Acme Caius Twin XL/Queen Bunk Bed
This space-saving Acme Caius Twin XL/Queen bunk bed meets all your needs and expectations. Features easy access guardrails, right facing built-in ladder and a metal tube support slat system. Accommodating a XL Twin and Queen mattress, this sturdy bunk bed will last through years of play.
The Caius bunk bed is perfect for those tight on space who still need a place for everyone to sleep. Crafted from sturdy metal tubing and finished in gunmetal, this bunk bed has a Transitional style that fits in any room. It comes with KD construction, easy access guard-rails, a right facing built-in ladder and a slat system included.
Moreover, the top bed requires an XL Twin mattress (39″W x 80″L) while the bottom bed includes a supporting leg so a trundle can’t fit underneath. It even works great as a bunk bed or with two beds side by side. It accommodates a XL twin and queen size mattress, so you can ensure comfortable nights.
- Featuring sturdy metal construction in gunmetal finish
- Metal slat system (22+22) included
- RF front ladder and easy access guardrails that will keep your child safe
- Upgraded with two center legs
- Sturdy for not only children’s bedroom but also adults’ guest room
- Material: Metal
- Product Dimensions: 83″L x 63″W x 60″H
- Style: Classic Special
- Color: Gunmetal
- Included Components: Bed, Slats, Rail, Ladder
- Maximum Weight Recommendation: 250 Pounds
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Country of Origin: China
- Weight: 130 Pounds
Acme Caius Twin XL/Queen Bunk Bed Warranty
Acme warrants that its merchandise are free from manufacturing defects (workmanship and/or material) and will either give credit or replace defective parts for a period of up to one (1) year from the date of purchase in accordance with the conditions set forth below. If a manufacturing defect is found, Acme should be notified promptly of the defect and supplied a copy of the invoice and delivery ticket. Inspection by a Acme employee or representative may be necessary to verify that a manufacturing defect exists, or you may be required to submit samples to Acme along with a digital image of the defects.