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- Sleepers who want to use the full mattress surface. The Aviya’s edge is reinforced with firm, high-density foam. This creates a sturdy edge that may make it easier to sit or sleep near the perimeter of the bed.
- People who prefer a bouncier sleep surface. The layer of pocketed coils gives the Aviya a springier feel than most all-foam or all-latex models.
- Those who tend to sleep hot. Extra airflow through the coil support system prevents the mattress from trapping too much body heat.
Not Recommended for...
- Stomach sleepers who weigh over 130 pounds. Our average weight and heavyweight sleep testers felt their midsections sunk in too deeply, putting strain on their spines.
- Couples who are easily awoken by their partner’s movements. The bounce of the Aviya’s coil layer also leads to some motion transfer, which could be problematic for sleepers who tend to wake up when their partner moves.
- People who are easily disturbed by mattress noises. Like many innerspring mattresses, the Aviya’s coil layer produces some sound.
Tuck’s testing team conducted an extensive evaluation of the Aviya Mattress. Our review and rating process consists of three parts: in-house evaluation, external sleep testing, and data collection of verified owner experiences. To learn more about our review process, read our methodology here.
Our performance criteria and ratings for the bed are listed in the table below.
Our sleep testers found that the Aviya shined in our edge support, sex, temperature neutrality, and off-gassing categories. Below, we’ll share more details on the Aviya’s performance and how we decided on its ratings.
Sleep Position Ratings
As part of our ratings process, we evaluated the Aviya Mattress across different body types and preferred sleep positions. In addition to physical testing, we surveyed our sleep expert team and analyzed reviews from verified mattress owners and customers. Our findings are listed in the table below.
How Is the Aviya Mattress Constructed?
The cover of the Aviya Mattress is constructed of cotton quilted with approximately 1 inch of 1.8 pounds per cubic foot (PCF) polyfoam. This is a high-density foam, which lends well to its durability.
The comfort layer consists of two more 1-inch layers of 1.8 PCF polyfoam. These layers are designed to contour to the body and provide support while resisting sagging.
The Aviya Mattress has an 8-inch layer of individually wrapped 15-gauge coils. Because these coils can move independently of each other, they can provide more targeted support and isolate motion better than most interconnected coil systems. The middle of the mattress features a greater coil density to reduce the risk of sagging and provide extra support for the sleeper’s midsection. The Aviya contains up to 1180 coils depending on the mattress size.
The coil support layer is encased by 3-inches of 1.8 PCF polyfoam with an ILD of 80. This ILD rating indicates that the foam is quite firm, providing extra support around the perimeter of the mattress.
The final layer of the Aviya Mattress is approximately 1 inch of 1.8 PCF polyfoam. This layer is engineered to provide stability for the rest of the mattress.
The Aviya Mattress is around 12 inches thick, though this may vary slightly between individual mattresses. Since the Aviya is a high-profile model, it may require deep pocket sheets. The comfort layer has a fairly average thickness, which should provide enough cushion to prevent most individuals from sinking in against the coil layer. The support layer is relatively thick, providing a more stable base than some mattresses.
|Support Core Components
|Comfort Layer Components
Luxury Firm (6)
|8″ 15-Gauge Pocketed Coils (530 to 1,180)
1″ 1.8 PCF Polyfoam Base
3″ 1.8 PCF Foam Edging
|1″ 1.8 PCF Polyfoam
1″ 1.8 PCF Polyfoam
|1″ Cotton Quilted with 1.8 PCF Polyfoam
What Are the Firmness and Feel Like?
The Aviya Mattress is available in three firmness options: Plush, Luxury Firm, and Firm. We found these firmness options approximately equivalent to medium (5), medium-firm (6), and firm (7.5).
The foam comfort layers of the Aviya Mattress have high point elasticity, which means most compression occurs directly where weight is applied rather than spreading across the surface, giving the distinctive cradling often associated with foam.
The Plush version of the mattress features softer comfort layers, which gave our sleep testers extra hug. The Luxury Firm option offers a more balanced feel, much like we’d expect from hotel mattresses. The Firm version has minimal give and a sturdy feel. Our sleep testers felt like they were sleeping “in” the Plush option and “on” the Firm version, while the Luxury Firm version fell somewhere in between.
