|Item Weight||80.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||80.5 x 41.5 x 33.5 inches|
|Item model number||300159|
|Assembled Height||33.5 inches|
|Assembled Width||55.25 inches|
|Assembled Length||81.5 inches|
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Coaster Home Furnishings Transitional Futon Frame, Black
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- Glossy black futon frame
- Sleek arched metal arms
- Simple square legs
- Easily convert from sofa to bed
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This cool contemporary futon frame will give your spare bedroom or den a stylish look. The sleek metal arms gently arc into simple square legs, with a smooth frame all in a Black metal finish. Easily convert from a couch for lounging, to a comfortable bed at night, ideal for overnight guests. Make the most of your space with this stylish futon. Mattress not included.
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However, assembly was difficult (I've put together a lot of furniture, so I'm used to following this type of instructions). I did it by myself and it's definitely possible, it it would be easier with two people. My tips: separate parts in the hardware bag according to the numbers they are labeled with in the instructions. Most are easy to tell apart, even the three different bolt sizes, but you will probably need to compare them to each other to tell. The most difficult part is probably attaching the two parts of the frame to the "transmission," which requires two bolts per frame on each side. The instructions are somewhat unclear on this because there is a close-up drawing and it's hard to discern what parts you're looking at (and from what angles), but I took a stab at it and happened to get it right. (Tip: the seat frame goes over the stretcher, not under, and the "handle"-looking parts that are there to hold the mattress on should face up on the side with the curved leg, not the straight one.) The bolts that attach the frames to the "transmissions" are quite hard to get in because they are barely long enough, and you have to keep the frame at a good angle with respect to the transmission (this is where a second person could really help). Most notably, however, the instructions only tell you how to put together half the futon. You might think you should just repeat the process with the other half after you're done (which is what I did), but I think that's a bad idea in retrospect. I think it would be better to repeat the process on the other side after each step in the directions--e.g., attach the stretcher and transmission to one side, then attach them to the other (it's very hard to get them lined up if you wait like I did). Finally, while you can probably surmise this if you think about all the directions before you start, but you want to make sure that the "back" frame is placed with the hole for the hook facing up so you can actually put the hook that connects the back and seat frames into the two holes designed for this hook. That being said, I think the hook is only there to make extra sure the futon stays in the "sofa" position when you have the back up (and I don't have any problems without it. The directions don't say this, but it seems like you have to remove it to put it down in the "bed" position since it seems to serve to lock it in the upright position.
Assembly aside, it seems to be working well so far. It is a bit difficult to convert from sofa to bed, but it could just be that my mattress is heavy. (It is easy to do with two people, one on the left and one on the right.) I'll update this with how it holds up if anything changes.
I panicked when the rolled up futon looked too small but I worried needlessly. Anyway, now it's finished, and comfortable, and looks great.
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