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Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black

Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black

Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
Olee Sleep 18 Inch Tall Heavy Duty Steel Slat/ Anti-slip Support/ Easy Assembly/ Mattress Foundation/ Maximum Storage/ Noise Free/ No Box Spring Needed, Black
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Features

  • Unique Sturdy design - The frame encloses the mattress to prevent slipping with ample under-bed space
  • Easy and seamless assembly – all the required hardware and tools are included/ headboard compatible
  • Product Dimensions- 76.1 x 40.1 x 18 inches
  • Available dimensions for mattress and box spring : 74.5 x 38.5 inches. HEIGHT OF UNDER BED FRAME SPACE- 16.5 inch. INNER DIMENSION- 74.5 x 38.5 inch. SPACE BETWEEN SLATS- 7.0 inch. SLAT DIMENSION- 38.4 x 0.8 x 0.4 inch
  • Fast Furniture delivery/ 5 year limited manufacturer warranty

Description

Olee Sleep t-3000 steel slat bed frame is back with extra height. We have added 4 inches, which makes the Height to 18 inches. 18 inch high profile allows you to make full use for under bed storage, and forget the box Springs. It is just the right Height for everyone easy assembly, yet strong bed frame. Forget the weak squeaking wood slats As Well. Offering the best, just for you.


Item Weight 33.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 40.1 x 76.1 x 18 inches


Item model number OLR18BF04T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


ASIN B01M2D8ALO


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 10,195 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,458 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #13 in Bed Frames


Date First Available September 18, 2016


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Features

  • Unique Sturdy design - The frame encloses the mattress to prevent slipping with ample under-bed space
  • Easy and seamless assembly – all the required hardware and tools are included/ headboard compatible
  • Product Dimensions- 76.1 x 40.1 x 18 inches
  • Available dimensions for mattress and box spring : 74.5 x 38.5 inches. HEIGHT OF UNDER BED FRAME SPACE- 16.5 inch. INNER DIMENSION- 74.5 x 38.5 inch. SPACE BETWEEN SLATS- 7.0 inch. SLAT DIMENSION- 38.4 x 0.8 x 0.4 inch
  • Fast Furniture delivery/ 5 year limited manufacturer warranty

Description

Olee Sleep t-3000 steel slat bed frame is back with extra height. We have added 4 inches, which makes the Height to 18 inches. 18 inch high profile allows you to make full use for under bed storage, and forget the box Springs. It is just the right Height for everyone easy assembly, yet strong bed frame. Forget the weak squeaking wood slats As Well. Offering the best, just for you.


Item Weight 33.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 40.1 x 76.1 x 18 inches


Item model number OLR18BF04T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


ASIN B01M2D8ALO


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 10,195 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,458 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #13 in Bed Frames


Date First Available September 18, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Unique Sturdy design - The frame encloses the mattress to prevent slipping with ample under-bed space
  • Easy and seamless assembly – all the required hardware and tools are included/ headboard compatible
  • Product Dimensions- 76.1 x 40.1 x 18 inches
  • Available dimensions for mattress and box spring : 74.5 x 38.5 inches. HEIGHT OF UNDER BED FRAME SPACE- 16.5 inch. INNER DIMENSION- 74.5 x 38.5 inch. SPACE BETWEEN SLATS- 7.0 inch. SLAT DIMENSION- 38.4 x 0.8 x 0.4 inch
  • Fast Furniture delivery/ 5 year limited manufacturer warranty

Description

Olee Sleep t-3000 steel slat bed frame is back with extra height. We have added 4 inches, which makes the Height to 18 inches. 18 inch high profile allows you to make full use for under bed storage, and forget the box Springs. It is just the right Height for everyone easy assembly, yet strong bed frame. Forget the weak squeaking wood slats As Well. Offering the best, just for you.


