT layer which practically lengthened the contouring that was already developing on the comfort layer and this goes all through to the rest of the bed.
The fact that this bed allows even deeper contours just makes its unique. This is made possible by the high quality memory foam heads that are made to collapse in case a heavier sleeper uses it. With this contouring, it becomes much easier for h the mattress to streamline into the shape of your body no matter your sleeping position.
Luxi Mattress Motion Transfer and Bounce
Nothing pleases a sleeper like a mattress with just the right bounce. In this regard, we tested the medium firmness side of the mattress whereby the top layer was the latex.
With this layer on top, you would notice a slight but pronounced push-back. As such this option provides you with impressive comfort and a serious support, thanks to its workable bounce.
In regard to the contouring capabilities, the Luxi mattress posts enviable and rather impressive results. The mattress works for all types of sleeping positions especially the back and side sleeping positions.
For stomach sleepers however, flipping to the softer option would be most ideal.
In regards to motion transfer, the Luxi mattress is pretty average. Notably, the SBT layer does a good job in dissipating motion interference across the whole surface. However, its all-foam construction seems to be a hindrance to its ability to fully dissipate movement.
Having said this however, it is important to note that the disturbance that is likely to be caused by your partners may not be pronounced enough to a point of messing with your sleep, unless you are a really light sleeper.
At some point, you may need to use the entire surface of your bed, especially when you are sharing the bed. This is where the importance of the right edge support comes in.
While lying on your back, you would notice the same feeling of support as you would in the center. However, as you scoot to the edge of the mattress you will detect some compression forming through the top foam layers.
As much as the SBT layer will particularly contour your body, you will not feel insecure or stuck. By rolling on your side, you can still experience the compression. At this point though, the top foam layers will be hugging your body, shaping to cradle your shoulders and hips. Even with so much sinkage in this position, you will still feel firm and solid at the edge but not as much as it should be.
In regard to temperature regulation and sleeping cool, this mattress performs averagely well compared to the industry standards on all foam mattresses.
The Dunlop latex used in its construction cools down much quicker.
This topper layers was meant to neutralize the heat buildup from the all foam layers below. With this combination, you not only get the best memory foam feel but also sleep cool.
Sleep Trials & Warranty
Luxi seems quite confident with its mattress, offering up to 100 days of sleep trial.
In connection with this, there is a 30 day break in period. Users are therefore expected to use the mattress within this period and before they can be eligible o get full refund.
On warranty, Luxi offers up 10 years of cover against product defects. This warranty starts on the date of purchase. This means that the company commits to replace or repair all mattresses deemed faulty as long as the warranty period is still active.
With all said and done, the Luxi mattress stands out in a league of its own and does cater for a wide range of sleepers.
We liked the fact that it can be fully customizable through its revolutionary flip-it and split-it system.
What’s more, the Luxi mattress does abide by the medical necessities of sleepers struggling with certain conditions, thanks to its perfect contouring.
It is also worth noting that the mattress is made in the United States. This should give you full confidence that the entire manufacturing process is fully certified and meets the highest standards possible. As much as it may not be the best fit for everyone, it does accommodate most sleepers.