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Argos Home 12m 3 Tier Indoor Clothes Airer - £7.50 / 14m 3 Tier for £10.50 @ Argos (free C&C)
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Argos Home 12m 3 Tier Indoor Clothes Airer - £7.50 / 14m 3 Tier for £10.50 @ Argos (free C&C)

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Argos Home 14m 3 Tier Indoor Clothes Airer £10.50 was £14

Wash. Hang. Dry. Done. Ideal for a student away at university or a couple in their first home, this airer has the capacity to air one wash load. Folds flat easily for convenient storage.

  • Total drying space 12m.
  • Drying capacity 10kg.
  • Holds 1 wash load.
  • Size when open: H110, W59, D51.5cm.
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Seriously you don't want one of these, they are pants! It may be 12m but it is laid out very badly. Spend a few more quid and get something like this

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Once again another bargain ! Good job
Good price. Just paid £9 for a very similar one from Wilko which I thought was cheap (compared to the £25 Minky one it replaced!). Heat.
Bill_Carr_PH02/10/2019 11:34

Good price. Just paid £9 for a very similar one from Wilko which I thought …Good price. Just paid £9 for a very similar one from Wilko which I thought was cheap (compared to the £25 Minky one it replaced!). Heat.


This is a brilliant price
can the stack be broken down into 3 parts?
Excellent, apur.
Seriously you don't want one of these, they are pants! It may be 12m but it is laid out very badly. Spend a few more quid and get something like this

argos.co.uk/pro…856
That metalwork looks flimsy, looks like it'll bend out off shape in no time with a family wash load, I'll steer clear. £15 gets you a decent tube frame airer.
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 3rd Oct
It's rubbish, I bought one a few months back but the joints/hinge is very weak and very thin metal so bends and is likely to break soon
Heat added bargain
Very poor quality have had one of these before
Thanks have heat just ordered 14m one ideal for the colder weather not hanging clothes up
davemhaynes03/10/2019 06:13

That metalwork looks flimsy, looks like it'll bend out off shape in no …That metalwork looks flimsy, looks like it'll bend out off shape in no time with a family wash load, I'll steer clear. £15 gets you a decent tube frame airer.


What do you even mean by that statement? Elaborate and give some examples for £15 please
abhijitdash12303/10/2019 13:07

What do you even mean by that statement? Elaborate and give some examples …What do you even mean by that statement? Elaborate and give some examples for £15 please

If you insist - I have two of these for a family - hotukdeals.com/deals/minky-plus-21m-3-tier-indoor-clothes-airer-with-flip-outs-for-14-at-george-free-cc-3303973 under £15 carries much more clothes and weight (21 metres over this 14m) and is tubular frame so stronger. If you live on your own or as a couple you might get away with this metal bar frame airer. I hope that helps.
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 3rd Oct
abhijitdash12303/10/2019 13:07

What do you even mean by that statement? Elaborate and give some examples …What do you even mean by that statement? Elaborate and give some examples for £15 please


No stock of that and how do you know its tubular and better? Reviews on amazon shows some poor reviews on quality!
abhijitdash12303/10/2019 13:16

No stock of that and how do you know its tubular and better? Reviews on …No stock of that and how do you know its tubular and better? Reviews on amazon shows some poor reviews on quality!


I've owned both. This one went camping. Buy and find out yourself. Luckily it's not big pennies. Happy HUKD 🖖
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 3rd Oct
Just a heads up. It's extremely small. I tend to just use it for socks, underwear and the odd t-shirt that I can't fit on the bigger one I have. Might do a student but I would still recommend buying two if it's really needed.
Avoid this, it's so crap, pay the extra and get a good one trust me I learned my lesson lol
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