Item Weight 33.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 40.1 x 76.1 x 18 inches


Item model number OLR18BF04T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


ASIN B01M2D8ALO


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 10,195 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,458 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #13 in Bed Frames


Date First Available September 18, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews When investigating this on Amazon I read through 17 pages of questions. All 17 pages were just people continually asking the same 10 questions so I will try to answer them here so you don’t need to spend an hour reading questions and answers. We bought the king bed version and are using it with a 13” memory foam mattress from Costco. This is a day one review so I will update in one month. Shipping: Weighs 59 pounds. Cardboard box is 42” x 21” x 6”. Was well packed for shipping. When ordering they were vague on when it would arrive. We ordered it on Thursday, they shipped it via UPS on Monday and it arrived on Wednesday (a day earlier than the shipping confirmation said). Assembly: The instructions are in pictograph form on one sheet of paper and are easy to understand. They are written in English but you don’t really need the words. There are six long extruded metal pieces that make up the perimeter of the bed with an eighth one that goes down the middle. The three long pieces fold open with legs. The four pieces that make up the top and bottom just bolt together with no moving parts. The instructions are simple. Just lay all the pieces out than start attaching them. The only bad part of the instructions is they named pieces “A” and “A1” (for top of bed) and “B” and “B1” (for bottom) but then the instructions say “A1*1” and “A*1” to indicate there is one of each so just read carefully. Pieces are not labeled on the metal but if you look closely at the diagram you will see the A pieces have slots to attach a headboard and the B do not. It took my wife and I less than 15 minutes to fully assemble and she could have done it herself. None of the individual pieces are heavy. By far the hardest part was lifting the mattress up onto the finished frame (a king mattress is heavy). The only hardware are two long bolts with nuts and 12 short bolts with no nuts. They give you the Allen wrench and nut wrench you need so no other tools are required. Everything was easy to attach. Lastly you snap the metal slats into their holders. Four slats have red dots that match red dots on the center of the bed. Those slots have small tongues on the end that snap into small openings on the slat holders. Slats and lip: There are 9 rectangular extruded metal slats on each side of the bed. Each slat is ½ inch wide on top and they are 8 inches apart (from the center of one slat to the center of the next). The top of the slats are ½ inch below the top of the frame. This provides a lip to hold your mattress or box spring in place and it fit our king memory foam mattress very snugly so that the mattress will NOT move. Mattress/box spring: You do not need a box spring though you can use one. The frame is 18 inches high so a box spring and mattress will be a very high bed. With our 13 inch memory foam mattress and no box spring the top of the mattress is almost 32 inches off of the floor. If you have a traditional mattress even without a box spring you can lay it right on the slats. If you have a memory foam mattress without a box spring you are supposed to put something in between to keep the foam from squeezing through the slats. You can probably use a sheet of cardboard but anything else (particle board, peg board, thin plywood) will work. If you want to put in something like that be aware the inside dimensions of that lip I mentioned are 75.5” x 79.5” so you need something slightly smaller than that. Then cut it in half to fit it in your truck or SUV for transport. My wife and I have opted NOT to put anything between our memory foam and the slats. Reading the question answers about 1/3 of memory foam owners did as we did and about 2/3 bought something to go in between. The 1/3 reported little or no problem with the memory foam leaking between the slats and so far on day one we predict very little problem. Hardwood floors: We have nice hardwood floors. All parts of the frame that touch the floor have built in plastic caps to protect your floor but my wife did not trust that so she bought small rubber squares to put under the feet. There are 9 feet in the king bed version so you will need 9 square rubber pads that are 2” x 2”. Appearance: If you do not put anything under the bed, you can go without a dust ruffle. The metal looks artistic. It is black metal with square corners (nothing is rounded). If you are going to store things