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Linear 3 seater + 2 seater Sofa set (Was £1,249) Now £573.99 delivered at Very

£573.99 @ Very
Thought this was a really great price for a 3 seater + 2 seater sofa (Was £1,249) Now £549.00 + £24.99 delivery. The Linear scatter back model is upholstered using a combination of fabrics, with a … Read More
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Thought this was a really great price for a 3 seater + 2 seater sofa (Was £1,249) Now £549.00 + £24.99 delivery.

The Linear scatter back model is upholstered using a combination of fabrics, with a faux leather outer fabric & a woven chenille plain inner, with distinctive modern geometric chenille accent scatters.
Assembly: Ready Assembled
Depth: 86 CM
Height: 84 CM
Seat Cushion Filling: Foam And Fibre Filled Seat Cushion
Width: 185 CM
Back Type: Removable And Reversible Standard Back Cushion
Care Instructions: Included
Care Kit: N
Filling: Fibre Filled Back Cushion
Number of Seats: 5
Seat Construction: Removable Seat Cushion
Seat Height (in cm): 43
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http://i.imgur.com/RNTHBhN.jpg

Edited By: millarcat on Dec 29, 2016 15:52
#2
Thanks OP. I was looking for something like this. Question is if it can be ordered with 20% off code for first order with Very.
#3
klopikxda
Thanks OP. I was looking for something like this. Question is if it can be ordered with 20% off code for first order with Very.
I dont think that would be an issue but on credit application it all depends how much they give you.
#4
Hmmm, no reviews on any of this range...
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I had this sofa crap !! it's fibre filled cushions n seats n go flat unless u puff them every 5 mins so cold from me
#6
clarissaroberts
I had this sofa crap !! it's fibre filled cushions n seats n go flat unless u puff them every 5 mins so cold from me


I made this mistake lots of time

Anyone buying a sofa always ask them to upgrade the cousins to foam blocks instead. Cost me about £150 extra but the sofa looks good for years ..fibre just dips
1 Like #7
This is not worth the money, you will be sending this back after 4 weeks if you have children or a home that is lived in, if its going into a room IE conservatory and will be used very little its a good buy, but for general day to day use it fails .
#8
Agree with the comments re fibre, I had fibre ones on my current corner couch. had to buy some foam blocks to cut into the shape I wanted, so much better.
#9
On the description it says foam and fibre seats - I was shown a block of this in Harveys today - appears to be a deep layer of foam in the centre with a shallower layer of fibre wrapped around the outside. Harveys charge £120 for this upgrade. They did not offer me foam only as they said the seats were either fibre or a mix of the two - has anybody bought one from Harveys that has this mix - I'm planning on buying one of their sofas in the sale and was hoping that this type (foam in middle and surrounded by fibre) would not sag and need plumping up every day? Thank you.
#10
Agree. Fibre filled cushions are a nightmare. I got a sofa with them and am constantly plumping them up. Had it 5 years now and plumping doesn't have much effect. Will buy better next time. Would renew now but it's just me who really sees them so doesn't bother me too much.
#11
clarissaroberts
I had this sofa crap !! it's fibre filled cushions n seats n go flat unless u puff them every 5 mins so cold from me


Exactly what I was about to post. Fibre fill seats look awful unless you constantly puff them up.
1 Like #12
Very have very bad customer service when it comes to furniture. I bought a bed from them and the pictures of the base were misleading, they wouldn't help me or offer me any resolution.
#13
Sophiasky
On the description it says foam and fibre seats - I was shown a block of this in Harveys today - appears to be a deep layer of foam in the centre with a shallower layer of fibre wrapped around the outside. Harveys charge £120 for this upgrade. They did not offer me foam only as they said the seats were either fibre or a mix of the two - has anybody bought one from Harveys that has this mix - I'm planning on buying one of their sofas in the sale and was hoping that this type (foam in middle and surrounded by fibre) would not sag and need plumping up every day? Thank you.

