Any idea if this could withstand a clothes airer?
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I've got one of these. Quality isn't outstanding, but then the price is low. First thing I did was apply varnish to the underside as this was still left bare. Also bought a cover and keep it covered over when not in use. Its last very well by doing this but think it would've struggled if been left exposed to the elements. If you've a small area, and you're prepared to look after it, then this is a good buy
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Quite bad reviews on Trustpilot
how do you know what their economic situation is?
I hope he's okay!
:/ got a balcony, do I need this, is the price reasonable £32! :/ guess not, not for me (highfive) but interesting find.
what a clever idea! (y)
its a good price - I have one of these from amazon and it was £19.99 (OOS) - 3rd party retailers are selling them for over £30. Unfortunately sold out online.
got two of these from robert dyas, idea for cups when sitting in garden. i love them, and they fold for storage.
I think it’s nice x got a hanging bird feeder in similar design, really prett
Lol proper tacky
Still in stock for me if you go tonaldi site without following the link. I ordered last night this and the poppy one
That prices excites me - anyone know how hard the erection is ? (party)
What party !!!!!
There's no place like home....... there's no place like home........ there's no place like home........ Toto !!!!
Too big for how how flimsy it is. You'd be better buying 2 smaller gazebos and putting them next to each other.
Fly me to the moon!
Perfect outfit for lock down - no need for expensive suits anymore! I spoke to their online chat to try and work out the sizing. They said it's a new product so didn't have a size guide. I went for the XXL-XXXL to be safe. I am 6'3 height and 46+ chest. As it's a lounger I want to be a bit baggier. Not sure if this will help anyone - found these sizing from US sites... Seems a bit inconclusive. https://www.amazon.com/Nintendo-Character-Pajama-Lounge-Onesies/dp/B07VNB1J4Z/ - click on left image for Size https://www.walmart.com/ip/Nintendo-Men-s-Zelda-Hooded-Lounge-Romper/390894956 - click on Size Guid
Here we go
My daughter would love the bowser one but she's only 4. Gah
Yet another option for my ‘dress for the job you want, not the job you have’ capsule wardeobe
I was so excited thinking this is for kids!
Thanks I shall consider this then,shame it's not cheaper this year
It is a strong set, mine got chucked about no end and still solid now. Even used mine to section off my grass whilst growing, table/chairs on side for months including during those storms, table got blown over numerous times and didn't smash. Only issue is the common issue with sets like this where rusty water leaks from the holes, have to be a bit cautious when unfolding/moving after periods of wet weather because the liquid will leak and will stain
Hi how did you find it,are the hinges etc strong?
Yup got this last year myself for £60 too haha
I was looking for a table and chairs with parasol for myself and my daughter,but I think it's going to be impossible to find anything half decent at a good price this year,I did see people paying for sun loungers at Aldi a few months ago,I wish I'd had a better look earlier in the year,but you wouldn't have expected so much sunshine in May
plenty in hemel hempstead maylands store
Thank you. Will try again today.
Silly question, but is it water proof to keep cushions in from sofa, or would it need to be moved to shed in wet weather
Bought one about 18 months ago. Picked up another last week in the Crawley store. They had a fair few in stock.
I can assure you it holds more than 30kg as long as you've got it shut properly ;) I regularly sit on mine when taking breaks in the garden.
Nothing near me unfortunately
Tool station you can click and collect, had some earlier from Sutton Coldfield store
9 available. However, there is no way of ordering them and the store is click and collect only. Very confusing
How can this expire as earlier it had the timer symbol denoting 3rd june start Just delete it !!! :/
This is a brilliant picnic table, we have had this a while and have seated 3 adults and 1 child quite well!! Xx
I bought this from bm last year. I still have it and its not bad. I'm 12 stone and it's just about ok for me and my 7 year old to sit on.. For the money and the size, I think its alright tbh
I just picked up this exact model (used) for £10, yesterday. Argos once had this for £16.99 - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/folding-picnic-table-with-stools-at-argos-for-1699-2759991 Sooo, this deal doesn't seem that great, to be honest. (annoyed) As for stability, I'm not entirely convinced, at least for my elderly parents to enjoy a day out. I think I would prefer to spend a little extra on something like this:
Purchased one for £30 from b&m, couldn’t get hold of an extra table and chairs as the prices seem to have shot up and everywhere’s oos. I think it’s fab. Easy to put up, held 2 adults and 2 children very well. I think it’s quite sturdy. Also folds down for easy storage (y)
This is OK for young kids and slim adults. Compact and easy enough to set-up. Although I did pay £10 a few years ago for them at Tesco. Wouldn't pay over £20 now though. I bought 2, 1 still survived.
I built my one in strong winds and rain. Its absolutely brilliant and had no issues with any weather so far. It gets a bit hot in the recent weather, but I just have the windows open. My wife recently used the warmth of the shed as a proving cupboard when she was making some bread :D
Back in stock
You can bolt the floor to your base if you wish , no problem with the weather mines survived big storms , i back onto a open field so gets very windy
What's this like in wind ? And the weather resistant on it?