under the bed, you will want to hide the frame. A traditional dust ruffle will be too short since the frame is 18 inches high. When answering one of the questions a woman said she had made fabric panels and attached them to the frame with stick on Velcro. That is what we plan to do. Quality: Once assembled is was extremely quiet. I weigh 275 pounds and the bed did not move or squeak at all when I was laying on it rolling around. If I got on all fours and shook back and forth there was an extremely minor squeak but nothing like our old bed. Most of the question answerers and reviewers said there is NO squeak even with heavy people doing the horizontal mambo. UPDATE: There is an EXTREMELY quiet squeak during the bed shaking for certain activities. I doubt anyone would hear it if they were 40 feet away. Slight disappointment but it doesn't change my rating since almost any bed would have more of a squeak than this.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;With this review you won't have to read 17 pages of answers to questions;;Dimi;;;We received the bed a few days ago and thought it seemed pretty well made. Fast forward less than a week and the bed already is broken! For some perspective, my sleep partner is 6’2”, 205 lbs and I’m 5’8”, 135 lbs. The bed has only had very light use so far, no hanky panky even LOL! Not one but BOTH of the welds literally came apart! It’s clearly a tack weld and there’s no reinforced weld at the seams. So disappointing as I was really looking forward to having more storage. Obviously this piece of junk is going back and I caution ANYONE before buying one of these.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Absolute junk! Broke within days;;MC;;;I was so excited for this bed. The package is compact and can be moved alone. The height makes for lots of underbed storage. The reviews fairly stated that this can be assembled alone. Unless, of course, yours has this manufacturers defect that prevents the support beam from fitting into place. This tiny little glob of metal (in the photo) means one of the support beams won't snap in. This being the last step, be prepared for the heartbreak when you realize you have a 90%assembled bed taking up your bedroom, and no place for your mattress. After attempting to chisel it and force it with a hammer, I attempted to contact the manufacturer directly, with no response. Defects will happen with the way this bed is made, but I can't express how angry I am to have a useless hunk of metal taking up my entire bedroom and hours of my time and frustration. Also, if you ever think you're going to be able to take this back apart to move it, don't. In my attempt to get this to be functional I discovered that the plastic bits that hold the slats in place pop off when you try to take the slats back out. I doubt it it were assembled for any length of time you would not be able to take it back apart.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Defect prevented assembly;;Amazon Customer;;;Just received this today putbit together by myself in 30 minutes! Looks awesome my dogs can fetch their own toys under the bed now!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy to put together!;;k9luver;;;Barely had it a month and this is what I'm dealing with. Popped the brackets in place but they are plastic ends so they are breaking off. Wife fell in the middle of the night while sleeping. Very upset with this buy. Would never purchase again.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Barely had it a month and this is what I'm ...;;Amazon Customer;;;Best bed ever!!!! Took 15 minutes to put together, threw some pegboard on top and attached with zip ties, then put a Resort Sleep cooling memory foam mattress on top. Best sleep I've gotten in 3 years or more. Even the 90 lb. dog jumping on the bed didn't disrupt me. The frame is super sturdy, no noise at all, and tons of storage!!!!! Best money I've ever spent!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fantastic sturdy frame!;;Libby Smith;;;This is a great product for the price!! My fiancé had it put together before I got home from work. He said it was simple. Very nice looking it's so convenient not having to use a box spring. You can hump on the bed and it makes no squeaky sounds!! We love it. Very satisfied.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great bed frame absolutely no complaints!!;;Amazon Customer;;;I love it so far. It was supre easy to assemble. I did it myself in about 15 mins. Only needed the two small "tools" included. Seems very sturdy and is very comfortable. I have the full size and had no problems lifting the boxed item. I looked at a lot of beds to fit my budget and I am extremely happy with my choice!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect bed for my needs and budget!;;countrygrl

