Minky 3 Tier Airer for £14 @ Asda George free Click & Collect
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Minky 3 Tier Airer for £14 @ Asda George free Click & Collect

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Posted 31st Oct
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The Minky 3 Tier indoor airer is made from extra strong tubular steel, so it remains safe and stable even when fully loaded with wet laundry. This airer offers 15 metres of hanging space comprising of 26 rungs plus shaped corners to additionally hold 4 hangers. When the airer is opened, the double sided auto-lock mechanism clicks securely into position allowing the airer to be repositioned safely without fear of collapse. The non-slip feet give extra stability and prevent damage to floors. Whilst not in use the airer folds away neatly for storage, ready to be used again.

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This is so rubbish. We have the purple colour. The clothes get tightly packed, and long things like dresses and trousers hang over the other wet clothes, so the clothes take even longer to dry. It's only good for short thin stuff.
Agree this style of clothes airer is the worst
Had these previously and the the metal legs just get bent so easily.
Try and get wooden ones. I'm sure they're out there somewhere :-)
Had mine for years and it's still like new and yes it's used regular!
lanabanana01/11/2019 22:13

Had mine for years and it's still like new and yes it's used regular!


How much load do you put on it, think people overload it and it buckles under excess weight unless it's just poorly made. I'm waiting for a possible BF sale on the ones that have the fold out bits for hangers.
The range do one for a tenner
In poundstrecther for £8.69
Quality Saver for £9.99
B&M for 12.99
Nus.31/10/2019 21:05

This is so rubbish. We have the purple colour. The clothes get tightly …This is so rubbish. We have the purple colour. The clothes get tightly packed, and long things like dresses and trousers hang over the other wet clothes, so the clothes take even longer to dry. It's only good for short thin stuff.


Ah purple, that explains it, pink ones much much better dry my elephant on that.(confused)
Sherbat01/11/2019 22:20

How much load do you put on it, think people overload it and it buckles …How much load do you put on it, think people overload it and it buckles under excess weight unless it's just poorly made. I'm waiting for a possible BF sale on the ones that have the fold out bits for hangers.


Guys these are very sturdy and strong even if u put a lot of stuff on (as we do). But my issue is that it's annoying for trousers and dresses because the rungs/poles are so close to each other, that all the clothes overlap and take longer to dry
hisqwertyness02/11/2019 06:24

Ah purple, that explains it, pink ones much much better dry my elephant on …Ah purple, that explains it, pink ones much much better dry my elephant on that.(confused)


Guys these are very sturdy and strong even if u put a lot of stuff on (as we do). But my issue is that it's annoying for trousers and dresses because the rungs/poles are so close to each other, that all the clothes overlap and take longer to dry
Is this any better quality than the slightly bigger Addis 16 metre version in Argos for £15?
These are great as snake jungle gyms 🐍
Sherbat01/11/2019 22:20

How much load do you put on it, think people overload it and it buckles …How much load do you put on it, think people overload it and it buckles under excess weight unless it's just poorly made. I'm waiting for a possible BF sale on the ones that have the fold out bits for hangers.


Wouldn't say it's poorly made,like I say it's had alot of use over the years , personally I dont put jeans or hoodies on it , only because they take too long, they go other places !!
Had this one broke within 2 months and we didn’t even hang heavy items just baby clothes.
mikeizz02/11/2019 08:05

Is this any better quality than the slightly bigger Addis 16 metre version …Is this any better quality than the slightly bigger Addis 16 metre version in Argos for £15?


Yes. the Minky range is much better quality than the tat you get from Poundstretcher etc for £10. The metal is thicker gauge so less likely to bend.
I bought this for about £6, reduced in Asda last year. Compared to my previous one, I noticed straight away the horizontal rungs were so close together that clothes touched each other. For £6, I can't really complain, but I'd shop around at £14 unless desperate.
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