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3 piece Bath suite - £125.00 at B&Q instore only!!

anonemoneyanonemoney

just seen the advert on TV.. bath, toilet and sink
seems a good deal, not on their website in store only.

Only till Tuesday.

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    anonemoney
    anyone else seen this advert?.. i just about caught it so might have missed some information about it...
    its Marc
    they do them cheaper than that .... and have done for years ..... you get what you pay for methinks.
    fox
    fox5 years, 7 months ago #3Show comment tools Reply
    its Marc
    they do them cheaper than that .... and have done for years ..... you get what you pay for methinks.


    I thought they said £125, maybe wrong tho!
    renown
    I would'nt put one in my house but there probably ok for rentals or cheaper developments. but heat added:thumbsup:
    rizla01
    DID say £125 but they are bound to be plastic baths.

    I will be buying a METAL bath for £100 soon. Well worth the difference.
    deanos
    I dunno metal baths dont hold the heat as long as plastic baths

    If anyone has any more info would be appreciated we new a new bathroom suite and dont have much money to spend :(
    deanos
    More info,

    Its in the "To Go" range, does not include taps or bath panel , delivery is £20, ypu can buy the items individually, bath was £40 , toilet £60 and sink £25 IIRC.

    A panel and taps would probably be another £80 odd quid or more , Wickes do a full suite for £199 so its probably not that cheap afterall

    http://www.wickes.co.uk/Antarctic-Bath-Suite/Antarctic/invt/000002
    stphnstevey
    We just need a bath - so £40 is ok for us

    What is the model and do they list the bath seperate on the website? the link doesn't work for me
    deanos
    Its the "To Go" range, ring the store for info :thumbsup:
    Investments
    installation costs to rip out existing and refit new would be around what?
    Investments
    deanos
    More info,

    Its in the "To Go" range, does not include taps or bath panel , delivery is £20, ypu can buy the items individually, bath was £40 , toilet £60 and sink £25 IIRC.

    A panel and taps would probably be another £80 odd quid or more , Wickes do a full suite for £199 so its probably not that cheap afterall

    http://www.wickes.co.uk/Antarctic-Bath-Suite/Antarctic/invt/000002


    Only sold in-store
    Currently not available to purchase online or through our telephone ordering service

    Probably to persuade you to buy a more expensive one!
    robgoode
    I work for them and the Bathroom To Go doesn't include taps or waste. When you add it all together it comes to around 220.

    As someone mentioned Wickes do a suite for 199, as do B&Q. Nuveo Suite includes everything and is good quality. The Bathroom To Go is only good if you need to replace just one of the items.

    Also about the metal baths, the plastic ones are always sold out. Our store has about 20 steel ones in. They tend to chip easily and are often returned for an exchange for the plastic version. Each to their own of course. 59 for the plastic bath, 79 for the metal one.
    Cozworth806
    deanos
    More info,

    Its in the "To Go" range, does not include taps or bath panel , delivery is £20, ypu can buy the items individually, bath was £40 , toilet £60 and sink £25 IIRC.

    A panel and taps would probably be another £80 odd quid or more , Wickes do a full suite for £199 so its probably not that cheap afterall

    http://www.wickes.co.uk/Antarctic-Bath-Suite/Antarctic/invt/000002


    http://www.screwfix.com/prods/71692/Bathrooms-Showers/Bathroom-Suites/Grove/Kaldewei-Grove-Bathroom-Suite-White#

    £176 for complete suite
    packard
    re holding the heat in the bath - some say its a good idea to pad loft insulation around the base of the bath to keep the heat in = and at only £3 for 3x rolls and B&Q - deal!
    Throttle
    I have the B&Q £200 bathroom suite from few years ago and tbh wouldn't do it again the bath itself seemed very light build quality so i changed over to a metal bath after 6 months which seemed alot better imo only bad point being i have my electrical shower fitting over then bath and the shower mats dont stick the best on a metal bath imo.

    Anyhow when i originally fitted the bathroom i had problem with the sink and its waste pipe when i let the water out, the water would come pouring down the back of the sink and side of the pipe assuming it was the seal not upto much as didn't have best view with it being fastened on a wall and stood on its pedastel i bought a new set of seals fitted them and still problem continued so i took took it off the wall and outdoors for a clear view only to find the base of the sink where the waste pipe locking nut where the seal sits was out 1/4" from one side to the other :shock: i ended up filling it with silcone as id fitted the rest of the bathroom and didnt want bother pulling it all out for a refund and being a waste it wasn't under pressure.

    The toilet went faulty after 18 month and needed the cistern replacing as it split and wouldnt flush proper and prior to that the link between the cistern and handle snapped ...sound like im ranting on just abit here but just though let people know of my experince of them i suppose you get what you pay for :whistling:
    128plant
    metal baths are usually better except if you have mixer taps as they do chip easily if drop head in them, and insulated as previous post are really good, much better than plastic. hold shape and strength better too i believe having experience of both over the years. both bath types need their own cleaner to keep up durability and wear, so several bath guys told me at self build exhibition. The metal ones are often finer as plastic bends need to be thicker or they will split. heavier people shouldnt use plastic as the handles and grips are not fit for the job of helping you in and out either. hope this helps some. happy bathing.
    agaveworm
    its Marc
    ..... you get what you pay for methinks.


    Amen

    We bought a cheap suite from B&Q a few years ago and not even a few months later the plug in bath stopped working (still not working), 'cistern bits' in the toilet regularly plays up and the taps on the sink 'changed colour' the first time wifey used a cleaning product on them.

    Next time I will def. spend the extra....
    woodstock
    For weeks people have been telling me I need a bath!
    waterloo
    Never go back to a metal bath buy a good quality acrylic bath it will keep the heat in so cut down on heating the bath water again saving cash also as before a steel bath will chip and you can get nasty diseases from theses as the bacteria collects in the chips.
    oxter
    waterloo
    bacteria collects in the chips.


    Oh no! I often have fish and chips:-D

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