Best Price Mattress New Innovated Box Spring Metal Bed Frame, Queen
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- Completed mattress support system Replace old frame & box spring
- Easy to assemble in minutes no tool required
- Super strong 100 percent steel construction
- 14 inches High Storage space
- Queen size 60 inches x 80 inches x 14 inches
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This complete support system for your mattress replaces your current metal frame and box spring with a much more user friendly option. Excellent strength and durability, easy to bring home and set up, plus 14" of under bed storage! This affordable mattress support system is 100% steel construction and will conveniently and comfortably support your mattress while providing more than double the storage space found under traditional box springs and frames.
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|Item Dimensions||79.90 x 60.00 x 14.00 inches||80.00 x 60.00 x 14.00 inches||80.00 x 60.00 x 14.00 inches||80.00 x 60.00 x 14.00 inches||80.00 x 60.00 x 18.00 inches||80.00 x 60.00 x 14.00 inches|
|Item Weight||37.00 lbs||45.60 lbs||34.17 lbs||40.70 lbs||36.18 lbs||35.00 lbs|
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With just mattress it is as high a typical mattress-boxspring-bedframe set, yet leaves room underneath for shallow storage bins. Because I use a bug protector cover on my mattress, I did lay some cardboard and masonite sheets I had around on top so I didn't risk ripping cover on any bars, but I was being extra cautious.
There are some slightly more expensive brands of this that have a design with the support legs recessed a little under the frame (if you tend to stub your toes, though hasn't been a problem for me) and no diagonal bars underneath which allows a little larger of storage bins underneath, but those aspects weren't important to me.
Also, if you have a memory foam mattress, I think you would need to put some kind of wood or cardboard sheets on top if you weren't using boxspring. I imagine this would be good if you wanted an extra high bed too, if you have mobility issues standing up from sitting, just use it with a boxspring and you'd be about 8" higher than a regular bed set.
Update: One year later. The frame is still doing its job, just like the day I opened the box. Several guests have used the frame/air mattress combo, although I have now added a 3" layer of memory foam to the top. One day I got the bright idea to use each half of the set as twin bed frames with twin air mattresses for a guest's kids. The setup dumped one of the kids on the floor overnight. (Good thing kids bounce!) The problem: A twin bed is 9" wider than half of a queen bed. So the two halves went back together, the queen air mattress is back on top, and the twin air mattresses are on the floor. (Kids don't mind.)
I (a nearly 200 lbs. male) have stood on the bed to hang Christmas lights over my curtain rods with no creaking, sagging, or unsteadiness (except for the unsteadiness of the mattress).
My bed's headboard and footboard are connected by side rails, and I was worried that the box spring's legs would be too wide to accommodate the use of the rails. In my case, this was not a problem.
The supporting legs at the head and foot ends of the box spring are recessed about 1" under the platform of the box spring. The center supporting legs are placed directly under the edge of the platform. Only those center legs pose a very minor issue, in that they make physical contact with the rails.
My bedframe's rails have an attached wooden lip that runs the length of the rail. Its purpose is to support perpendicular wooden slats that would normally provide support beneath a "legless" box spring. I had to use a little bit of force to squeeze the rails into their connecting slots of the head and footboards. I'm sure that if I were to measure, and look very carefully, I'd be able to find some evidence of bowing at those center points, but by my eye, it's imperceptible. It was just a bit more difficult to place the rails, as they didn't just drop into place like they had prior to using this box spring with legs. (see photo).
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Ojo los gatos no vienen incluidos!!!🤣
Lo único "malo" es que es un poco más pesada de lo que creí.