Perfect for those who need a solid mattress support system that’s easy to assemble.
Easy for most to put together and install on bed frame. Good mattress support. Solid construction.
Difficult to adjust heights of the legs. Some received a package with missing parts.
Particularly good for top bunk beds where wooden slats are unattractive, but a good value for any situation.
Good quality. Gives great mattress support. Doesn’t make noise when moving around. Easy to install.
Fabric could make it slippery when tossing and turning in bed.
A well-constructed slats-plus-frame design. Particularly good for full-sized beds that run small.
Easy to assemble. Well constructed. Good quality parts. Sturdy design when assembled that doesn’t slide around.
On the small side for an average full bed. Squeaks with metal bed frames.
A sturdy, quality bed-slats replacement to give you a good night’s sleep.
Provides excellent mattress support. Crossbars and feet are adjustable. Metal parts are well made. No squeaking.
Unhelpful instructions and tricky to assemble. Plastic leg supports could break if not careful.
A solid solution for those with full-sized beds that run long.
Does the job without frills. Provides good mattress stability for most. Adequate quality for average use.
Customers report slats about an inch longer than standard full-size frame.
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