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Old 28-12-17, 07:53 AM
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Have you looked on FB marketplace? well worth a look IMO, even if you don't have an account (just set up a bogus one so you can get access).
No, never used it but will have a look.

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Old 28-12-17, 08:08 AM
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i use and old solid Oak Dinning Table, 6FT x 3FT , that i got from a 2nd hand shop, solid as a rock and plenty of space. I only paid £10 as well. Just needed sanding down and re-varnishing- job done.
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Old 28-12-17, 08:52 AM
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i use and old solid Oak Dinning Table, 6FT x 3FT , that i got from a 2nd hand shop, solid as a rock and plenty of space. I only paid £10 as well. Just needed sanding down and re-varnishing- job done.
Yeah only problem with these for me are they tend to be too thick around the border due to the frame. Can't clamp things on easy and my chair doesn't go that low so won't be able to get under it probably. Reason I'm after a desk desk is because they normally take up little volume besides the top.
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Old 28-12-17, 07:13 PM
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Yeah exactly. Looking for something 100 quid mark if possible. A kitchen unit top may still be doable but I'm not 100% sure I won't move the location of it in the future.
Make your own.

Spend most of the budget on an oak top, and just get cheap sturdy legs.
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