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dimi - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2017
With this review you won't have to read 17 pages of answers to questions
When investigating this on Amazon I read through 17 pages of questions. All 17 pages were just people continually asking the same 10 questions so I will try to answer them here so you don’t need to spend an hour reading questions and answers. We bought the king bed version and are using it with a 13” memory foam mattress from Costco. This is a day one review so I will update in one month. Shipping: Weighs 59 pounds. Cardboard box is 42” x 21” x 6”. Was well packed for shipping. When ordering they were vague on when it would arrive. We ordered it on Thursday, they shipped it via UPS on Monday and it arrived on Wednesday (a day earlier than the shipping confirmation said). Assembly: The instructions are in pictograph form on one sheet of paper and are easy to understand. They are written in English but you don’t really need the words. There are six long extruded metal pieces that make up the perimeter of the bed with an eighth one that goes down the middle. The three long pieces fold open with legs. The four pieces that make up the top and bottom just bolt together with no moving parts. The instructions are simple. Just lay all the pieces out than start attaching them. The only bad part of the instructions is they named pieces “A” and “A1” (for top of bed) and “B” and “B1” (for bottom) but then the instructions say “A1*1” and “A*1” to indicate there is one of each so just read carefully. Pieces are not labeled on the metal but if you look closely at the diagram you will see the A pieces have slots to attach a headboard and the B do not. It took my wife and I less than 15 minutes to fully assemble and she could have done it herself. None of the individual pieces are heavy. By far the hardest part was lifting the mattress up onto the finished frame (a king mattress is heavy). The only hardware are two long bolts with nuts and 12 short bolts with no nuts. They give you the Allen wrench and nut wrench you need so no other tools are required. Everything was easy to attach. Lastly you snap the metal slats into their holders. Four slats have red dots that match red dots on the center of the bed. Those slots have small tongues on the end that snap into small openings on the slat holders. Slats and lip: There are 9 rectangular extruded metal slats on each side of the bed. Each slat is ½ inch wide on top and they are 8 inches apart (from the center of one slat to the center of the next). The top of the slats are ½ inch below the top of the frame. This provides a lip to hold your mattress or box spring in place and it fit our king memory foam mattress very snugly so that the mattress will NOT move. Mattress/box spring: You do not need a box spring though you can use one. The frame is 18 inches high so a box spring and mattress will be a very high bed. With our 13 inch memory foam mattress and no box spring the top of the mattress is almost 32 inches off of the floor. If you have a traditional mattress even without a box spring you can lay it right on the slats. If you have a memory foam mattress without a box spring you are supposed to put something in between to keep the foam from squeezing through the slats. You can probably use a sheet of cardboard but anything else (particle board, peg board, thin plywood) will work. If you want to put in something like that be aware the inside dimensions of that lip I mentioned are 75.5” x 79.5” so you need something slightly smaller than that. Then cut it in half to fit it in your truck or SUV for transport. My wife and I have opted NOT to put anything between our memory foam and the slats. Reading the question answers about 1/3 of memory foam owners did as we did and about 2/3 bought something to go in between. The 1/3 reported little or no problem with the memory foam leaking between the slats and so far on day one we predict very little problem. Hardwood floors: We have nice hardwood floors. All parts of the frame that touch the floor have built in plastic caps to protect your floor but my wife did not trust that so she bought small rubber squares to put under the feet. There are 9 feet in the king bed version so you will need 9 square rubber pads that are 2” x 2”. Appearance: If you do not put anything under the bed, you can go without a dust ruffle. The metal looks artistic. It is black metal with square corners (nothing is rounded). If you are going to store things under the bed, you will want to hide the frame. A traditional dust ruffle will be too short since the frame is 18 inches high. When answering one of the questions a woman said