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[IKEA] Slatted bed base, adjustable (Queen) - 50$ (regular 250$)

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[IKEA] Slatted bed base, adjustable (Queen) - 50$ (regular 250$)

Offer valid Feb 4, 2019 - Feb 18, 2019 or while supplies last . To be used only with IKEA bed frames (according to the item description)

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Wish the King size was on sale too. :(
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sonician wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 9:52 am
Wish the King size was on sale too. :(
It is, but only 50$ off...way less % than Queen
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I wish there was more info. Had does one lift it? I assume you can't use a box spring etc. Would sit pretty low to ground etc. Can it have a headboard or would that mess with the lifting?
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PMking wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 10:15 am
I wish there was more info. Had does one lift it? I assume you can't use a box spring etc. Would sit pretty low to ground etc. Can it have a headboard or would that mess with the lifting?
It's a slat base, not a frame. It sits in an Ikea frame (sold separately).
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May pick one up. Thanks OP.

FYI - FULL is on sale for $50 as well.
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Great deal.

- King not on clearance
- Twin doesn't exist

- when you're really tired and ready to sleep, you have to get out of bed and lift up the frame/mattress front to reset it back to the bottom?

- because of that, people might be more willing to pay insanely more for a push-button setup

Note that the FULL photo may not be correct. It may only be one section.

Note that the dimensions for the QUEEN are not correct. That's only one of the panels. The total unit is not...
Width: 29 7/8 " (76 cm)

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The double bed is ok to lift up and down but the queen requires 2 people. The straps are very short so I had to add rope through both straps to be able to reach them. Good idea but not easy to lift and put down.


On a king size bed it's a 3 man job to use the adjustable component. Buy extra pillows.



There's my analysis of the deal. Great price if you know what you'll be getting.
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RxMills wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 11:20 am
Great deal.

- King not on clearance
- Twin doesn't exist

- when you're really tired and ready to sleep, you have to get out of bed and lift up the frame/mattress front to reset it back to the bottom?

- because of that, people might be more willing to pay insanely more for a push-button setup

Note that the FULL photo may not be correct. It may only be one section.

Note that the dimensions for the QUEEN are not correct. That's only one of the panels. The total unit is not...
Width: 29 7/8 " (76 cm)

REVIEWS

The double bed is ok to lift up and down but the queen requires 2 people. The straps are very short so I had to add rope through both straps to be able to reach them. Good idea but not easy to lift and put down.


On a king size bed it's a 3 man job to use the adjustable component. Buy extra pillows.



There's my analysis of the deal. Great price if you know what you'll be getting.
Thanks for a detailed description, that would help lots of potential buyers.
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I'm a bit confused.
So I would put this in my ikea bedframe so I can raise the back and sit on it like a hospital bed as long as my mattress is foam?
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dptrain wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 2:53 pm
I'm a bit confused.
So I would put this in my ikea bedframe so I can raise the back and sit on it like a hospital bed as long as my mattress is foam?
Yes, same as the remote controlled ones, the difference is that you have to do it manually here :)
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It's a steep discount, but you really have to wonder how practical it is since it's not one-button automatic.

If you want to read in bed or watch TV, sure, but it's easier to prop up a few pillows than to get out of bed and adjust it. Unless you spend a lot of time in bed not sleeping I would save the $50.
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Lone_Prodigy wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 5:16 pm
If you want to read in bed or watch TV, sure, but it's easier to prop up a few pillows than to get out of bed and adjust it. Unless you spend a lot of time in bed not sleeping I would save the $50.
Even if you never use the 'lift' adjustment, this is a better base than the Luroy and Lonset for a crazy low price. More slats, more comfort zones, and tension adjustment on the middle slats.
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I don't have a bed. Can this be used directly on the floor? Buying this to raise my mattress off the floor.
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But what to do with my lame $50 cheap slats that I bought with Malm
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express.items wrote:
Feb 4th, 2019 6:39 pm
But what to do with my lame $50 cheap slats that I bought with Malm
sell it for like $20,,...in the end you would have bought these slats for $30

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