LIVARNO Storage Bench £26.99 at LIDL
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LIVARNO Storage Bench £26.99 at LIDL

£26.99LIDL Deals
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Found 3rd Aug 2015
Robust and stable with a hinged lid, providing ample storage space for bedrooms or living areas
Capacity (L): 50
Size (cm): H43 x W88 x D38
Max. load (kg): 100
3 year manufacturer's warranty

In stores from 10th August
- steevieboy4u

60 Comments

is this a good price...?

I like the look of this, what is it made of?

Any other colour choices?

Looks a great bench..... I am nipping to Lidl this morning so will find out what its made from and if other colours are available.

This bench available to buy in stores from 10th August

is that the only way? id love to get one today

Cookiexo1

is that the only way? id love to get one today



I'm afraid so unless you have a time machine handy..... ;-)

Nk74

Looks a great bench..... I am nipping to Lidl this morning so will find … Looks a great bench..... I am nipping to Lidl this morning so will find out what its made from and if other colours are available.


if you go on lidl website it will tell you all info plus if at your nearest store i even have the mobile App

kelcurls

if you go on lidl website it will tell you all info plus if at your … if you go on lidl website it will tell you all info plus if at your nearest store i even have the mobile App



I can't see what it's made of there can you ?

deb8z

I can't see what it's made of there can you ?


will look for you and get back to you

Have had one for about 2 years. We use it to keep duvet covers and sheets and it probably only holds about two complete sets. It's small but very robust. I use it to sit on while putting on my shoes and stand on it sometimes to get stuff down from the top of a wardrobe. Still looks as new as the day we got it.

It's good, but it's tiny. Think of. It more as a children's bench. But it's beautiful. I have however noticed the laminate covering gas started warping in one area, and we've treated ours with alot of care in the year that we've had it. I Def wouldn't say it was worth 30 though.

On Facebook they have failed to mention it's not available until August 10th & people are dashing out oO X)

fmhm

It's good, but it's tiny. Think of. It more as a children's bench. But … It's good, but it's tiny. Think of. It more as a children's bench. But it's beautiful. I have however noticed the laminate covering gas started warping in one area, and we've treated ours with alot of care in the year that we've had it. I Def wouldn't say it was worth 30 though.



It's not exactly tiny,it's a similar size to an ottoman I already have,I doubt many Adults will be sitting on this indoors,surely that's more of a novelty feature,it's more for storage I would imagine than sitting on

looks nice for my hallway shoe corner

fmhm did yours not come with a 3 year warranty? If so then take it back and get another!
Edited by: "Dolallylala" 4th Aug 2015

will be picking one up. been looking for something to store the toys in seeing as we are getting rid of little ones play pen. this should be spot on.

clairehunt

I like the look of this, what is it made of?



My guess would be mdf.

I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.

ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.

Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information.

I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretenses

Lidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time received a Europarks fine for failing to give your car registration at the till, given you'd be able to prove each visit with a till receipt.

Edited by: "tightar5e" 4th Aug 2015

Nk74

Looks a great bench..... I am nipping to Lidl this morning so will find … Looks a great bench..... I am nipping to Lidl this morning so will find out what its made from and if other colours are available.



Cool

tightar5e

I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It … I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information. I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretensesLidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time received a Europarks fine for failing to give your car registration at the till, given you'd be able to prove each visit with a till receipt.



Hope you picked up plenty of tin-foil on your last visit to make a hat out of...

akersj

Hope you picked up plenty of tin-foil on your last visit to make a hat … Hope you picked up plenty of tin-foil on your last visit to make a hat out of...



Yes sure you would!

Bal

I'm afraid so unless you have a time machine handy..... ;-)



Available from 6th August in Ireland so time machine not necessary!

Rock Kick-Ass

Available from 6th August in Ireland so time machine not necessary!



