Osaka 3 piece set (normally £440) npw £200 + £6.95 Del with code @ Argos
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Osaka 3 piece set (normally £440) npw £200 + £6.95 Del with code @ Argos

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Found 10th FebMade hot 10th Feb
Needed new wardrobe and drawers and loved the look of these in the catalogue, the prices in catalogue are:
3 door wardrobe - £249.99
4+2 drawer chest - £129.99
3 drawer bedside chest - £49.99
Total = £439.97

I then managed to find these 3 items in a set for £249.97 (link used above) and I then found a 20% off code which brought the whole set down to £200, saving a massive £239.97!!! To get the 20% off use code FURN20 (home delivery for the items is an extra £6.95)

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not sure about quality. added heat. has to be a deal.

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schnecker

not sure about quality. added heat. has to be a deal.



I will update what the quality is like on Sunday for you when they arrive

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leahmaria89

I will update what the quality is like on Sunday for you when they arrive



I ordered this set and another (the dressing table set) over a year ago and with the discount code they weren't much dearer I think both sets were £440. The quality is ok for the price but be prepared to call up customer services for damaged and missing parts. I had 4 tops sent for the dressing table as they were all damaged. In the end I just let it go as I was spending more time asking for the parts and waiting for them to be delivered than it took to put the units together. It seems the most were damaged in the post/courier due to them being poorly packaged. So I would advise to check them over before you go to work and make sure all the parts are there.

They won't last Argos furniture never does!

Self assembly of all that - no thanks.

Argos furnitures aren't very good and won't last that long. We have learnt from our mistakes.

Alright if you can't afford anything better but these flat packed furniture have really gone downhill over the years. I had a done drawers needed replacing and so I bought a set of assembled drawers from local furniture shop. I was due delivery and the shop called me up said they had already been sold to another customer before me. I'd already got rid of the broken ones at tip.
Anyway I bought a 3 piece furniture set from argos about 6 months later I gave away 2 of the pieces. The small chest wasn't too bad, they not designed by hold much. Just save save save to afford something more substantial.

I did buy some bookcases a couple years back from Ikea, they flat packed, but much better quality even though reasonably priced.

We have the Osaka bedside tables dressing table and 4+2 drawers. Decent quality but bits were missing and it took ages to build.
Edited by: "amr547" 10th Feb

The thin cardboard drawer bottom will never survive the test of my toddler, and I don't buy my furniture from Argos anymore.

Quality is crap ikea cost a bit more. Ur 10 year guaranteed no quibble refund who can beat that ?

I bought these and can honestly say these are bloody awful.

A very poorly engineered product not made to last or function.

These type of furniture are made for the wow and look factor for display and showroom purposes or film sets.

Spend a little more and buy quality.

schnecker

not sure about quality. added heat. has to be a deal.



Typical plastic/chipboard

We have 3 of these Osaka drawers bought 8 years ago, and they have survived being in a busy family house with young children in and 3 house moves. They don't have a scratch on them and are still as new, quality is good. Heat

Loving the negativity in this thread about flat packs, Argos furniture and anecdotal stories of i bought a different item once from a different shop and it was no good.
Edited by: "leeds85" 11th Feb

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leeds85

We've have 3 of these Osaka drawers bought 8 years ago, and they have … We've have 3 of these Osaka drawers bought 8 years ago, and they have survived being in a busy family house with young children in and 3 house moves. They don't have a scratch on them and are still as new, quality is good. HeatLoving the negativity in this thread about flat packs, Argos furniture and anecdotal stories of i bought a different item once from a different shop and it was no good.



Agreed!

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We have no choice but to get flat packed furniture as our stairs are that narrow we can't get anything up them, so everything has to be taken up and built in the bedrooms. I've had loads of flat packed furniture over the years and I've never once had a problem with it, but now after reading all these comments I'm worrying about what I've ordered. It was a very rushed moved so unfortunately I didn't have time to save nor do I have 1000's in the bank, I saw this and thought it was a good deal compared to original prices so I got it, hopefully it'll be fine once put up Xxxxx

bought some flat pack bedroom furniture from Argos a couple years ago solid pine they were, but as thin and light as match boxes, also the drawers ran on wooden runners making them stiff to open and close and the bottoms also fell through, replaced with Schreiber wardrobes

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All of the furniture has been built up perfectly, no missing parts at all and all are really sturdy. Well worth the price I paid

Quality crap lol
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