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TRYSIL Wardrobe w/ Sliding Doors & 4 Drawers White - £129 @ IKEA
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TRYSIL Wardrobe w/ Sliding Doors & 4 Drawers White - £129 @ IKEA

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Posted 16th Sep 2019

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Feels like a decent price here for the wardrobe from Ikea, is a member offer valid till the 13th of October.

A clean look with sliding doors that don’t get in the way when you open them - a perfect solution when you need roomy storage in a tighter space. Combine two or more wardrobes for a larger solution. Psst! Please attach to the wall.

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Specs

  • Width: 118 cm
  • Depth: 61 cm
  • Height: 202 cm
  • Width of drawer (inside): 51.4 cm
  • Depth of drawer (inside): 42.7 cm
  • Max. load/shelf: 30 kg
  • Max. load/drawer: 7 kg

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Hope it helps someone.
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codeine16/09/2019 21:47

Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, e …Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, even if it is a bit off faff to put together


buy at reduced price and then trolley it over to the returns dept and get a refund on the original receipt!
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.


Probably because they want you to go instore and profit from impulse buys? amount of times I go in there for one thing and come out with a car load
teerex16/09/2019 22:58

How long did it take?


I built mine in about 2-3 hours. Bearing in mind I used a drill/driver for the screws which there are many of. Definitely a two man job to manoeuvre. Another note is you need a lot of space to build it as it is built on its front before being stood upright. Dont try buying and fitting in car because there are 3 individual boxes and each box is very heavy. Biggest box is over 2 metre long. Hope this helps. If you can get round these problems then it’s definitely a great purchase for the money 😄
Edited by: "scaryrobert" 16th Sep 2019
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This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 16th Sep 2019
£39 delivery price is the only setback. Otherwise a sturdy and neat looking wardrobe imo. Heat
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.



Fully agree, their delivery charges are completely out of sync with their furniture prices. Best is to really try and pick from store if you can, you need a big car/minivan though for wardrobes and the likes.
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.


Probably because they want you to go instore and profit from impulse buys? amount of times I go in there for one thing and come out with a car load
Mr.Krabs16/09/2019 21:36

Probably because they want you to go instore and profit from impulse buys? …Probably because they want you to go instore and profit from impulse buys? amount of times I go in there for one thing and come out with a car load


Absolutely, I do the same
Brilliant wardrobe. I have two.
Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, even if it is a bit off faff to put together
High delivery due to it been men in a van. Not a dhl type delivery
codeine16/09/2019 21:47

Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, e …Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, even if it is a bit off faff to put together


buy at reduced price and then trolley it over to the returns dept and get a refund on the original receipt!
Bought this last year was £159 full price then seems to have gone up £20. Excellent wardrobe though but did take a while to put together.
Agree with delivery costs very high.
I have the black/brown version of this. Its a great wardrobe with alot of room and 4 big draws to fill
Looks like I'll be coming home with a boat load of stuff I don't need again.. I hate that I know the names of pieces of furniture. Everybody needs a Billy book case, a trofast and the all essential kalax (I know my spelling is probably wrong but if you know, you know) Heat added
Mr-pugster16/09/2019 21:59

Bought this last year was £159 full price then seems to have gone up £20. E …Bought this last year was £159 full price then seems to have gone up £20. Excellent wardrobe though but did take a while to put together. Agree with delivery costs very high.


Can you link me to it? I can’t seem to see it
codeine16/09/2019 21:47

Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, e …Damn, I only bought mine a couple of weeks ago! It’s a great wardrobe, even if it is a bit off faff to put together


How long did it take?
teerex16/09/2019 22:58

How long did it take?


I built mine in about 2-3 hours. Bearing in mind I used a drill/driver for the screws which there are many of. Definitely a two man job to manoeuvre. Another note is you need a lot of space to build it as it is built on its front before being stood upright. Dont try buying and fitting in car because there are 3 individual boxes and each box is very heavy. Biggest box is over 2 metre long. Hope this helps. If you can get round these problems then it’s definitely a great purchase for the money 😄
Edited by: "scaryrobert" 16th Sep 2019
Ikea Milton Keynes are offering delivery for £1 as long as you place the order in store.
To be honest unless you drive a supermini or ride a push bike most of their furniture will fit into a regular size car anyway...
Collect yourself. My wife paid donking £39. I would if i had known
Pretty sure this is the one we had, balancing the doors was a bit of a pain otherwise one or other could be a bit stiff to slide.
I made it worse but cutting it in half and then attaching it back together so that it would fit in a walk in wardrobe though!
7kg per drawer doesn't seem like much. Is it a sturdy unit?
Looking to replace some Argos crap.
Lovely looking wardrobe and looks the same 2 years later but this was the toughest/longest thing I have ever had to build - took me and my mate over five hours to do as we virtually finished building it and then realized we built one piece in the wrong way near the start so had to unpack and go through it again!
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.


