All Furniture Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
The bulbs for these are now banned ( once existing stock is sold there will be no more)- hence the price of touch lamps dropping. The 3 stage dimming will not work with LED equivalent bulbs.
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Thanks OP, ordered the kitchen for my 2 year old.
Yes, is a good price, paid £20 for plastic pots and pans, they were rubbish:) and these were some of the cheapest. The kitchen was £40 but at some point was £45 with the pots, I know that as it came at that price right after I've got a kitchen and pots for my children. Paid £35 for a different wooden kitchen plus £20 for pots, so your deal is better than what I've paid. I am debating about the dinosaurs as we have got the presents sorted already:).
This is the kitchen bundle inc the kitchen (normally £40 on its own) & the pots / pans set & the Dinosaur Train Set is new - has been on the site for approx 2 weeks :)
Voted hot, decent prices but not much of a discount, the kitchen original price was £45, I know, as I kept an eye on it since months ago. The table price is really good, got it for £45 from ELC (reduced from £100) in January for X-Mas present this year:). In the meantime my children are not interested in trains anymore, they like dinosaurs now:). This is the 'beauty' of getting presents a year in advance:)
There nice but very small ...ideal for a bedroom though
They just had the Clothing, Beauty, and Home 20% discount offer, from 18th to 22nd October. A bit suspicious how the shoes I wanted went out of stock on the 18th, despite being able to add to basket. Even more suspicious was that they came back in to stock this morning, (6 hours after the offer ended) and I can now buy them! This has happened twice on the same item this year. Perhaps time to change my shopping preference.
Don’t bother looking there anymore,overpriced old fashioned tat.even with a discount I’ve seen nicer elsewhere.ok for my mum who’s 78...
is this in store as well? I want some decent towels but not dye running thin ones that cost £8 a bale
Anyone have information on when this deal ends? I want to order something but won't be in for delivery till the 2nd November so don't want to order too soon. Prefer not to pay £3.99 for named day.
no c&c for me in london either. Had to pay for delivery, but still good.. thanks don't forget to use the £2.50 bonus Quidco, expires midnight tonight
Won't allow c&c for me in the north east
I kept checking it to see if I read it right (lol)
Thanks, good deal :D
3 still in store...
Thank you op
Did they have many left thanks
Lol, I'm going there to get some things now. Will update.
Voted cold due to the above reviews, a PLASTIC product that lasts 3 weeks and adds to landfill is not a deal.
Agreed. I have had three or four of the specific Masterplug timer that is posted. They suffer from a design fault. The two halves of the upper section of the timer's plastic body are held together by two very thin (and very fragile) internal plastic tabs. In time, the internal plastic tab above the slide-switch breaks, which makes the two halves of the timer's body part company slightly. That renders the internal 230v microswitch inoperative. The fault is so blatant that I am surprised the timer is still being manufactured in its present design. 49p is all they are worth. They are likely to break within a few weeks of use.
I've had two of these and they've both broken within a few months. 49p is a good price, but if you want something you can rely on, better of spending more and getting a good one.
Do these need a hub? Are they compatible with Alexa?
Thanks, OP! Great find. I use one on an electric blanket. After another, so will check out my local in the morning. (y)
Great bit of information and nice to see some one take the time to do a post that's so informative, ill be catching the ferry next time ..:)
Great deal, they are rarely discounted. However, these are about 1/3 of (not a 1/3 off!) the price in Germany. Their stuff is good but I wouldn't pay UK prices. It's a long story but basically mattress laws are different in the UK to Europe, because idiots smoke in bed here. This means manufacturers have to pump their mattresses with extra fire retardant chemicals and then pay some extortionate sum to get them certified for sale in the UK, so companies that don't sell very many here in the UK have to charge a huge premium for frankly a less healthy product. Nothing you can really did about it but just saying. My parents had them when they were out there and had them shipped back when they came back. Bloody amazing mattresses and frames. Extremely comfortable and frankly hard to beat at any price, but when it came to replacing them here they just couldn't believe the extra cost. The removable and washable covers are a godsend if you have kids and you can order these in up to 220cm length if you want too.
Great design, great quality. Thanks OP.
Thank you great spot. Very expensive furniture, but you defiantly get what you pay for, i have had some of the TV and Bedroom units for 15 years and once you sleep on one of their beds and mattresses you will never go back… :) have some HEAT
Can you put it down the middle?
Ordered. Many Thanks OP, was looking for one of these at a good price :)
Is this table dead weak?
Cold, more expensive than nearly every other shop.
20% more expensive than B&Q and Screwfix = 500 degrees heat .... gotta love HUKD
Same here but they're always under loads of tat.
Yeah or if you're doing dishes, or opening doors or bla bla bla it's a world for short people and they also have a syndrome, it's weird. You think they'd be happy. Short white man is living the dream but I guess they're jealous - perhaps a power corrupts thing. Too good a life so they develop a syndrome. If you're 6'2 + have you noticed that all clothes marked as large now mean fat with short arms these days? Makes me want to move to Holland.
Same price in stores as well
Thank you @Mrswitch ..... (y)
thanks apur looks lovely. :p
Nice, just bought one in B&Q yesterday for £20, nowhere near as cool looking as this either. Heated 🔥
We had this. It's awful, fell apart in a few days. Really bad quality.
Same price in store
The high chair is brilliant at full price. Baby is super relaxed in it and it's so easy to clean. It also can be used at a smaller height.
I haven't read those ones tbh as generally they'll be the 'nice and comfy', 'great price', 'child loves it' reviews, not the 'I crashed at motorway speeds and my child walked away with barely a scratch' reviews. I've just come across a few comments from experienced car seat experts that don't rate it highly and I'd put my trust in their reviews rather than one from a consumer (who has been lucky enough not to put the seat's safety claims to the test).
Reviews seem ok?? https://direct.asda.com/george/baby/car-seats/harmony-group-23-dreamtime-deluxe-comfort-booster-silver-tech/050399546,default,pd.html
The booster seats were in Colchester asda at £7.14 yesterday but looking at reviews I'd avoid personally.
Asda Hartlepool has these deals. Picked up a car seat this morning.
these little fridges never get cold enough for lager, fine for ale i suppose, plus some iv seen have a hum sound that will get on your nerves if you keep it in the living room, but you could just play music louder and drink beer faster.
Condensation says no sadly...
Camper van fridge ;)
Keighley 110 miles so not for me
Nearest one is 74 miles away!
Says 4 available and I need 2 but only letting me order 1
Where's best for beds?
Up to you how much patients you have and if you want their products. After my experience I would advise no one to use them
well on my order on website it says one canceled,one processing. there website is absolutely terrible
got delivery date, so email if ask i could change, i see lot of reviews about delivery, so looks like there need to convert on delivery, there should give you more options
Keep us updated if they actually manage to relieve anything. You've been warned what a sham of a company it is.
Has some great reviews and was full price just the other day, have ordered thanks
large furniture set