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Black Steel Mattress Bed Frame Twin Extra Long
When you need a simple place for a guest or family member to sleep, this black extra-long twin bed frame will hit the mark. This frame has eight legs, making it very sturdy, and it's a standard height means a standard bed skirt can be used.
ITEM#: 11341165This durable steel bedframe, when coupled with a comfortable mattress, provides an ideal sleeping place to accommodate an overnight guest. Its eight sturdy legs will help it withstand years of heavy use. This three-piece steel bed frame is great for any space where you need an extra bed. With a steel spring system, the frame does not require a box spring. The frame is high set for 14 inches of under-bed storage to minimize its effect on your floor space. The bed comes ready to assemble, and the rugged frame is covered by a one-year warranty on parts.
- This bedframe is the perfect platform to hold a standard extra-long-size twin mattress
- The sinuous spring base covers the entire frame, providing solid support for a mattress, and evens body weight distribution
- The frame offers full 14-inch under-bed clearance to provide extra storage space
- Reinforced steel corners provide additional strength to assure durability and support
- This three-piece steel frame doesn't require a boxspring
- The frame comes with a one-year warranty on parts
- Model: 32F-xL-TWIN
- Set includes: 1 bedframe
- Materials: Metal, steel
- Finish: Black
- Dimensions: 83 inches long x 37 inches wide x 16 inches high
Steel storage baskets shown in photo are sold separately.
Mattress, boxspring, and bedding (comforter, sheets, pillows, etc.) are NOT included.
|Dimensions||83 in. L x 37 in. W x 16 in. H|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year parts only|
|Bed Style||Regular Bed|
|Tags||Comfortable Quality Simple Sturdy|
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Sturdy steel doesn't wobble or make a sound, lightweight - would definitely purchase againRead More
needed a short term high qualitu bed and this worked out well with a hi quality air mattress and memory foam topper. Just what I expected. Sold it on craigslist for same price later.Read More
Very sturdy. Great price. High enough for under bed storageRead More
Ok. the bed is still comfortable. I would recommend it. the delivery took long.Read More
Just right for my son's room. Very easy to assemble. Took me about 20 minutes including checking all the parts. Seems very sturdy. Would recommend.Read More
I bought these for a guest room where I didn't want to spend a lot of money. These are well suited for light use. I wouldn't expect one to last long in a growing boys room. Jumping on the bed would be a REALLY bad thing for these frames. I use them for guest beds with memory foam matresses. I especially needed the length for oversized twin matress as I have tall relatives! The frames raise the mattress to nearly standard height (if there is such a thing)with out a box springs which was another thing I was looking for. They have minimal springs built in that allow the memory foam to sort of squeeze past into the gaps in the corners so I put a light sheet of plywood over one, on the other I had a big sheet of cardboard that is working fine. I can't speak for how well they would do with a conventional mattress, maybe better. I tried one out myself to make sure they were stable and comfortable and found them to be just fine over a carpeted floor, and with, as I said, a memory foam mattress. I had one guest who suffers from insomnia tell me with a very happy smile that she immediately fell asleep and slept soundly all night! Of course credit must be given to the mattress but the frame did not detract from her comfort!.Read More
This is an excellent frame if you are looking for something very sturdy. This is not a foldaway bed frame: Once you set it up, it is heavy and does not fold. I am 6' 6" and weigh 250 lbs and it holds me fine without any strain. It will last. I put an 80" X 38" piece of particle board / peg board (cut for me at Lowes) on top of the springs to prevent any tears on the mattress. The box it arrived in was pretty beat up and looked like it had been pulled open to see what was inside. The Assembly instruction sheet was crumpled - like someone had crumpled it up to throw it away and then tried to smooth it out. Luckily - all parts were there, and assembly was easy with the supplied tools. The machining of the metal is excellent - all holes line up perfectly and supplied nuts and bolts are rugged. Customer Service was also very helpful with a pricing issue. I am very happy with this frame.Read More
I didn't give it the full 5 stars because they shipped me the wrong size, ordered twin xl received king. Although the customer service was some of the best I've had and they were pretty prompt about picking up the king and delivering the right one. This frame is very much worth the money. My son is 6' and 220 and he loves it! Very durable. Just as a precaution you want to put a thin barrier between the mattress and frame for protection, sheet, bedskirt or even cardboard.Read More
I ordered an extra long frame, because my nephew is pushing 6 feet. The bed is not as long as I thought it was. I mean, his feet don't hang over the end of the bed, but he has to sleep with his head all the way at the top of the bed to do that. The regular size bed frames I would recommend. I have a full size and two regular twin size frames. I love the beds, they're sturdy and the height is perfect for putting storage. Which is much needed in my house and apartment. But don't get this extra long frame, it's really not extra long at all.Read More
Very easy to assemble. we really love this items\Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello esheridan910, twin XL is 5" inches longer. A twin comforter would be slighter short on the twin XL mattress. You can purchase comforters in twin XL in most places. Thanks for shopping with us.
Why is this bed only 37 inches wide, since a twin xl mattress is 39 inches?
Hello wendy198, this bed frame is 37 inches wide it should fit a XL mattress just fine. Thanks for shopping with us!
Does this bed frame have hardwood floor protection on bottoms of legs?
Hello, newlbuyer. This bed doesn't have rubber pads on the bottom of its legs, but customers have reported that it does not scratch hardwood floors. It may, however, slide around on wood floors, but that can be fixed if you purchase rubber feet. Thank you for shopping with us!
Can you attach a headboard to the frame?
No. You would only be able to slide the frame up against the headboard along the wall.
There are no predrilled holes for a headboard, but if you are handy with metal, you could probably attach one.
Can this platform hold a 6 inch futon mattress? What is the weight limit?
This can hold a futon mattress, but it would hang over the edges. The weight limit is 350 lbs.
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