- Product Dimensions: 136 x 38 x 240 cm ; 1.9 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
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- Item model number: WARCH
- ASIN: B0038EUHS0
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Feb. 2010
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (705 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 405 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
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Kingfisher Self Assembly Garden Arch For Climbing Plants & Roses
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- A classic free standing garden arch, ideal for roses and climbing plants.
- 2.4m Total Height - The bottom 40cm is buried into the ground for stability, thus giving a 2m high arch. Width 1.4m
- The arch is a made from a durable steel frame
- The colour of the garden arch is black / bronze
- Great value and quality, strong enough to support the most vigorous of climbing plants.
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Top Customer Reviews
excellent price and delivery
But two observations:
1. A power screw-driver is desirable and quicker.
2.Make a template - geometrically correct - lay it on the ground and at the four corners make holes with a metal rod the same diameter as the arch/obelisk and all equal depth. Just drop the arch/obelisk into position. Perfect proportions and rock-solid.
First of all, these were a great price and were dispatched to my door very quickly. The various pieces were wrapped with their similarly-shaped brethren in tissue paper: tissue paper which had that particular shaped segment's alphabetical code scrawled on it in black marker pen. It didn't particularly inspire me, especially when the various different components are so obviously different and really don't need this tissue paper chaperone. The diagram and general instructions for building the thing were somewhat confusing anyway. They said I needed two people - I didn't. They said I needed to wear gloves - I didn't. They said I needed to 'watch' my hands... short of giving me some allergy advice that the thing also contained metal I don't know what else they could have done to have made me feel as though I were following instructions as dictated by Brian Cant.
The instructions also advised me of the need for a screwdriver and an adjustable spanner. Begging the author's pardon, but I managed to construct these babies with nothing more than a table knife. And I didn't even bother with the instructions in the end either, getting much further and much more quickly simply by using the photograph of the thing assembled on the front of the box. The pieces all fitted beautifully and I had both arches assembled within an hour.
They look much more expensive than they actually were and are remarkably solid structures.Read more ›
Assembly was pretty simple though and took about 25 minutes or so. Just ignore the strange instructions and just use your common sense.
Once assembled, it looks more expensive that it was and is a bit bigger than I expected too.
It feels fairly sturdy too, certainly better than the rotten wooden trellis it is replacing that I only put up three years ago for my grape vine. Hopefully this will last a bit longer.
I certainly can't fault the price either!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just what I wanted......it is for Halloween Arch 😁.They are a bit flimsy but for the price ....Brill!!Published 1 day ago by pat
Used it for a garden party, very simple to assemble and only needs a screw driver. On the other hand it was quite cheap and started to bend in the wind. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
I now have five of these - three of which are as a tunnel with roses growing over them - great value for moneyPublished 24 days ago by Ani
Somewhat flimsy and tedious construction which took time. But good value for an inexpensive itemPublished 26 days ago by T-W