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Old 12.08.2013, 17:32
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Re: Conforama reviews

When we moved, it was more convenient to buy wardrobes and a child's high bed from nearby Conforama, then 45mins. motorway to Ikea.

Apart from slightly lower quality from Conforama, as previously mentioned, the other main issue, is that no basic pre assembly is done, as is sometimes the case with Ikea, so much more self assembly is required.

If put together correctly, with care, the finished product isn't all bad.

What lets both stores down, but particularly Conforama, is that their demonstration furniture is scrambled together hurriedly and poorly, probably by chimps, and can look quite shoddy in the showroom.
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