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Cooke & Lewis Oak effect 600mm Larder shelf pack
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This oak effect larder shelf pack by Cooke & Lewis is constructed from a durable FSC® approved chipboard & mdf, ideal for use in most rooms around your home. For easy installation, it comes with fixings supplied. Compatible with All B&Q kitchen styles.
- Only fixings included
- Compatibility: All B&Q kitchen styles
- Assembly required
- To clean - Use mild soap and water only. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
Features and benefits
- Quick fit push in cam & dowel for quick & easy assembly
- All leading edges finished with tough & durable ABS
- Full height backs In all cabinets to secure the contents
- Appropriate service gaps for ease of installation
- Part of a comprehensive kitchen storage solution
- This product is not compatible with our GoodHome kitchen range
Health and safety
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|Brand||Cooke & Lewis|
|Material||Chipboard & MDF|
smithy6491 - 7 months ago
this item is quite sturdy but needs two strong men to move into position when built support legs are feeble at best i personallyjust fitted the base leg and left the tubes out
i chose the internal drawers but problem appeared when door was fitted ,iwas unable to pull out drawers as door did not open flush with cabinet side (so it was overlapping the
drawers) new style hinges may correct this problem am happy overall with this product but knackered after fitting it
Well made and good price.
PajB - 2 years ago
Just installed kitchen units all the way along my garage wall. Have to say it went together really easy. Don't understand why previous reviewer said there was problems. Just use your head when you build it. You don't put the legs on until you have stood it up. Just fit the leg bases, stand the unit up then tilt the unit and fit 2 legs then tilt other way and fit the last 2 legs. once fitted to the wall it is solid. The backing is not there to hold it square, you use the wall for that. I have put a lot of weight in these units (wall,base and larder) and it hasn't budged. Only gripe would be it could come with better brackets to hold the base units to the wall so that it is easier to reach the screws to do it up. I just made my own.
Do Not Buy Until Design Flaws are Fixed!
Anonymous - 2 years ago
It looks so simple, but there are fundamental flaws in this design. You build the larder flat on the floor then pivot it into position on two of its legs. But the completed unit - even without doors or shelves - is simply too heavy for the materials of the quality used here. So far, two of the plastic legs have cracked under the stress they are put under with this manouvre, and also a lump of chipboard into which the legs were screwed has torn off under the strain forces on the points where they are screwed to the legs.
Also the unit has no cross bracing, so is in incredibly wobbly. The cammed dowels are simply not good enough, nor would they ever be. The design *really* does require a solid back (rather than thin hardboard and a couple of thin braces), or other form of diagonal cross-bracing.
The thin hardboard back provided with larder units will pop out and not be able to be put back if there is any distortion. Nor can it be pinned into place, being in two parts but with only one shelf to pin it too.
One other minor problem. The unit is not fully compatible with B&Q's pull out larder (as it is supposed to be) as does not have a hole for the central leg the pull out larder requires, and B&Q's leg design require holes!
Must Do Better.