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Argos Home Kensington 4 Dr 2 Drw Mirror Wardrobe - Oak Eff/Grey/Ivory - £182.49 @ Argos (+£6.95 P&P)
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Argos Home Kensington 4 Dr 2 Drw Mirror Wardrobe - Oak Eff/Grey/Ivory - £182.49 @ Argos (+£6.95 P&P)

£189.44£364.9948%Argos Deals
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Posted 5th Jul
Half price. Looks like a lot of wardrobe for under 200 quid. Grey and Ivory also available.
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I like this - we've been looking for something like this recently.

Not a bad price at all, heat added
Wonder what the quality of these are like
Other colours are also available but I would like this in white white...
Paint it white. Before anyone comments on it not being white 🤪
DodgeySolenoid06/07/2019 11:36

Paint it white. Before anyone comments on it not being white 🤪


To late somebodies already asked for white
Went for the ivory one. Ideal, just what I need to fill a gap :-)
Edited by: "lmulli" 6th Jul
Just built the Canterbury similar with shelf and more mouldings. Took 2 competent diyers 10 hours to build.
Must be questionable quality if Argos have it in the sale. Always been my experience with them
frankie1g06/07/2019 13:45

Just built the Canterbury similar with shelf and more mouldings. Took 2 …Just built the Canterbury similar with shelf and more mouldings. Took 2 competent diyers 10 hours to build.


Took 2 of us 6.5 hours to assemble 3 door capella
these are cheap for a reason, I bought a similar wardrobe from Argos took two people 6 hours to assemble. within a few months the bolts started to loosen and come off. the drawer base came off and so on, We ended up regularly tightening those bolts and drawer bases!
"Oak Effect"

"Was £365 smackers".

Righto.
Only 50cm deep. Probably better suited as a child’s wardrobe.
Thanks for posting @leeds85 we have added this to today's Highlights page
andywedge06/07/2019 18:40

Thanks for posting @leeds85 we have added this to today's Highlights page


Is this to warn everyone ? Lol
Had one of these in the past. Questionable quality, both in terms of wood and fittings. Definately not for long term use. Will start falling apart soon. For long term more solid use I would suggest investing a little more money and getting a less 'disposable' one.
If you do go for it. Make sure you fix it to the wall. Unless you like wobble in your wardrobes
Had a similar thing off Argos in the past. Absolutely shocking quality. Drawers take minimal weight. Distorts under it's own weight so the doors don't close properly. Doors pull themselves put of the hinges after a while, too heavy for the fixings in the chipboard to hold.

Theh put us on when we moved in our first house skint, but I would never subsequently buy a piece of furniture from Argos.
Donald__Trump06/07/2019 16:46

these are cheap for a reason, I bought a similar wardrobe from Argos took …these are cheap for a reason, I bought a similar wardrobe from Argos took two people 6 hours to assemble. within a few months the bolts started to loosen and come off. the drawer base came off and so on, We ended up regularly tightening those bolts and drawer bases!



i always re-enforce with loads of PVA glue.
the grey one looks sweet, thanks!
Its from cardboard. Wouldnt pay £10 for it
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