In this review we are touching on the four core mattress models from Amore: Hybrid, Luxury Hybrid, Flippable, and Natural. It just so happens that most people don’t really know the difference between the Amore beds so we thought it would be a smart idea to touch on all of them in this article. As such, this is a hefty review, which explains why we have jump-to links for you above. If you’d rather watch a video to learn about the beds, we’ve got you covered.
There’s a lot more information to consider before making a final decision. Keep reading to lean more about the four Amore mattresses.
Before we take a deep dive into each Amore bed, let’s discuss the policies that come with them, regardless of which model you select. The first thing is free shipping. You’ve come to expect this with anything you buy online, whether it’s a pack of protein bars or a new mattress. People just do not want to pay extra for delivery, and Amore won’t charge you any extra for delivery. To be clear, however, all of these are mail order mattresses, meaning they will ship via UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc., and are not available at a national mattress retailer.
As for the setup process with Amore beds, below is a look at our team unboxing one of the beds. It works the same for all of the Amore beds, so why include four videos? Agreed.
Once you receive an Amore bed you have a trial period in which you can test the mattress. Specifically, regardless of which extra bed you purchase, you get a 100-night risk-free trial period. That’s great, but what does it mean? Well, it means that you can try any of their beds for 100 nights before you (and/or your partner) have to say “yes” or “no.” There’s no pressure to keep it, and no consequence if you don’t.
In fact, all Amore beds come with totally free returns as well. That means if you decide that you selected a bed that’s too firm, soft, large, or small, you can get your money back. Having said that, the brand does ask that you try their bed for 30 days before you make your final decision. After day-30, though, you can get a full refund. Pretty crazy to think that buying a mattress online is pretty much just as easy, and risk-less, as buying an alarm clock at Costco.
The vast majority of people (often times upwards of 90%) will end up keeping their new mattress. If that’s you, Amore offers a 10+ year warranty with all of their beds. For example, the Flippable model has a 10-year warranty and the Luxury Hybrid, a 20-year warranty.
By now you might be asking yourself about the differences between the various Amore beds. Here’s a chart we created to help you better understand each mattress.
As we mentioned above, this is our favorite mattress from Amore. It’s one heck of a bed, and the price isn’t bad either. Let’s go item by item to evaluate the Luxury Hybrid mattress from Amore.
Price Of The Luxury Hybrid — Typically, for a premium innerspring mattress, you should be expecting to pay north of $1,000 for the queen size. Whether it’s closer to $1,000 or $2,000, the baseline is that you can expect you’ll be paying over that $1,000 threshold.
With Amore’s Luxury Hybrid, the MSRP for the queen is about $1,100, however, after-discount you’ll likely be getting it for under $1,000. Here’s a look at the price per size for the Luxury Hybrid:
|King / Cal King||$1,375|
As far as coupons go, Amore is open to them, but their discounts will change here and there. You can check Amore’s website for their current deals. Most of the time they either reduce the price straight away or offer the promotion in-cart.
Construction & Design — As we mentioned, this is a hybrid mattress, which means that it has both foam and coils. It starts with 6″ individually-wrapped coils that offer support, bounce, and durability.
The coils enable this mattress to handle even heavier individuals and yet still do a good job of isolating motion. If you’re buying a mattress nowadays, you pretty much should insist on getting pocketed coils rather than legacy innerspring units.
On top of the coils is a transition layer, primarily so you don’t feel the coils. On top of the transition layer, however, is the main comfort layer which is latex foam. If you aren’t familiar with the concept of latex foam, here’s a quick overview. It’s essentially rubber—although it feels like a foam—because it’s made from the sap of a rubber tree. It tends to be breathable (more so than other foams), responsive, and quite durable. Here’s a look at how responsive the mattress is:
On top of the latex foam is an organic wool blend and pillow top. What’s interesting about Amore Luxury Hybrid is that they give you three options for the cover:
For the “upgraded” covers (i.e. Copper Ion-Infused and CBD-Infused) Amore charges extra and this extra fee is non-refundable even if you return the mattress.
Firmness/Sleepers — This particular bed comes in two firmness levels: “Luxury Medium” and “Luxury Firm.” We are of the opinion that most people should get the Luxury Medium. It’s tremendously comfortable and is indeed a medium on the soft/firm spectrum. It will be best, out of the two, for side sleepers but can also work for back and stomach sleepers just fine.
The budget version of the Luxury Hybrid is “The Hybrid” or “Hybrid Coil” which uses 4″ coils rather than 6″ coils. Beyond that, it’s available in a Soft, Medium, and Firm, all of which are 12″ thick.
Inside The Mattress — This model has a similar overall construction to the Luxury Hybrid, although it’s 12″ thick, not 12.5″ thick. It still has coils, poly foam, wool, and a custom cover. Interestingly, it has memory foam as its primary comfort layer versus latex foam.
What It Feels Like —It feels like a comfy, cushioned hybrid mattress. You can’t really discern any of the layers, but just in general it feels like a foam mattress. We agree that the Medium is indeed a medium on the firmness scale, however, the Soft and Firm are more like a medium-soft and medium-firm, respectively.
Pricing — As we mentioned above, this particular model is created to be a fantastic value, and it is. The MSRP for the queen bed is about $927, and after-discount it’s closer to $775. If you’re new to the online mattress space, that’s highly affordable for an American-made hybrid mattress.
