Ikea Njuta Slippers Reviews
Newest Review: ... really needs but I can never resist a bargain which is how I ended up with a pair Njuta slippers from Ikea. They are only £3 ... more
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Customer Ikea Njuta Slippers Reviews (4)
by - written on 05/10/12 (Very useful, 540 readings)
I've been buying the Njuta slippers from Ikea for both myself and my husband for a number of years now. They are cheap and cheerful and they serve their purpose well. What more do you need in a pair of slippers! The Ikea Njuta slippers are normally £3 per pair, however if you have an Ikea Family Card then they are just £2 per pair for Ikea Family Card members. The Njuta slippers are available in a wide range of colours; Ikea currently have them available in purple, orange, navy, pink or black. I normally buy either the pink or purple for myself, and either the navy or black for my husband. I've occasionally even seen the slippers in discontinued colours in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
My favourite thing about winter is that I get to get out all my cosy and comfy clothes again and one of my favourite items is slippers. I absolutely adore them and love getting back in the house after being outside and getting into my pj's or a onsie and putting some slippers or fluffy socks on. I own a ridiculous amount of slippers, more than one person really needs but I can never resist a bargain which is how I ended up with a pair Njuta slippers from Ikea. They are only £3 but as I am a member of Ikea Family I got them for the bargain basement price of £2 so even though I didn't need them I couldn't resist. There was a few different colours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/13 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I've moved into a lovely new house recently. It has gorgeous wooden floors downstairs, and fluffy creamy carpet upstairs. All in all, it's a beautiful house - and I'm determined to keep it that way, so much so that I've introduced a no shoes upstairs rule, for both family and guests. However, I don't want to have cold feet, especially at this time of year. And I don't want my friends to have them either. Luckily, as an avid viewer of Asian films, particularly Japanese ones, I already had it in my mind to buy several pairs of slippers for guests, and I picked up several pairs from Ikea, for £2 each. (The normal price is £3, the £2 is with the Ikea family ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/13 (Useful, 39 readings)
The Njuta slippers are very basic slippers with a flat base and a flap of fabric sewn over the top to create the body of the slipper. They slip on and off easily and are a good basic slipper. They won't last forever, and certainly won't survive going in the wash, but they are pretty good for three quid. The material is very soft, and slightly furry / fluffy (it has quite a short "pile"). The slippers are roomy and although they come in quite ambiguous sizes (small, medium, large as far as I remember) they do fit well. They are available in a variety of colours, although only three were available when I bought mine. I would probably buy another pair ... Read the complete review
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