Oslo relaxer chair half price £20.44 delivered @ The range
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Oslo relaxer chair half price £20.44 delivered @ The range

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Found 3rd Sep
£12.49 half price in summer sale + delivery £7.95 = £20.44

Only comparable one I could find was £36 + delivery from Ikea...

Description
Add a touch of style and sophistication to your home with this gorgeous Oslo Relaxer Chair. With a sleek yet vintage design, this seat will be a wonderful addition alongside your dining table, breakfast table or as a stand-alone chair. The padded fabric seat will maximise comfort, whilst its Birchwood frame is not only aesthetically pleasing but ensures the chair is both sturdy and reliable. The subtle, soft shade with detailed stitching will beautifully complement a whole array of home styling whilst still creating a focal point of your kitchen or dining room. Whether dining with loved ones, sharing a drink with friends or simply looking for somewhere to wind back and relax, this stunning chair will be incredibly difficult to resist.

Specification

Filling: Foam padded seat and back support
Height (cm): 99cm
Width (cm): 59cm
Depth (cm): 73cm
Maximum User Weight: 100kg
Height of seat: 39cm
Armrest Depth: 2.3cm
Armrest Width: 4.5
Material: Birchwood frame
Weight: 5kg

14 Comments

Add a touch of style and sophistication to your home with this gorgeous Oslo Relaxer Chair. With a sleek yet vintage design, this seat will be a wonderful addition alongside your dining table, breakfast table or as a stand-alone chair. The padded fabric seat will maximise comfort, whilst its Birchwood frame is not only aesthetically pleasing but ensures the chair is both sturdy and reliable. The subtle, soft shade with detailed stitching will beautifully complement a whole array of home styling whilst still creating a focal point of your kitchen or dining room. Whether dining with loved ones, sharing a drink with friends or simply looking for somewhere to wind back and relax, this stunning chair will be incredibly difficult to resist.

Has anyone tried eating off their dinner plate at a dining table or breakfast table sitting on this?


Who comes up with this ?


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Managed to get 2 thanks

Not sure why expired. Just ordered two. Great find. Thank you

That design makes me feel tensed...lol

The Oslo Collapser chair by the looks of it

Amazing chairs, very comfortable! Have similar two from Jysk more than two years... no issues at all!

dewonderful4 h, 7 m ago

The Oslo Collapser chair by the looks of it


Seems to be a rip off of the Ikea POÄNG design.

The POÄNG start at £75 (and by sheer coincidence, I am picking up a used one next week for £20).

However it has a capacity of 180Kg. Which is A LOT ! That uses a layer-glued bent beech frame.

ikea.com/gb/…ng/


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Yeah taken a closer look it's basically an inferior copy of the Ikea, thinner materials, slightly smaller, less padding etc.. but cheaper of course.

Original Poster

Ikea also have this one which is the one I compared it to...ikea.com/gb/…62/

Hol903 m ago

Ikea also have this one which is the one I compared it …Ikea also have this one which is the one I compared it to...http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/sofas-armchairs/armchairs/pello-armchair-holmby-natural-art-90078462/


Ah! I had not seen that one.

Original Poster

JamesSmith38 m ago

Seems to be a rip off of the Ikea POÄNG design.The POÄNG start at £75 (and …Seems to be a rip off of the Ikea POÄNG design.The POÄNG start at £75 (and by sheer coincidence, I am picking up a used one next week for £20). However it has a capacity of 180Kg. Which is A LOT ! That uses a layer-glued bent beech frame. http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/collections/poang/[Image]

There are certain styles of poang which are £55 as well as the cheaper version called pello which is £36
Edited by: "Hol90" 4th Sep

Original Poster

JamesSmith3 m ago

Ah! I had not seen that one.

Bought this chair but must admit, looking at that IKEA chair really shows just how crap this chair is, not really even worth 12 quid as it will f*ck up your back if you use it a lot. You can't put a price on that.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 4th Sep

Well, well, well.

Put it together and it has to rank as one of the worst things I've ever bought. Absolute crap, garbage. The fabric has a plastic feel and is covered in little dark spots making it look dirt.

It's also horrible to sit on, the crappy plastic backing visible from almost ever angle, it's basically two sheets of that crappy plastic (like the stuff you get on windbreak or ikea bags) held together by two screw, both of them flat so there's almost a right angle where they connect.

It's not worth 1p let alone £20.44 and one thing is for sure, I will never buy a piece of furniture from the range ever again.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 9th Sep
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