Originally Posted by GQgeek
I have a hookup for Simmons mattresses and was going to go with the top of the line model after testing them for a bit this weekend, but I'm reading reports on epinions that depressions seem to occur rather quickly in the pillowtops of these mattresses.
Simmons Beautyrest Mattresses
Pillowtop mattresses are designed to adjust to the way you sleep on them. They break in, just like a shoe breaks in to fit your foot. (And you would not want for the new shoe NOT to break in and adjust to your foot.)
After about a month, you will see form creases, called comfort creases, which indicate that the mattress is adjusting to the way you sleep on it.
If you want a top surface of the mattress that stays flat, perhaps you should consider a non-pillowtop mattress.
Please be aware that Simmons Beautyrest now has a premium product called the Next Generation (NxG) series. The NxG series are uniquely flat on top. You can see them in a video on YouTube at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QlcgSoxuvs