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Aviya Mattress Review

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I received a free Aviya mattress for review. The Aviya Mattress is a new mattress brand but the makers of it are a family owned company with over 75 years in the mattress industry. They took that expertise and created an exceptional mattress coils and foam that can be delivered to your door step in a box.

Ordering

You can order the Aviya mattress direct from their site. Unlike most other online mattress companies, Aviya has different levels of delivery service:

Threshold DeliveryYour mattress (and foundation, if ordered) will be delivered and placed just inside the first available door or entrance of your home.
FREE
White Glove DeliveryDelivery to your home plus complete set up and assembly of your new mattress (and foundation, if ordered) in the room of your choice. This includes transportation up one flight of stairs and removal of all packing materials.
$99
White Glove Delivery + RemovalIncludes complete White Glove Delivery service above plus the removal and disposal of one mattress or mattress/foundation set.
$159

I chose the white glove service in order to test out the whole process. They partner with a distribution service that keeps you posted via email and phone on the status of your order and allows you to confirm delivery times via email which I found to be more convenient than always playing phone tag. The mattress was delivered when they said it would and it was brought right into my house. The delivery people also took the mattress out of the box before it was brought into my house and disposed of it was well.

The mattress and box spring will arrive in a large box, it’s not a roll packed mattress. Here’s what it looks like out of the box delivered:

Aviya packaging

Specifications

A Queen size Aviya mattress contains 800 individually wrapped coils measuring 8 inches high. Above that is 1″ of high density support foam and above that is 1″ of high density soft foam, topped off by a soft stitched ticking.

There is also a 3′ foam encasement for edge support.

Findings

I reviewed the plush mattress as I wanted to test how well it handled both comfort and support. That can be tricky with an inner spring mattress. Here’s my overview and initial reactions.

I weigh about 210 lbs. and this bed handled my jumping around just fine. While this is listed as a plush you’ll notice that I didn’t sink too far down into it.

This mattress didn’t see to have quite as much bounce as the Saatva or Honest Beds pocket coil but there’s still plenty of it and it does a good job with motion transfer.

Aviya Box Spring

When you order an Aviya mattress you also have the option of purchasing a box spring. If you currently have one that’s in good shape, there’s certainly no need. However, this is a very nice box spring compared to others I have received.

Aviya Base

Conclusion

When comparing this mattress to a Simmons Beautyrest Recharge, I really like the Aviya. I specifically tested the Beautyrest Recharge Signature Select Hartfield 11.5″ Luxury Firm mattress.  With the Beautyrest I didn’t get the benefit of the foam that the Aviya has or the great side edge support. That’s what really blew me away with this mattress is that you can utilize all of the mattress for sleeping.

Aviya offers  a 100 day trial so you can really test it out. If you don’t like it you can return it minus the white glove delivery fee so keep that in mind. I found the Aviya plush be  softer than the Winkbed and a bit firmer than the Saatva for comparison purposes.

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Aviya

Aviya
8.575

Motion Transfer

8/10

    Affordability

    9/10

      Softness

      9/10

        Off Gassing

        9/10

          Pros

          • Great edge support
          • Spring plus foam
          • Good pressure relief
          • Does not sleep hot

          Cons

            Ben • February 18, 2016


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            1. Amy February 27, 2016 - 7:20 am Reply

              How does this compare to the winkbed ? Which is softer with a little more hug

              • Ben February 28, 2016 - 12:50 pm Reply

                If you want more hug go with a plus Aviya.

            2. Gabe June 7, 2016 - 10:57 pm Reply

              How does it compare to Saatva?

              • Ben June 9, 2016 - 1:18 pm Reply

                The Saatva will have a more plush top than the Aviya. The Aviya has more firmness options though and the soft Aviya option will feel softer than the relaxed firm Saatva.

                • Jay January 5, 2017 - 2:20 pm Reply

                  How would the feel of the Aviya Plush compare to the Saatva Plush Soft?

                  Also, your softness rating of 8.5: does that mean a 10 is firmer or softer?

                  Thanks for your help

                  • Ben January 7, 2017 - 11:37 am Reply

                    The higher the number the softer the mattress. I think the Aviya plush would feel a bit softer than the Saatva Plush Soft.

            3. Heidi11576@aol.com August 10, 2016 - 5:25 pm Reply

              How is the smell ?

              • Ben August 10, 2016 - 8:04 pm Reply

                There’s really not much smell with the Aviya since it comes delivered already opened.

            4. joe August 11, 2016 - 10:19 am Reply

              you mentioned it doesn’t sleep hot, but it has a foam comfort layer? Shouldn’t a foam comfort layer sleep hot or slighty hot? I don’t sleep very well when i am overheating.

              • Ben August 11, 2016 - 5:19 pm Reply

                It depends on how much foam is used. With Aviya, there is a pocket coil system underneath so it will be more breathable than an all foam mattress.

            5. DocWag September 28, 2016 - 11:13 pm Reply

              Motion Transfer

              7.8

              Affordability

              7.7

              Softness

              6.9

              Off Gassing

              1.9

              All of the above is true. But, I had to leave the bed in the middle of the night because of the off gassing(smell).
              I left the windows open all day to get some fresh air so i’ll be ready to try it again tonight.

            6. B November 13, 2016 - 8:47 pm Reply

              Can you compare this to something like Brooklyn Bedding? That’s what I’ve currently got and I don’t completely love it, I have the firm and I worry about the support and edge support, and it seems like they’re both strengths of the Aviya

              • Ben November 14, 2016 - 7:02 am Reply

                Since the Aviya has springs you will get great support and breathability. The Aviya won’t have as much sink as the Brooklyn Bedding mattress. The Aviya will feel more like a mattress you will find at a traditional retail store since it does not contain latex or foam.

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