This is the first time I've used the Gadget Shop Online and I'll have to have a think to see whether I shop with them again.
There's currently a 'Month of Madness' special daily offer taking place, and yesterday they had a pro Golf Game reduced from £39.99 to £2.99! As my husband is quite keen on golf, but rarely gets a chance to have a go even at the local driving range, I thought this would be an ideal surprise Christmas present for him.
So I stick it in my basket, register with the site, and go through to check out. They've added on £3.99 postage. As a regular online shopper I was surprised to see this (granted it was on the front page clear for everyone to see) as many online shops don't have postage costs anymore. But I didn't mind on this occasion considering the alleged cost of the game itself at it's RRP. I complete checkout and everything's great. I receive a confirmation email and am told that I will receive another email to let me know when it's dispatched.
Imagine my surprise when I find out that the game has been delivered this morning! Less than 24 hours after my initial order! I'm very impressed! Briefly....
It's quite a large box due to the nature of the game, and therefore the delivery man had to knock on the door for someone to accept it. Unfortunately, I had already left for work, and the only person home...was my husband. Now, normally with online orders, this situation isn't a problem. It's not easy to tell what's in the packages when they arrive. However, this didn't arrive in a package!! They had just taken the game in its normal box and stuck a delivery note on it! Now, I can understand with other large packages you might have delivered that it's silly and impractical to wrap them up (after all, you wouldn't expect your washing machine turning up with extra packaging wrapped around it to hide what it is!). Surely, this well established large company is unaware that this is the type of item that that you don't buy as a necessity, but as a present for someone? Especially in the lead up to Christmas (and the increase of people buying early due to the credit crunch and impending Royal Mail strikes!). Even a bin bag wrapped around and taped would have been better than nothing. Is it too much to ask? Really?
So there's my surprise for my husband spoiled. A great shame. I have emailed the Gadget Shop expressing my disappointment, but I'm not expecting much of a response to be honest. A little note next to the item saying "this is a large item and will not come wrapped" wouldn't have hurt - I could have arranged for it to be delivered to a friend or my parents house.
I haven't been home to see the game itself, but on chatting to my husband, it looks good from the outside. Which is a blessing. Even if the surprise has been spoiled.
It's only due to the assumed quality of the game and the incredibly fast delivery that this site is getting a 3 star rating. They are very lucky!
I have purchased products from gadgetshop many times, and will again, and again. The website is very clearly layed out. Also like to use www.firebox.com and www.gofrostfire.com.
Originally founded in 1991, Gadgetshop was a household name in the newest, quirkest gadgets and gismos. Our local store was full of funky bits and pieces, with electronic toys whizzing around the shop and battery operated birds attached to the ceiling and flying in circles. School children loved it and would often wander in, have a poke, then leave. (As one of them at the time, I can certify this happened on a regular basis!)
As some of the best pieces were the more expensive ones, I can't say an awful lot of purchasing ever went on. Our Gadgetshop was great to look at, but I personally never bought anything as the products on sale mildly appealed to me, but not enough for me to part with money. It's probably not surprising therefore that in 2005, the chain went into administration.
Since 2005, Gadgetshop has been trading as an online store (with different people in charge), probably because it's less expensive to run! With stiff competition from more established online retailers like Firebox and IWOOT, can Gadgetshop keep up?
EASE OF USE
The site is divided up into the following sections: urban living, fun stuff, retro, books, games, party!, as seen on TV, activity days, eco friendly gadgets, techno toys, big boys toys and accessories for ipods. At the moment, there's also a special Secret Santa section.
There is no option to view all gadgets, but you can view everything within one category. You can search by name or product code, if you know it.
The site is fairly easy to use, but I have found at times it loads rather slowly.
At GadgetShop.com, there are currently 77 products in a special Secret Santa section. If you order one of these items, delivery is free! However, if you order something else that's not in this section, you do have to pay a delivery charge, so watch out for that.
Prices range from £3.95 to £17.95, and at the time of writing, 59 out of 77 products were still in stock. You have until Tuesday to order Christmas presents, so it may be worth a look for some last minute stocking fillers (probably too late for the office Secret Santa though).
Some of the items, such as the "Poo Pooing Reindeer" are quite frankly rubbish, and you will have seen them for sale on the high street everywhere for the past ten years or so, but there are a few gems if you look hard enough. The USB powered vacuum for example, at £5.95 looks to be a useful addition for anyone with a computer (the cable is long enough to use with desktops by the way!) and the special Jack Daniels gourmet coffee and mug set for £7.95 would be a nice present for any JD drinker. For £6.95 you can pick up a set of salt and pepper retro dice shakers, which is a quirky little stocking filler that I haven't seen anywhere else.