she had made fabric panels and attached them to the frame with stick on Velcro. That is what we plan to do. Quality: Once assembled is was extremely quiet. I weigh 275 pounds and the bed did not move or squeak at all when I was laying on it rolling around. If I got on all fours and shook back and forth there was an extremely minor squeak but nothing like our old bed. Most of the question answerers and reviewers said there is NO squeak even with heavy people doing the horizontal mambo. UPDATE: There is an EXTREMELY quiet squeak during the bed shaking for certain activities. I doubt anyone would hear it if they were 40 feet away. Slight disappointment but it doesn't change my rating since almost any bed would have more of a squeak than this.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By MC - Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017
Absolute junk! Broke within days
We received the bed a few days ago and thought it seemed pretty well made. Fast forward less than a week and the bed already is broken! For some perspective, my sleep partner is 6’2”, 205 lbs and I’m 5’8”, 135 lbs. The bed has only had very light use so far, no hanky panky even LOL! Not one but BOTH of the welds literally came apart! It’s clearly a tack weld and there’s no reinforced weld at the seams. So disappointing as I was really looking forward to having more storage. Obviously this piece of junk is going back and I caution ANYONE before buying one of these.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017
Defect prevented assembly
I was so excited for this bed. The package is compact and can be moved alone. The height makes for lots of underbed storage. The reviews fairly stated that this can be assembled alone. Unless, of course, yours has this manufacturers defect that prevents the support beam from fitting into place. This tiny little glob of metal (in the photo) means one of the support beams won't snap in. This being the last step, be prepared for the heartbreak when you realize you have a 90%assembled bed taking up your bedroom, and no place for your mattress. After attempting to chisel it and force it with a hammer, I attempted to contact the manufacturer directly, with no response. Defects will happen with the way this bed is made, but I can't express how angry I am to have a useless hunk of metal taking up my entire bedroom and hours of my time and frustration. Also, if you ever think you're going to be able to take this back apart to move it, don't. In my attempt to get this to be functional I discovered that the plastic bits that hold the slats in place pop off when you try to take the slats back out. I doubt it it were assembled for any length of time you would not be able to take it back apart.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By k9luver - Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016
Easy to put together!
Just received this today putbit together by myself in 30 minutes! Looks awesome my dogs can fetch their own toys under the bed now!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2017
Barely had it a month and this is what I'm ...
Barely had it a month and this is what I'm dealing with. Popped the brackets in place but they are plastic ends so they are breaking off. Wife fell in the middle of the night while sleeping. Very upset with this buy. Would never purchase again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Libby Smith - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2017
Fantastic sturdy frame!
Best bed ever!!!! Took 15 minutes to put together, threw some pegboard on top and attached with zip ties, then put a Resort Sleep cooling memory foam mattress on top. Best sleep I've gotten in 3 years or more. Even the 90 lb. dog jumping on the bed didn't disrupt me. The frame is super sturdy, no noise at all, and tons of storage!!!!! Best money I've ever spent!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017
Great bed frame absolutely no complaints!!
This is a great product for the price!! My fiancé had it put together before I got home from work. He said it was simple. Very nice looking it's so convenient not having to use a box spring. You can hump on the bed and it makes no squeaky sounds!! We love it. Very satisfied.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By countrygrl - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017
Perfect bed for my needs and budget!
I love it so far. It was supre easy to assemble. I did it myself in about 15 mins. Only needed the two small "tools" included. Seems very sturdy and is very comfortable. I have the full size and had no problems lifting the boxed item. I looked at a lot of beds to fit my budget and I am extremely happy with my choice!

