Minky Ergo ironing board 122x38cm, £25 with eCoupon @ Tesco direct click+collect
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Minky Ergo ironing board 122x38cm, £25 with eCoupon @ Tesco direct click+collect

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Found 7th Oct 2015
I have been keeping an eye for this ironing board for while and this price is the cheapest that I have seen. Normally sale for around £45.

eCoupon code TDX-HKNP until 07/10/2015

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Just bought one a few weeks back and it's rubbish.
InTheKnow444

Just bought one a few weeks back and it's rubbish.



The reviews would mostly disagree with you.
I've had one for about six months and it really isn't very good. Very wobbly regardless of what type of surface it's on, as the legs are uneven. Even at this price I would not recommend getting one.
I bought one of these last year and it warped so Tesco replaced it and that warped too
I've had one for about 3 months now and it does the job fine. doesn't wobble. not warped so far and seems to be a good ironing board. I paid £35 for it and I think it is worth that price, good size, good height.
So for £25 it's a good deal, considering all the other ones in this price range are crap supermarket budget brands or small sizes.
I've had mine for four years so far and haven't had to change a thing yet :-)
That's missus crimbo pressie sorted. She's also warped so she has more in common with the ironing board than me.
Yep, I have one of these. Flimsy, wobbly and warped. I think you're better off spending a couple of quid more and getting one of these (if you can find stock!)

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Bought the wife one ages ago and still going strong .
Got one last week for £28 delivered from Worldstores.

First impression was that it was cheaper quality than expected. Print and design on the cover was first tip off. Used it once, total junk. Slightest pressure will have it wobble. Will actually slide on a wooden floor with moderate push of the iron because of the cheap shiny hard plastic caps on the legs. Cheap as chips design and materials throughout now that I've had a proper look at it. This is one of the cash in models where they use the brand name and a slightly pricey but not shocking RRP to lure people in. 'Discount' it and people will jump on it. Really it's worth as much as the £15 jobs you get on eBay. The black styling does well at making it look expensive in the pics too. Well played marketing guys.

Anyway, got suckered. Wouldn't get it again if I had the choice and no way I'm going through the hassle of returning an ironing board. (_;)
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 7th Oct 2015
Yep got one to. First one got replaced within 4 weeks as had rust down the legs. But just kept replacement. Bit wobbly and not worth it. Minky brand has gone down a few notches in my mind.
Anybody know if you can still get the Keter Lotus Deluxe Ironing board? Lost one during a move and not had anything near that quality since.
Please don't buy it. I have it now and it's really bad
Absolutely dire. Replaced by a Brabantia after wobbling and warping became unbearable.

Lx
Who has time to iron?
Was looking at this but after reading the reviews from here I think I'll go for the brabantia. Thanks
thanks for the comments, was looking for an ironing board and clearly this is a bad buy!
I got a Keter ironing board from Argos. Really pleased with it, did anyone else get one too?
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got my Minky from Morrisons for £20.

It's too lightweight/flexes up and down and Wobbles

Very poor
Thanks for the reviews - avoided
Yes I swerved this one as well
As others said, quite a poor board. We sent two back as it wobbled worse than jelly. The third was refunded and I just jammed some of the wrapping into the feet after removing the cap..stable now.
saf789

I've had one for about 3 months now and it does the job fine. doesn't … I've had one for about 3 months now and it does the job fine. doesn't wobble. not warped so far and seems to be a good ironing board. I paid £35 for it and I think it is worth that price, good size, good height. So for £25 it's a good deal, considering all the other ones in this price range are crap supermarket budget brands or small sizes.



Exactly this! couldn't agree more. Happy with mine and had it at least 2 years. For £25 you won't get better.
Sly old foxy stoaty stoat. Slinky minky...
EXPIRE - code expired yesterday so did the deal
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