LÖNSET Slatted bed base,

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Meant for each other - not only do the slats keep your mattress in place, they also have comfort zones which adjust to your body weight and increase the suppleness of the mattress

Article Number602.787.16

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26 layer-glued slats adjust to your body weight and increase the suppleness of the mattress.

Comfort zones adjust to your body.

Consists of two separate bed slats.

Article Number602.787.16
  • Bed base slats:

    Layer-glued wood veneer, Paper foil, Adhesive resin as coating


    100 % polypropylene

    Slat holders:

    Synthetic rubber

    Bed base:

    Beech plywood, Birch plywood

  • This slatted bed base is to be used with an IKEA bed frame. If used with another bed frame, please check construction.


Length: 74 3/4 "

Width: 53 1/8 "

Thickness: 3 1/2 "

  • This product comes as 2 packages.
    Slatted bed baseArticle Number602.787.16
    This product has multiple packages.

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 75 ½ "

    Weight: 18 lb 5 oz

    Package(s): 1

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 75 ½ "

    Weight: 18 lb 5 oz

    Package(s): 1


Made a huge differenceDanielle P.These slats are incredible and greatly improved my sleeping even with my old mattress. Felt a huge improvement in my neck and back pain after just one night. Full size fits my Malm double bed frame perfectly. If you are buying larger than a twin, be sure to get all the boxes that come with your order. Full size is two boxes. My Malm had the old board slats so I removed the anchors and the new slat frames laid down perfectly in the bed, no sliding. When assembling, I recommend attaching the three bar pieces to one side first, then put the slats in the ribbon. The slats are color coded so match the colors to the rubber pieces. After filling the ribbon, attach slats to one side, then the other. As you add the second side, tighten screws as you add slats. When finished, if the slat frames don't fit in your bed frame, make sure all screws are tight. Takes a while to setup but totally worth it. A++ product. Thanks, IKEA!5
A little tedious, but overall great!HayleighThe slats were somewhat tedious to assemble. Having to slide each one through the two black nylon strips was the longest part. I did one alone and then my husband and I doubled teamed the second. Much faster and easier with two people. Overall, pleased with product.4
The best mattress base we have had!DENISWe bought this to replace an old mattress base on non IKEA bed and we were surprised about positive change with our sleep. It’s like having a new bad with the new mattress. And very easy to assemble. Great product!5
They are a pain toMaryThey are a pain to put together but they are definitely better than the basic slats!5
I started with Luroy whichHsueh-fangI started with Luroy which does not require assembling. However it made too much squeaky noise that I had to return. The Lonset requires lots of assembling but it works out well, no more noise. I love it5
Great slat setMARYGives just right under my mattress . Just what I needed.5
Easy to build durable loveEdgarEasy to build durable love my bed4
Great, quiet mattress supportShayana K.Really not sure what the handful of negative reviews here are going on about. It took less than an hour to assemble each half of the queen set -- tedious, yes, but not exceptional by IKEA standards. It fit perfectly in an Idanas frame. The support is outstanding. But the main thing for me is that the standard Ikea slats -- e.g. the Luroy -- have wood-on-wood interfaces between the slats and the bedframe that tend to squeak. You'll see lots of advice on the web about using parafin wax on those interfaces to keep the noise down. With this set, there's no place where wood is moving against wood -- as the wood slats bend under your shifting weight, they are pushing on the rubber holders. Two bits of advice on assembly: leave all 12 screws loose, not just six, and stick both sides of the slats thru the fabric before sticking either end thru the rubber holders. Also note it is 1 3/8" higher than the Luroy, so add ~1.5" of mattress height in placing the internal steel rails on the Idanas.5
Not That Bad: B MinusMegan F.So, initially I was torn on buying this item because of the negative reviews; however, I'm not sure what they were doing because my experience with this bed base was not that bad. Yes, the Lönset is tedious to set up, but there are quite a few tutorials on YouTube that help to simplify the experience. For me, the only time I really wanted to throw in the towel was with the four tension straps. They take forever!!! There WAS a moment when I thought this might not fit my malm bed, but I realized some of the screws were not tightened all the way. After fixing the screws, the Lönset fit my queen malm bed perfectly! This system does push your mattress up a bit high, but I kind of like the extra height. Last thing--this is such an upgrade from the original bed slats, no more sinking mattress or dip in the middle.4
