Advantages It looks nice in the catalogue
Disadvantages Not so good in the flesh
|Ease of Use|
When I first saw this wine rack in the Argos catalogue I was quite impressed, that was back in the day when I never bothered to read reviews. it was a case of that looks nice I'll buy it. I have learned my lesson now, before I buy anything I read consumer reviews on the product, it saves me wasting my money and being disappointed later on.
The instructions said minimal assembly required, I guess I must have been reading it upside down then. The measurements for the wine rack are H32, W32, D18cm.
The wood the wine rack is made up of is unfinished pine (supposedly) and once assembled the rack will hold 12 bottles of average sized bottles of wine, well small bottles if I want to be picky. In the beginning I made sure I had at least 5 bottles of wine on it at a time, but over time I really couldn't be bothered with it and the wine rack just got ignored. It was moved from it's home and shoved in a corner, out the way. I never dared to take it apart because if I do ever want to use it again it will take me forever to put it back together again. So it does still remain in one piece, I have to say it has lasted well, it does remain wobbly however and I find it quite an eyesore these days. If I'm honest I haven't used it for quite a while and I don't really have any intentions of using it.
2 stars for the Argos 12 bottle wooden wine rack, I really don't personally like it anymore but I'm giving it 2 stars because it's seen some abuse over the years and it's still standing after all this time.Thank you for reading my review which may also be posted on other sites.
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