If you’ve been looking at bed in a box mattresses for a while, you’ll see they’re easy to mix up. There are so many different brands and names that it’s tough to know which one. That’s why, at Unbox Mattress, we appreciate a unique bed. Airweave mattress is one of those beds.
Are you one of those people who likes sleeping on the floor more than sleeping on a mattress? This might be the right mattress for you! It’s made in Japan, a country famous for more firm mattresses. If you’ve ever lived or traveled there you may have adjusted to a firmer bed or futon.
Airweave mattress gets very high reviews from people with back pain or with severe allergies.
5 Reasons Airweave Mattress is Unlike Any Other Bed
1. Breathable. It’s made mostly of air.
Like the Newton Baby mattress, Airweave is lightweight because it’s essentially made of a polymer that comes in blocks. Then a pad and a cover. Very simple design that you can breath through because it’s mostly air.
2. Lightweight and easy to move (goes back in the box).
Instead of coming rolled up in a box, Airweave comes in 3 flat panels. You can assemble and disassemble it quickly. One person can move it on their own. A king size Airweave weighs less than 90 lbs.
3. It’s a truly firm bed.
Most mattresses give out over time and become less firm. It starts going down where you sleep. Not the Airweave. It will hold up and stay firm.
If really firm isn’t right for you but the other qualities of this bed are, then choose the Airwave Mattress Advanced that has a softer pillow top.
UPDATE: airweave now has a new softer version of the airweave mattress with an almost 2 inch pillow top. It’s 7 1/2 inches tall compared to the 8 1/2 inches of the advanced airweave mattress.
4. It sleeps cool.
Despite what marketing messages there are about cooling gel or cooler fabrics, most memory foam sleeps hot. Foam naturally gets softer when it gets warm (and your body heat is enough to do that). Airweave has no memory foam in it. In addition, it doesn’t have airflow and that means you won’t sleep hot.
5. Easy to Clean.
You can literally wash the inside of your mattress with water or put it in the shower.
If you have severe allergies that interfere with your sleep, get this bed. The Airweave mattress is incredible.
7. Perfect if a standard mattress doesn’t work for your home or bedroom.
Narrow hallways, staircase, small spaces (like an RV) or doors that won’t fit a regular bed? You can get an Airweave in, easy.
8. Lasts a long, long time.
With no foam there’s less likelihood that your bed will wear as quickly and get divets.
9. Ships free to the US, but also China, Japan and Taiwan.
What other mattress ships free to countries outside of the US? Airweave was born in Japan and out of the Japanese tradition of simple, minimalist design. They have factories in the US and Asia.
10. Has a simple, clean design that is thinner than most beds, at 8.5 inches thick.
The Airweave mattress sleeps very cool thanks to the natural airflow in the airfiber material. The company has conducted research showing the difference in core body temperature when sleeping on airweave vs memory foam. It shows core body temp lowers faster which means you stay in a deep sleep state for a longer period of time on the Airweave.
- Thickness: 2 layers of 3.9″ airfiber® (7.8″ total), with cover: 8.5″
- Cushion: Polyethylene 100%
- Outer Cover: Polyester 100%
- Inner Cover: Modacrylic 60%, Glass Fiber 40%
Sleep trial is 100 days and Airweave has a 10 year warranty.
Here are the prices, as of this writing. Fast, easy financing available through Klarna.
|Twin||39.4” x 74.8” x 8.5”||55 lbs||$1,070|
|Twin XL||39.4” x 80” x 8.5”||60 lbs||$1,180|
|Full||53.1” x 74.8” x 8.5”||66 lbs||$1,280|
|Queen||59.8” x 80” x 8.5”||77 lbs||$1,390|
|King||76” x 80” x 8.5”||88 lbs||$1,610|
|California King||71.7” x 84” x 8.5”||89 lbs||$1,070|