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Reddit mentions of Best Price Mattress New Innovated Box Spring Metal Bed Frame, Queen [Misc.]

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Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Best Price Mattress New Innovated Box Spring Metal Bed Frame, Queen [Misc.]. Here are the top ones.

Best Price Mattress New Innovated Box Spring Metal Bed Frame, Queen [Misc.]
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  • Completed mattress support system Replace old frame & box spring
  • Easy to assemble in minutes no tool required
  • Super strong 100 percent steel construction
  • 14 inches High Storage space
  • Queen size 60 inches x 80 inches x 14 inches
Height14 Inches
Length79.9 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateDecember 2020
Weight37 Pounds
Width60 Inches

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Found 6 comments on Best Price Mattress New Innovated Box Spring Metal Bed Frame, Queen [Misc.]:

u/Xef · 4 pointsr/Portland

Check out Mattress Lot. They have some good deals, they're local, and will deliver on a bike. They'll even give you a discount if you ride a bike or take public transit there. http://www.mattresslot.com/mattress_lot/Welcome.html

And I use this which does the job pretty well. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HCZ0YGG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s03?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/bigbear10000 · 1 pointr/Columbus

In terms of affordability it really is hard to go wrong with online. There are several great options to purchase inexpensive, but super high quality mattresses online.

I just bought a mattress online myself, ended up going with the Leesa. But here are all of the choices I looked at:

Leesa - $890 for queen, neutral firmness, uses Avena foam (similar, but better than latex), has memory foam middle layer, cool design, great price (really cool company too, they give back lots of the community)

Casper - $840 for queen, supposed to be a bit softer then the Leesa, uses latex and memory foam

Tuft & Needle - $600 for queen, one of the cheapest options I found, but also seems to be firmer. If you like firmer could be a good fit.

Yogabed - $899 for queen, similar to the Leesa in may ways, has some cool extras, a few unknowns in terms of the foams they use though

Saatva - $899 for queen, the one online innerspring mattress I found, great option if you really want innerspring. Has a euro-style pillow top, not sure how that would feel though.

Nature's Sleep - ranging prices $800-$1300 for a queen, a more traditional retailer, but had some interesting stuff, especially if you're looking 100% memory foam

For your frame there are a few different options. My wife and I had a platform bed already, so that's what we are using. It was around $600.

IKEA is always an option for cheap with a pretty good number of options. Also, there is this metal box spring / frame option available on Amazon. Hard to beat the price on that.

u/genivae · 1 pointr/breakingmom

This is the one we finally bought to get out mattress off the floor. Our box spring broke a while ago, so this was the perfect option, plus extra storage! (You know, once we saved up the money)

u/byproxxy · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Look into the Tuft & Needle mattresses. They're CRAZY comfortable and super affordable. My husband did a ton of research and used Consumer Reports and this is one of the highest rated mattresses they tested. We got ours right around when I got my BFP and I love it to pieces. The cool thing is they vacuum seal it in plastic and ship it to your house for free (in the US at least), so you don't have to worry about delivery or anything. And you don't need to use a box spring with it, so you can get a tall bed frame and have all this storage underneath. I seriously can't recommend this mattress enough.