VALUE FOR MONEY
The Secret Santa section definitely offers the best value for money across the site, so if you're currently at the panic stage, where you still have loads of presents to buy and not enough time in which to find them, it's worth going straight to the Secret Santa part of the site and skimming for ideas.
Online discounts are hard to find, but a 10% discount on products can be found if you look hard enough. Try hotukdeals.com for the latest discount codes. I used Quidco.com for a further 10% cash back, but there are probably lots of other cash back sites offering a similar deal.
This year is the first time I've ordered from GadgetShop.com, so I can't comment on this. They do have a phone line open from Monday to Saturday (9am to 9pm weekdays, 9am to 5pm Sunday) if you need to get in touch about anything, and although it's an 0870 number, a quick search on SayNoTo0870.com reveals a geographical number you can call for a more reasonable price.
Standard delivery costs £3.90, which is pretty average for an internet gadget retailer. The Scottish Highlands and Islands attract a higher price, which I thought was a bit rubbish, but after checking the T&Cs of other sites, realised this was actually pretty standard. Express delivery starts from £5.95, and again, this is on average.
My order arrived when it said it would, but I was disappointed with the packaging. With one of my orders from IWOOT, my items obviously didn't fit neatly into a standard box, so they had been put in a large box and padded with air pockets to ensure they didn't get knocked around in transit. With my Gadgetshop order, everything had been crammed into one box, and consequently some of the individual product boxes had been squashed and looked a bit like they'd been pulled out from the bottom of a pile. I checked everything to ensure it was all in one piece, and my goodies do look in good nick, but I was disappointed with the state of the packaging. I think good presentation always makes something look that little bit nicer, and this was therefore a let down for me.
Because everything had been crammed in, I damaged the packing of one item slightly when trying to open my order.
This may not be a major issue for most people, but if you're a perfectionist like me, this is something to bear in mind!
The site works fine most of the time, but I feel it's missing a bit of personality. Firebox for example has very touch in cheek descriptions of their products and invite customer reviews, pictures and videos. The descriptions on Gadgetshop aren't particularly funny, and as all you get is a photo (or at best, a couple of photos) it can be hard to figure out what you're getting before you order it. I suppose that was the best part of their high street stores - you could have a play before actually buying the item.
I would consider using Gadgetshop again, but it wouldn't be my first choice stop for shopping. I'm used to emailing questions to IWOOT and getting a quick response, and opening my orange Firebox parcels to find free sweeties inside! There's nothing seriously wrong with Gadgetshop, but it doesn't seem particularly special.
What do you buy the man who has everything? Well, that's exactly what I found myself contemplating a few weeks ago as a friend approached his 23rd birthday? Suddenly, it hit me. The Gadget Shop! After all, they sell lots of often useless, but fun gifts, surely they'd have something that'd suit him. Unfortunately, my nearest Gadget Shop is quite a trek away, but never fear, the internet is here! I typed the URL into my address bar and off I went. Admittedly, this is a very nice site. It's got a nice layout and design and is very easy to navigate. A bar at the top has a list of categories, and resting your cursor on one of them reveals a drop down menu from you to pick from. You can also search by keyword or price, something I found very useful as I didn't want to spend a fortune on my friend. You can also sign up to the site as a member which no doubt gives you benefits such as email newsletters and not having to type in your details for every order, but I didn't sign up, so I can't speak from experience on this. Corporate information, information on jobs, general information on the site (including FAQs) and store information is also available to the consumer via the website. The FAQs are useful, giving information on returns, cancelling orders, delivery charges etc. The site itself boasts a large selection of fun and interesting gadgets and toys. You could easily pass an hour or so browsing through everything, but it can be quite expensive to buy from the Gadget Shop, although it is generally worth it as the products are so unique. I browsed and found the ideal gift, so followed the instructions to order it. I found the process of giving my details give boring and cumbersome. I felt I've ordered off other sites that make
this process much easier and quicker, but there was a nice touch of being given the chance of using the Collect Points system, where you can pick up your goods from certain locations nationwide eg. certain fuel garages etc. for an additional charge. However, I opted for delivery to my home address. Delivery is free on orders over £50, but since my order was only £10, I had to pay £3 delivery. I had the option of getting it gift wrapped, and their gift wrapping was quite reasonably priced, but I opted against this, deciding to just deal with that myself. True to their word, my order was dispatched the day after I'd placed the order. I received an email informing me of its dispatch. Both on the site and on the email it said that it should be delivered within 5 working days. Meanwhile I placed orders for another gift on lush.co.uk and waited patiently. My Lush goods arrived, even though they'd been ordered a few days later than my Gadget Shop goods, but no sign of any other parcels yet. I waited a while longer. Still no sign. After over a week of waiting, I sent an email to the address given on the email I'd received saying that I hadn't received my goods and that it had been over 5 working days. I sent it in the evening, and expected to have a reply when I logged into my email account the following evening, but I didn't. It was the evening after that before I got an email stating that my goods had been dispatched and if they still hadn't arrived then I would have to ring customer services. By this time it was about 6.30pm, and the customer service lines were closed until the next day. I'd already missed my friend's birthday and had had to apologise and ask him to wait a little longer on his gift. It finally arrived two days after his birthday, about 4 days later than it should ha
ve done. The thing I love about online shopping is that it's hassle free. You look at a screen, pick what you like, type in some details and sit back and relax while it gets delivered to your door. I don't like having to try to chase up goods that arrive late. I was probably just unlucky, and probably their delivery is usually more efficient, but I would be reluctant to use gadgetshop.com again, because of this experience.
