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Posted on 07-24-16 03:01 PM (rev. 2 of 07-24-16 03:42 PM by Kak) Link | ID: 91097
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I've bought a chair from IKEA, so there is obviously a fun part: Assembling it.

I wonder how much time that will take me...

EDIT: aaand done. ~35 minutes spent well

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I wish my parents would stop trying to throw me a birthday party >_>

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Posted by Schezo
I've bought a chair from IKEA, so there is obviously a fun part: Assembling it.

I wonder how much time that will take me...

EDIT: aaand done. ~35 minutes spent well

Depends which kind of chair it is, really.


If it's your typical rotary deskchair, it's really just a matter of placing the piston thing on the foot, then the chair top on top of that. Maybe some extra assembly for extra parts.

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Posted by StapleButter
If it's your typical rotary deskchair.
Correct.

It's a replacement for the old wooden one which would have probably broken at some point. It wasn't too annoying to assemble it.

For the last IKEA related thing I couldn't say the same though, as it was a "bookshelf". Oh dear. :/

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Hehe, the closest IKEA to me is probably somewhere in the Boston area or maybe Connecticut ;) Probably can make it there and back on a single tank of gas


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I got my bed from Ikea, but I had to do a lot of repairs to it myself and add additional metal brackets before it actually became reliable >_> Doesn't give me a high opinion of them.


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at my parents's house we had a ton of IKEA furniture and never had issues with it. We even assembled a IKEA kitchen one year ago and it's pretty good.

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Posted by StapleButter
at my parents's house we had a ton of IKEA furniture and never had issues with it. We even assembled a IKEA kitchen one year ago and it's pretty good.

Everyone tells me this, and that I must have screwed it up to begin with >_> It's definitely possible, I'm not the world's most competent woman*.

*ruining my image here


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Posted on 07-24-16 07:32 PM (rev. 3 of 07-24-16 07:34 PM by Arisotura) Link | ID: 91111
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Depends on what you get, I guess.


In the case of the kitchen, they assume you're going to assemble it in a perfect house with plumbing and all buried inside the walls/floor, perfect 90° angles, etc...

My parents' house is, well, not quite that (it was built in 1830. let's just say that 90° angles aren't a thing). We had to adjust a lot of things to make it fit.


For the same reasons, bookshelves can look dumb when there's a huge gap behind them because the wall is tilted.

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at my parents's house we had a ton of IKEA furniture and never had issues with it. We even assembled a IKEA kitchen one year ago and it's pretty good.
Even though we have some IKEA products around, for me it's nowhere near as much as what you're describing.

I can't really imagine an "IKEA Kitchen".

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this is it


cat not included



you can also notice the wall tilt

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Aww, cute kitty ^_^ My cat tends to prefer the laundry room and my bedroom :P


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Hm, there must have been some real good fun while mounting that.

oh, and maybe ikea will produce wooden/plastic cats one day, so you could say "I bought a cat from ikea" *shot

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Yeah, it was. Also took a while. Each element had to be assembled before they could be put together. Then cutting and fitting the top boards is fun too.


The elements had to be attached to the walls. Drilling the walls in that house is lotto. Either you can drill fine, or you hit stone and can't drill into it.

Gladly, there was the possibility to use a special rail to attach the top elements. The rail gives you many possible holes, so if you fail one, you can try the next one.


Also, the cat loved that spot during Winter. The other cats would also try to steal the spot sometimes :)

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Posted by StapleButter
this is it


cat not included



you can also notice the wall tilt

If the cat isn't included then there is no point in an IKEA kitchen :P

I wish my cat would stop meowing and meowing to go outside >_>

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"NEW! IKEA Cat! Meows and Purrs Cutely! *mother and father cat not included" ^_~


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I suppose the reason Microsoft didn't force Windows 98/2000/ME users to Vista was because many of the machines that came with 98, 2000, or ME probably couldn't run Vista ;) (yet IBM does officially support Windows 7 on some of those machines from the 2001-2004 era)


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RIP Windows 98SE Install I had on the other machine.

I got bored of it and run as much malware as I could.
On a related note, I should upload those VX-Chaos backups at some point.

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