The Aviya Mattress hasn’t been on the market long enough to accumulate long-term data on its durability. However, based on its construction, we would expect the Aviya Mattress to last about as long as most innerspring mattresses.
Depending on the size of the mattress, the Aviya uses between 530 and 1,180 pocketed coils. Pocketed coils have an even width throughout, so they usually have fewer weak points than hourglass-shaped coils. The Aviya also uses high-density polyfoam, which tends to be more durable than lower-density foams.
The coil layer gives the Aviya Mattress extra bounce, which also leads to some motion transfer. While the polyfoam layers and the pocketing of the coils isolate motion to an extent, our testers still noted more movement than they felt would be ideal.
To assess motion transfer, we asked one tester to roll around on the bed while another tester lied on the bed to feel for movement across the mattress surface. The stationary sleep tester still noticed motion transfer throughout the testing process.
Our overnight testers who sleep with partners noted similar findings. They could feel movement across the surface of the bed when their partners rolled over, got into or out of bed, or shifted positions.
When our testing team first unboxed the Aviya Mattress, they noticed a mild odor from its foam layers. After 24 hours, they found that there was virtually no remaining smell. After 72 hours, they could no longer detect any scent whatsoever.
We evaluated pressure relief by asking testers from different weight groups to lie on a sensory pad that maps pressure. Most of our testers experienced some pressure build-up around their shoulders and hips. This was particularly true for our lightweight testers when lying on the Luxury Firm and Firm versions of the mattress.
Based on our tests, the Plush option of the Aviya provided the most conforming. We would classify this firmness option as moderately conforming.
Our sleep testers who tend to sleep hot felt the Aviya Mattress was cool and comfortable. Since the foam comfort layers in the Aviya Mattress don’t conform as closely to the body as some mattresses, they are less prone to trapping heat. Additionally, the thick layer of coils is breathable. Airflow through this support layer can help remove excess heat and promote a more comfortable temperature.
To evaluate the Aviya’s edge support, we asked testers from different weight groups to sit on the edge of the bed, then to lie near the edge as they felt for sinkage.
When sitting on the edge of the bed, our sleep testers noted very minimal sinkage. While our heavyweight testers noticed more compression, all of our testers felt the edge was sturdy enough to get into and out of the bed without a struggle.
Our testers noted similar results when lying near the edge of the mattress. They felt like they could lie along the edge without feeling like it may compress excessively and cause them to roll off. Again, our testers who weigh over 230 pounds experienced more sinkage than lighter weight sleepers. However, all of our testers felt the edge was sturdy enough to allow them to make full use of the bed’s surface.
This sturdy edge support is thanks to the Aviya Mattress’s 3-inch thick foam edging that wraps around the coil layer. This encasement has an ILD of 80, giving it a firm feel for extra support.
Our testers noted some noise when changing position or getting into or out of the bed. The mattress’s coil layer produced some creaking sounds. While the foam layers and the pocketing of the coils muffled these sounds slightly, our sleep testers who tend to awaken easily felt that these sounds could potentially interrupt their sleep. As coils age, they often creak more, so the mattress noises could become more pronounced over time.
The Aviya’s coil layer and sturdy edges earned it a very good rating in this category. The coil support layer gives the Aviya Mattress extra bounce and responsiveness, which may make it easier to change positions and move across the surface of the bed. The soft version of the mattress conforms more closely to the body, so it could also provide traction. The mattress’s reinforced edge is quite sturdy, so it may allow couples to use more of the mattress surface.
While the Aviya has many traits that may be beneficial for sexual activity, the creaking of the coils may not be ideal for couples aiming for a discreet encounter.
H3 Sleeper Ratings
Multiple factors can influence how a mattress feels to an individual. A person’s weight, body shape, and preferred sleep position are some of the most influential considerations to take into account. While how a mattress feels remains subjective, we’ve tested the Aviya with sleep testers from different weight groups with different position preferences to get a clearer idea of how these factors may affect an individual’s experience with the Aviya Mattress.
Lightweight Sleepers – Less than 130 lbs.
Our lightweight sleep testers felt the Aviya Mattress performed well across sleep positions. Sleepers who weigh under 130 pounds tend to prefer softer mattresses, and the same was true for our lightweight testers, who preferred the Plush version of the mattress to the Luxury Firm and Firm options.