No, No and No!Jeana P.I’m reading reviews about the assembly. I actually thought it was one of the easier items I have assembled from IKEA. This does NOT fit a queen bed!!!! It’s about a little over an inch too wide. Assembly was easy but time consuming and tedious. Took me about an hour for the entire thing. To not fit after that was very nerve racking. Now how do I take it back to the store and is it even worth it? Total IKEA fail.1
very sturdyDhrumeshkumarStrong5
TediousBrendan M.After assembling a malm bed frame I was faced with this assembly- what a tedious and time consuming pain in the neck. Solid support but this item broke on buying anything from Ikea ever again.3
The Best choice for support with "memory foam" mattressesGloria P.I have bought both systems offered by Ikea. The "Lonset" system is far superior. Though following the instructions is critical to make putting it together less confusing. I found after laying out the different color slates, in their proper order, its best to add the straps before putting them into the end caps. Hopefully this slatted system will remain an option. The Luroy system doesn't have the same support or give & was noticeably less comfortable.5
Makes a difference!ChristineHad the mattress on the floor and it felt hard and not very comfortable. Put it up on a bed frame with these bowed slates that give it flexibility and the mattress was noticeably more comfortable. It made a difference!5
Works as expected. Nice supportCherylWorks as expected. Nice support5
We ended up purchasing thisIvaniaWe ended up purchasing this because the regular one was out of stock. The sales associate said this was an upgrade from the one we were going to originally purchase. So you have to completely build this. They give you all the parts and you assemble it piece by piece. Which after spending hours building the bedframe was very annoying. I would have preferred the old model. This new one gives more height too which isn't always a good thing. So hopefully it last as long as the old model did.3
Best everCARINAI don't know why ikea is getting rid of it. We love it and it is so much better then anything else you find in the usa.5
Very firm supportcovid1991It is harder to assemble compared to the other bed base they sell. But this one supports your matress better and makes it firmer.5
Half the parts I neededcaroNorfolk2020I just bought this bed base in store and moved several states away. When I got to my new home and began assembling my ikea purchases, I realized I only have half the parts I need for the Lonset. I have attempted to reach customer service several times (by phone which simply hangs me up without the option to wait for a representative, and apparently email is only for cancellations) to understand how they could let me check out without all the necessary boxes or how I could purchase only the parts I am missing. I referenced the item number, went to the aisle / bin as directed by the website and picked up my box. For the record, I had another item to pick up that was 2 boxes and it was clearly marked as having a 1 box and 2 box so it's hard to understand how I would've misunderstood the need to get two boxes if that was the case. I also think the check out scanner should've alerted the purchase as being incomplete if it was supposed to be two boxes. I'm now a 35 minute drive from the nearest ikea but I don't have a car and it's not available for shipping even if I did decide to repurchase the entire piece while only missing half.1
Bad Supportsmp33I've had this for just under 2 years. I bought a cheaper mattress from Ikea at the same time. About a year in I was finding a divot in the side I sleep on, I'm a 5'6 125lb human, 28yr old. If I tried to sleep anywhere near the middle I was sloped to the right side. Hip and back problems every morning. I figured that it was just the cheap mattress, so I decided to upgrade to a mattress from another company. Slept on that mattress one night to find the same problem! Come to find that its the slats from ikea causing the problem! Total waste of money. If you are going to buy a frame and/or mattress from Ikea splurge for a box spring and hope thats better.1
LÖNSET Slatted bed base, Full/Double

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What is layer-glued wood?

With layer-glued wood it’s possible to create flexible and extra strong constructions with curved shapes, like frames for armchairs. The secret is a technique where many layers of thin wood veneer are glued together and then pressed into the desired shape. We often use wood like birch, beech, ash and even bamboo – and strive to use the raw material as smartly and efficiently as possible to avoid waste. Just like solid wood, it has natural variations in structure and colour.