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Nov 23, 2011
Where I live, I would imagine labor rate to fabricate such thing would be easily north of $200/hr.

I do not debate that it's not a complicated object to manufacture at all. But ANYTHING that is CND'd is going to cost a lot of money here. It may even cost more to be done manually.

the tray is also 7lbs of steel.

Show me a "decent" night stand for $150 that's not from Ikea/wayfair:coolugh:

Very high quality with lots of heft built into the frame. I also like that there are accessory that you can by that matches the bed frame PERFECTLY.

We've had it for over a year now, and it has been serving us well. My previous bedframe had poor quality slats that would eventually sag causing me to wake up with a bad back. I blamed the Tuft and Needle mattress and ended up replacing it under warranty, twice. I gave up and bought a latex mattress which weights about 180lbs. The sagging mattress came back and I finally decided to change the bed frame with the Thuma and things have been great ever since.
just get some thick plywood and put it across the slats


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Jun 30, 2008
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Kind of want. Where from? Brand model?

I had a pair for a couple years, loved them
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