They don't make ti clear, but that's only delivery if they pick it. If you go instore and take it over to the delivery desk it;s £20. I discovered that by accident.
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.



Probably because that is the real cost of two people and a van to come and deliver to your property. They don't subsidise the delivery costs with the product costs as you do have the option to go and pick it up in the warehouse and bring it home yourself. Even at minimum wage its going to cost them close to £30 an hour for two people and a van to drive to you and then there is VAT added.
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.


They want you into their store/maze to buy stuff and food as you walk around.
jon81uk17/09/2019 09:52

Probably because that is the real cost of two people and a van to come and …Probably because that is the real cost of two people and a van to come and deliver to your property. They don't subsidise the delivery costs with the product costs as you do have the option to go and pick it up in the warehouse and bring it home yourself. Even at minimum wage its going to cost them close to £30 an hour for two people and a van to drive to you and then there is VAT added.


Agree, but they may have 5 customers within the same area, so they will make £200 within an hour. These are flat packs, so easy to drop. I wonder how other companies manage to do it cheaper. This is a big company, if others can do it, they should do. This is not John's local family business who does not want to kill the environment and has no resources to find cheaper transport.
They 'force' you to go in store, and you will buy other stuff too, this is more than likely why they are doing it. Found on several ocassions good deals for £40-50, but it didn't make sense to order it, due to high delivery charges, got them delivered for somewhere else, paid about £70, but still better than paying £90 to Ikea.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 17th Sep 2019
I have one of these, it wasn't the easiest thing to build and make sure you have enough space around, we struggled to move the half built wardrobe from its lying position to upright as our ceilings aren't very high. Very happy with the finished product, it's sturdy, good capacity and the sliding doors are much better than the cheaper wardrobes. I think it was worth the hassle, even though I think we paid around £160.
itchyone17/09/2019 09:53

They want you into their store/maze to buy stuff and food as you walk …They want you into their store/maze to buy stuff and food as you walk around.


Absolutely! And it works for them.
sheffield78817/09/2019 09:55

Agree, but they may have 5 customers within the same area, so they will …Agree, but they may have 5 customers within the same area, so they will make £200 within an hour. These are flat packs, so easy to drop. I wonder how other companies manage to do it cheaper.



But they may have days when there are no deliveries in the same area, also if delivering to a flat then it could take at least 20 minutes to deliver heavy boxes, I really doubt they can do five drops in an hour easily. Most other companies just make more profit on the furniture so can offer delivery at a loss.
Fantastic wardrobe, sturdy build and plenty of room. Heat added
BTW 39 appears to be a flat charge. I ordered 3 wardrobes and was only charged once
jon81uk17/09/2019 10:08

But they may have days when there are no deliveries in the same area, also …But they may have days when there are no deliveries in the same area, also if delivering to a flat then it could take at least 20 minutes to deliver heavy boxes, I really doubt they can do five drops in an hour easily. Most other companies just make more profit on the furniture so can offer delivery at a loss.


There are contracts, you pay a set fee for the year, regardless how many deliveries you do. Flat packs are easier to carry than a whole sofa. This is their strategy, to make you go in the store.
tigress016/09/2019 21:14

£39 delivery price is the only setback. Otherwise a sturdy and neat …£39 delivery price is the only setback. Otherwise a sturdy and neat looking wardrobe imo. Heat


But none of the regular couriers will even quote me for this. It's 4x boxes ~2m long and ~30kg each.


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Edited by: "Sqsq" 17th Sep 2019
sheffield78817/09/2019 09:55

These are flat packs, so easy to drop. I wonder how other companies manage …These are flat packs, so easy to drop. I wonder how other companies manage to do it cheaper.


Which other companies? See me reply above.
carnivaist17/09/2019 09:51

They don't make ti clear, but that's only delivery if they pick it. If you …They don't make ti clear, but that's only delivery if they pick it. If you go instore and take it over to the delivery desk it;s £20. I discovered that by accident.


