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Stairway Bunk Bed Twin over Twin in White with 3 Drawers Built in to the Steps and a Twin Trundle
Stairway Bunk Bed Twin over Twin in White with 3 Drawers Built in to the Steps and a Twin Trundle
Solid Wood White Finish Stairway Twin over Twin Brazilian Pine Bunk Beds with Twin Trundle - Twin Trundle provides additional twin bed - so 3 beds in all - 3 drawers built into Stairway for added storage - This bunk bed model has been tested by an independent laboratory - Finish is child-safe and lead free - All wood is fully sanded and protected with a clean smooth coating to prevent cracks and splinters - Solid Brazilian Pine - no particle board - Total Dimensions are approx 62 high x 102 wide x 42 inches deep - Bottom bunk is approx 11 inches off the floor - space between bottom bunk slats and top bunk slats (excluding the mattress) is approx 29 inches - Internal measurements of the Drawers are approx 17 3/4 wide x 15 deep x 10 inches high - Trundle dimensions are approx 10 high x 74 long x 41 inches deep - Will accomodate a mattress up to 8 1/2 inches - Set includes (4) Side Rails (1) Head Board (2) Foot Boards (36) Wood Slats (3) Drawers (3) Step Stairway access and Guard Rails on both sides for the top twin bunk and a Twin Trundle - No need for a bunkie board or a bunkie mattress as our bunk beds only require standard twin size (39 x 75 inch) mattresses - Hardware and instructions included - some assembly required - SALE IS FOR BUNK BED ONLY - EXCLUDES MATTRESS, PILLOWS AND BED COVERINGS
by Buy.com
Swashbuckling BBQ Sword
Swashbuckling BBQ Sword
For millions of years, humans have gathered around the fire to keep warm. One enterprising early hominid stored his haunch of wildebeest too close to the flames, and came away with an unexpectedly juicy and delicious roast 'beest. In subsequent attempts to replicate this magic "cooking" process, however, those cavemen tried holding the meat over the fire with their hands. Several debilitating burns later, they learned to hold the meat over the flames with green sticks...
by ThinkGeek