[4 Pack] Eames style chairs - various colours £59.50 @ P and N Homewares (use code WELCOME10) - HotUKDeals
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[4 Pack] Eames style chairs - various colours £59.50 @ P and N Homewares (use code WELCOME10)

£59.50 @ p and n homewares
Seem to be around half the price of other similar chairs. Not purchased anything from these guys before, but get some decent reviews online. WELCOME10 code can be used on anything in the store. … Read More
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9m, 4d agoFound 9 months, 4 days ago
Seem to be around half the price of other similar chairs. Not purchased anything from these guys before, but get some decent reviews online.

WELCOME10 code can be used on anything in the store.

These Eames style replica chairs are very popular and can be used as dining chairs, office chairs or for any rooms in the house.They are very comfortable and strong. Sure to be noticed and complimented. Constructed from a strong metal , wood and ABS plastic combination these chairs are sturdy and reliable. ABS is the strongest form of plastic available and if you push to its limit it will bend but not break.
Iconic Eames style design
Strong wooden frame legs
Retro and modern
Cross-wire metal frame
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#1
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0872/5170/products/dining-sets-eames-style-table-with-4-chairs-1_large.jpg?v=1471386955

Table not included in the price!

Edited By: topss on Aug 22, 2016 08:40
#2
Can you order 4 different colours?
#3
vickstar79
Can you order 4 different colours?

Not in a pack. Individual prices are between £20 and £23 per chair (before discount), but the '4 packs' are all one colour.
#4
topss
vickstar79
Can you order 4 different colours?

Not in a pack. Individual prices are between £20 and £23 per chair (before discount), but the '4 packs' are all one colour.


ah that's a shame. still a good price though but 60 would have been better!
#5
I got set of 4 from them some week ago.
I was in between moving house and had to call them to rearrange delivery. First, there was a guy Mark, who then reconnected me to Jacob, this one was such a lad. They hold boxes for me and sent again when i was in my new place <3
#6
Any of you got these chairs? How stable are they when people get up/sit down?
#7
eande2
Any of you got these chairs? How stable are they when people get up/sit down?
I'm interested to know that too, although I'm not expecting it to be that sturdy at this price.
The proper ones are £339 each.
http://www.nest.co.uk/product/vitra-dsw-eames-plastic-side-chair-yellowish-maple-base
#8
I used to wanted these chairs but now I can see them everywhere and would rather get something else.
good price so voting hot.
1 Like #9
Cheers, that's a great price - hope they are decent quality!

To anyone umming and erring, bear in mind that the price of these will shoot up at the end of the year when copyright laws are changed and the sale of these reproductions will be banned. So prices will go from £15 here to around £350 each for originals!
#10
eande2
Any of you got these chairs? How stable are they when people get up/sit down?
they are like a sturdier version of old school chairs but without the hole at the back for your blazer tail to drop through
#11
PeteW
Cheers, that's a great price - hope they are decent quality!
To anyone umming and erring, bear in mind that the price of these will shoot up at the end of the year when copyright laws are changed and the sale of these reproductions will be banned. So prices will go from £15 here to around £350 each for originals!

Indeed, http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/design/why-the-uk-replica-furniture-market-is-about-to-be-hit-by-new-copyright-laws-a6876006.html
#12
PeteW
Cheers, that's a great price - hope they are decent quality!
To anyone umming and erring, bear in mind that the price of these will shoot up at the end of the year when copyright laws are changed and the sale of these reproductions will be banned. So prices will go from £15 here to around £350 each for originals!

I wouldn't worry too much. I think a lot of pieces will have a very minor alteration so the vendors can claim they are 'inspired by' rather than 'reproduction'. There are countless factories in china producing these things, they are not just going to stop and will certainly be preparing.

Edited By: Ego on Aug 22, 2016 13:24
1 Like #13
Fantastic, thank you! I've just ordered a the padded style from the same website for £93, never heard of them before.
#14
Great deal, thank you for posting.
#15
Have a few of these in the office and they do the job - need tightened up every now and then - but do the job.
#16
What a bargain - and free shipping!!! Ordered thanks!
#17
Just noticed at the bottom of the page they are selling the same set of 4 chairs but with an additional bar added. Perhaps for added strength? Here's the link to the item.

Its the same price and the discount code works too!

Only comes in 4 colours though: white (23 in stock), yellow (20 in stock), green (20 in stock) and black (36 in stock).

Thanks you op for posting this deal as our current dining room chairs have been damaged by our cat :(

Edited By: OdhranC on Aug 22, 2016 19:39: Spelling correction
#18
Youngy
PeteW
Cheers, that's a great price - hope they are decent quality!
To anyone umming and erring, bear in mind that the price of these will shoot up at the end of the year when copyright laws are changed and the sale of these reproductions will be banned. So prices will go from £15 here to around £350 each for originals!
Indeed, http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/design/why-the-uk-replica-furniture-market-is-about-to-be-hit-by-new-copyright-laws-a6876006.html

Wow didn't know that was coming. Great news, cheap imitation junk like this should be banned.
#19
Any info when does the WELCOME10 code expire? Can't find any T&cs on their web page.
#20
Try the codes WELCOME10 & SAVE10 together if it is your first order, both seemed to work for me
#21
CantGetNoSleep
Try the codes WELCOME10 & SAVE10 together if it is your first order, both seemed to work for me
only lets me use one or the other?
#22
what a brilliant deal. very very cheap
#23
bringit
CantGetNoSleep
Try the codes WELCOME10 & SAVE10 together if it is your first order, both seemed to work for me
only lets me use one or the other?