Hi, I first would like to tell you about my opinions. Opinion Section 1: Describing what product/website/discussion etc is, and what it is all about. Opinion Section 2: Why I mostly like it and I will give examples. Opinion Section 3: What benefits it can give to you and other people Opinion Section 4: Some information and goodbye! OS1: The gadgetshop.com, is a shop and a website which is concentrated in giving society some fun. Normal toys are too boring, people from the gadgetshop.com say, explore science, fun and nature in all types of toys. From the worlds smallest remote controlled car to Bad Bear Nokia 3310 fascia will really give you fun, excitement, and happy! The shop is located in brilliant places offering people of all ages to come in and buy something. There only gadgets, and they are very cheap! Some people think they are stupid but the only reason in most of the gadgets is plainly just to have some fun. What do you think is better and more enjoyable, playing with lego or playing with a large, squishy amoeba ball or making your own balloons in all different shapes and sizes. If you are an adult and are about to close this window because you think it is all kiddys stuff, well DONT because the Gadgetshop has plenty of sections for the woman, KITCHEN, PINK, and GADGETADULT, AND WOMAN. And if you are a man there is BLUE, BEER, GADGETADULT and MAN. So don't sweat, there is something for everyone in the family in the gadgetshop. With helping shop assistants, cheap products and there is always a sale this is my favourite shop in my city centre of Belfast! OS2: The main reason I like the gadgetshop is because when I step in my eyes are opened wide of excitement when I walk in, and as my friends will tell you, you can't get me out of there without getting something. My current order-list is: Orange Juicer, mini remote controlled car, 5 amoeba balls, Mobile phone indicator, and lots lots more. Wi
th cheap and the best prices around for example an amoeba ball is £1 and a mini-safe or an orange juicer is just £10. Some recent products that I have bought include my near-favourite the Cyber Spy which amplifies sound up to 10 times better! I can now spy and bug everyone's conversations. It is also very cool when you are listening to the TV. Other products I have bought is the (I thought impossible to buy) Homer Simpson famous hat with two beer or coke holders. Now I can sit here now sipping on two cokes (you must think i'm bart.. lol :) .) I think it is a very good shop for buying anything from Chrome to Stationary, from Lighting to Mobile phone covers and from Blue to Gadgetadult. OS3: The main benefits of the Gadgetshop is the way you can pay and the convenient ordering system. If you place an order of £10 or more on the internet you get free delivery. And don't be thinking "not the internet", my credit card will go blank, because now with the Gadgetshop you can pay with Splash Plastic.com, which is basically a pre-pay internet card which you can top up at your local shop. Prices under £10 with as simple delivery of £2.50. I use to think I would get nothing in the Gadgetshop because it was "kids" but I was amazed to see that it had stuff for teenagers as well. Also adults, and grannys, and childminders, and baby brothers and big sisters. With something for everything in the family and an automatic birthday reminder with reccomendations if you sign up the Gadgetshop is the best. Pay with most credit cards, postal order, cheque, splash and smartcreds it has great variety as well. OS4: If you would like to purchase from the gadgetshop.com then log on to the website. If it says who reccomended, please enter me! and have some fun shopping! It's bye bye for now and more shopping on the Gadgetshop. Please look forward to more: nanoryesnat opinions. Ronan
I'm am neither a shopoholic or a madly generous person, but whenever I shop at GadgetShop.com, I seem to buy an awful lot, and spend a good lot of money. The site has three major advantages to help you empty your bank account - Ease of use, Range of Stock and Free Postage & Packing. Combined they are deadly to your wages. *** EASE OF USE: Searches are easy and relevant, and the catagories are easily used through simple drop down menus. As for the service, the site accepts all common credit cards, including Solo etc, and the order process is quick and simple. Gift wrapping is available for £2, no matter how much you buy, so for larger Christmas orders this is particularly good value. RANGE OF STOCK: Whether you're feeling like something daft for yourself or someone else, or if you're after a solution to a problem, GadgetShop can help. Well priced, basic to fancy practical items such as penknifes are available on the same site as daft old classics such as the rubber chicken and the drinking hat or new ideas like the 'Toilet nanny'. They have a good range of lamps, from practical to furry, plus catagories by colour if you are doing out a room. Basically, if you like a laugh or a new idea you, won't help but find something you HAVE to buy! DELIVERY: Deliveries are by 1st class Royal mail and are dispatched very quickly. Living in Orkney, orders take a few days but they may well be quicker in Mainland Britain. They offer the option to send anything you want back, but having always been satisfied with my goods, I cannot comment on this area of the service! *** All in all a great service and a guaranteed drainer of bank accounts for anyone into strange or obscure things through to useful but rare gadgets!