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dimi - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2017
With this review you won't have to read 17 pages of answers to questions
When investigating this on Amazon I read through 17 pages of questions. All 17 pages were just people continually asking the same 10 questions so I will try to answer them here so you don’t need to spend an hour reading questions and answers. We bought the king bed version and are using it with a 13” memory foam mattress from Costco. This is a day one review so I will update in one month. Shipping: Weighs 59 pounds. Cardboard box is 42” x 21” x 6”. Was well packed for shipping. When ordering they were vague on when it would arrive. We ordered it on Thursday, they shipped it via UPS on Monday and it arrived on Wednesday (a day earlier than the shipping confirmation said). Assembly: The instructions are in pictograph form on one sheet of paper and are easy to understand. They are written in English but you don’t really need the words. There are six long extruded metal pieces that make up the perimeter of the bed with an eighth one that goes down the middle. The three long pieces fold open with legs. The four pieces that make up the top and bottom just bolt together with no moving parts. The instructions are simple. Just lay all the pieces out than start attaching them. The only bad part of the instructions is they named pieces “A” and “A1” (for top of bed) and “B” and “B1” (for bottom) but then the instructions say “A1*1” and “A*1” to indicate there is one of each so just read carefully. Pieces are not labeled on the metal but if you look closely at the diagram you will see the A pieces have slots to attach a headboard and the B do not. It took my wife and I less than 15 minutes to fully assemble and she could have done it herself. None of the individual pieces are heavy. By far the hardest part was lifting the mattress up onto the finished frame (a king mattress is heavy). The only hardware are two long bolts with nuts and 12 short bolts with no nuts. They give you the Allen wrench and nut wrench you need so no other tools are required. Everything was easy to attach. Lastly you snap the metal slats into their holders. Four slats have red dots that match red dots on the center of the bed. Those slots have small tongues on the end that snap into small openings on the slat holders. Slats and lip: There are 9 rectangular extruded metal slats on each side of the bed. Each slat is ½ inch wide on top and they are 8 inches apart (from the center of one slat to the center of the next). The top of the slats are ½ inch below the top of the frame. This provides a lip to hold your mattress or box spring in place and it fit our king memory foam mattress very snugly so that the mattress will NOT move. Mattress/box spring: You do not need a box spring though you can use one. The frame is 18 inches high so a box spring and mattress will be a very high bed. With our 13 inch memory foam mattress and no box spring the top of the mattress is almost 32 inches off of the floor. If you have a traditional mattress even without a box spring you can lay it right on the slats. If you have a memory foam mattress without a box spring you are supposed to put something in between to keep the foam from squeezing through the slats. You can probably use a sheet of cardboard but anything else (particle board, peg board, thin plywood) will work. If you want to put in something like that be aware the inside dimensions of that lip I mentioned are 75.5” x 79.5” so you need something slightly smaller than that. Then cut it in half to fit it in your truck or SUV for transport. My wife and I have opted NOT to put anything between our memory foam and the slats. Reading the question answers about 1/3 of memory foam owners did as we did and about 2/3 bought something to go in between. The 1/3 reported little or no problem with the memory foam leaking between the slats and so far on day one we predict very little problem. Hardwood floors: We have nice hardwood floors. All parts of the frame that touch the floor have built in plastic caps to protect your floor but my wife did not trust that so she bought small rubber squares to put under the feet. There are 9 feet in the king bed version so you will need 9 square rubber pads that are 2” x 2”. Appearance: If you do not put anything under the bed, you can go without a dust ruffle. The metal looks artistic. It is black metal with square corners (nothing is rounded). If you are going to store things under the bed, you will want to hide the frame. A traditional dust ruffle will be too short since the frame is 18 inches high. When answering one of the questions a woman said she had made fabric panels and attached them to the frame with stick on Velcro. That is what we plan to do. Quality: Once assembled is was extremely quiet. I weigh 275 pounds and the bed did not move or squeak at all when I was laying on it rolling around. If I got on all fours and shook back and forth there was an extremely minor squeak but nothing like our old bed. Most of the question answerers and reviewers said there is NO squeak even with heavy people doing the horizontal mambo. UPDATE: There is an EXTREMELY quiet squeak during the bed shaking for certain activities. I doubt anyone would hear it if they were 40 feet away. Slight disappointment but it doesn't change my rating since almost any bed would have more of a squeak than this.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By MC - Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017
Absolute junk! Broke within days
We received the bed a few days ago and thought it seemed pretty well made. Fast forward less than a week and the bed already is broken! For some perspective, my sleep partner is 6’2”, 205 lbs and I’m 5’8”, 135 lbs. The bed has only had very light use so far, no hanky panky even LOL! Not one but BOTH of the welds literally came apart! It’s clearly a tack weld and there’s no reinforced weld at the seams. So disappointing as I was really looking forward to having more storage. Obviously this piece of junk is going back and I caution ANYONE before buying one of these.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017
Defect prevented assembly
I was so excited for this bed. The package is compact and can be moved alone. The height makes for lots of underbed storage. The reviews fairly stated that this can be assembled alone. Unless, of course, yours has this manufacturers defect that prevents the support beam from fitting into place. This tiny little glob of metal (in the photo) means one of the support beams won't snap in. This being the last step, be prepared for the heartbreak when you realize you have a 90%assembled bed taking up your bedroom, and no place for your mattress. After attempting to chisel it and force it with a hammer, I attempted to contact the manufacturer directly, with no response. Defects will happen with the way this bed is made, but I can't express how angry I am to have a useless hunk of metal taking up my entire bedroom and hours of my time and frustration. Also, if you ever think you're going to be able to take this back apart to move it, don't. In my attempt to get this to be functional I discovered that the plastic bits that hold the slats in place pop off when you try to take the slats back out. I doubt it it were assembled for any length of time you would not be able to take it back apart.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By k9luver - Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016
Easy to put together!
Just received this today putbit together by myself in 30 minutes! Looks awesome my dogs can fetch their own toys under the bed now!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2017
Barely had it a month and this is what I'm ...
Barely had it a month and this is what I'm dealing with. Popped the brackets in place but they are plastic ends so they are breaking off. Wife fell in the middle of the night while sleeping. Very upset with this buy. Would never purchase again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Libby Smith - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2017
Fantastic sturdy frame!
Best bed ever!!!! Took 15 minutes to put together, threw some pegboard on top and attached with zip ties, then put a Resort Sleep cooling memory foam mattress on top. Best sleep I've gotten in 3 years or more. Even the 90 lb. dog jumping on the bed didn't disrupt me. The frame is super sturdy, no noise at all, and tons of storage!!!!! Best money I've ever spent!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017
Great bed frame absolutely no complaints!!
This is a great product for the price!! My fiancé had it put together before I got home from work. He said it was simple. Very nice looking it's so convenient not having to use a box spring. You can hump on the bed and it makes no squeaky sounds!! We love it. Very satisfied.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By countrygrl - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017
Perfect bed for my needs and budget!
I love it so far. It was supre easy to assemble. I did it myself in about 15 mins. Only needed the two small "tools" included. Seems very sturdy and is very comfortable. I have the full size and had no problems lifting the boxed item. I looked at a lot of beds to fit my budget and I am extremely happy with my choice!