AceSleep Mattress Review
Our AceSleep mattress review takes a look at this new all foam mattress that recently hit the market and brought several innovations to the mattress industry.
It comes with a modern design and special cooling features and promises to deliver amazing sleep in all sleeping positions for all types of sleepers at more than a reasonable price.
Our in-depth review evaluates all of the criteria we use to determine what constitutes a good mattress, which includes firmness / support, comfort, sleeping hot, and other features as outlined below.
Read our review to see what we think about this innovative mattress and find out whether it could meet all your specific needs and sleep preferences! Review updated
Construction and Materials
The AceSleep mattress is a 12″ all foam mattress made up of 4 layers of various foams:
- 2.5″ Top Comfort Layer – This layer is 2.5″ of eco-friendly open-cell memory foam designed to improve airflow through the mattress and sleep 25% cooler than the traditional, petroleum-based memory foams.
- 2″ Support Layer – This layer is 2″ of Bamboo-enriched memory foam designed to provide pressure relief and support to those areas of your body where it is needed most and distribute your weight evenly across the bed. A natural Bamboo charcoal used in this layer also aids in cooling and makes the mattress resistant to dust mites and other bacteria.
- 1.5″ Cushioning Layer – This layer is 1.5″ of gel-infused memory foam that acts as a transitional layer between the upper and lower layers and transmits the excessive heat from the top layers to keep the mattress cool.
- 6″ Foundation Layer – This layer is 6″ of high-density foam that acts as the foundation, provides deep compression support and prevents sagging.
The cover of the AceSleep is made up of soft and breathable hypoallergenic Ice Silk fabric that allows the air to circulate freely through the upper layers and creates a cool and comfortable sleeping surface.
Firmness & Support
The AceSleep is a universal comfort model designed to appeal to a wide range of sleepers with different sleep preferences, and according to the company falls between a 5.5 and a 7.5 on a firmness scale (10 being the firmest) as can be seen from the graphic given below that you can find on the company’s site.We personally felt this mattress to be around a 6.5 out of 10, ( with 10 being the firmest) in terms of firmness, and we would best describe it as a medium – firm mattress, which means that it gives you just the right amount of support without being too firm.
Each of its layers is made of foams of different densities which prevent sagging and make this mattress durable and supportive. Its top comfort layer provides you with a soft, luxurious feel while the underlying layers provide you with a firmer support below.
With many mattresses, since I am a heavier sleeper (230lbs), I tend to press through the top comfort layers and feel more of the support layers below which are often harder and not as comfortable, but this was not the case with the AceSleep.
The combination of various foams in its construction creates a pressure relieving surface that evenly distributed my weight across the bed. It is soft enough to cradle your body in any sleeping position but it also has the firmness necessary to keep your spine properly aligned.
The multiple foam layers of the AceSleep are firm enough to keep you from sinking too much into the mattress, yet they are soft to cushion and contour to your body and prevent the appearance of pressure points.
Its dense base layer combined with the top comfort layers provides a good degree of support for a heavier sleeper like myself and we both feel the AceSleep does a great job of providing support in all sleeping positions, especially side sleeping.
We are primarily side sleepers and we like beds that have enough give in the top comfort layers to support our shoulders and hips, while also having the firmness if we switch to our stomachs or backs, and the AceSleep has everything that is necessary for a comfortable night’s sleep.
This memory foam mattress is quite comfortable with the Ice Silk cover providing a soft and cool sleeping surface and various foam layers below offering enough support necessary to keep your spine properly aligned in any position while conforming to your body and creating a cloud-like feel.
The layers of Bamboo-enriched and gel-infused memory foam work together to provide enough bounce and responsiveness needed to switch positions during the night, support your weight with ease and distribute it evenly across the bed without causing too much motion transfer.
The top layers are designed in such way to mold to your hips and shoulders and allow them to sink to a certain degree to prevent the appearance of pressure points while the firmer base layer bellow has enough firmness and response to lift your body and prevent you from sinking all the way down through the mattress.
