I see what you're saying here. Hopefully this helps!
Two Twin XL’s make a standard King size.
Because a CAL King is narrower and longer, we have to have a separate mattress size for it. Also, we need to have a different Adjustable bed base for this specific size as well.
Note: the mattress is NOT a split Cal King dimension – rather it is a complete one piece mattress. The adjustable bed base would be too large to ship unless we split the foundation into two separate units. Therefore the Cal King foundation requires two Headboard Cal King’s and two Footboard Cal Kings.
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So, by this statement, if I wanted a *Split* King, and not a single mattress Cal King, I should get two Twin XL adjustable beds and set them next to each other? Are the frames compact enough on the Twin XL that I could set them close enough to not leave a significant gap between the mattresses? Would these adjustable frames sit inside a standard King sleigh bed frame?
Forgot to also ask- I found the warranty for the frame but not the mattress. There are horror stories of mattress companies using the "sanitary" clause to get out of replacing a mattress that has a divot that qualifies it for warranty replacement. This happens because "sanitary" (or other similar wording) is not defined in the warranty and when a company representative inspects the mattress years later, they identify tiny stains, spots, "shadows" or general yellowing and claim it as "unsanitary" even if an expensive mattress protector was purchased. I would like to know what this wording looks like in your warranty, as a 10 year warranty may not be worth it in this case.