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Madrid Regular Leather Sofa - Chocolate or Black £199.99 [was £499.99] or large £249.99 [was £599.99] delivered @ Argos!

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A contemporary leather faced sofa with a leather effect back. Foam-filled seated cushion and fibre-filled back and arm cushions. 50% leather on wearing surfaces and 50% PVC on sides and backs. Wood effect feet. The Madrid is suitable for everyday use.



Size: (H)77, (W)148, (D)85cm.

Weight 34kg.

Minimal assembly for legs only.

Professional dry clean only.

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    Dannon
    Also available in Black for the same price.

    Black mentioned in title, sorry, didn't read it properly.
    ibiza
    Given the ongoing court cases - I don't see Argos doing a roaring trade in leather sofas.

    Perhaps this it what is fueling the price drops?
    Chris Type R
    ibiza
    Given the ongoing court cases - I don't see Argos doing a roaring trade in leather sofas.

    Perhaps this it what is fueling the price drops?


    Care to elaborate ?

    EDIT: found this http://www.first4lawyers.com/argos-sofas-allergic-skin-reaction.php

    EDIT: And this http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/watchdog/2009/03/sofas_new_legislation.html
    STEVEWOLF
    It was on Watchdog that certain Argos leather sofas had given people allergic reactions and in some cases burnt their skin.

    It was all down to the fact that some packing gel had been left in the sofa, much like the silica gel that you find in certain items you buy, however the gel that they use in China isn't tested and no-one knew it had ingredients in which could give people such severe allergic reactions.

    Anyway, I'd avoid all Argos leather sofas like the plague until they can guarantee that they have stopped using this supplier, which, as of yet, they have refused to do.....
    bumbelbee
    i hate argos. i will never buy any furniture from them, ordered a large sofa from them, was meant to be delvered in january, then was changed to feb, then march and now after calling them they said there wont one because they stopped trading with sofa manufacture's.

    they have a sh*tty service, they took my money and didnt call me until i got in touch.
    martnb
    We have had two sofas from argos both have been of poor quality.
    Richyyy
    bumbelbee
    i hate argos. i will never buy any furniture from them, ordered a large sofa from them, was meant to be delvered in january, then was changed to feb, then march and now after calling them they said there wont one because they stopped trading with sofa manufacture's.

    they have a sh*tty service, they took my money and didnt call me until i got in touch.


    Having just been royally screwed around by Argos over a sofa ordered nearly two months ago - they waited the full 28 days to tell me it might take longer, then a few weeks later told me it had been discontinued by the manufacturer and wasn't available - I can only agree with this. There was a problem getting my order through their website in the first place as well.

    I would definitely only order if the website tells you it's available in 5 days, rather than the '28 days' or '35 days' options. The 5 days one presumably means it's actually known to be sat in a warehouse somewhere nearby and is ready for delivery; the others seem to mean there might be some chance of finding one somewhere if they get lucky, but chances are they just get to hold your money for a while before eventually giving it back.

    On related note, anyone got a cheap sofa they want to sell? ;)
    ibiza
    I am sure I saw something the other day - saying Land of Leather - who are now going broke - were insured by Zurich - who in turn say that they are about to stop honouring claims.

    So suing someone with no money and no insurance is not going to prove very fruitful.

    As there was probably a crime committed selling these (or is about to be) I wonder if you could claim driminal injuries?

    I would guess not - as the current law seems vague - and the new law could obviously not be treated as ex post facto.
    Dave-T
    We have two leather sofas from Argos (buy one get one free deal a couple of years ago) - cheap, cheerful, unbeatable value and no chemical side effects!
    studio500
    Neighbour had one, it was rubbish and of the worst quality I have ever seen.

    Good price reduction but probably still asking for more than what its worth.

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