When lying on their sides, our lightweight testers found the Plush version of the Aviya allowed them to sink in enough to experience good cradling and pressure relief without putting excessive pressure on their hips or shoulder. Our lightweight back and stomach sleepers felt the sturdier coils in the middle of the mattress prevented their midsections from sinking in too deeply without feeling hard.
Average Weight Sleepers – 130 to 230 lbs.
Our average weight testers gravitated towards the Plush and Luxury Firm versions of the Aviya Mattress.
When sleeping on their sides, our average weight sleepers felt the Plush firmness option offered good contouring and pressure relief. Our average weight back sleepers preferred the extra support of the Luxury Firm, which they felt provided a comfortable, even sleep surface. Our stomach sleepers didn’t find any of the firmness options ideal. They felt the Plush option allowed their midsections to sink in too deeply, while the Luxury Firm version felt a little too firm.
Heavyweight Sleepers – More than 230 lbs.
Because sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds put more force on a mattress, they usually benefit from a firmer option that will provide support without sagging. Our heavyweight testers felt the Firm version was the best Aviya Mattress option.
When sleeping on their sides, our heavyweight testers thought the Firm version of the mattress provided some contouring without excessive sinkage. When sleeping on their backs, they reported enough support to keep their spines well aligned. The least comfortable position for our heavyweight testers was stomach sleeping. In spite of the sturdy coils in the middle of the mattress, our heavyweight testers felt their midsections sunk in too deeply, putting a strain on their spines.
Pricing and Discounts
- Twin $799
- Twin XL $849
- Full $949
- Queen $1,099
- King $1,399
- California King $1,399
How Does the Aviya Mattress Compare to Other Beds?
Aviya vs. Saatva
The Saatva Mattress is a hybrid model that combines foam layers with two coil layers.
Like the Aviya, the Saatva is available in three firmness options: Plush, Luxury Firm, and Firm. While we feel the firmness of the Luxury Firm and Firm options are approximately equivalent between the Aviya and the Saatva, we found the Saatva’s Plush option softer than the Aviya’s, rating around 4 instead of 5. Our lightweight back and stomach sleepers preferred the Saatva’s softer feel.
Across sleep positions, our average weight and heavyweight testers preferred the Saatva Mattress, feeling the dual-coil system provided better contouring, while the added support from the Lumbar Zone support technology prevented their midsections from sinking in too deeply.
Our testers also gave the Saatva higher marks in our sex, pressure relief, and noise categories.
The Saatva comes in two height options, 11.5 inches and 14.5 inches, allowing sleepers to select between an average and high-profile version of the mattress.
Aviya vs. WinkBed
The WinkBed Mattress uses a hybrid design. It comes in four firmness options: Softer, Luxury Firm, Firmer, and PLUS. On our sale, these options correspond to medium-soft (4.5), medium-firm (6.5), firm (7.5), and firm (8) respectively. The Softer, Luxury Firm, and Firmer options incorporate multiple layers of polyfoam, a layer of pocketed microcoils, and a layer of pocketed coils. The PLUS option uses foam, latex, and one layer of pocketed coils.
A cotton lumbar pad and zoned support core of pocketed coils provide extra support and reinforcement for the midsection of the body to prevent it from sinking in excessively.
The WinkBed PLUS performed exceptionally well with our heavyweight testers, earning excellent marks across sleep positions. The WinkBed also received high scores across all of our weight groups and sleep positions, earning higher marks than the Aviya in nearly all categories.
Our testers rated the WinkBed and Aviya similarly for sex, temperature neutrality, and off-gassing, while the WinkBed received slightly higher ratings in the remaining performance categories.
Aviya vs. Brooklyn Bedding Signature
The Brooklyn Bedding Signature Mattress is a hybrid model with several layers of foam and a layer of encased coils. Like the Aviya, The Brooklyn Bedding Signature comes in three firmness options. These options are soft (3.5), medium (5.5), and firm (7.5), making the Signature’s soft and medium options are softer than the Aviya’s equivalent options.
Across all weight groups and sleep positions, our sleep testers gave the Brooklyn Bedding Signature higher marks than the Aviya Mattress. This was most pronounced with our lightweight back sleepers.
