No need for a box spring. Very heavy duty. Sits at 18-inches, which gives you a lot of under the bed storage. Frame holds up well. Easy to clean beneath.
These slats may have a tendency to squeak and the metal corners can be sharp.
Includes 3 cross rails. Can replace wooden slats. Screws into the frame. Sturdy and easy to put together. Can handle a lot of weight. Helps correct middle dipping on a mattress.
Frame has some plastic parts and is not 100% constructed of metal.
Not flexible. Provides a firm base. Works well with regular or memory foam mattresses. Easy to assemble. Not squeaky. Includes non-slip strips to keep the boards from moving after installation. A great way to remove the box spring and lower your mattress height.
Measure your bed frame before purchase, these boards may not fit in all frames.
Good support for memory foam. Easy to assemble comes with good instructions. Can flatten out a sagging mattress. Sturdy. Doesn't creak like wood. Spare parts included. Easier to handle than a box spring.
Slats are not very close together and not adjustable. The metal can be a little slick for the mattress.
Legs adjust to needed height. Can adjust to most bed widths. Adds a lot of extra support to your bed. Easy to install and stays put. Durable. Helps eliminate the creaking of your bed.
This product is designed for use with wooden frames and may not work well with other types.
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