Put together on my own in less than 2hours with 2 toddlers and a newborn to take care of.
Arrives by Tue, Dec 17
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
DHP Twin Over Twin Metal Bunk Bed, Silver:
“⚠ This product can expose you to some chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause For more information, go to.” www.p65warnings.ca.gov
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Weight|
Box spring not required, Front ladder attaches to bed for safety, Accommodates 2 twin mattresses
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
78.30 x 63.10 x 41.70 Inches
The bunk beds came today...If you are wary of buying, don't be. It is a quality bed. It does not break into two beds. I don't have space for that so I went with this model. It took me 3hrs to put together by myself. I think that could be cut in half with help. It is very sturdy. Put it together in the room you plan on leaving it in. It weighs at least 90lbs. The silver paint is nice. I can sit on the bottom comfortably. I'm 5'2". The bed standing up is about my height also. No mattresses yet, but they should arrive soon. I purchased them on here separately. My girls are 12 and 8. It seems to hold up to them climbing on it.
My boys are teens and rough on everything. We had wooden bunk-beds but became concerned with stability. We searched and searched for used metal bunk beds for months in the paper and on internet sites. I happened to be on Walmart.com and just by chance noticed they had exactly what we were looking for at a price a lot less than we had expected. We purchased on the spot got a text and picked up at store a day before they were supposed to be in! Directions said 2 hours for assembly which I believe is only because of the shear tediousness of all the screws and little items, (which would be any bed) it took us under the time. The bunk beds are beautiful sharp looking beds, the silver literally looks good with anything, even the constant unmade bed! The top is sturdy and safe and easy to get up and down. I am thoroughly impressed with our purchase! Who would have thought Walmart!
I ordered this bunked for my grand babies, it was suppose to get delivered within 2 weeks. I took 1 week for the shipping company to accept that the 93 lbs box was lost (somehow) so it took another 2 weeks to reship it.The bed itself was easy to assemble and good quality for the price. The ladder is hard on the feet but that's expected. The top bunk has a small bedrail but the bottom bed does not, so I added a bed rail on both top and bottom.
Little hard for one person to put together by herself but good product make sure you follow the letters exact though had to take a part a few times instructions could be a little better but threw and threw I managed to do it took almost all day a little squeaky but strong even held my 260lb so good for the price
Overall it was a good product. I was upgradeing from the twin bed that I already had. I bought another mattress and was unaware the top and bottom was two different sizes. It worked out O.K. I was able to use the old mattress on the top and the new one that is alittle wider on the bottom. Make sure you know that the top and bottom or two different sizes and you will be o.k
We purchased this bunk bed online through Walmart and had shipped to our home. Shipping was faster than expected. Pros: The bed was packaged very well in a sturdy box with all of the parts labeled, individually wrapped in plastic and well protected from being scratched. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and all of the fasteners were packaged in one container and clearly identified. The only tool required per the instructions is a Phillips screwdriver. I started assembly of the bunk bed with the help on my wife and 2 boys, everything went smoothly, the parts fit together well and the pictures in the instructions were large and clear making it easy to figure out the correct orientation of the parts. Cons: When we got to the step in the instructions to attach the rails that will support the slats, connect the ends together and provide an attach point for the top side rail and ladder, that part was missing. This particular rail is different in that it has mounting points for the ladder and upper side rail. What we had was 3 of the bottom rails instead of 2 bottom rails and the one upper ladder side rail. So what I ended up doing was drilling the missing holes in the rail to mount the upper safety rail and ladder. The good thing about drilling the holes myself was that due to the layout of the boy's room we decided to put the ladder at the foot end of the bed instead of the side. Having to drill the missing holes was really not a big deal, however, if someone without a drill or the ability to modify this standard rail ran into this problem they would either have to do without the ladder and upper safety rail or postpone assembly until they received the replacement part. …and who knows how long that would take. Assembly Suggestions: Once assembled this bed is a little shaky. This little bit of movement overtime would certainly result in the fasteners becoming loose. What I did was assemble the bed with the fasteners just snug, then once completely assembled I measured the diagonals to square up the whole thing then tightened each fastener. In order to combat the inevitable loosening of the fasteners, I then removed one fastener at a time, applied Loctite thread locker to it, and then re-installed the fastener and once again tightened it down. I did this procedure to each fastener in the bed. I also fashioned straps to secure the bed to the wall at the head and toe. Time will tell how this bed holds up to our two boys, but I feel that taking the extra precautions to avoid excessive movement and subsequent loosening of the fasteners should dramatically extend the life of this reasonably priced bunk bed.
I did site-to-store shipping with this bed and made the mistake of not opening the box until I got it home, where I saw that 3 of the 4 main posts of the bed were bent so severely that there was no way of using them. Those 3 posts are made of some sturdy metal and it took some doing to bend them in that way. That was especially odd to me, since the box they came in was not damaged at all. There were many smaller, thinner pieces in the box, none of which were damaged. The 3 pieces were damaged BEFORE being placed in the box. I called the company to order spare parts and was told that it would take 10-14 days to receive them. After 2 weeks had passed, I called again to check on the status and was told that those particular parts were out of stock and they could not give me any sort of time frame as to when I would receive them. I finally decided to return the bed to Walmart and they took it back, even though I had thrown the outer box away. I believe this would have been a nice bed had it not been damaged in the factory and thrown into the box to be shipped out anyway. I would order another one but it's a gamble whether or not I will receive a useable product.
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