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Modular Acacia Timber Decking Garden Flooring Tiles 10pcs (30cm X 30cm Each) $60.30 + Shipping @ Furniture Star Direct

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An extra 10% off on an already low price! $79 $67 $60.30 + Shipping

10pcs Modular Acacia Timber Decking Garden Flooring Tiles

This set of 10 acacia wood with plastic base tiles is perfect for adorning surfaces of the walkway in your gardens, on your terrace or balcony, or any other room. The pattern is not only decorative but adds a non-skid quality.

The decking tiles made of high-quality acacia wood, a tropical hardwood which of course is weather-resistant and highly durable. Thanks to their plug-in connection, the tiles can be made to interlock easily and tightly form a stable walking surface.

Not only does this offer quick and easy installation, but the base also allows for a clean, modern finish. Victoria timber tile doesn't require oiling, painting, or sealing.

Features:

  • Secure interlocking click system for quick and straightforward installation, no tools required. Just click into place and enhance the look of your deck and patio.

  • Authentic wood appearance with carpentry texture allows for water drainage and non-slip traction.

  • Low maintenance, easy to clean with a broom and water hose. Perfect for gazebos, patios, poolsides, concrete, lawn, etc., either hard surface or semi-hard surfaces

  • Ten pieces per box. W30cm x D30cm x H24mm (approx 0.9 meter square)

Package detail:

Carton 1/1: W32cm x D32cm x H21cm (G.W 10kgs)

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Comments

  • +10 votes

    An extra 10% off on an already low price! $79 $67 $60.30 + Shipping

    What a rip off. Looks exactly like Ikea RUNNEN that costs $29.99 for 9 tiles.

    • +1 vote

      It does look the same. But the timber grade and quality are different. Thank you for your comment. Much appreciated,

  • How do these compare to IKEA's 9 pack for $29.99? https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/runnen-floor-decking-outdoor-br... Appears to be acacia wood too.

    Edit: sorry, didn't see the post above.

    • +1 vote

      When you compare them side by side. The timber quality (eg: smoothness and edges) is much different. The number of 'eyes' on each bar is much less or none on our product. If you don't mind these 'eyes' (i.e cheap and less quality) at other stores is suitable for you.

      Thank you for your comment. Much appreciated.

      A good opportunity for me to share the things that matter when selecting the products that look similar.

      • So these Victoria/Decor Star branded ones are more like the VidaXL ones (e.g. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/193933981691)?

        • +1 vote

          I cannot tell without compare it side by side. The price may be different due to many factors as such the marketing cost, the overhead costs, and the profit margin etc.

          • Our products are imported directly from our own factory

          • We don't have a beautiful website with bells and whistles just to point out a few things to consider.

          • We try to keep the price low by running the business with minimal overhead costs.

          Thank you for your comment. Much appreciated.

  • I've never used these, but gut feels is if they're even in a somewhat wet climate, the underside would get quite a bit of mold build up?

    • From my experience, this holds true

    • +1 vote

      Our products do consider and take this into account and allow the water to flow freely (i.e the surface underneath needs to be at a slant angle though). Check out those photos on our online store website.

      Thank you for your comment. I do want to learn the things that buyers want to know.

      Much appreciated.

    • The previous owners of our house put something like this (probably not this exact product, but certainly similar design/concept) down over a concrete slab, and initially they were fine. However over time leaf matter started to get through the gaps and build up underneath the wood. It just acted like super mulch and held moisture persistently, to the point where all the wood just warped and lifted up. We eventually ripped them all up and threw them in the bin, because they looked terrible and had actually rotted badly in some places.

      Tropical hardwood might sound great, but pretty much any wood in constantly damp conditions will eventually rot. If these could be elevated so leave matter and dirt didn't endlessly build up it might be fine, but that's not how they're designed, and I doubt you're going to want to lift up your decking piece by piece to sweep or vacuum every few months…!

      • +1 vote

        Possibly true, but I do think much of the long-lasting depends on many factors. Thank you for your comment.

        • Of course. But in our situation, where the decking was surrounded by trees, it was clearly unsuitable due to the build up under the boards. If you've got it under a gazebo or it's on a balcony up in a block of flats or something, go for it, but if you have a courtyard with trees around it, don't be surprised if you don't get many years out of them.

      • I feel these are a better fit for a balcony or partially covered area where they get wet but not soaked.

        The Ikea ones at least are cheap enough that if they get too nasty it's easy enough to just replace them.

  • Can you pls stop advertising products here? This is bargain site and not ad.

  • Can I fix this directly on top of concrete ? or does it need to be fixed to the ground ?

  • +1 vote

    < 1m², > $60

    No deal…

  • +1 vote

    This store is constantly posting non-bargains

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/user/342819/nodes

    How many is it before it gets banned these days???

    • "Trying to please EVERYONE is a recipe for stress, misery and frustration. Be yourself. It'll be good to know who's down with that."

  • I am thinking to use www.decko.com.au or www.futurewood.com.au anybody use them before?

    • Try to use Google to search for these product reviews you may find the answer. Thank you for your comment.