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Computer Desk, Only £12 reduced from £27.50 "instore" @ Asda
Computer Desk, Only £12 reduced from £27.50 "instore" @ Asda

Computer Desk, Only £12 reduced from £27.50 "instore" @ Asda

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Got this in Asda living wrexham the other day.
Decent quality PC Desk for only £12

can be seen direct.asda.com/Val…tml
in-store only and not sure if it is nationwide

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Says OOS now, shame my son could of done with one of those....

Several hundred pounds worth of hardware on £12 of weak chipboard - be my guest!

"decent quality" my ass.


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hotuklols

Several hundred pounds worth of hardware on £12 of weak chipboard - be my … Several hundred pounds worth of hardware on £12 of weak chipboard - be my guest!"decent quality" my ass.



Its good quality actually

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zipgun

Says OOS now, shame my son could of done with one of those....



Asda living in wrexham had about 10 of them
Clearing out for christmas me thinks

ive got this desk! really good! looks expensive! i got it for 24pounds!

It is £25, not £12

I picked on up last week for £7.50 in Asda Hull, Kingswood. It had a yellow reduced sticker on rather than the barcode on the computer being reduced.

quality is garbage but for £7.50 i'm not too fussed.

great price, although i dont have an asda near me unfortunatly

I bought one of these about a year ago for around £15, does the job and pretty good quality imo.

Is this light enough to be carried home? (assuming it's flat-packed)

hotuklols

Several hundred pounds worth of hardware on £12 of weak chipboard - be my … Several hundred pounds worth of hardware on £12 of weak chipboard - be my guest!"decent quality" my ass.



+1

been there and done it. The chipboard is like donkey's feed and doesn't clean very well, after a short time the backing/coating starts fading away. Even at the reduced price i wouldn't advice it, waste of money really. Spend £50 upwards on a desk and it'll last you for years.

popoyaya

Is this light enough to be carried home? (assuming it's flat-packed)



I've thrown the box out but it's at least 10-15kg. I wouldn't try to walk with it unless you can borrow something with wheels

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wallacejbj

+1been there and done it. The chipboard is like donkey's feed and doesn't … +1been there and done it. The chipboard is like donkey's feed and doesn't clean very well, after a short time the backing/coating starts fading away. Even at the reduced price i wouldn't advice it, waste of money really. Spend £50 upwards on a desk and it'll last you for years.



Got to be honest,
I had a desk before this which was £35 quid and 10x worse quality, the desk is actually strong, im shocked myself

Superman999

Got to be honest,I had a desk before this which was £35 quid and 10x … Got to be honest,I had a desk before this which was £35 quid and 10x worse quality, the desk is actually strong, im shocked myself



I'm glad you had that experience, i however didn't unfortunately, It does feel strong when built up, just warning those about the problems with the fading and eroding of the coating which fades after a few months that all.

I hope yours doesn't end up like that. I might just have had a bad production line.

Even if yours does go bad who cares though! Got it cheap enough, then just go out and buy another.

Just my opinion tho. Good deal in my opinion. Everyone to their own. You either win or lose. But at £12 who cares lol
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