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Zinus metal bed frames are made of very thin metal tubing. Weighing 135lb, just getting in and out of bed slowly causes the main beams to bend to the point where the legs move along the floor. Created gashes in my hardwood floor as a result. Very poorly made product. Ended "upgrading" to sleeping with the mattress on the floor while waiting for a different frame to ship.
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I usually avoid bed platforms with metal slats because if you are a bit on the heavy side and prefer to sleep in the same location, you will end up deforming the slats.
Depends on the quality and I have not used this product. But I'd stick with wooden slats.
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I have this... It's alright... Not that great.
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I have this... It's alright... Not that great.
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I usually avoid bed platforms with metal slats because if you are a bit on the heavy side and prefer to sleep in the same location, you will end up deforming the slats.
Depends on the quality and I have not used this product. But I'd stick with wooden slats.
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I have this... It's alright... Not that great.
Mine broke and they wouldn't honor the warranty
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Looks interesting. But If it creeks and squeaks every time I get in and out of bed like my cheap metal futon then that would be a little annoying.
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Zinus metal bed frames are made of very thin metal tubing. Weighing 135lb, just getting in and out of bed slowly causes the main beams to bend to the point where the legs move along the floor. Created gashes in my hardwood floor as a result. Very poorly made product. Ended "upgrading" to sleeping with the mattress on the floor while waiting for a different frame to ship.
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Looks interesting. But If it creeks and squeaks every time I get in and out of bed like my cheap metal futon then that would be a little annoying.
Used to use one until we inherited a fancy bed frame. I wouldn't say creak, but the bars are hollow metal, so if you hit it the wrong way, it can be pretty loud, especially the head frame. It's very sturdy though, that was a big deal to me. Held my 6'7" 300lb body.

In my experience, Zinus makes good budget bed parts.
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Zinus metal bed frames are made of very thin metal tubing. Weighing 135lb, just getting in and out of bed slowly causes the main beams to bend to the point where the legs move along the floor. Created gashes in my hardwood floor as a result. Very poorly made product. Ended "upgrading" to sleeping with the mattress on the floor while waiting for a different frame to ship.
Are you talking about the support legs in the center of the frame? Is your floor uneven?
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I usually avoid bed platforms with metal slats because if you are a bit on the heavy side and prefer to sleep in the same location, you will end up deforming the slats.
Depends on the quality and I have not used this product. But I'd stick with wooden slats.
Put plywood down 🤔🤷 ♀️ maybe
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Are you talking about the support legs in the center of the frame? Is your floor uneven?
This is with plywood over the top to spread the load. It's the long beams along the edge. They are very thin so even the slightest amount of weight causes them to deform.
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Zinus metal bed frames are made of very thin metal tubing. Weighing 135lb, just getting in and out of bed slowly causes the main beams to bend to the point where the legs move along the floor. Created gashes in my hardwood floor as a result. Very poorly made product. Ended "upgrading" to sleeping with the mattress on the floor while waiting for a different frame to ship.
It looks like the Geraldine is the cheap model with thin metal. The Shawn has thicker metal tubes.
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If this is bad, then what do you all recommend for a good bed frame? Thanks
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I like the overall look and the price is good.

Not really a fan of the headboard design, which lets pillows and phones fall through too easily.

Wish someone would make a reasonably priced frame which allows under-bed storage, and also has plenty of options for mounting stand-alone headboards.
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Im 170 lbs 5 8 and this works well. I bought it for 90 queen size last tjme
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