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Bed Straps

ChaseK ChaseK
Under the bed restraint system
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Are the standard bed restraint systems, such as 'under the bed', one size fits all for different beds? Could I use this on twin mattress and king mattress?
08/03/2009
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Well, Backseat Boohoo's verified review says she used it on an extra long twin and mine is set up on an extra tall queen. I know some folks with kings have found it a big small, though.
08/03/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Well, Backseat Boohoo's verified review says she used it on an extra long twin and mine is set up on an extra tall queen. I know some folks with kings have found it a big small, though.
Beat me to it!

For most beds, I think they would work. They worked on my extra long twin back in a dorm room, and they work on the full bed I have now. But I might draw the line at a king, yes, unless you want to buy an extension strap.
08/03/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Well, Backseat Boohoo's verified review says she used it on an extra long twin and mine is set up on an extra tall queen. I know some folks with kings have found it a big small, though.
a BIT small. Big small... does not compute. LOL
08/04/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
a BIT small. Big small... does not compute. LOL
I really shouldn't reply to things before coffee. However, I'm assuming most people would be intelligent enough to realize I meant "bit," not "big."
08/04/2009
spicywife spicywife
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
I really shouldn't reply to things before coffee. However, I'm assuming most people would be intelligent enough to realize I meant "bit," not "big."
I certainly hope so!
08/04/2009
Epiphora Epiphora
They fit fine on my queen. If they don't fit on a King, you can definitely get extenders.
08/04/2009
Red Red
Quote:
Originally posted by ChaseK
Are the standard bed restraint systems, such as 'under the bed', one size fits all for different beds? Could I use this on twin mattress and king mattress?
I have a king, and I use these. They have to go between the box spring and mattress, not under the both,however.
08/04/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
I really shouldn't reply to things before coffee. However, I'm assuming most people would be intelligent enough to realize I meant "bit," not "big."
I was.. quoting myself? -blinks-
08/04/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Red
I have a king, and I use these. They have to go between the box spring and mattress, not under the both,however.
That's how I set mine up. It would be so much work to do under both LOL
08/04/2009
TinyTease TinyTease
I have these under my regular full size. The straps can be a little long, but that's why they can be tightened. They probably are an ideal fit for a queen bed.
08/04/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I was.. quoting myself? -blinks-
SEE. THIS IS WHY I NEED MORE COFFEE.

I totally realized that wasn't my post I was correcting about 2 DAYS after I did it. CAFFEINE I NEED YOU COME BACK TO ME.
08/05/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
SEE. THIS IS WHY I NEED MORE COFFEE.

I totally realized that wasn't my post I was correcting about 2 DAYS after I did it. CAFFEINE I NEED YOU COME BACK TO ME.
LOL
08/05/2009
idlemyndz idlemyndz
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
Beat me to it!

For most beds, I think they would work. They worked on my extra long twin back in a dorm room, and they work on the full bed I have now. But I might draw the line at a king, yes, unless you want to buy an extension strap.
If you wrap the straps under the mattress and not the box spring, you should not have a problem on a king. Our queen bed is pretty thick and I have it wrapped under the bed. I actually had to tighten the line between the top and bottom loops(like suspenders), to remove the slack. I am rather confident this system will fit more than 90% of beds - especially if you just place it under the mattress, instead of the entire box spring and mattress.
08/09/2009
idlemyndz idlemyndz
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
Beat me to it!

For most beds, I think they would work. They worked on my extra long twin back in a dorm room, and they work on the full bed I have now. But I might draw the line at a king, yes, unless you want to buy an extension strap.
If you wrap the straps under the mattress and not the box spring, you should not have a problem on a king. Our queen bed is pretty thick and I have it wrapped under the bed. I actually had to tighten the line between the top and bottom loops(like suspenders), to remove the slack. I am rather confident this system will fit more than 90% of beds - especially if you just place it under the mattress, instead of the entire box spring and mattress.
08/09/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
I can't imagine placing the straps under the box spring, actually! I always just put mine between the mattress and box spring for added security, but I guess it does add more length as well!
08/09/2009
Alluring_Irony Alluring_Irony
I know a guy I slept with that had an Under The Bed Restraint System from Adam & Eve... And OmG... It became my FAVORITE THING!!! I'm planning on buying one for me and my husband to use, mainly him tieing me up...
08/10/2009
Two Loves Two Loves
We personally used them on a pillow top queen bed and I'm not sure I doubt there is enough adjustment left in the straps to fit a king bed
10/14/2009
Liz2 Liz2
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Originally posted by Two Loves
We personally used them on a pillow top queen bed and I'm not sure I doubt there is enough adjustment left in the straps to fit a king bed
I have used them on a double bed, found them to be awesome...always available for play and they hold so well. I now have a king size, pillow top....they are just too short w/o adding something for an extension. Then we have basically the same setup as prior to the Under The Bed System. No great advantage.
10/15/2009
Bill Ditchburn Bill Ditchburn
Don't quote me on this, but I hear Leatherbeaten has a pretty awesome UBR system that will fit ANYTHING!!
10/15/2009
ArmyWife Kira ArmyWife Kira
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Originally posted by ChaseK
Are the standard bed restraint systems, such as 'under the bed', one size fits all for different beds? Could I use this on twin mattress and king mattress?
It is adjustable so it can be used on different sized beds.
11/16/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by ArmyWife Kira
It is adjustable so it can be used on different sized beds.
Yes
11/17/2009
Maiden Maiden
I have this one too, and it works really well with my queen sized bed, with plenty of room to lengthen the straps. I would say it might work for a king, but I wouldn't know.
07/29/2010
Red Riding Hood Red Riding Hood
You may be able to find measurements on some restraint kits for beds. That would probably be your best bet before purchasing one. It sounds like the only thing it won't fit is a king size, though. I can't honestly say because I've never used one with a king size bed.
08/04/2010
Liz Liz
Chiming in to say that we have this system with a king-size bed, and it works fine. However, we use slats and not a box spring, so the straps don't have as far to go.
08/04/2010
p-poppin p-poppin
wow. this looks really cool
10/20/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
They can't be used on a waterbed. The water mattress is just too heavy and immobile to put anything under it.

We got the Cuff and Tether set, instead, but it only has two cuffs and two tethers.
11/17/2010
PunkyB PunkyB
Great review!
03/26/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Well, Backseat Boohoo's verified review says she used it on an extra long twin and mine is set up on an extra tall queen. I know some folks with kings have found it a big small, though.
Mine are on a King
03/26/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
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Originally posted by Two Loves
We personally used them on a pillow top queen bed and I'm not sure I doubt there is enough adjustment left in the straps to fit a king bed
I have this on a 15 inch king mattress.... but I'm just realizing that this thread is over a year old...

Oh well, for the next folks
03/26/2011
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