I think it has to be your first order. But both worked for me, try changing the order that you put them in.
1 Like #24
Nice find. We had been looking for oak chairs, but these do look very modern, and would fit well with the rest of the house. Hopefully the quality is as nice as the pictures!
#25
Mine just shipped now even though they said out of stock until 7 September when I ordered
#26
CantGetNoSleep
Mine just shipped now even though they said out of stock until 7 September when I ordered


Just got mine delivered this afternoon. Assembly looks fun... Not lol
#27
Assembly was straight forward. Chairs look great and are very comfortable. Feels strong and solid. I got the ones with the extra bar along the bottom. Cheers op
#28
Can anyone recommend a matching table? I know there's one as part of the set but it's too tiny and round to be useful
#29
Wouldn't be so keen on recommending this company even though they get good reviews. Part of my order arrived last week, when I phoned for the other half they told me this was because the white chairs were not in stock - but they were about to be shipped the following day and they would send a second tracking number.

Two phone calls and two (ignored) emails later and I still don't have any idea where they are. Latest excuse is that their BT internet is not working.
1 Like #30
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
#31
OdhranC
Assembly was straight forward. Chairs look great and are very comfortable. Feels strong and solid. I got the ones with the extra bar along the bottom. Cheers op
Dont know if you seen my comment below, but how did you manage to do it? What with the washer, the other lil washer and the black thing the screw doesnt seem to be able to reach the hole...

Edited By: gallshau on Sep 07, 2016 18:11
#32
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
#33
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?


Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.
#34
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.

I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!
#35
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.

I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!


I had exactly the same problem with these chairs purchased from P and N. If you follow the visual instructions supplied the bolts supplied are not long enough.

I ended up buying some longer bolts from local hardware store which cost me an extra £8 (this was for 10 chairs so 40 bolts) but given the original cost of the chairs this seemed a small price to pay to get them built and in use.

other than this very happy with chairs and service from P and N, very well packaged and delivered well ahead of expected date
#36
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.

I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!


It sounds like they have sent the wrong screws to you. I do remember the screws being very neat when fitting. I had held down the washer with the split in it to stop if springing off and was able to tighten the metal work onto the seat base. I used all fittings and followed the diagram in the instructions. Have you got someone else who can look at it for you? Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes might notice something. If all else fails, contact the p&n. Let me know how you get on. Good luck :)
#37
OdhranC
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.
I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!
It sounds like they have sent the wrong screws to you. I do remember the screws being very neat when fitting. I had held down the washer with the split in it to stop if springing off and was able to tighten the metal work onto the seat base. I used all fittings and followed the diagram in the instructions. Have you got someone else who can look at it for you? Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes might notice something. If all else fails, contact the p&n. Let me know how you get on. Good luck :)

Their internet isn't working apparently
#38
CantGetNoSleep
OdhranC
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.
I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!
It sounds like they have sent the wrong screws to you. I do remember the screws being very neat when fitting. I had held down the washer with the split in it to stop if springing off and was able to tighten the metal work onto the seat base. I used all fittings and followed the diagram in the instructions. Have you got someone else who can look at it for you? Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes might notice something. If all else fails, contact the p&n. Let me know how you get on. Good luck :)

Their internet isn't working apparently


That doesn't give people a lot of faith in their company with an excuse like that. If that's the case, ring them instead of email. Sure, they don't need the Internet to post some screws. Love to hear how they answer that.
#39
OdhranC
CantGetNoSleep
OdhranC
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.
I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!
It sounds like they have sent the wrong screws to you. I do remember the screws being very neat when fitting. I had held down the washer with the split in it to stop if springing off and was able to tighten the metal work onto the seat base. I used all fittings and followed the diagram in the instructions. Have you got someone else who can look at it for you? Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes might notice something. If all else fails, contact the p&n. Let me know how you get on. Good luck :)
Their internet isn't working apparently
That doesn't give people a lot of faith in their company with an excuse like that. If that's the case, ring them instead of email. Sure, they don't need the Internet to post some screws. Love to hear how they answer that.

They told me they would phone me back when the internet was fixed - this was yesterday morning and I'm still waiting for the call. And I'm missing two chairs not just screws
#40
sportyfae
gallshau
OdhranC
gallshau
Is anyone having difficulties actually putting them together? I've tried and the screw doesn’t seem to be long enough to be able to attach to the actually chair. Any advice? Anyone facing the same problem?
Did you remove those plastic caps off each hole underneath the chair Base? Also if I remember, weren't there 2 different lengths screws supplied. There is a little small grey washer with a gap in it. Its sort of springs up when you push it on. You just have to push the screw down and use the allen key to screw it on a bit. Do this with each hole and then tighten everything up after all the screws are in.
I removed the little black things. All the screws are the same length. The washer you mentioned.... do i just put that on; does the gap close? I cant get it to reach the hole so there is no chance of tightening it!
I had exactly the same problem with these chairs purchased from P and N. If you follow the visual instructions supplied the bolts supplied are not long enough.
I ended up buying some longer bolts from local hardware store which cost me an extra £8 (this was for 10 chairs so 40 bolts) but given the original cost of the chairs this seemed a small price to pay to get them built and in use.
other than this very happy with chairs and service from P and N, very well packaged and delivered well ahead of expected date

What length screws did you buy? Looks like I am going to have to buy some. Like the other person have messaged them but no reply and dont hold much faith that they will.

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