Package delivered with care by courier (honestly) and I checked it before hand, no sign of dents etc. However when I opened everything up, found that the back board (which is thankfully out of sight) had a split where it has been subjected to weight in box. OK, its out of sight so I could cope with that. I started to put the item together, instructions not brilliant, and found that two of the fittings were missing from the packaging. Rather than mess about contacting the suppliers, I sourced them locally with a little research. Looks nice when put together, but disappointed with everything else. These are issues at manufacturing level, which supplier would be unaware of, but should take up with the importers.
The Alaska range is well finished to a high white gloss and supplied assembled. Bathrooms can be difficult rooms in which to install furniture do to the routing of soil pipes and other plumbing but units can be easily cut down to allow for obstacles. The tops of the units are individual but can be easily removed in favour of installing a continuous or tiled work surface. The variety of widths and depths available should provide storage solutions for most locations. Whilst fitting can be built in, similar to kitchen units, this range can also provide freestanding "loose" furniture within the bathroom
I bought this item and built it today. It is poorly made with cheap parts and feels flimsy. It is too low for most sinks so sits with a large gap between the basin and the unit - with looks stupid. I cannot believe I paid £60 for this item - I would pay £20 maximum.