Iron - Bed Frames
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Tue Feb 12 00:00:00 MST 2013yolandap Rating:4.0
Easy to put together, sturdy, but beginning to squeak. Make sure you have a dust ruffle or the iron will make you think you are in a prison movie. Serves the purpose.
Fri Mar 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013ladycuddles Rating:4.0
What can you say? No frills bed frame. Heavy angle iron metal, six post floor support (center supports (2 of them) are just posts, with a wider foot attachment, four caster supports on the corners (2 with swivel and lock wheels, 2 with just swivel wheels)). Its simple, and far cheaper, than the platform bed frames, but it does the job, on a budget. Due to budget constraints, I went with this frame, in addition to the "bookcase" headboard. The cost for buying the "matching" platform frame for the same "bookcase" headboard was more than I could afford. This was a good "cheap" alternative. This frame *does* come with headboard attaching mounts, you just need to get the bolts and nuts, as this frame does not come with that hardware (the mounting has two "bolt" holes on each side, if you are looking for attaching a headboard). The frame seamed kind of "flimsy", until it is snapped together. It has different sizing positions, to allow it to be used in different bed sizes (queen, king, etc...). I bought it for use in a Queen box spring / mattress size, and having the different sizing, if I decide in the future to upgrade to a larger mattress, like a King, this frame can easily be changed to accommodate. As this frame is more perimeter / center supported frame structure, I would not attempt to use this frame without having a box spring. If you are looking for eliminating the use of a box spring, I would suggest not using this frame, but, rather, going with the more elaborate "platform" style frames, as they have a more "all over" support for a mattress only arrangement.
Thu Sep 26 00:00:00 MDT 2013darcybrewer Rating:5.0
This iron frame is very steardy and it was made to last. It came in 3 days.
Wed Apr 24 00:00:00 MDT 2013mike1005 Rating:5.0
Unlike others I looked at, the generous number of legs (8) avoids sagging as might happen with a 4 or 6 leg design. I was super impressed with the protective packaging and the quality of the design using HSS (hollow structural steel) shapes instead of angle iron or flat stock. The fit of the parts was excellent which made assembly easy and fast. You need no instructions for this fine frame. Also impressive was the plastic end caps on the bottom of each leg. We found it a bit tall for our super high bed set we bought, but due to the end caps I was able to simply remove the end caps, cut the legs shorter with a hacksaw and tap the end caps back in. The hex allen wrench and nut wrench provided are okay but if you have your own standard wrenches they make it easier on your hands. All in all -one of the best values and products I have bought on line.
Sat Apr 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014markmcg1 Rating:5.0
When this arrived I was surprised how small the box was, but it didn't disappoint me in any way, it was easy to put together, it's very solid, and it looks nice and modern. Whoever invented box springs missed the boat, this thing is the way to go! They add nothing to comfort and are a huge waste of space. (One of my dogs loves to hang out under my bed now.) And as an added bonus, it does away with those brutal wheels attached to angle iron, that my bedframe had (and that I kicked with bare toes too many times to think about. All in all, very pleased!
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