You know that feeling of annoyance you get when you're shopping online and you "proceed to checkout" only to find that those unbelievably cheap items are now not so cheap with added postage and packing? It's familiar to me, which is why I was so pleased when I discovered gadgetshop.com. I had been introduced to the Gadget Shop by a friend whilst out shopping, absolutely loving it, I made sure that I visited the website when I got home, as I do not live near a store. I was very impressed, as not only do they have the same range as in-store, probably even more actually, but the prices are also very reasonable. "There must be a catch", I thought, as I filled my virtual shopping basket full of quirky gifts and gadgets, but when I proceeded to checkout, the prices I'd seen when I added the items to my basket comprised the total price I was paying. This is because when you buy from this marvellous website, postage and packaging are free, no matter what you buy! From a keyring, to a to a micro-scooter to a fridge, it's all free! And, the first thing you read on the homepage is "Free returns if you are not 100% satisfied"! This website is almost too good to be true, but luckily it is! This is because: * The actual products available are brilliant! As the title of the shop suggests, you can purchase gadgets, but there are many other things too. You can buy cuddly toys, candles, torches, hair growing (!) kits, invisible men, lighters, watches, phone accessories, pens, decision balls, inflatables, you name it! And if you're not shopping for yourself (oh it's hard to resist!), then the products make great gifts. You can have them gift-wrapped and sent straight to the recipient if you like! The products are very individual and exclusive to Gadget Shop, and the prices are extremely reasonable. * No matter how much you buy and how heavy it is, delivery is always free. * Al
l products are delivered within five working days (within the UK, ten outside it) at the most, normally your delivery arrives in two or three days. * If you are not 100% satisfied, you can return the items free of charge. * There are many ways to pay - gadgetshop.com accepts a large range of credit and debit cards and cheques also. * The site is easy to use and navigate around. It is secure as well. These are just a few of the reasons why I would recommend gadgetshop.com to absolutely anyone. I don't often shop online but gadgetshop.com is well worth it, I have shopped with them several times and I have never ever been disappointed. Go on, give it a go, I'm sure you won't be able to resist gadgetshop.com!
At www.gadgetshop.com you can buy some very cool gadgets and electronic goods for a very very low price... You can get cool LCD clocks for as little as £5 and some even cooler ones for £10... You can buy some dodgy and interesting gadget, mini-pool, mini-darts, mini-table tennis and much much more... At Gadgetshop.com they deliver free to UK residence within 5 working days, and they will even Gift wrap it, with a little message, for free... The site is well laid out, easy to use and it's pretty fast... So if you're looking for something to get for someone at christmas, or for a birthday or even just for yourself then why not visit, www.gadgetshop.com...
If like me you are always on the search path for that wee something that’s different for a gift - then this is the place to take a search through. I am always looking for something really different and funny to give my boyfriend on his birthday and other special dates. After searching all over the place - I came across The gadget shop. The gadget shop offers a vast range of gifts to suit all sorts - from gadget boy to cyber freak. There's everything from FART ALARMS to GIRLFRIEND CONTROLS and loads of other wonderful things. The prices of these items are super value and you will have no trouble finding something to suit everyone’s pocket level. And an added bonus is the fact there is FREE postage and packaging - GREAT hey.
