Best Deal Walker Edison Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed, Black

Walker Edison Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed, Black – Best Price

Walker Edison Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed, Black

Great bed, but directions need clarification

This bunk bed is nice and sturdy. We wanted a slim metal bunk bed for our two sons, ages 5 and 8.5, and this fit the bill. We received it fairly quickly.

The pieces are neatly marked and assembly wasn’t too difficult. Assembly took approximately two hours, if we don’t count the hour we had to spend fixing where we messed up. The instructions do no indicate that the side where you will be attaching the ladder needs to be facing a certain direction or it won’t work.

This wouldn’t have been a hug

Product Features for Walker Edison Twin-Over-Twin Bunk Bed, Black

  • Modern twin-over-twin bunk bed converts to two single beds
  • Tubular steel framing with lead-free powder-coated finish; available in black or white
  • Clean geometric design with integrated ladder and full-length guardrails
  • Assembly required with included tools; on-line support and toll-free help number provide extra assistance
  • Maximum recommended mattress thickness is 9 inches (mattress not included)

ASSEMBLER BEWARE!!!!!

We’ve had the bed for about a month now and the kids love it. It’s sturdier than I’d expected and there is plenty of room between bunks. HOWEVER, the assembly instructions for the bed are missing some VITAL information.

One of the cross bars that make up the long side of the top bunk (cross bar H for those who may actually purchase and assemble) has five large holes on one side, and five large holes and two small holes on the other. In Step 3 of the instructions, you are instructed to connect t

Sturdy, affordable and tall enough you can sit on the bottom

Overall, I was pleased with this bed. Putting it together went really well–except for popping in the little plastic locks(my fingers will never be the same), and the part when I went to screw in the ladder, and realized one of the holes was only drilled on one side of the rail. Luckily I own a drill, and a ridiculous number of drill bits to go with it–so rather than taking out all those hellish little plastic pieces(which wouldn’t have been there if I’d waited and done it in step 7 instead of

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