Therefore, the AceSleep is a great choice if you are looking for a mattress that is comfortable no matter which sleeping position you prefer.
The combination of four different foam layers creates a cozy sleeping environment and provides excellent pressure relief, good temperature regulation and responsiveness without causing the feeling of “sinking into a hole” or being stuck into foam typical of most memory foam mattresses.
The AceSleep mattress does an amazing job of sleeping cool due to its Ice-Cooling Fresh Cover that allows greater airflow through the mattress and the special combination of open-cell, gel-infused and Bamboo-enriched memory foam layers which work together to improve breathability of this mattress, disperse excessive body heat and keep you cool and comfortable all night long.
Unlike traditional memory foams, the unique AceSleep foams don’t cause sweating and that sticky feeling that usually follows.
The very design of this mattress also contributes to cooling in that the ventilated mesh on the edges of the mattress allows heat to go out and fresh air to circulate freely through the mattress.
Sinkage & Motion Transfer
The AceSleep mattress also a does a good job with minimizing sinkage, especially when compared to other medium-firm mattresses we have reviewed.
As we always preach, sinkage and motion transfer are largely weight dependent. I weigh around 230 lbs and I tend to have a rather large bearing on the degree of sinkage I experience when sitting and lying on a mattress. Kaye, who is half my weight, experiences much less sinkage than I do, but this is to be expected due to her lighter weight.
But, as mentioned, the AceSleep does a pretty good job with minimizing sinkage, and it supported my heavy weight with ease and our weights combined and distributed them evenly across the bed.
I did compress the top comfort layers quite a bit as they are made to cradle and contour the body, but the firmer base layer below provided me with a nice lift and prevented me from sinking too much into the mattress and reaching the foundation of our bed.
Edge support is excellent too. The high density foam used in the base layer of this mattress, combined with other memory foam layers and a durable Ice Silk cover, does a good job at preventing sagging and excessive sinkage and providing excellent support throughout the whole mattress, including the edges.
I slept near the edges at times to test this and did not compress them too much or experience any “rolling off” the edges.
As the AceSleep is constructed of the high-density memory foams, it also does a good job of minimizing motion transfer, so you will feel no disruption in your sleep when your partner changes positions during the night.
Smell / Off-Gassing
AceSleep gets high marks in this category for creating a mattress that doesn’t have too much of a noticeable smell upon opening the box.
The special foams used in the construction of this mattress had less off-gassing and odor that traditional memory foams usually have, which was rather surprising to us.
AceSleep offers standard customer service offerings that you can expect from a bed-in-a-box mattress retailer. This includes:
- 120-night sleep trial
- 15-year warranty
- Free Shipping
- Save $100 on the AceSleep mattress by clicking here
- 100% money back guarantee for Returns / Refunds
The AceSleep is extremely reasonably priced for a mattress of such a high quality and unique construction, and comes in at only $889 for a Queen.
The AceSleep is a great all foam mattress that combines multiple layers of special high-quality foams with a soft and breathable hypoallergenic Ice Silk cover to provide you with ultimate comfort and support and amazing sleeping experience.
It offers a good medium-firm feel and excellent support for all sleeping styles. The soft top comfort layers will cradle and cushion your body to prevent the appearance of pressure points, while the firmer base layer below will provide you with a nice lift and support and stop you from sinking too much into the mattress and feel enveloped by it.
High-quality, dense foams within this mattress also cause less motion transfer, sleep incredibly cool, and have good edge support which is a great feature for couples that share a bed.
A soft and breathable cover offers a silky, smooth feel. It is cool and pleasant to the touch and adds to the overall comfort and luxuriousness of this mattress.
The AceSleep is a good choice for those that like the hug and feel of memory foam without feeling “trapped in the mattress”. It will provide you with good pressure relief and with just the right balance of comfort and support necessary for a quality night’s sleep.
If you are looking for a great all foam mattress, you definitely can’t go wrong choosing the AceSleep.