Have one of these. Save your money or re-enforce door and walls before use. Probably best to avoid in my opinion.
dont waste you time folks I got one of these it took two or us some time to build even with tools... rust and waterfalls you might as well say as well as hitting your head every once and a wile
It's really not. They just look horrible, don't last and stink of council estate.
After spending some considerable time building a Rowlinson Murray hill 12x24 garbage I would never buy a cheap metal shed again. I have modified mine as Rowlinson think it's a good idea for the building not to have corner posts. Normally you would build a frame and clad it but this model gets its strength from all the panels fastening together which is fine when it's built but not so when you are building it. I put my own corner posts and then added four intermediate posts where the trusses are. I also raised the trusses further into the roof as even with 6' 3" eaves you felt you were going to bang your head all the time. The garage is great now it's been modified and built apart from the looks. It looks like a shipping container with a pitched roof so it's going to get cladded in log lap. In winter it looks like you have sprayed the roof with a hose pipe. Condensation is so bad it drips and I put a DPM in the concrete. The DPM though is at ground level so won't be doing its job. I laid another layer of DPM on the concrete and fixed 18mm osb3 to it which helped the condensation a lot but didn't clear it. Ventilation makes no difference on an uninsulated metal roof as it did it before I put the roller shutter door on. I bonded polystyrene to my roof but you must seal all the edges otherwise condensation will form in any gaps left and it will rust. The price for this posted isn't bad considering the size of the shed as a timber one will be double that at this size. Personally I wouldn't waste my money on a metal building again.
Low roof on it tho, this is higher, enough to stand in
Thanks, the wire netting and sleeper sounds like a plan. I was considering keeping it in hidden in the conservatory but for the Mrs it’s not a long term solution. Go figure.
If going for a wooden shed, staple in some wire fence netting on the inside, otherwise they will just remove a plank to get in. no lock will stand up to an angle grinder, so restrict their access to the lock and chain as much as possible, like chain it to a sleeper mounted in front. a simple alarm with a remote bell box will limit the time they will want to sit there or go live in the country, I haven’t locked my shed in 30 years
The last thing you should be putting into a metal shed is electricity unless it's an IP65 rated install and its equipotential bonded to an earth rod.
This stuff is great. I grew up with a set. One of my formative memories is my older brother building a sort of aeroplane model and letting me be the pilot. It had wheels and he and his best mate pushed me around the drive it it. All was well and good until he took exception to my annoying younger brother ways and rammed me into the gate at high speed. I think I still have the whiplash now....
Aah I see....I was looking under the contact us details. I'm thinking the mobile number may be down to people working from home... (skeptical)
Bought this for my kids about 20 years ago - they loved it. Wish I still had it for my grandson now.
From memory, and we are going back several decades, no. The tubes are quite wide (diameter) and totally smooth so a child won't be able to get their hands around them and there is zero grip.
Sorry, cheap tat at a premium price. Cold from me
Also got this set (or one that looks exactly the same). Paid about £100 two years ago. For that price, it's fine. For £200? Hell no.
How on earth is this getting heat. Bottom of the range patio furniture and someone is trying to make a few pounds by selling it at perhaps twice (and I'm being generous) the price. Awful stuff.
We bought this form ebay for £80 last year, it does the job but it is cheap. Chairs are sturdy, sofa had a sold metal bar in the middle and can feel a little flimsy with 2 people sat on it. I had to put a couple of washers on the table to fully tighten it as 2 of the screw holes wern't threaded correctly and the glass never sat right so I had to hotglue ours in place or else the glass would have been on the floor. £80, its alright, £200, not a chance!
Out of stock (flirt)
Won't let you add to basket
Social distancing love seat...
sadly showing as out of stock for me, shame as it matches my other garden furniture
Love Seat? Doesn't look very comfy, and how does it attach to the ceiling? (confused)
These are only £6 at toolstation. £6.02 @ Toolstation
Was just about to say this. I would add that the fact they have said it suggests it’s a terrible product
Alternatively, you could but a rottweiler and train it to beep loudly at 110db when it detects an intruder. Simples.
You must have quick hands if you can do that in 5 seconds (y)
Looking at the reviews and the answers to questions from the seller looks like that is a typo - its 5 seconds or a bit less.Question: How much time i have to shut the door before it activate itself after entering the code? - before leaving house. Answer: This alarm has an entry/exit delay of 5 seconds. By Solon Security SELLER on 11 January 2017 But advert says 15 seconds. By vince on 07 September 2019 5 seconds only By James H. on 11 January 2017
SAYS 100kg ON THE BOX You can eat the donuts now.
Sounds like an Argos problem to me.
Probably but I just can't be bothered to go to the attic for that, surely that's what the shower is for :D
I can just imagine Jacob Rees Mogg lounging all over this. Lol. (lol) (lol) (lol)