Rose Arch half price, was £14.99, now only £7.49 + Buy on Get on Free - so 2 for £7.49 @ Argos!! - HotUKDeals
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Good deal for gardeners - less than £3.75 each!

Sturdy and easy to assemble.

Made from steel tubing with durable connectors.

Size (H)230, (W)110, (D)30cm.

Arch is secured into the ground by approx 20cm, overall height when assembled and secured is 210cm approx.

Buy one Rose Arch (721/8118) and get another one free. To receive this offer add both items to trolley. Offer ends 25th July 2008.
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#1
What a fantastic deal, shame our garden couldnt take even one of these, even so for those that can a great deal and for those that can only take one, well a good freebie for a relative.

With our rose climber spreading across the fence at a seemingly fast rate of 1 inch per day lol this is the time to get this entwined with a rose climber.
#2
Great deal, reserved
#3
Nice find.

Got mine reserved. Thanks.

Heat Added.
#4
Great find will be ideal for the grapes to grow up (yes grapes can grow outdoors in this country - not sure of type as they grew from composted grapes), give a lovely black grape crop in summer.
[mod]#5
reserved mine voted hot thanks
#6
Nice find
#7
seen the same sort of thing reduced in wolworths (cheltenham) to £3.95 could be usefull if you need just 1
#8
Great deal.... my 3 yr old daughter loves playing in the garden. Just need to get a 'mile a minute' clematis to make it into a magical doorway!!!!
#9
Great deal! Just wondering if it could withstand my grapevine
#10
Thank you! I've got a wandering grape vine too... it does say "sturdy"...! I'll put them both together to make a 60cm deep arch.
#11
£3.50 aldi
#12
Really? Don't see it on the website, not to mention the fact that you can't reserve it so it's very likely you'll have a wasted journey (and you're much more likely to be near an Argos than an Aldi).
#13
pibpob
Thank you! I've got a wandering grape vine too... it does say "sturdy"...! I'll put them both together to make a 60cm deep arch.


great idea!
#14
these cheap things are rubbish paid £29 for one from Argos and its blown over in the wind and its got rust on it after only a week , granted its a metal one....but not sure the above will be much better.

They also claimed it was heavy duty and sturdy and put 4 tinly little metal plug to hold it down with , what a joke that was.
#15
Can anyone tell me the size of the box it comes in, will i be able to carry them on a bus ;)
#16
Great, thanks
#17
helenmyers;2342361
Can anyone tell me the size of the box it comes in, will i be able to carry them on a bus ;)

Sould be fine , mine one was light as a feather , warn u though they rust really easy and it blew all down my garden and its just a load of junk in my eyes , feels cheap and looks cheap
The metal pegs they give u are a joke and come out of the ground really easy....
#18
I strongly recommend that you do not buy one of these. I did so a while back and before long it started to go rusty and after a while it rusted through and fell over.
#19
Really ! some people never listen
#20
Good Deal :thumbsup:

If only i had a garden like the one in the picture ..... :whistling:
#21
I don't know whether to bother going to pick mine up now after the comments above. Rusty after a week? blowing over? :?
[mod]#22
Fab deal !! :thumbsup:
#23
my sister had this.....and it rusted and blew down, she has opted for a new wooden one this year
#24
Cannot understand all the negative comments here, screw the frame together properly and make sure it is firmly attached into the ground by the 20cm that it tells you, that should be plenty sufficient to hold it in the ground, the guy who states they rust was referring also to another one that he bought not this one, this has no ground pegs, you bed in 20cm of the frame itself securely into the ground. Admittedly I am sure over time this will rust in areas but the metal has a plasticised paint coating over each of the tube sections, I am sure the screws into this will obviously rust over time, but its to be covered by whatever plant anyway isnt that the idea of these frames?! For those super keen gardeners that have prize winning gardens I am sure these won't be deemed good enough but for anyone else wanting to smarten up their garden on a budget with a nice rose climer of a Clematis and some common sense of how to pack it properly into the ground these are a great buy.

I say don't be put off for £3.75 per frame, and as for the box its very compact less than two feet long and one foot wide and lightweight and two would be easily carryable on the bus or whatever in a big Argos carrier bag.

Putting the frame together takes some time with all the screws, have assembled but not ground rooted it yet, but I am sure if you use common sense and secure it firmly making sure either soil is packed well around the 20cm depth you are meant to stick it into the ground it will not blow over, in fact you could bury it deeper than that.
#25
Yes, I wish Argos would do what Ikea do - give the package dimensions and weight.
banned#26
If I had a garden like that, I wouldn't ruin it with a cheap plastic coated metal framed arch.
#27
mabccc
If I had a garden like that, I wouldn't ruin it with a cheap plastic coated metal framed arch.



Any suggestions for anything more suitable to grow clematis and Jasmine up instead thats more suitable for an arch frame?
#28
Well heres the one that I got from Argos a few years back for the exit from my house.

This was before they stsrted to sell rubbish.

Came in a box 6ft long but too heavy for the bus.

http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/edzell/edzell/images/arch.jpg
#29
You could always use pipe brackets attached to fences, planters, low walls, etc to give some extra security/stability....

http://www.blanchford.co.uk/acatalog/0T034B_Pipe_Bracket.jpg

(Just a quick Google images job...there are quite a few plastic & metal variations)

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