What’s important to look for in PragmaBed Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame?
The Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame provides effortless adjustment of head and foot sections to full range of positions. Capped feet prevent damage to hard floors. Powder-coated steel frame with stylish gray finish. Twin TwinXL supports 1600lbs. distributed weight. Full Queen King California King supports 3200lbs. distributed weight. Queen Dimensions 80 x 60 x 14 Folded Dimensions 40.2 x 30.1 x 6.5 . Recessed wire supports protect your mattress. Folding design for quick setup and storage
Is this what you need when you buy PragmaBed Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame?
The Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame is your ultimate sleeping solution. The foldable bed frame in multiple sizes features an innovative design that allows for effortless adjustment of the head and foot sections to a full range of positions – all at the touch of a button. An adjustable bed can provide many health benefits, including improved circulation, relieved back pain, lower blood pressure, reduced acid reflux and restful post-surgery healing. The Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame also makes it easy to watch TV, read a book, work on a laptop or just lounge comfortably in bed. And just like all Pragma Beds, the Pragmatic Adjustable Bed Frame requires no tools for assembly, sits 14 inches off the ground and can be conveniently folded away for transportation or storage.
Customer reviewsBest bang for the buck
Having worked for over 20 years in home medical equipment I can tell you this is a very well built frame While I cannot speak to their longevity yet, the motors are extremely quiet. The unit comes mostly assembled but the motors need to be attached as well as the mattress guard at the foot end. This is very easy with just a few tools, an adjustable wrench like a Crescent and a 5 Metric Allen wrench and a short Phillips screwdriver is all you need. It is also quite simple to zip tie up the wires so there is still the ability to use the under bed area for storage as long as you make sure the motors have room to move. Be sure to raise the foot and head a bit so you can make sure to attach the wires to the frame that does NOT move. The unit is fairly heavy but the middle legs make it very stable and well supported. The foot platform does not raise as much as a standard hospital type bed or most other adjustable beds but if you just need to elevate the lower legs above heart level, it will work very well. I also like the angle and thigh support while elevated. If the motors last, this is an excellent choice for anyone needing, or just wanting, an adjustable foot and head angle. All in all, this is the best for the money I have seen