Do you have any more info or a link to their site where it states this? The only thing I can find on their site is that it can cost up to £20 for smaller items.
sheffield78816/09/2019 21:13

This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price …This may be a good price if you pick it up in store. Extortionate price for delivery, £39, can't understand why Ikea charges so much for delivery killing good deals.


They have always had massive delivery costs sadly. Otherwise my entire house would look like a Scandinavian showroom!
Ikea return policy is 365 days. If u still have the receipt why not buy now and return and save yourself £50. 😁
Stock low in many store so be quick
Sqsq17/09/2019 10:56

Which other companies? See me reply above.


Yes, but if they set contracts, other companies, also maybe the traditional ones too will do it. I just ordered a patio set quite big, 6 pieces, from Home Done, free delivery. I ordered yesterday a table and 6 chairs from Asda, £2.95 for delivery. B&Q delivery is £30, but if you order over £100 (This wardrobe is over £100), you get free delivery. I think Wickes does the same. Argos charges about £3-5 for delivery too.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 17th Sep 2019
simba258517/09/2019 08:10

7kg per drawer doesn't seem like much. Is it a sturdy unit? Looking to …7kg per drawer doesn't seem like much. Is it a sturdy unit? Looking to replace some Argos crap.


Built mine and seems sturdy enough. Not very big drawers so the 7kg rating is reasonable. Each drawer also have a metal brace at the bottom for extra strength.
sheffield78817/09/2019 11:19

Yes, but if they set contracts, other companies, also maybe the …Yes, but if they set contracts, other companies, also maybe the traditional ones too will do it. I just ordered a patio set quite big, 6 pieces, from Home Done, free delivery. I ordered yesterday a table and 6 chairs from Asda, £2.95 for delivery. B&Q delivery is £30, but if you order over £100 (This wardrobe is over £100), you get free delivery. I think Wickes does the same. Argos charges about £3-5 for delivery too.



and all those places build at least part of the cost of delivery into the price of the item. Whereas at Ikea if you go and collect it yourself then you get a cheaper price. Some places like Argos won't have some large items available for collection, they are delivery only, so you don't know how much more you are actually paying.

My mother-in-law liked a chair in Costco but it was too big for us to get in the car, Costco online offers "free" delivery but the prices was about £30-40 more than the price in the warehouse store, so very similar to Ikea you are paying the realistic delivery cost compared to lifting the boxes out of the store and arranging your own transport.
Edited by: "jon81uk" 17th Sep 2019
aydenthelion17/09/2019 08:33

Lovely looking wardrobe and looks the same 2 years later but this was the …Lovely looking wardrobe and looks the same 2 years later but this was the toughest/longest thing I have ever had to build - took me and my mate over five hours to do as we virtually finished building it and then realized we built one piece in the wrong way near the start so had to unpack and go through it again!


It took me and my sister over four hours to make it up, minus hanging the doors. It was on a crazy hot day, but there are a million pieces to it and lots of screws even just to fit the back panel (which is HORRIBLE to do)
And like others have said, you do need a completely empty room to do it in, the room you’re going to have it in too. It’s a total one-hitter, you’re not going to be able to take it down again and have it be any use reassembled.
jon81uk17/09/2019 11:40

and all those places build at least part of the cost of delivery into the …and all those places build at least part of the cost of delivery into the price of the item. Whereas at Ikea if you go and collect it yourself then you get a cheaper price. Some places like Argos won't have some large items available for collection, they are delivery only, so you don't know how much more you are actually paying.My mother-in-law liked a chair in Costco but it was too big for us to get in the car, Costco online offers "free" delivery but the prices was about £30-40 more than the price in the warehouse store, so very similar to Ikea you are paying the realistic delivery cost compared to lifting the boxes out of the store and arranging your own transport.


I agree. For me, most of the good deals at IKEA were the reduced prices. So if something was reduced to £50, it was a good price, but with delivery was £90. Same item was about £90 elsewhere, so not a save for me.
Ikea is good for big purchases when you spend a considerable amount, or to pick it up from store. Other places have sale too. The garden table and chairs from Wilko, was reduced from £200 to £90, add another 7 for delivery. Ikea cost for a similar item was still over £100 plus delivery.
Anyway, their charges, their business but I think the delivery charge kills a very good deal.
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