Amore also makes a latex hybrid mattress that’s meant to compete with Zenhaven, Avocado, and the other natural and organic mattresses out there. It’s available with and without a special pillow topper, and is a really nice option for the eco-conscious shopper.
Design Of Amore Natural — This particular model doesn’t use 4″ or 6″ coils, but rather 8″ coils, making it the best mattress from Amore for heavy folks. If you remember nothing else about this bed, remember that it’s supportive, and that all starts with the 8″ pocketed coils. As you transition upward, the bed has 100% all natural Dunlop latex foam that acts as the beds sole comfort layer.
You also have organic New Zealand wool on top of the latex foam and an organic cotton cover to bring it all together. Amore Natural also is available with CBD-infused fabric cover.
To the average person, this will feel like a durable, supportive, firmer mattress. It’s definitely a nice bed, and the support is not missing, that’s for sure.
Optional Topper — Like Avocado, Amore Natural is available as an 11″ mattress and a 13″ mattress with a pillow top. The pillow top will add comfort and cushioning, but costs a little extra. Having said that, we much prefer natural beds with the pillow top.
Firmness — Without the topper, Amore Natural is a firm mattress that’s recommended just for back and stomach sleepers. If you add the topper, the bed should be just fine for any sleeping position, though, we still would not consider it a soft mattress. In fact, with the topper, it’s a medium-firm, meaning it’s still most ideal for back and stomach sleepers.
Certifications — Whenever you see a natural bed out there, you should think to yourself “I wonder which certifications this bed has.” Here’s a look at the certifications that Amore Beds Natural has:
You can see the full list of certifications on Amore’s website, but the point of all of this is that this bed contains many materials that are indeed (more than) safe for use at home.
We get the allure of this mattress, however, it’s our least favorite of the four Amore beds. Having said that, you might not have the same opinion, so what’s so special about this bed?
Construction — This bed is made entirely of foam even though it technically has two comfort sides. From bottom to top (i.e. firmer to softer), here’s what’s inside the mattress:
This bed is essentially a mattress palindrome, meaning it’s identical no matter how you look at it. That’s not quite true because it’s a little firmer on one side than the other, but you get it.
What It Feels Like — To be honest, it just feels like a foam mattress—and no foam in particular. While the other beds have a somewhat distinct feel, this model just feels like 11″ of general foam. We don’t think anyone will dislike it, but it’s certainly not a bed that people will rave about being unique. We get that the flippable feature is part of what differentiates it, but the feel isn’t what we’d consider a “slam dunk.”
Firmness Levels — As for firmness levels, the “Softer” side is a medium and the “Firmer” side is a medium-firm. What they’ve done is create a side for all sleeping styles (i.e. stomach, back, side, etc.) and one for back and stomach sleepers.
As a whole, what’s not to like? Clearly, Amore Beds makes high quality, nice mattresses, but you’re not buying all of them, so it really comes down to which mattress you prefer. Our opinion is that the two best mattresses are the Luxury Hybrid and Amore Natural. It’s not that we can’t recommend the other models—we think they’re fine as well—but the Luxury Hybrid is objectively better and Amore Natural is objectively more unique.
All in all, though, we do really like the Amore mattresses. We love that they’re made in the United States. We love that most of them come with a longer-than-average warranty. And we love that you get certain natural or organic materials with all of them.
How did Slumber Yard get Amore Beds?
|We were sent the four mattress by Amore so that we could evaluate and review them online. We do not allow brands to influence our opinion, or force us to say positive or negative things.|
Are Amore Beds made in the USA?
|Yes. The Hybrid, Luxury Hybrid, Natural, and Flippable mattresses are all made in the United States—in Chicago, if memory serves us correctly.|
I don't get it, why do they have two covers?
|For several of their beds, Amore offers the organic cotton cover and the cooling cover. Typically, the organic cotton cover doesn't cost extra, while the copper-infused cooling cover is something $60 extra—it's also non-refundable should you choose to return the mattress.|
Tell me more about Amore's CBD infused cover.
|Amore is the first mattress we are aware of to sell a bed with a CBD-infused cover. Now, it doesn't come standard with their mattresses, but with the Amore Luxury Hybrid, as a example, you can pay an extra $150 or so for the CBD oil cover. Just like the cooling cover, however, the money you spend upgrading to the CBD oil cover is non-refundable. Interested in CBD oil, we've also posted a full CBD oil buying guide that you might find helpful.|
Are Amore Beds compatible with an adjustable bed frame?
|Yes. To our knowledge, the Hybrid, Luxury Hybrid, Flippable, and Natural are all compatible with an adjustable bed frame base.|
Does Amore Beds offer free white glove delivery?
|No, however, they do give you the option to upgrade to white glove delivery. According to their website, white glove delivery starts at $150.|
Does the company offer financing with their mattresses?
|Yes. Amore Beds even has a section on their website dedicated to financing a mattress. Not sure what the rates are, but at least they offer you the option.|
What are products does Amore sell?
|In addition to their mattresses, the company sells sheets, mattress pads, pillows, an adjustable base, a mattress foundation, and more.|
Are there any physical mattress stores that carry Amore products?
|We aren't aware of any mattress stores that sell Amore products. They might have a local showroom in Chicago, IL that displays their products, but we haven't seen any big box retailers carrying their products. The best way to buy an Amore Bed is via their website.|