Kariba Solid wood King Bed - Tesco Direct -64% off was £250.00 now £90.00
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Kariba Solid wood King Bed - Tesco Direct -64% off was £250.00 now £90.00

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Found 25th Jan 2012
Looks like a decent bed, good price!!!

The Kariba king bed is a contemporary bed with a solid wood frame in wood-effect finish. The headboard has stylish leather-effect panel detail.
The Kariba comes with a sprung slatted base and requires self-assembly. The mattress needs to be bought separately.

Use voucher code TDX-7PKF for this price
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£95 Delivered? Or am I missing something?
Coming up £100....
1984Bu

Coming up £100....




OP put "Use voucher code TDX-7PKF for this price"

But delivery is £5
Not a bad price if you can fit a kingsize bed in your bedroom but "wood effect" finish means acrylic paint and "leather effect panel" means plastic so not the best quality. A Wilko Faux (plastic) double bed was hot at £80 so this deal looks as good.
Edited by: "Sharpe" 25th Jan 2012

Solid wood. That's the best kind, IMHO.

Sharpe

Not a bad price if you can fit a kingsize bed in your bedroom ...

Well yes, we wouldn't want folk voting cold just cos they had small bedrooms, would we?
CoenFan

Solid wood. That's the best kind, IMHO.Well yes, we wouldn't want folk … Solid wood. That's the best kind, IMHO.Well yes, we wouldn't want folk voting cold just cos they had small bedrooms, would we?



Did I say I voted cold based on the size? No I didn't, so get off your high horse.
Wood effect, leather effect?

No thanks

Sharpe

Did I say I voted cold based on the size? No I didn't, so get off your … Did I say I voted cold based on the size? No I didn't, so get off your high horse.


Get over yourself. It was just a throwaway gag.

Wow - this is a touchy thread.

solid wood frame in wood-effect finish



Is that not an oxymoron?
Edited by: "beterthanlife" 26th Jan 2012
in my California king bed
bewear when having any bed from tesco there main suport i got was rubbish wood i sent bed back and had another one same thing happend ended up with full refund
Looks a bit cheap to me. Especially the faux leather on the headboard...
crumpo

Looks a bit cheap to me. Especially the faux leather on the headboard...



Was going to say the same, maybe solid wood doesn't look the best built.

SharpeCoenFan Solid wood. That's the best kind, IMHO.Sharpe Not a bad … SharpeCoenFan Solid wood. That's the best kind, IMHO.Sharpe Not a bad price if you can fit a kingsize bed in your bedroom ...Well yes, we wouldn't want folk voting cold just cos they had small bedrooms, would we?Did I say I voted cold based on the size? No I didn't, so get off your high horse.Get over yourself. It was just a throwaway gag.



hahaha

but seriously....it doesn't look good....fake leather AND fake wood?
looks like someone got out of the wrong side of their bed this morning...

a-thankya, I do weddings, bar mizvahs and funerals
Wooden beds are way too squeeky, especially when diddlin, good price though
Great deal and one ordered. Heat+
"solid wood frame in wood-effect finish"
That kills it for me I'm afraid.
great deal , ****
looks too flimsy for me look at those skinny legs. Would probably break the thing when the girlfriend comes over (the bed I mean not the girlfriend...)
alexytin

looks too flimsy for me look at those skinny legs. Would probably break … looks too flimsy for me look at those skinny legs. Would probably break the thing when the girlfriend comes over (the bed I mean not the girlfriend...)


Why is she a big lass! lol (_;)
Good price for a King bed but personally I would'nt bother with this deal, and the RRP is massively inflated.

I ordered a 'solid wood' bed from Tesco for £150 9 months or so back and it came broken, but the complaint is not that (these things happen) but the quality was absolutely awful. It was cheap, poor quality controls, the wood was not even dry - it was not going to last.

IMO your much better off buying a better quality one for £60-70 more - will save you in the long run.
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