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Earlybird


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20/03/2010 11:23

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We have been using plastic sun beds but after 3 years left in the sun, they become brittle and break. Are the wooden ones a better buy or any other suggestions?



nurseawful



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20/03/2010 13:11

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The wooden ones in my opinion are worse as they need constant maintenance rubbing down and re- varnishing and are a lot more expensive.



Chris



gazmufc78


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20/03/2010 13:35

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It seems that the plastic ratan are the best but expensive. I require 4 sunbeds and would prefer to buy plastic ratan but priced them up at garden life and was told that the price was................. wait for it.......................... 295 pounds. I asked how many that was for and was told that was the price each, but you get a matress included. Would apreciate anyone who can direct me to where they deal in reality.



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Earlybird


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20/03/2010 13:50

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Thanks Chris, I was thinking about wooden but have now changed my mind! As for the plastic rattan...does anyone really pay that price?! I suppose if people buy them at that price, they will keep on selling them! Looks as though it may be back to the plastic!



onestop


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20/03/2010 15:20

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Earlybird

Please have a look at the attached link for an alternative to plastic or rattan. The beds can be made any size or colour - with or without arms. http://www.surecyprus.com/services/iron-work/sun-loungers-a-beds.html



Earlybird


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20/03/2010 15:42

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Thank you for the link but prices would be helpful not just for me but I am sure others would be interested. I know you say any size but a price for an average size, black without arms.



gazmufc78


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20/03/2010 17:05

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onestop, as early bird says prices would be good! keep them reasonable and sales could be good.



TheScarlets



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20/03/2010 17:29

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how much are they? give us some examples please



onestop


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20/03/2010 21:07

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The prices are 180- 60cm x 195cm- normal sunbed size & 255 full single bed size 90cm X 195cm including the mattress which is thick and covered in removable, washable Yacht fabric. The beds are superior quality solid ironwork with wheels for easy manouverability. The backs are fully adjustable. If you require the price for ironwork only ( you can supply your own cheaper mattress), email: info@surecyprus.com. The beds can be any colour you wish, the mattresses a choice of white, neutral or some deep tones. Examples can be viewed locally.



Panchocat


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20/03/2010 22:15

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The wooden ones are the best in our opinion, they look good and don't go brittle and it's not a huge job to rub them down at the end of the season and give them a coat of Sadolin teak oil. No way should you varnish them as it blisters and blows.



We got our more stylish ones at Cyprus Home Furnishings.



Groucho



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21/03/2010 07:08

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The trick with the plastic ones is to get Hay Hay in Karakum (near the K-Pet garage) to make you a cover for the stacked up sun loungers to keep the sun off when they are not in use... it also means cleaning for the start of the season is considerably easier. To date no matter what the wind the cover had never blown off the stack either.



Hay Hay will make them to your specification, for a stack of 2, 3 or 4 including the cushions etc. out of the same thick waterproof material used to cover the lounger cushions. The cost was for the material plus about 10TL to 20TL for making up... I'm sure other places can probably do this too but we know Hay Hay do.



This would apply equally no matter what you loungers are made of.



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