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Sagan - Metal Toilet Roll Holder- reduced to 10p - IKEA Southampton

£0.10 @ IKEA
I know it isn't something you are aching to own, or that there are Ikea's in easy reach of everyone, however, a good quality metal (and heavy) toilet roll holder for 10p has got to be a bit of a barga…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
I know it isn't something you are aching to own, or that there are Ikea's in easy reach of everyone, however, a good quality metal (and heavy) toilet roll holder for 10p has got to be a bit of a bargain.

I don't know how much it was at RRP (we think £4.99)

There were loads of clearance bits and bobs all over Ikea from vanity units down to a tenner, plants and 'stuff' loads of other 10p stuff as well.

Just Binged it £6.99 originally
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#1
Well it's not glamourous buts it's an excellent price.
#2
Only worth 10p, not good unit at all, magnetic seal tough to break to put a new roll on, had it on wall for 2 weeks before it came off thanks to the strength needed to put a new roll on. and space too tight for a cushioned roll.
#3
We are actually using it as a hand towel rail in the girls bathroom, and just tried pulling it apart it was OK, thanks for the warning, luckily we won't need to get it apart!
#4
billyc72
Only worth 10p, not good unit at all, magnetic seal tough to break to put a new roll on, had it on wall for 2 weeks before it came off thanks to the strength needed to put a new roll on. and space too tight for a cushioned roll.


Best thing to do with this is throw away the smaller half and use it without it.
#5
bit overpriced for ikea quality..........;-)
#6
what i've always dreamed off, will help those constipated moments!
#7
I have got one of these but can't for the life of me, figure out how to put it up!:?
#8
I have this in my bathroom and think it serves the purpose.
Only problem is when the wall gets condensation the poo roll gets soggy on the side touching the wall. Magnetic part is strong but not too strong and fine even if you're weak but it wont fall apart this way so its good.

For 10p it is deffo HOT, I know i paid more!
#9
billyc72
Only worth 10p, not good unit at all, magnetic seal tough to break to put a new roll on, had it on wall for 2 weeks before it came off thanks to the strength needed to put a new roll on. and space too tight for a cushioned roll.


I've got 2 of these, at first I thought the same as you, but then I realized what I was doing wrong....

You have to pull where the magnet is, then it opens up no problem. If you keep pulling at the top then you will have problems.

Once I realized this I've had no problems whatsover.....been up for 2 years with no problems whatsoever :thumbsup:
#10
These are very easy to put up - only 1 screw needed.

They are also very good quality. Very heavy when held.

HOT!
#11
Oh my god this is my exact toilet roll holder. Can't remember what I paid but more than 10p.

It is forever falling out of the wall - i hadn't put two and two together before that the reason for this was the "relatively hard" process of opening it up. Even pulling at the magnet end, it is a damn strong magnet.

Well worth ten pence. Magnet mechanism is a major design floor, pity as it is a chunky nice thing otherwise..
#12
I t looks like it would double as a door knocker, without loo roll of course

:whistling:
#13
10p ??? Are you SH!TIN' me ??


:p
#14
Cyrus
10p ??? Are you SH!TIN' me ??


:p


God that really is toilet humour:thumbsup:

daughter wants to choose a smilie:friends:
#15
Here's a tip to stop it falling off. The flat surface that the grub screw tightens onto has no indentation or lip so the screw has nothing to stop it sliding off as soon as it slightly works loose

I took mine off and drilled a slight indentation into that flat surface so the grub screw now has a lip that it sits within/behind. Did the same on the towel rail version which also used to fall off every couple of weeks.

Problem solved but I suspect that this slight design fault is the reason they're flogging them cheap.
#16
We've got these and we think they're great.
Do not understand why people having problems pulling them apart - Grasp the handle with your palm and push the bracket part away with your fingers. Easy.
Very good quality IMO

10p??? Flamin' Hot
#17
We've got these at our house. THey are TERRIBLE. They fall continiously.... Though with a little superglue it's all good
#18
Yeah seems like too much hassle really. like the open ended ones.
#19
Rubbish.
They are poorly made and fall apart .
One cheesey allen screw holds the top together.
#20
Don't know if all you people here have wanky walls, or dodgy alan keys? Have bought at least three of these, and never had a problem :-?

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