The Aviya and Brooklyn Bedding Signature earned similar marks in edge support, sex, temperature neutrality, and off-gassing. Our testers rated the Brooklyn Bedding Signature higher for motion isolation, durability, pressure relief, and noise. These results can be attributed to the Signature’s comfort and transition layers, which use foams engineered to provide contouring similar to memory foam and responsiveness similar to latex.
Aviya vs. DreamCloud
The DreamCloud Mattress is a hybrid mattress constructed of several layers of foam and a layer of pocketed coils. The DreamCloud has a medium-firm (6.5) feel, which is slightly firmer than the Aviya Luxury Firm option.
Because of the firmness, the Aviya earned better ratings from our lightweight side sleepers, who felt the Plush version of the Aviya provided more cradling. However, our heavyweight sleepers and average weight back and stomach sleepers felt the DreamCloud was more supportive. This may also be due in part to the thickness. The DreamCloud is 15 thick, making it 2 inches thicker than the Aviya. This extra thickness may provide additional support, particularly for heavier individuals.
The Aviya and DreamCloud earned similar marks for edge support and temperature neutrality. However, our testers rated the Aviya higher for off-gassing and the DreamCloud higher for durability, motion isolation, pressure relief, noise, and sex.
Aviya vs. Allswell Luxe
The Allswell Luxe Mattress is a hybrid model that pairs foam and a coil layer. The mattress’s medium-firm feel rates around 6.5 on the firmness scale, meaning it is slightly firmer than the equivalent firmness of the Aviya Mattress.
The Allswell Luxe felt too firm to our lightweight side sleepers, who preferred the Plush version of the Aviya. However, our heavyweight sleepers and our average weight back and stomach sleepers favored the Allswell Luxe Mattress.
Neither mattress excelled in our motion isolation or pressure relief tests, while both earned strong marks in temperature neutrality and off-gassing. While our team rated the Aviya very well for edge support and sex, the Allswell Luxe earned excellent ratings in these categories.
Aviya Mattress FAQ
Sleep Trial 100 Nights
Shipping Contiguous USA
Made In USA
Where Can I Buy the Aviya Mattress?
The Aviya Mattress is sold through AviyaMattress.com and on Amazon.
Where Do They Ship?
Aviya ships within the contiguous United States. Aviya does not currently ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or international destinations.
White Glove Delivery?
White Glove delivery, including mattress set-up and packaging removal, is available for a $159 fee.
Old Mattress Removal?
Old mattress removal is available with White Glove delivery for an additional $40 fee, totaling $199 for White Glove delivery with old mattress removal.
Full Delivery Policy
Aviya’s delivery policy for is as follows:
- The Aviya Mattress is usually delivered 3-7 days after the order is placed.
- White Glove delivery and old mattress removal are available for an extra charge.
- Expedited shipping is not available at this time.
- Mattresses are packaged in a box and shipped via FedEx.
- You will receive a tracking number when your order ships.
- You do not have to be home at the time of delivery.
Trial Period and Warranty Details
Trial Period: Aviya offers a 100-night sleep trial for the mattress.
- The trial period begins on the day of delivery.
- Aviya has a 30-night required adjustment period before you return your mattress.
- If you choose to return the mattress after 30 nights and before 100 nights, Aviya will arrange to pick-up the mattress and issue a full refund of the purchase price.
- White Glove delivery fees and old mattress removal fees are non-refundable.
- Any returns must be initiated within 100 days of the delivery date.
- The delivery team may refuse items it deems to be in unsanitary condition.
- Customers can also exchange the mattress during the 100-night period. The replacement mattress will be considered final sale and ineligible for return.
Warranty: Aviya offers a 10-year, non-prorated limited warranty for the mattress.
- The warranty begins on the date of the initial mattress delivery.
- The warranty applies to the original purchaser of the mattress.
- The warranty covers the following issues that arise with normal wear: loose or broken coils or wires, coils or wires protruding through the fabric, sagging (when the mattress has been used with a proper foundation), 1” or greater body impressions on the sleeping side.
- The warranty does not cover: normal impressions under 1”; changes in comfort or firmness preference; products shipped outside the contiguous United States; products subjected to abuse, burns, stains, or unsanitary conditions; products not maintained as detailed in the care instructions.
- If Aviya determines there is an eligible manufacturing defect, it offers to repair or replace the defective item.
The Aviya brand launched in 2014.
The Better Business Bureau has not yet rated Aviya.
Aviya does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
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