Tesco Mirrored Under Sink Vanity Unit - only £11.00 (plus £7.95 delivery)
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Tesco Mirrored Under Sink Vanity Unit - only £11.00 (plus £7.95 delivery)

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Found 9th Jan 2016
This mirrored vanity unit from Tesco is a functional mirrored cabinet in a mirrored finish. This 2-door cabinet has one shelf, making it ideal for storing make up and bathroom or pampering products in your bathroom. The mirrored vanity unit comes with 2 glass handles to open up the doors to store your bathroom products for when you need them. This free-standing cabinet requires self-assembly and includes full instructions and fittings.
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Or delivery free if your a delivery saver customer . Just bought one so thanks op . Heat added

why the hell would you want an under sink MIRRORED UNIT

For shaving your legs
Edited by: "spliffhead" 9th Jan 2016

Lol just needed a storage cupboard for bathroom and this was their .

12Mummysaltash

Lol just needed a storage cupboard for bathroom and this was their .


Their what?

OOS

UKougar

Their what?


Their storage cupboard that was there to buy.

Oooh myyy god the water maaarks.

jaytaaa

why the hell would you want an under sink MIRRORED UNIT



I was about to ask the very same thing

sprite127594

Oooh myyy god the water maaarks.


Keep it away from the toilet.

Adding mirrors adds light! So maybe it's ideal for a small, non-windowed bathroom!

ScorchingHot

Adding mirrors adds light! So maybe it's ideal for a small, non-windowed … Adding mirrors adds light! So maybe it's ideal for a small, non-windowed bathroom!



Mirrors definitely do not ADD light. They just reflect it. Come on guys, this is basic primary school physics!

I'm with the rest of you on this though.... Mirrors at knee-level in a bathroom is just asking for trouble.

oos

at £11 its a great deal.. but when you add in £7.95 delivery that kills it for me.. hot if you're a delivery saver customer but otherwise its seems pretty standard price..

SuperDan

Mirrors definitely do not ADD light. They just reflect it. Come on guys, … Mirrors definitely do not ADD light. They just reflect it. Come on guys, this is basic primary school physics!



That is adding light though, because where the light would contact with walls or objects and just die off, it carries on. Technicaly no light volume is being added so correct in that regard, but the light period and area covered is being extended, so light is being added to a room with mirrors.

Another good example of this is you can buy "reflectors" (basically a long curved shiny aluminium strip) for aquarium/tank lights at pets at home or any good pet store. They sit on top of the light beam, attached with clips. This means instead of light ending and getting lost on the roof of the tank, it reflects back down. These products usually claim to "double your lighting", but in truth they add about an extra 50% light to a tank, which is still amazing!

Of course how much light goes into your average bathroom is going to be quite limited anyhow and have to agree with the general consensus on here, mirrors on an undersink cabinet is just ridiculous but very hilarious




Edited by: "noahsdad" 9th Jan 2016

fosterdog

at £11 its a great deal.. but when you add in £7.95 delivery that kills i … at £11 its a great deal.. but when you add in £7.95 delivery that kills it for me.. hot if you're a delivery saver customer but otherwise its seems pretty standard price..



I agree, is nothing amazing unless its a steal of a price. HEAT for OP as this will help some though. There is something very similar in my local Bargain BM for last 2-3 months. All white though, no mirrors From memory the cost is something like £20-25. Might be worth a check if in your local Bargain BM anyway.

Just looking at their delivery plans. At the moment you can try out a month free and then the cheapest option is £2.50 per month for 12 months. Think I read that next month, Tesco Direct will be charging £2 for a Click and Collect order. Do you think that when they start charging £2 for a Click and Collect order, that you will still get free delivery if you have a plan with them?

The mirrors could be the foggy variety not the reflective one ? Either way mirrors are asking for trouble, being knocked or cracked.

"Sorry, there are currently no sellers for this product."

So yet again - it's rubbish but because 'it's cheap' it gets hot on HUKD! oO

Sophiasky

Just looking at their delivery plans. At the moment you can try out a … Just looking at their delivery plans. At the moment you can try out a month free and then the cheapest option is £2.50 per month for 12 months. Think I read that next month, Tesco Direct will be charging £2 for a Click and Collect order. Do you think that when they start charging £2 for a Click and Collect order, that you will still get free delivery if you have a plan with them?


If you have a delivery plan you have to spend £10 to get free c&c otherwise it's £30

spliffhead

For shaving your legs



I think it'd be handier for shaving between the butt cheeks.

HOT!!!oO This has to be the crappiest/useless item ever listed on here by far, and i'm sure we've all seen some crackers, must be made in Kazakhstan(_;)

SuperDan

Mirrors definitely do not ADD light. They just reflect it. Come on guys, … Mirrors definitely do not ADD light. They just reflect it. Come on guys, this is basic primary school physics! :pI'm with the rest of you on this though.... Mirrors at knee-level in a bathroom is just asking for trouble.



I meant they add a more airy affect, and they generally give the impression of rooms being bigger than they physically are... What is it with all these HUKD b**ches these days? This site is for deals, not people picking fault consistently.. find something better to do with your life!

noahsdad

That is adding light though, because where the light would contact with … That is adding light though, because where the light would contact with walls or objects and just die off, it carries on. Technicaly no light volume is being added so correct in that regard, but the light period and area covered is being extended, so light is being added to a room with mirrors.Another good example of this is you can buy "reflectors" (basically a long curved shiny aluminium strip) for aquarium/tank lights at pets at home or any good pet store. They sit on top of the light beam, attached with clips. This means instead of light ending and getting lost on the roof of the tank, it reflects back down. These products usually claim to "double your lighting", but in truth they add about an extra 50% light to a tank, which is still amazing!Of course how much light goes into your average bathroom is going to be quite limited anyhow and have to agree with the general consensus on here, mirrors on an undersink cabinet is just ridiculous but very hilarious



Well said SuperDan. Basic Physics! Ha
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