Computer Bed

Submitted by: Lukeiner 10 years ago in
http://www.flyingbeds.com/14.Euro_BunkBed/Euro-ComputerBed.htm

Short on space? Combine your desk and bed.
There are 36 comments:
Male 738
for 2000 bucks, why don`t you just rent a bigger apartment, eh?
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Male 141
love it
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Female 33
I`m sorry, but this look effin awesome.
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Female 458
The bed looks too small and short to be very comfy, in my opinion. Also, what would happen if it fell on you in the middle of a typing session?
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Female 346
Lo quiero.
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Male 2,216
Doesnt look like the comfiest of matresses.
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Female 33
kind of cool..but wouldn`t your computer and all of your stuff slide around when you raised and lowered it? Even if the desk part does stay horizontal, looks unstable to me..
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Male 701
i dont even think it would work well with a PC, cables arent you`re friend
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Female 209
woow..i like it :-)
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Female 797
haha, just kidding! I find that pretty neat.
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Female 797
I`m this thrilled ----> :-|
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Male 693
:-D
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Male 693
The couch bed looked cool, but it was 2000. Bring the price a wee-bit lower and I`ll consider it! :D
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Female 159
Um, did anyone look at the other ones to the left? A single bunk bed, eh? lol, I like the twirly bed thingy :) The computer bed thing is stupid though lol, you can get things basically like this from sears for much cheaper.
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Female 1,596
It`s like they make a live commercial a person sits on the bed and breaks. That would be funny.
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Male 2,703
its an awesome concept and i am going to look into building one. its a nice way to have people over and not look like they are sitting in your bedroom. and i really like the sofa one because then its very practical. but it would only be convenient if you live downtown and rent on a one room apartment is in your best interest rather than commute.
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Female 35
They look really cool, and I would consider buying one if not for the rather prideful pricing and some impracticality.
I agree with aloha, I`d rather just have a bunk bed with a constant, useful space underneath it, except for my ever-irrational paranoia of the top bunk collapsing on my head, or falling from the top bunk into the space below.
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Male 741
Mani-Jac, good point, there is no way all my pc stuff fits there. Besides that it seems like a good idea for dorms or wierd anal people that like everything clean and tidy
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Male 2,781
I`M GONNA BUILD A BETTER ONE WHERE THE TOPMOST SHELF IS WHERE YOU SLEEP WITH THE DESK RIGHT BELOW IT. NO CRAPPY FANCY COMPLICATED FOLDING SH`T.
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Male 1,386
thats pretty cool. but HillbillyGuy is right, a laptop would be much easier if you have limited space...
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Female 601
I almost really, really wanted that. It looks convenient. That is, until I saw the price.

Does anyone honestly buy those? I mean, if you have that kind of money to buy something like that, why would you be living in a place with limited room?

Everything on that site looks like it could be purchased at WalMart for $50 o_o They do look neat and they are interesting concepts, I`ll give it that.

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Male 1,406
I do all things I should do on my desk on my bed. Well, there you g o.
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Male 632
looks fragile
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Female 600
The idea is good for people that don`t have a large amount of space. Dorms, apartments...other than that nothing. It`s ugly, expensive considering what it looks like and kinda pointless. It doesn`t appear stable (though it probably is). I wouldn`t recomend it. You can build something nicer yourself for a lot less.
-end interior design major`s rant-

//I too like slashies!! :-)

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Female 180
With the computers nowadays that would be useless. For example, my computer (Dell XPS 600), is way too large to fit on that. Also they have a laptop as the display, keyword: lap!

Anyway, the idea is awful.

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Female 339
Oh god.. this is real?? I thought it was gonna be a joke!

If you have a spare $2000 dollars flying around to consider buying this thing, wouldnt it be easier to put the money into renting a bigger flat?? o.O

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Male 1,225
We couldn`t tell HillbillyGuy... it`s not obvious at all...
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Male 68
A bit too utilitarian for my taste. If you`re really that short on space, wouldn`t a laptop make much more sense?

/likes his pillow top queen size matress...
//also likes his personally designed, hand-built bedrooom furniture...
///also likes slashies!

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Female 538
good idea.. but a little dodgey....
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Female 132
That thing is so freaking tiny! How is anyone supposed to fit in there?
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Female 229
^^

Good for dorm rooms where you have limited amount of space

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Male 151
Lets assume this is product is not specific to kids... I would NOT hop into bed with my girl on that thing, especially not one I made myself...

Ill stick to good old solid mattress to boxspring to floor.

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Female 229
"Available in twin only at $2079. "

Yeah. Why not build your own for a fraction of the price? -.- Dosn`t seem that complicated to make.

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Female 284
that would be cool but id rather just get one of those bunk beds with the little room underneath the top bunk
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Male 2,513
Neither look like they would be very functional, but a fun idea
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Male 27
Link: Computer Bed [Rate Link] - Short on space? Combine your desk and bed.
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