KENNEDY Home Collection 5 to 6-Inch Black Bed Risers,4-pack
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- Instantly creates additional under bed storage
- Either head or foot of bed can be raised for medical conditions
- Holds approximately 1200-pound
- Pyramid design keeps your bed steady
- For use with stationary or lock-wheel bed frames only
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These bed risers give you storage space you never had before. These sturdy blocks instantly elevate your bed for up to 6-Inch of additional under-bed storage space, perfect for those extra large storage bins. They are engineered to be incredibly strong, and can also be used to aid in the treatment of some medical conditions. These bed risers are perfect for any dorm room setting.
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Bed raisers are an amazing way to gain approximately 6-inches of storage space (in that ever so important unused space under the bed). They are also great for medical use, two under the front of the bed can help improve circulation in the legs, or two under the back legs can help people with acid reflux.
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I was concerned about the negative reviews about the risers breaking after some time of use so I was thinking about reinforcing them underneath with penny rolls or something but I noticed that underneath inside two sets appeared one way and the third set appeared another way. Since a picture is worth a thousand words and I'm sure you don't want to read a thousand words...I posted picture of one good riser from the two sets and one picture of a bad riser from the one bad set. So my theory is that the product design is good...it's just manufacture defects that are causing some people to use poorly made risers which break later after some time of use. So I installed the good set as is with no penny roll support underneath and will return the bad set. I've been wrong before so I will post if the good set of risers break after some time of use. But I recommend to inspect underneath riser and send bad riser back instead of using them and wasting your money when your bed crashes down.
The 5-6" riser pack was rated for 300 pounds. We bought ours to gain some storage space under the full/twin bed in an office/guest room.
The risers slip and slide getting the mattress frame into the SHALLOW depressions at the top, tilt easily, and wiggle. Then the mattress and box spring went on. There were a few creaks and cracks, a little alarming, but we couldn't see anything. We double checked that the foot of the bed frame was centered on each riser, that the risers were sitting level, and pressed down on the made bed, wiggled, decided it wasn't going to sluice one way or another, and our 70-pound Lab volunteered to test it out.
We eased her up there, because we didn't want the catastrophe a jump might produce, particularly since her elderly brother was in the room. With her at the foot of the bed, curled up ready to doze, the risers made it about five or ten minutes - just enough time to start breathing easy and decide if it was worth a 180-pound person trying out.
The crack when the riser at a bottom corner collapsed was much more significant than the first couple of creaks and crackles. The foot of the bed frame completely penetrated the plastic of the cup, ditched the mattress and the dog in the floor, and then you get to figure out how you're getting the riser off the foot of the bed while it's still swinging back and forth on two, because the riser on the opposite corner shot out when the weight shifted.
If you have kids or pets that might hit this thing running or bounce, I THINK IT WOULD ACTUALLY BE DANGEROUS.
When you consider the 300 pound rating, you should also consider the weight of the mattress. Since I can lift my mattress and box spring easily, they don't weigh what the 70-pound Lab does. I should have been clear for 80 or 90 pounds of pressure with the Lab on the bed, and I'm waiting for somebody to tell me it was because all the weight was on one side so I can ask in return "Just how is it you get in and out of bed, levitate?"
Maybe mine were defective. I certainly hope so. But I'm done. You get what you pay for. If you want a taller bed, go pay $50-120 for a different bed frame or hit the shop and auger out some 4x4 or 6x6 supports that your bed frame will fit into. The only positive thing I can say about these is that the flat black color blended in pretty well under the bed skirt for the 10-15 minutes total they were under there with everything laying smooth and working properly.
That said, we have returned them. We're waiting to see if the deal for a refund holds up. I might be willing to go up a star on a customer service rating depending on how many hoops we have to jump through.
I received these on Sept 14th. Put them under my bed and set everything up. I was really happy with the new height of the bed that allowed me some extra storage.
This evening, Oct 11, less than a full month later, I was sitting in bed reading and the top left corner of the bed collapsed - scaring the crap out of me. The wheel of the bed had broken through the top of the riser and gone straight thru to the floor. At 11:30 at night I had to get out of bed, and wrestle the remaining 3 wheels off the supports by myself.
And by the way, I'm an average weight woman with a standard queen sized bed. I wasn't jumping or bouncing, and I absolutely did not exceed any normal weight limits for a bed.
I'm incredibly unhappy with this product and would not recommend it to ANYONE. If I could rate it 0* I would!
Update: June 2010
After using these risers for about a year and taking them on several trips, I can whole-heartedly endorce my 5 star rating. They work great; they are relatively light while providing great support. At 250 pounds, I am heavier than many, but the risers have not broken down at all. I stuff socks or something else inside one of them when I pack two of them. They have been to France, Mexico, Guadeloupe, a couple of National Parks, and under three different beds in my home. The "indent" in the top keeps bed legs that have wheels on them from moving around. Great product.