The wardrobe was a three-door and three-drawer unit, with a mirrored centre door, as shown.
All the furniture follows tried and tested methods of construction, much as you would find in IKEA, Homebase or Tesco’s self-assembly furniture. Most of the joints used cam-bolts and locks, and/or dowels and all the pieces were accurately cut and fitted together well. Some of the holes are not pre-drilled (notably for the door hinges and chest drawer runners) but presented no problems with the screws supplied.
Drawers also use cams and dowels, with metal runners (a different type for the wardrobe drawers). Handles for this range are plastic but look like satin aluminium and are quite smart and sturdy enough.
Looking at the prices on the Argos website, I’d say the furniture represents good value for money, especially if you buy at sale prices. In most respects it is probably as sturdy as IKEA’s equivalent furniture.