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Topic # 119044 18-May-2013 10:53
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We have a free double bed for someone to take away if they want it. It's an inner sprung sleepyhead 'deep sleeper' mattress and matching base. There are four screw in timber legs, too. The base and mattress are a pink/purple flowery colour fwiw. 

It's maybe 15 years old but is still pretty comfortable. The covering on the base has some tears along the seam but doesn't affect it at all. 

I haven't been able to take any pics as it's currently in storage but if anyone wants any I can get them soon. It will be moved to our apartment some time this weekend so collection will be from here.  

Pickup only in central Wellington. 

This would make a great bed for a flatter as not only is it comfortable, but it's free!

Call/txt Paul on 021499574 if you'd like to pick it up. First in first served and I've advertised this elsewhere so I reserve the right to remove the post here if it gets taken away. 

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  Reply # 821501 18-May-2013 10:53
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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