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Home Cinema Seating

Discussion in 'AV Stands, Cabinets, Seating & Furniture' started by mikeq, Mar 25, 2004.

  1. mikeq

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    I just bought 3 of these. Really comfortable, Makro are doing them for about £89 excl. VAT (normally about £170)
     

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    That's vey cheap!
    Do you need a membership card to shop there?
    How much is it? And what are the benefits? (Except for the chair I mean ;) )
     
  3. supersonic87

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    You need a registered VAT number, but IIRC it costs nothing. It is a cash and carry shop, so don't expect a glamourous place (although there are plenty of polite people to help). The benefits of membershiip.......you get to shop there, very cheap food and drink aswell, but if you just want a few chairs see if you can lend a card.
     
  4. BigB@dJ@y

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    You can also buy them from here for £99

    They're called "Slider Glider"

    www.quigleys.co.uk
     
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    I have 4 of the a sister model... and they are cheap for a reason :-(

    two of ours have given up the ghost, well i say that. the leather( hmm) cshion is as flat as you like and have become really uncomfortable.

    The £400 we spent could have bought a better sofa
     
  6. BigB@dJ@y

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    Surely its possible to refill the cushions if they become flat after use? As mine will only be getting occasional use I couldnt justify a higher price tag ;) or the grief off the missus the higher price tag would bring :(
     
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    If you bought a sofa... would you be happy with refilling it when it turned to mush?
     
  8. buns

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    Id agree...... I wouldnt want to spend money only to have to refill cushions either!

    On another note..... if you have a shop called Dekko (we have it in NI) they have a lovely recliner at under £300 inc footstool. Short of the ekornes, it is the nices I have seen

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  9. Gary Lightfoot

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    Does the cheap slider glider seat and back slide into a reclining postion?
     
  10. BigB@dJ@y

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    Yes Gary..it reclines, rocks and swivels (the footstool rocks aswell :) )
     
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    I popped into Makro yesterday and had a look - very comfy indeed!

    Unfortunately I need to be able to attache them to a wooden base thats across my purlin supports, so that means losing some of the lower mechanism. Pity, as they would have been ideal replacements.
     

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