Comprehensive Lull Mattress Review [May 2019 Update]

Lull Ratings
  • Motion Isolation
  • Heatiness
  • Lifespan
  • Warranty
  • Price


The Lull Mattress is a premium gel-infused memory foam mattress that is handcrafted in the USA, and offers both comfort and support through its unique three-layer design.



  • Young company
  • A bit of initial "new smell"

Full Lull Mattress Review

The Lull Mattress combines therapeutic foam for support and durability with gel-infused, viscoelastic memory foam to create a cool and comfortable night’s sleep.

Manufactured in the United States from locally sourced materials, the Lull Mattress offers a premium sleeping experience at a discount mattress price.

What Type of Mattress is the Lull?

The Lull Mattress is a durable and comfortable memory foam mattress that offers the right level of comfort for all sleepers.

It uses a unique three-layer design that provides long-lasting comfort and support, while providing temperature regulation and cooling relief.

Designed to support your spine in any sleeping position, the Lull Mattress also prevents heat trapping during sleep, resulting in sleep that is free from tossing and turning.

How Firm is It?

Lull mattress label closeupThe Lull Mattress is designed to offer a “just right” feel – not too firm, not too soft – that provides universal comfort to all sleepers.

The top gel foam layer provides a soft, cushy feel and is supported by the therapeutic foam blend interior layer, and the larger polyurethane foundation layer.

This ensures that the body is cradled in comfort while also getting the firm support that keeps the spine in the proper alignment throughout the entire night.

Does the Lull Mattress Offer Good Motion Isolation?

Designed to prevent being jolted by a partner’s movement throughout the night, the Lull offers very good motion isolation with its three layers of foam support, and has performed very well in bounce and movement tests.

Will the Lull Mattress get hot While Sleeping?

the lull mattress reviewed from the frontThe Lull Mattress was designed to provide a cool and comfortable night’s sleep, with a 1.5” gel-infused, viscoelastic memory foam top layer that not only cradles you and provides pressure relief for your joints, but also provides enhanced airflow to draw heat away from your body and keep you cool all night.

How Long Will It Last?

The 7” polyurethane foam support core in the Lull Mattress means that you can rest easy for 10 years or more before having to worry about a new mattress.

The high quality of all of the foams and materials used in the mattress provides a sleeping experience that is free of sagging or “dents” in your mattress, and Lull offers a 10-year limited warranty to ensure that the mattress will be at its top performance for the entire period.

Is There a “New Mattress” Smell?

Most foam mattresses can be expected to have a slight chemical smell (“off-gassing”) when first used, and the Lull is no different.

The smell derives from the manufacturing process and is completely harmless as certified by CertiPUR-US.

CertiPUR-US logoDepending on how sensitive you are to smells, you may notice a slight “plastic scent” after first unboxing and setting up your Lull Mattress, but it usually dissipates within a couple of days.

In case you do notice a smell after your mattress is set up, you can simply remove all of the sheets and blankets from the mattress and open the windows to provide some air flow – this will remove the odor faster and it won’t ever come back.

How is the Lull Mattress Structured?

Made from foams that have been tested and certified to ensure the highest quality and no harmful chemicals, the Lull Mattress is made up of 3 distinct and high-performing layers.

  1. The Lull Mattress SectionThe comfort layer is made up of 1.5 inches of gel-infused memory foam that pulls heat away from the body and provides pressure relief for your back, neck, and joints.
  2. The 1.5-inch transition layer is made up of a proprietary mixture of premium foams that provides even weight distribution and correct spinal alignment.
  3. The foundation of the mattress is in the 7” support layer, which is made up of high-quality polyurethane foam, which provides strength and support to the mattress, and keeps your sleeping experience free of sagging or dropping while limiting motion transfer.

The entire mattress is covered in an ultra-premium, handcrafted cover that is designed to provide comfort, stretch, and flexibility.

This cover is made of high-quality materials in the USA, is fire resistant, and can be removed for the spot-cleaning of any stains.

What Are the Available Sizes?

The Lull Mattress is available in a all standard sizes, and is compressed and rolled into a box the size of a mini-fridge for easy shipment to your door.

The Lull Mattress delivery boxAvailable sizes include:

  • Twin (38” x 75” x 10”)
  • Twin XL (38” x 80” x 10”)
  • Full (54” x 75” x 10”)
  • Queen (60” x 80” x 10”)
  • King (76” x 80” x 10”)
  • California King (72” x 84” x 10”)

Does It Require a Special Foundation?

