Really comfortable when new.
Nice, firm edge.
Can't feel shaking or disturbance when my partner moves.
Develops body impressions. Sleeping surface gets lumpy or uneven over time.
Gets saggy or mushy after a while. Loses its back support over time.
Simmons mattresses are recommended by 65% of owners on GoodBed (based on 3,980 ratings + 207 reviews).
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We bought an awesome Beautyrest from Sit and Sleep last year. It's called the Gwynn Pillow Top and it suits both me and my husband. It's firm enough for his needs, but the pillow top makes it soft enough to be comfortable for me. After 16 months, it shows no sign of wear or sagging. We're still as pleased with it now as we were when it was delivered.
It has a plush top that is really cushy. It feels firm enough. The corners are pretty sturdy. I'll see how the sides go in the next months/year.
The first time I tried this mattress, I knew I had to have it. It's like sleeping on a cloud. All the mattress-related discomfort I used to feel is history. I've bought it in 2007 and it has maintained its shape, beauty and comfort since then.
If you like a firm mattress, this is probably not for you.
But if you have back problems and like a mattress that provides support yet has 'give,' this is for you. It amazes me that it has lasted so long and is still provides dreamy comfort and rest.
I've had it
I've spent lots of money (2500+) on mattresses in the past. I recently bought a pierpont when I needed a mattress in a second home. I didn't want to spend a lot for a mattress that would get occasional use. I have to say that this mattress is much more comfortable/supportive than my others. It's a coil mattress, but you don't feel the coils. There's a slight pillow top that makes it firm with just a little softness. There is decent motion isolation, and good edges that don't sink when you get out of bed. I actually replaced a memory foam mattress with a second pierpont. Highly recommended.
We own a luxury B & B and have the original mattresses we bought
when we opened in 2004. They have held up very well and are still amazingly comfortable. We receive many comments on how comfortable our beds are.
Looks good but when 2 people lay down, they both roll into the middle. Trying to get money back on a warranty. Don't mind sleeping in the middle with my husband, but feels like I have to climb a hill to get to the edge.
I like the firmness in some of the areas, but one side of the mattress seems to slump on the side and is not as firm of soft like the middle.
If I had it my way I would have returned it in under a week for something even softer. But my wife would not exchange it so I have now say in the matter. However this is a survey and I think I could have gone with an even softer matress cuz I still wake up in all hours of the night and never get the right amount of sleep cuz I'm always moving in my sleep on that bed.
I'm a tall guy that weighs in the upper 200's. The bed does well for me in that respect. What I seem to notice is the two twin box springs under the mattress. (In the center, it's rigid).
I would consider a foundation that is uniform across the entire width.
The mattress is very supportive overall, but it seems over time the middle kind of sinks in.
This is the absolute WORST mattress that I have ever owned, and was not cheap either. It sinks in the area where you lay and the outer area is the only part that stays firm. I only weigh 115 lbs and am the only person to ever sleep in this bed. Just horrible!
Within two years of purchase, the mattress has sagged at some places and curled up at others. The manufacturer says they can not do anything if it has sagged less than 1.5 inches and curling up is not a defect. ridiculous definitions that are not clarified upfront
We hate this mattress. This is the second one. We exchanged the first one as it went bad. Now we need a different kind of mattress as this one kills our joints and back. We cannot get a good night's sleep on it.
The pillowtop foam became compressed, so we were each lying in a hole, with a ridge between the two of you. It's too soft and gave us backaches. Additionally the whole mattress began to arc down on one side, apparently unable to handle my husband's 230 pounds. This all took 5-6 months, by which time all bets were off with the Macy's guarantee. Simmons' warranty is worthless. We have actually turned it upside down and are sleeping on it that way, because we can't afford another mattress so soon. Now I have the hill on the side, but it's recovering with less weight, and my husband is sleeping more in the middle. Our backs are better, but come on, this is outrageous. Never again, Macy's and Simmons!
We've had to replace this twice already mattress within 4 months of sleeping on it because the top layer of material became detached from the rest of the mattress resulting is lumps all over the bed. Simmons replaced it the first two times but now refuses stating insufficient bed frame support. 1) it's not sagging it's bubbling 2) then why cover it the first two times?
Mattress Warehouse won't refund us our money so now we are stuck with terrible bed. So unhappy! Buyer beware!
I am now on my second bed in 7 years. The NXG 250 Simmons Bed. The sidewalls fail. They cave in. Both beds have done this within the first three years. It only happens on the left side. I only weight 204 so it's not like a weight issue.
So disappointed. It was over our budget but we felt that it was worth the expense if it would be comfortable and afford us good rest. Ten months later we have two "ruts," one on each side of the bed. Yes, the mattress and box spring are supported on bed frame. We purchased an inexpensive Beautyrest Classic set over four years ago for $400 at Metro Mattress and were not surprised that it lasted about a year before sagging occurred. The Kimble Glen was much more expensive and lasted far less than the Classic. With Raymour & Flanigan the Platinum Warranty only covers stains and an exchange within 45 days of purchase. Of note is the fact that we feel Raymour & Flanigan did a bait and switch because the mattress we tried in the showroom was comfortable and provided soft support when we rolled over and laid on our sides. The mattress that was delivered does not.
I bought my mattress at a mattress firm in dfw tx, it was a floor model and I paid $600 for it. It was pretty comfy when I first got it. After a year and 3 months it sinks in the middle and the pillow top has separated in the middle leaving a huge bubble the size of the bottom of a 50 gallon drum. When I asked mattress firm if I could return it they said floor models have no warranty and after talking to corporate and the dfw district mang they agreed that paying that much for a mattress and it being "trash" after only a year and 3 months, there was "nothing they could do". I've always bought simmons beautyrest mattress it, but I'm very disappointed in my purchase and give it one star. A complete rip off.
I have hadone good and bad experience with matresses, beautyrest was the first I ever had and it was awesome but I do not remember the rest, since thrn, I have pic hazed firm, plushes, but I just get them wring, unfortunately I got this one in clearance and not worth the 1500 spent on it.
I sink in, my back hurts, I have to move slowly to getting up, and if I stay on one side, I have imprints on my body and everything aches, I sm only 36 yes old but I wake up like I am 60. The worst
Third replacement mattress now has a huge bump in the middle. I have called company 2 times and left messages. No return calls. Tried claim form on line through NFM, does not go through!!! VERY frustrated will never have another mattress from them again.
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