It will sag and you will have to plump everyday, the sales team in harveys will not say this, but it must be done as the interiors are rubbish, it will constantly look a mess,
The interiors are plumped in store approx 10 times a day, every time a deal is done they wait till you leave then plump up the interiors again.
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In this case you only get what you pay for :(
#15
rtmlk
Sophiasky
On the description it says foam and fibre seats - I was shown a block of this in Harveys today - appears to be a deep layer of foam in the centre with a shallower layer of fibre wrapped around the outside. Harveys charge £120 for this upgrade. They did not offer me foam only as they said the seats were either fibre or a mix of the two - has anybody bought one from Harveys that has this mix - I'm planning on buying one of their sofas in the sale and was hoping that this type (foam in middle and surrounded by fibre) would not sag and need plumping up every day? Thank you.
It will sag and you will have to plump everyday, the sales team in harveys will not say this, but it must be done as the interiors are rubbish, it will constantly look a mess,
The interiors are plumped in store approx 10 times a day, every time a deal is done they wait till you leave then plump up the interiors again.

Sorry, are you talking about the fibre filled ones only, or, are you on about the upgraded ones in Harveys that have foam in the middle and are then covered/wrapped in a thinner layer of fibre (like a sandwich effect - foam in the middle)?
#16
ashmac
clarissaroberts
I had this sofa crap !! it's fibre filled cushions n seats n go flat unless u puff them every 5 mins so cold from me
I made this mistake lots of time
Anyone buying a sofa always ask them to upgrade the cousins to foam blocks instead. Cost me about £150 extra but the sofa looks good for years ..fibre just dips

But I'm happy with my cousins, have had them from birth and to be honest I don't have any complaints?
#17
Sophiasky
rtmlk
Sophiasky
On the description it says foam and fibre seats - I was shown a block of this in Harveys today - appears to be a deep layer of foam in the centre with a shallower layer of fibre wrapped around the outside. Harveys charge £120 for this upgrade. They did not offer me foam only as they said the seats were either fibre or a mix of the two - has anybody bought one from Harveys that has this mix - I'm planning on buying one of their sofas in the sale and was hoping that this type (foam in middle and surrounded by fibre) would not sag and need plumping up every day? Thank you.
It will sag and you will have to plump everyday, the sales team in harveys will not say this, but it must be done as the interiors are rubbish, it will constantly look a mess,
The interiors are plumped in store approx 10 times a day, every time a deal is done they wait till you leave then plump up the interiors again.
Sorry, are you talking about the fibre filled ones only, or, are you on about the upgraded ones in Harveys that have foam in the middle and are then covered/wrapped in a thinner layer of fibre (like a sandwich effect - foam in the middle)?
Any interior that has a fibre top or feather fibre fill, will go baggy in weeks the only way to get round this is purchasew with the crap interiors then purchase the interiors seperate from a UK company.
http://www.foamforhomestore.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=182&product_id=156

Edited By: rtmlk on Dec 30, 2016 22:20: addition of UK link
#18
I have had a feather filled leather corner sofa from dfs for 15 years and brought 3 kids up, my friend has got it now and it still looks in good condition
#19
Spamela
I have had a feather filled leather corner sofa from dfs for 15 years and brought 3 kids up, my friend has got it now and it still looks in good condition
was it the Hemingway?
#20
rtmlk
Sophiasky
rtmlk
Sophiasky
On the description it says foam and fibre seats - I was shown a block of this in Harveys today - appears to be a deep layer of foam in the centre with a shallower layer of fibre wrapped around the outside. Harveys charge £120 for this upgrade. They did not offer me foam only as they said the seats were either fibre or a mix of the two - has anybody bought one from Harveys that has this mix - I'm planning on buying one of their sofas in the sale and was hoping that this type (foam in middle and surrounded by fibre) would not sag and need plumping up every day? Thank you.
It will sag and you will have to plump everyday, the sales team in harveys will not say this, but it must be done as the interiors are rubbish, it will constantly look a mess,
The interiors are plumped in store approx 10 times a day, every time a deal is done they wait till you leave then plump up the interiors again.
Sorry, are you talking about the fibre filled ones only, or, are you on about the upgraded ones in Harveys that have foam in the middle and are then covered/wrapped in a thinner layer of fibre (like a sandwich effect - foam in the middle)?
Any interior that has a fibre top or feather fibre fill, will go baggy in weeks the only way to get round this is purchasew with the crap interiors then purchase the interiors seperate from a UK company.http://www.foamforhomestore.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=182&product_id=156

I've had a look at the link that you sent me, but can you explain to me what the numbers mean, ie 39/120, 50/135, etc - I would not want a density of foam that is really hard to sit on? Thank you.

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