The Lull Mattress doesn’t require any special surface, and can be used on any hard surface, including bed frames (platform or slatted), box springs, or even the floor.

The three foam layers will adjust to any surface to provide their support. Just make sure the surface is even and free from sharp protrusions which could damage the foam.

Can I Use a Mattress Pad?

Yes, mattress pads can be used with the mattress, and Lull actually recommends that you use some form of protection to keep your mattress clean and in top working condition.

This would include use of zippered allergen cases, as well.

How Do I Care for the Mattress?

Caring for your Lull mattress is easy and hassle-free.

There is no need to flip or rotate the mattress, as it has been designed to provide the ultimate support and comfort for its full guaranteed life of 10 years.

Any stains that might occur can be spot-cleaned with a mild soap or detergent without removing the cover, making sure to allow the area to be completely dry before using the mattress again. The top cover can be removed for easier cleaning.

Is Satisfaction Guaranteed?

Lull backs up their promise of the best night’s sleep that you’ve ever had with a 100-night trial period.

If you don’t like your mattress for any reason, Lull will pick it up for free and refund your full purchase price.

The mattress will be recycled according to he standard set by the Mattress Recycling Council.

mattress recycling council logoThis zero-risk guarantee is not very common as usually manufacturer leave the customer with some expense, a return shipping fee or  like restocking fee.

Without any costs whatsoever, trying the mattress at home becomes easier and a much more useful experience than trying a mattress for a few minutes in a brick & mortar shop (with a pushy salesperson looking at you).

What About a Warranty?

The Lull Mattress is backed by a 10-year limited warranty from the date of purchase, and protects from any defects or flaws in the mattress or the cover that are not caused by the normal wear and tear of every day use.

The minimum indentation, or body print, required for a warranty claim is just 1 inch, which is about average for this mattress category.

In addition, the company enjoys a BBB rating of A+, the maximum available.

This means that over the past years, there haven’t been any complaints about the company, its products or its customer service.

How Much Does the Lull Cost?

Right now Lull is running a promotion offering $150 off on all sizes.

These are the current prices:

SizeRegular PriceDiscounted Price
Twin XL:$700$550
Cal King:$1,050$900

Compared to its peers with the same quality level, the Lull is more convenient than average.

Lull Mattress Review – Our Verdict

We think the Lull mattress is a good all-round mattress that should be able to satisfy the sleeping needs of the vast majority of people, memory foam veterans and newbies alike.

As it doesn’t disappoint on any front, we deem it very good quality for the money especially with the current promotion for $150 off resulting in Queen for just $800.

If you are looking for other ideas, have a look at our updated Best Mattress Guide for the most popular mattresses on the market today!


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We have a king bed (not a Lull) and there is now a bump in the middle of the bed — or perhaps indentations on the sides where we sleep. Will this happen on a Lull?


I know you have 100 night guarantee if not you can send it back. My question is what are the stipulations that you would take it back, how do you protect your mattress so there won’t be any marks on it that would void you taking it back. A lot of places if you have one little mark on your mattress your warranty is void which really makes no sense because the mattress is disposed of anyway.

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Hi Bonnie,

this boils down to the seriousness of the manufacturer. From what we hear, Lull is a trustworthy company and doesn’t play silly games.


Fake review paid for by Lull.

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

No, not on this site.


I’m really interested in a lull – a king in fact! – but I know I’m going to be moving in a year or so. One of the appeals of the lull is that it can easily be brought up stairs that a king-sized mattress wouldn’t normally fit. But how do I get it out when I need to move?

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Hi Jessica,

It will be hard to move it out if the door is much smaller than the mattress’ shortest diagonal… You can fold it in 2, but you’ll need some help because of the weight and the strength needed to hold it.


This all sounds wonderful, but how am I suppose to get rid of the old mattress. Most mattress stores, deliver the mattress and then take the old mattress away.

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Hi Kipton,

Usually people donate their old mattresses to some charities, but I understand it might not be an option everywhere. If that’s the deal breaker for you, you should opt for a brand offering the mattress removal, like Tomorrow Sleep for example.


If not satisfied, in 100 days, how would I ship it back? Surely wouldn’t fit back into original container.

Stacey Morgan – STAFF

Hi Ruth,

somebody will come to your home to collect it. No need to pack it back into the box!