- Boxed-product Weight: 2.8 Kg
- ASIN: B005R0O8OM
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Sept. 2011
- Average Customer Review: 79 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 284,914 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
VonHaus Single Canvas effect Wardrobe Clothes Rail Storage in Navy
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- Navy canvas-effect breathable cover keeps clothes smelling fresh
- Dimensions: 75 Width, 50cm Depth, Height 160cm
- Full length hanging rail (69cm)
- Easy to assemble in around 10-15mins. No Tools required
- Made from lightweight tubular steel frame with moulded strengthened plastic connectors
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Wardrobe is easily accessed by the two zipped doors keeping the wardrobe looking tidy but also accessible in a moment. The zipped doors can also be rolled up and tied back. Supplied brand new in retail box with assembly instruction sheet. Colour: Navy canvas-effect cover. Dimensions: 75 Width, 50cm Depth, Height 160cm
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Top Customer Reviews
Other reviews suggest it is difficult and flimsy to put up, but not so. The diagrams in the instructions are easy to follow, even though the scant chinese words are incomprehensible. The parts were slightly mis-labelled for me, but it is easy to see you have 12 short bits, 4 long bits, etc and fit them together per the diagrams and picture on the cover of the box. Unzip the cover before you put it on (as the diagram suggests) and it fits over no problem, then zip it up. It seems tough enough to me, it was nowhere near tearing.
Then I crammed it full of my clothes! Literally, I can't fit another item on the rail. It is mainly shirts, dresses, etc, no heavy coats, but really I could not have put anything more on there, such that it is difficult to get anything out! I've also put a couple of coats on the top shelf section. And it has stayed up fine and seems sturdy enough. Perhaps if you had put everything on one side of the wardrobe, or you roughly pulled clothes in and out every day, maybe then it would be less long-lasting and robust. But it certainly can cope with a heavy weight of clothes.
Cheap and functions exactly as intended - no complaints from me.
If I had managed to put it together, I can tell that the parts are so weak that it wouldn't cope with more than a shirt or two anyway.
Mines going straight in the bin now, I cant believe they get away with selling such tat.
DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!
And one of the zipper already broke.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Instruction pictures were confusing and incorrect. Needed the brute strength of a gorilla to assemble last connections. Then 2 of the 3 zips broke.Published 10 months ago by Mrs. F. Barker
Impossible instructions. Ripped the covering and the rails either bent or brokePublished 12 months ago by tracy spencer-austin