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Drawer hardware

Postby woodstalker » 06 Jan 2017, 10:05

Had a look through the links in the Dropbox spreadsheet for recommended suppliers but couldn't see one for drawer hardware; specifically the drawer slides.

I'm after some for a chest of drawers to keep clothes in. Nothing too fancy but I didn't want to end up with something really cheap and nasty that don't operate very well and then break in the short term.

Also anyone seen a guide for working out what size you need, the differences between full extension and standard,etc.?

Appreciate this had probably been asked before and I did do a forum search which showed plenty of WIP but not where the forum poster got them from.

Many thanks

James
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Re: Drawer hardware

Postby 9fingers » 06 Jan 2017, 11:21

James,

I've used Buller for drawer slides many time before.
Good service and quality products

http://www.bullerltd.co.uk/drawer-runners/


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Re: Drawer hardware

Postby woodstalker » 06 Jan 2017, 18:34

9fingers wrote:James,

I've used Buller for drawer slides many time before.
Good service and quality products

http://www.bullerltd.co.uk/drawer-runners/


HTH

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Thanks Bob i will have a look at their site. :D

edit: thanks Bob, thats exactly what i was after.
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Re: Drawer hardware

Postby Robert » 06 Jan 2017, 20:56

I've used buller before but these are my drawer slides of choice now -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201029536544? ... EBIDX%3AIT

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Nice gliding action, soft close and pretty easy to fit with good tolerance to slightly off sizes. also dead easy to unlatch and remove the drawer.

Bought from that seller a couple of times now.

Their non ebay site may be cheaper depending on qty and delivery cost

http://www.jsfurniture.co.uk/furniture- ... nners.html
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Re: Drawer hardware

Postby woodstalker » 06 Jan 2017, 21:42

Robert wrote:I've used buller before but these are my drawer slides of choice now -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201029536544? ... EBIDX%3AIT

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Nice gliding action, soft close and pretty easy to fit with good tolerance to slightly off sizes. also dead easy to unlatch and remove the drawer.

Bought from that seller a couple of times now.

Their non ebay site may be cheaper depending on qty and delivery cost

http://www.jsfurniture.co.uk/furniture- ... nners.html


Thanks Robert, another good recommendation.
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Re: Drawer hardware

Postby 9fingers » 06 Jan 2017, 21:49

Seeing the GTV logo on Roberts post reminded me that some of the runners from Buller came marked GTV.

Also I see that Buller are running an ebay shop now.

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