Dreambed lux is Doreo's foam line sold @ Mattress Firm. Has 4 models (LX510, LX640, LX670 and LX710). All 4 models come in different heights (and therefore firmnesses) and constructions (they're all memory foam).
All 4 models are decent foam beds that have expectedly great motion transfer, solid octaspring techology that keeps the mattress cool, and good spinal alignment/pressure relief.
Very little info about warranty and overall buying process/return window. Overall lack of info about specs makes this impossible for us to confidently recommend.
- Ideal if you're a combo sleeper
- Decent height (indicates a sturdy mattress)
- No motion transfer
- Far better (a) comfortable and (b) quality alternatives like Loom and Leaf.
- Too expensive vs. superior alternatives.
- No info about weight (lack of spec details = red flag)
- Average edge support
User 1: "I honestly like that more than the tempurpedic and I wanted to see what is the lowest price I might be able to bring down from what they said. He told me he would give the king for queen price so $3300 as opposed to $3800 and take $500 off but someone in a similar thread on here said they got the king mattress same model for $1200 which I dont understand how that's possible."
User 2: "This bed is NOT cool. In fact, it's the hottest bed we've ever slept in. You don't find out until after you break in the bed, which takes just as long as the 101-day trial. The only way to leave a review is through a link provided in a single email they send you after your purchase."
The dream bed lux has several firmnesses to pick from depending on which model you select.
If you're a side sleeper, pick any firmness except firm and very firm. Isn't firm enough to create support and contouring issues (for most people).
If you're a back and/or stomach sleeper, choose a (a) medium firm (5-6), (b) firm (7-8), or (c) very firm (8-9) comfort level. It's important to maintain correct spine alignment when you sleep. Otherwise you'll wake up with serious pain and long-term back/cervical issues.
The dream bed lux is sufficient for side sleeping.
Make certain to choose their plushest offering. If you're not sure which model it is, chat or call with them.
Anticipate fair support for delicate pain areas (specifically your shoulders, low back, neck, hips). Top foams relieves tension and pressure throughout the body fair.
Note: If you sleep on your side, make sure your shoulders, hips, and torso are all equally supported. Otherwise, concentrated pressure causes long-term nerve and pain problems.
The dream bed lux is solid for back and stomach sleeping.
Make sure to pick their luxury firm (6.5/10), firm (7/10) or very firm (8/10) option. If you're not sure which model it is, reach out to them.
Bank on bearable support for spinal and cervical positioning (specifically your lower back). Firmer top foam layer keep your back straight reasonably well.
NOTE: Focus on finding a mattress that won't sink too far into your hips when sleeping on your back & stomach. It'll throw your spine out of alignment.
The dream bed lux has several layers worth exploring:
• Bottom Layer: foam for sturdy support.
• Transition Layer: foam for padded pressure relief.
• Top Layer: foam for additional comfort & overall support along the top layer.
• Top Design: tight-top which does a fine job creating a larger sleep surface (good for couples).
• Cover: dream cool activ technology which is fairly standard.
• Bed in a Box: no information available.
• Weight: unknown weight (queen size).
The dream bed lux height is 13-15".
• Fair edge support because of its foam construction.
• Loom and Leaf is a staggeringly good alternative if you want dazzling edge support.
Note: If a mattress uses low-quality materials, it might feel supportive at first, but break down FAST.
Inadequate edge support means less sleep surface (which is not desirable, especially if you sleep with a partner).
Expect very good motion transference because it has a foam construction.
You and your partner won't experience a single bit of motion transference, and explicitly won't wake you (whether you or your partner are heavy sleepers or not).
NOTE: Motion transfer measures how much movement shifts between sides of the bed. Get a mattress that offers effective motion isolation if you sleep with a partner who tosses and turns at night.
A deeper sleep = happier life.
There are several noteworthy considerations with the Dormeo return policy:
• they offer a 120-night trial period (after 14 day minimum trial).
• you will get a full refund.
• there is no exchange policy information available.
Find a brand with an exchange policy that doesn't force you to pay high fees for making an honest mistake.
• has a 10-year limited warranty.
Look for warranties that have at least a 15-year period with no unreasonable limitations or transporation fees.
The price of the dream bed lux queen size is $1,649-$1,799.
Check their site for the latest prices and discounts.
• have solid customer service availability.
• have livechat, and seem responsive.
• their phone number is listed at the top of their site.
• no email address available on their site.
You can buy Dormeo at the following locations:
• on their site
Keep in mind the following info about Dormeos shipping and delivery process:
• they offer shipping via FedEx in Nashville, Tennessee and via UPS in Atlanta. Shipping takes 5-7 business days.
There are 3 fantastic alternatives to the Dream Bed Lux worth considering:
1. Saatva Classic (luxury pocketed coil hybrid): Durable innerspring hybrid that's extremely comfortable and built to last. Compares to top hotel mattresses in the world when it comes to comfort and overall feel. Ideal if you like little bounce but want support and fantastic value.
2. Loom and Leaf (high-density memory foam): Incredible mattress because it has zero motion transfer and excellent pressure relief while still half the price of Tempurpedic.
3. Zenhaven (100% organic and natural talalay latex): Best mattress money can buy. You should check out this mattress if you need a bed that has some bounce, but still fully envelops and supports your pressure points.