Sleep Number Â® Modular Base Legs
Reviced bed and base without legs
Worst purchase ever, bed and base was received without legs. A $3500 bed and base was received without legs, additional $119, for 9 paces of short plastic, you got o be kidding. Bed was set up and has a bad chemical smell, can't sleep in it tonight.
December 4, 2013
Not Durable & Not Long-lasting
LIke the frame, the legs are brittle plastic that crumbled at the stress-points after a few years; now we find that it is $120 to replace them. Can't tell if that is the price for each or all the legs; two of ours have failed so far. Queen-sized bed, max total occupant weight less than 400 pounds, including pets. Will use plywood to reinforce frame and 2x4s to replace legs.
July 14, 2013
I purchased these legs for my new P6 bed last year. We were very happy to know that they went on our frame so easily and they are so strong! We couldn't be happier, but we would have preferred they be longer. Other than that, I am really happy with our choices!
August 18, 2012
Excellent bed legs
I bought a set of thse for my new Sleepnumber C3 queen bed, and I was surprised at the quality of construction and stoutness of these plastic bed legs, nearly as rigid as lathe turned hardwood.
Another thing I like is that there are six legs, three per side of the bed, which provides much better strength than a four poster.
The legs also came with bolts, washers, and wingnuts, requiring not so much as a screwdriver to mount.
The legs also come with rubberized self adhesive pads for the leg bottoms to prevent skid and vibration against the floor.
I really like the quality, rigidity, and ease of installation.
April 2, 2011
best bed i have ever owned
i bought it back in '97, had a bad back ached all the time, could hardly stand up straight at times! i slept in this bed and the very next day i jumped out of bed like a cat on a hot tin roof! i felt fantastic! i couldn't believe it! my friends even noticed! i would never purchase any other bed!
September 11, 2010
SC Knows what it's doing...
NO MORE METAIL BED FRAMES! horray! I HATED having to move my furniture around and having to deal with the metal frames that are bulky and seperated from the bed itself causing scrapes and bruises. Never again! The legs attach to the foundation, BRILLIANT! It's all one piece now when you move your bed and significantly lighter than any old bed frames or rails. Horray for invention!
March 13, 2009
LOVE THE LEGS
Ok i love these legs. bed frames seem to sink down on my carpet but these are great. also, I have a king and when you get the set. it comes with 12 legs 3 on each side and six down the middle for both sides of the two foundations that both cal king and easter king require so if you have a queem you only need the set of 6. and if you have the cal king then you need ONE set of 12. You'll love these legs for you sleep number bed.
September 30, 2008
Cal land ask before you order
Since I was given the option of ordering 1 - 9 sets when I was attempting to order legs for my King Sleep Number bed. I realized that I must need more than one per corner for each foundation. A King has 8 corners. When I called the 800 number at the top of this page, I found out that the King foundations need SIX legs each. A King therefore needs TWELVE. Each set includes SIX legs. So, I ordered 2 sets to get 12 legs to support the weight of the bed which is very heavy with all the mechanicals it has inside for the pumps and motors. So, an informed consumer is a happy consumer. Anytime you try to low ball the price, you will get what you pay for, so skimping on the second set is not an option. But, I do think this site should default to how many sets are required for each size bed. I have no clue if more sets are required for a Calif King. Each twin foundation needs 3 legs on each side, so you need to call to see. Who knows if the Calif King needs 4 down each side?
August 14, 2008