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3 door 2 drawer wardrobe £73.40 @ Ikea

£73.40 @ IKEA
Double wardrobe on the left hand side with a shelf in the top and a hanging rail. Right hand wardrobe contains four shelves above two drawer units. Excellent value for money, available online and in s… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Double wardrobe on the left hand side with a shelf in the top and a hanging rail. Right hand wardrobe contains four shelves above two drawer units. Excellent value for money, available online and in store. Also it will fit into a 1996 Volkswagen Golf with 2 people in the car! Comes in two boxes and is quite heavy. Birch finish externally.

Measurements

Width 144 cm
Depth 51 cm
Height 191 cm
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#1
hot from me good price !
#2
yes thats what I thought however, I am afraid I was unsure how to post a picture.
#3
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#4
hi there, i wud not recommend these ive had 1 of these for 6 months and you pay exactly for waht u get....i look after everything but the draw unit falls apart practically and always has to be reknocked into place but ive had it screwed now.....and the door on the right hand side drops again i had to put better hinges. Good for if u are a student perhaps but leave otherwise pay a bit more for something that looks better and will last longer!
1 Like #5
As with all flat pack furniture like this. When you put it together glue each and every joint (even if it doesnt say so) and it will last a lot longer, especially in the places where you wont see. Go and buy some PVA or whatever other glue (clear glue is better) you want and use loads of it.
#6
Thanks hotscot. Hawkio, this site seems somewhat pointless if you take the attitude of you get what you pay for!! This is a good value wardrobe and any problems can be fixed with very little cost. Certainly cheaper than any other three door wardrobe I have seen by far!!
#7
Ikea furniture is ok! The cheap stuff is not the greatest quality but it does the job and is easily better than any of Argos's flatpacked furniture!
Also, I am basing my opinion of Ikea furniture on a cheaper wardrobe too http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/14903207
#8
I bought two for each of the spare room about 6 months go and can recommend them. I think I paid £59.90 for each as they were £69.90 at the time, plus Ikea kindly sent both my mum and me £10-off vouchers if we spent over £50.

Happy days.
#9
largeybargainman
Thanks hotscot. Hawkio, this site seems somewhat pointless if you take the attitude of you get what you pay for!! This is a good value wardrobe and any problems can be fixed with very little cost. Certainly cheaper than any other three door wardrobe I have seen by far!!


Is the right answer. I find Ikea's quality better than the likes of Argos, B&Q, Focus, etc. plus they cost a lot less (and it's great going up to Warrington, & having a full brekkie for less than a £1!).
#10
Voted hot. Have one of these in my eldest's room and is superb for the price.
#11
saw these in ikea the other day, great price but the handles on the doors look very cheap
#12
I would also agree with posters that Ikea's bargain bottom of the range stuff is miles better than the equivalent Argos/Homebase (same company), B&Q, Focus etc etc stuff!
#13
Normally love Ikea furniture as so much easier to assemble.

However, my son has this wardrobe and I too would NOT recommend it - we glued / assembled correctly and only had it less than a year and drawers falling apart - not as nice as their other stuff.
#14
hot from me, Am redecorating the kids room in the half term and wanted to get them one of these and the best price i'v found elsewhere was around £100, and while i was looking i found a basic bunk bed too, so al in around £140, bargain!!
#15
I know its more but this looks nice http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90091411
#16
apduk;4129141
As with all flat pack furniture like this. When you put it together glue each and every joint (even if it doesnt say so) and it will last a lot longer, especially in the places where you wont see. Go and buy some PVA or whatever other glue (clear glue is better) you want and use loads of it.

Agree totally, we've had one of these for two years now and it is fine, but we stuck it with really strong glue. A good value wardrobe.
Oh, and we got it into a Hyundai Getz (but don't ask me how)!!!
#17
I bought these because the ex measured the rooms for a set of wardrobes. Went to Ikea in Warrington just before Christmas 2006 and spent £400 on wardrobes.

It took me until May last year to get my butt into gear and attempt to put them up.

Imagine my surprise to find that the £400 sooper-dooper wardrobes were to tall for both bedrooms.

No wonder they have trouble parking... :-D
#18
Bought one on Sunday for the daughters bedroom, assembled it last night, to be honest as flatpack goes its not bad, and as the previous poster said, much cheaper and better than Argos stuff. The depth of this particular wardrobe seemed impressive for the price. :thumbsup:
#19
I have this unit and its well worth the money, quite easy to assemble as well. Voted hot.
#20
dirge
I know its more but this looks nice http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90091411


i got this a few weeks ago its great! id definitely pay the extra and get the aspelund as its very sturdy.
#21
i have to go cold on this due to the fact alot of ikea product fall apart after one week of use maybe this is different but i doubt it :(
#22
crse2008
i have to go cold on this due to the fact alot of ikea product fall apart after one week of use maybe this is different but i doubt it :(


I honestly think thats rubbish, maybe if you put it together badly it does.

I have purchased many items over the years from Ikea and they are all still standing.
#23
hot. ikea wardobes are brilliant considering they're flatpack.

linzipinz
saw these in ikea the other day, great price but the handles on the doors look very cheap

if they're like most other ikea wardobes, then you can go in and pick out your own handles and screw them on yourself :)
#24
tomwenn
I honestly think thats rubbish, maybe if you put it together badly it does.

I have purchased many items over the years from Ikea and they are all still standing.


different people have different experiences but i suppose i did go to the lower price end of ikea goods :( and they are poor quality. glad your items are still standing :)
#25
I too have this wardrobe, we bought it to get us by till we could afford something better as we had spent so much money doing up our new house. To be honest I think it will last alot longer than we originally thought. ok its not the best quality in the world as people say you get what you pay for, but it seems sturdy enough and we have been using ours for nearly a year now. We also got the matching drawers, the 3 and 4 drawer chests and they too are fine.
#26
We HAD this wardrobe.
Was a nice looking, cheap wardrobe and I was v happy with it.
It was fine until we decorated and it needed moving - the MDF, or whatever its made of, is rubbish and it cracked and collapsed.
When we had it I checked to see if we could swap any of the parts with other IKEA wardrobes but all the hinges,handles etc are not the same as the other ranges.
So ok as a wardrobe but dont go moving it! :oops: I wouldn't buy another
#27
I have this wardrobe in my girls room and its perfect, toys and teddies pack the cupboard and plenty of space for clothes on the hanging rail and space underneath for boxes, great bargain i;ve had mine 3 years and its still going strong
#28
We HAD this wardwrobe also and experienced a bit of what was said a bit earlier.

This is a great wardwrobe that does the job for a spare room etc which is exactly what I was using it for (as the wife has too many clothes) and never had any issues with it. When we came to move house it was clear it was never going to be possible. As long as you make it where you want it and think of it like it is which is a cheap wardwrobe that actually can store a alot for it's price then it is great.
When we told the new owners we were going to leave it if they wanted it they were well chuffed so can't be that bad for everyone.
#29
Had a look at these last night at Warrington - awful quality, but I suppose for the price...

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