Its only the 4th August so a time machine is still required

simate

Its only the 4th August so a time machine is still required



Takes 2 days for messages to get to ireland, so they're actually 4 days away from buying this

robinp

[quote=akersj][quote=tightar5e] I was asked for my car registration at … [quote=akersj][quote=tightar5e] I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information. I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretensesLidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time [quote=tightar5e]I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information. I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretensesLidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time received a Europarks fine for failing to give your car registration at the till, given you'd be able to prove each visit with a till receipt.


same in my local. as a picture of your car is already being taken entering and leaving the car park what's the problem with telling them your registration number as all you are doing is confirming that you are using their car park to shop at their shop. if you are that bothered then pay by cash or park somewhere else.

any way tempted by this chest for bedding or maybe hats scarf's and gloves in the hall hmmm. hot

Toybhoy

Have had one for about 2 years. We use it to keep duvet covers and … Have had one for about 2 years. We use it to keep duvet covers and sheets and it probably only holds about two complete sets. It's small but very robust. I use it to sit on while putting on my shoes and stand on it sometimes to get stuff down from the top of a wardrobe. Still looks as new as the day we got it.



Is it made of wood please?

tightar5e

I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It … I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information. I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretensesLidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time received a Europarks fine for failing to give your car registration at the till, given you'd be able to prove each visit with a till receipt.



I stray a bit, but ANPR is very active in Romford EVERY SUNDAY! They are going round and round and one van driver literally had his van towed after an hour's saga with a police van (with loads of uniformed people in it, as if watching a drama unfolding!) outside my house!

aym280

Is it made of wood please?



I think it's MDF.

tightar5e

I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It … I was asked for my car registration at the till in Lidl last night. It slightly threw me, I for one was hesitant about giving about private information, but also because of the situation - at a till surrounded by a lot of other people. A Car registration is not in itself private but a car registration linked to me personally is.ANPR is bad enough, but its the vehicle that is been tracked, not the individual. Here, you're directly linking the customers shopping to the vehicle they drive / DVLA information. Its seems like a fishing expedition for a information to sell, first and foremost to Europarks, but plenty others too.Lidl must be getting paid to collect this information. I don't see what authority they have to even ask for it, seems a damn cheek to me. And if they are using this information for marketing purposes, they are asking for the information under false pretensesLidl are setting themselves up. I think you'd have a pretty good case for harassment if you shopped there everyday, and each time received a Europarks fine for failing to give your car registration at the till, given you'd be able to prove each visit with a till receipt.


Should have said you walked ... that would throw them!

Folks, this is available in Lidl Northern Ireland from this Thursday 6th August 2015.

Toybhoy

I think it's MDF.



Thanks. Looks very nice!

EN1GMA

will be picking one up. been looking for something to store the toys in … will be picking one up. been looking for something to store the toys in seeing as we are getting rid of little ones play pen. this should be spot on.[/quote[quote=EN1GMA]will be picking one up. been looking for something to store the toys in seeing as we are getting rid of little ones play pen. this should be spot on.


Confirmation this item is tiny for the price. Hope this link helps you decide
lidl-service.com/cps…AJE

http://www.lidl-
service.com/cps…AJE

Available from this morning (10th) nationwide.
My Lidl store is tiny and they had 20 in stock.
Excellent value for money!

Thank you for posting.
Arrived for opening time at 8am this morning and my store only had 1!!!
Haha glad I went out in the rain!
Typical cornwall lol

Is the bench depth enough to store duvets and pillows? thnx

bulktrans

Is the bench depth enough to store duvets and pillows? thnx


Tiny! Made of wood, mdf base, robust. Great for child's room, better used for blankets rather than duvet or you use a vacuum bag first then you'd have chance of it fitting. Great looking piece of furniture. By now it should come in a choice of sizes. Quick to ensemble easy DIY!

Got from Aldi near Chessington about 10 in stock - great stuff - perfect as a shoe bench

I got one of these today to store my daughters toys, really pleased with it. It's a nice looking piece of furniture and solid too. Bigger than the one I have in her bedroom, which cost me over £50!

mummyroberts

I got one of these today to store my daughters toys, really pleased with … I got one of these today to store my daughters toys, really pleased with it. It's a nice looking piece of furniture and solid too. Bigger than the one I have in her bedroom, which cost me over £50!


mummyroberts

I got one of these today to store my daughters toys, really pleased with … I got one of these today to store my daughters toys, really pleased with it. It's a nice looking piece of furniture and solid too. Bigger than the one I have in her bedroom, which cost me over £50!


Lol bigger then one you had. What was it "A Cat Basket" with a lid? Clearly more money then sense. This is not exactly cheap for what your getting by any means!! Glad your sorted now that's all that matters & breath x
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