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Edgar 4 Inch Low Profile Wood Box Spring/Mattress Foundation, King

  • Add a bit of understated modern flair to your bedroom decor
  • Patented easy-to-assemble technology; required tools included
  • Sturdy wood construction for durability and long lasting use
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
79.5
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
75.5

Details

Color
Beige
Furniture Features
No Additional Features
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
48.77 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Size
King
Total Weight Capacity (lb.)
600

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Worry-free 5-year limited warranty

Product Overview

The 4 in. Profile Wood Box Spring by Zinus is an innovative mattress foundation designed for strong mattress support and ease of use. Traditional box springs are hard to maneuver through your home, especially up stairs and through doorways, but the wood box spring is shipped in manageable pieces for easy assembly in minutes. Worry-free 5-year limited warranty.
  • Strong and sturdy wooden mattress support
  • Available in twin, full, queen, king
  • For all mattress types
  • Easy assembly in minutes
  • 4 in. height
  • Worry-free 5-year limited warranty
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Questions & Answers

11Questions16Answers

Is this to be used in lieu of slats? I have a very old full size bed and am looking for new slat...

Asked by JC November 19, 2020
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I bought the Twin size and there is no center support whatsoever, only edging. And the included slats are thin n useless. I had to modify by adding thick wood in the entire center— otherwise it’d ruin my matttress.

how far apart are the slats on the queen foundation? Is there a center support for the slats ??

Asked by 246gramps November 18, 2019
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Answer

Hello, The slats are 3" inches apart. Yes, the slats have a center support.

Can two twin box springs be used for a split king bed frame? Bed frame has a divider down the mid...

Asked by Split October 23, 2019
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Answer

Yes, Two twin box springs can be used with your existing frame.

It says the width for the full size is 35.5 inches. However a full sized bed is 54 inches? How do...

Asked by john September 29, 2019
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You must have a single frame. Maybe it can be expanded to accommodate a full size (54X75).

CAN YOU USE TWO TWINS FOR A KING BED

Asked by HEIDI July 4, 2019
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Two twin box springs will measure out to be 76''W x 74''L; therefore, they will be too short in length for a king size bed frame.

Is it possible to use the twin size for a twin xl mattress and frame (ie mattress hangs over 3" t...

Asked by dgil May 27, 2019
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Answer

We do not recommend using a Twin bed frame for a Twin XL Mattress, due to the mattress dimensions hanging over the bed frame. This could cause damage to the mattress.

Is the metal frame that keeps it off the floor included, like in the pictures?

Asked by Joma April 20, 2019
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No metal, wood. You would have to purchase a frame to set it in otherwise it will be on the floor. Does not come with the frame.

How do you put the box spring together

Asked by Carlitos December 30, 2018
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It's quite easy to do. You hook the long sides and the shorter top and bottom sides together with the provided hardware. The slates are already secured together with fabric straps so you just roll the slates out on the newly assembled frame. I like that the slates are provided (for a QN) in two sets rather than a large single roll that would have been difficult to manage. The hardest part is getting the cover on over the fondation once complete, but it's worth the effort because it fits snuggly and looks sharp.

what is the packaged product size?

Asked by Lulu October 23, 2018
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Answers

I don't recall the specific sizes, but it was easy to get up a flight of steps by myself. I was unable to fit a full size box spring up my stairs but in packaged state it worked just fine. I hope this helps!

how far apart are the wooden slates?

Asked by CB December 27, 2017
1
Answer

The distance between wooden slats is approximately 3".

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Customer Reviews

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Suited our needs perfectly!...
Suited our needs perfectly!
by MARTHA
One star is for the perimeter of it which...
One star is for the perimeter of it which is very sturdy. The center is completely hollow with no crossbar support. That expensive mattress you just bought will sink in the middle because the paper thin slats are useless. I had to modify the center with thick wood.
by AuntShuShu
the best wood box spring...
the best wood box spring
by BARBARA
I didn't read full enough to realize you had to...
I didn't read full enough to realize you had to assemble this, but with that said it took less than 10 minutes to put together! Easy enough!
by Carrie
Excellent support with no bounce. Perfect height for my bed. Very easy to assemble.
Excellent support with no bounce. Perfect height for my bed. Very easy to assemble.
by rmcar
Does what was purchased fot...
Does what was purchased fot
by HomeDepotCustomer
Great product very comfortable...
Great product very comfortable
by jonhgym
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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The box springs arrived earlier than expected and were very...
The box springs arrived earlier than expected and were very easy to put together.
by Windy
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