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RADIUS Oak 3 door wardrobe

Colour: Oak
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This understated and timeless Radius oak 3 door wardrobe with full length mirror is beautifully crafted from lacquered solid oak and oak veneer and features recessed door handles and rounded corners, joined in traditional methods.
Part of the Radius bedroom furniture range designed by Simon Pengelly for Habitat.
1400
£1,400.00
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Details & Dimensions
  • The bridle joint construction is a carpenter's joint that allows for a corner connection that is very strong in all directions and needs no additional bracing.
  • The beauty of solid oak furniture comes from the natural colour variation seen in the veining and end grain of the individual planks.
  • These variations in structure and colour will occur within each piece of furniture and gives it that natural quality and makes each one an individual piece.
  • Includes 1 shelf and 3 metal hanging rails.
  • Requires home-assembly.
Size
  • W160 x H200 x D58.5cm.
  • Product weight: 140kg.
Construction
  • Lacquered solid oak and oak veneer.
  • chrome plated hanging rails.
Download assembly instructions
Product Code: 28939
Delivery & Returns

Delivery & Returns

Delivery UK Mainland:
Furniture Orders over £500 = Free
Large & bulky orders = £9.95
FREE returns.

Delivery Republic of Ireland:
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Returns = £68

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Care Instructions

Care Instructions

  • Regular dusting with a dry cloth will keep your units clean.
  • If necessary clean by wiping with a damp cloth and immediately wipe dry with a soft dry cloth.
  • Avoid contact with abrasive, alcohol and solvent based substances or cleaning agents as they can damage the surface.
  • The use of furniture polish or sprays is not necessary or recommended.
  • Although the product is protected with lacquer, it remains possible to scratch the finish and care should be take during use.
  • Because of the nature of the materials used for this product, every one is unique.
  • Colour may vary over time due to the natural reaction of the materials to sunlight.
  • Areas that are covered will not vary in colour as much as the exposed areas of the product.
  • In order to help attain a uniform shade, we suggest items are placed on or adjacent to the furniture are regularly repositioned, especially during the first month's exposure.
  • Please consider the colour change of the product when making further purchases from the same range.
  • Do not strike with hard or pointed items.
  • Do not soak
  • drench the articles.
  • Remove liquid spills immediately with an absorbent cloth or paper towel to prevent staining.
Oak 3 door wardrobe is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Radius range We bought Radius wardrobes some years ago. They always look good so we decided to buy the 3door version for another bedroom. Really pleased with it. Assembly instructions were easy to follow.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good item but... Given that you have been making Radius for at least ten years now, I can't believe that the instructions still aren't right or clearer! 1 - the drill holes for the lower rail are too low, unless you are hanging a child's clothes in there, had to redrill about 4 inches higher. 2 - it states that you need 6 screws for 4 of the door-side magnets, why not 4, what happens to the other two? 3 - the drill holes for the two non-mirrored doors are not even: one of the doors had them at 2mm, 3.5mm and 5mm away from the edge, which meant that the door would have hung lopsided (I had to redrill them). 4 - why would you not fix the brackets for the rails before you assemble the wardrobe? Drilling / screwing downwards is so much easier than horizontally. Not to mention, having to lean into the wardrobe to get the screws adjacent to the rear. 5 - you need more explanation about how the middle door fixtures work, it is very unclear what needed to happen, especially as we ended up needing to adjust the internal brackets to get it to fit. Would be useful to have had guidance around that. 6 - why do you have two sets of screws that are so ridiculously close in size? I got that one of them needs to fit the door-side magnets but why not just make the ones that go in the back along the top the same size? Rather than making me have to sift through 15 fiddly, tiny screws to try and work out which is which. 7 - why do you not include a spanner for the door adjustments? The space is so tiny, it's not a tool that most average Joe's would have in their tool box. 8 - the components are ridiculously heavy (especially the middle door) - neither the website nor the instructions make any reference to this. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice enough wardrobe: I'm just disappointed as Habitat always used to be so good but this is a bit rubbish for a line you've been producing for so long.
Date published: 2017-02-13
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