This is a site that I recommend to anyone who has problems finding presents for friends and family. This is the site that will help you find the best looking and most trendiest gift so what are you waiting for. You may have seen the Gadget Shop in the high street but if you haven’t fear not, this is the next best thing. The site is very well laid out and you will have no problem finding what you want. The colours of the site go well and it’s easy to find the categories. I was looking for a gift for my brother and I found some really cool things. First of all I tried the presents under £20 where I found a host of things some which were quite good like really trendy clocks, watches, all the traditional gifts but with a modern touch. You can get a huge selection of ash trays from £2.50 from different shapes, colours and designs, like a hand ash tray and Marlboro small metal ashtray £4.95. The search engine is really good and what ever is on the site, you will find on there. Like lava lamps for £20.00 even key rings, some naughty ones too. The prices vary and for some items you will think it’s worth paying that kind of money but for others they price can be a bit steep. There are gifts that are just so cool that you just have to buy, so if you like shopping then you’ll definitely want to buy from this site. Delivery is free within the UK and if you are not satisfied then you will get a 100% refund. I ordered gadget e-alarm clock for £20 and it arrived within four days and I was really impressed with the quality. Sometimes you buy a product and the look on the site can be deceiving well not this, I was very impressed with my purchase and I am sure my brother was. If you have the time then scan through what the site has to offer, check the finger hooks out priced £2.95 and fart alarm for £9.95 you’ll find many more weird and wonderful things. The site is fast and the coloured pictures loo
k really good. A site which will hopefully mean you will never be lost for ideas for presents again.
I live a sheltered life. I have an eighty mile round trip to the nearest Habitat Store. We’ve just lost our independent cinema, the only cinema we had. Another eighty mile round trip to see the latest releases. A cappuccino in a Café Costa at Waterloo station has me talking about it for weeks later. I live a sheltered life. So stimulating websites that offer me exciting goods that I just won’t see in my local high street shops impress me. I’m like an innocent, succumbing to their wares. I lean towards the amusing, the offbeat, humorous kinda novelty that nobody really needs, but is guaranteed to bring a smile to the face of the recipient. A bit of joy is welcome in everyone’s life, something that allows them to lighten up a little…they feel good, and so do I! On the other hand, gadgets and me? Me and gadgets? Nope! Just read my Dooyoo profile to realise we don’t go hand in hand. Hence, a recommendation from a friend to visit the gadgetshop online for bizarre, reasonably priced out of the ordinary gift ideas with a different slant, made me think at once of the ‘innovative’ brochure that arrives on my doormat at frequent intervals. Unbelievably, needless gadgets that promise to make life richer, such as “ The Solar Sweaty Gonads Airer” and the “Bleeding Lip-Liner Preventor” No batteries required! Do we want or need these? I don’t think so, Dooyoo? I cynically entered the gadgetshop.com and from that moment on I was a convert. Its amusing, entertaining and full of goodies that you didn’t think you’d want and desire till you see them. Suddenly my birthday and Christmas list is manageable. Do you want a gift for under a fiver? They have it! Do you want a gift for an adult male for under a tenner? They have it! The search facility is excellent. I typed in CD Holder and a page came up instantly, using both words separately and together and displayi
ng several items. Each item can be enlarged and up comes a clean full size image with complete description and price in less than a second. A very fast, easy to navigate site indeed. But that’s a waste of time. Might just as well go straight to their own Categories, where you can’t go wrong. I’ll give you a random selection of a few of the Categories: Ashtrays: A very tasteful Lung Ashtray, a bargain at £6.99 A small white Hand Ashtray, a steal at £2.99 Bad Taste: S**t Head. Hilariously humiliating, the hat is covered with Velcro strips, allowing you to pelt the victim with felt number 2’s. Side splitting hilarity for £9,99. Dick Ring: Make a statement with a Dicklexic key ring as evidence of a mis-spelt yoof. Only £3.95 Contact Lens: Hearts, Yellow Cat, White! Wearable for up to thirty days and they are spooky! From £20.00 to £40.00 Lighters: Latex Body Man/Woman Lighter! Would you Adam and Eve It? No details spared. £2.95 Portable Car Fridge: A serious gift this is, and a serious price. Plug it into your car cigarette lighter and within an hour, have ice-cold drinks for your picnic. £74.95 The Drinking Hat: Holds two cans and leaves your hands free as you drink through the attached tube! £4.95. Whaaaaat? Now who would wear a hat like that? The gadgetshop website is very fast to download, and searches are faster than your mouse hand can operate. I’d go as far as saying that a novice net shopper would find the experience non threatening, and would navigate with ease and confidence. The price range is from £1.95 for a Funky refillable Bugs Lighter, to £999.95 for a Skoot, described as “Is it a suitcase, is it a moped? No it’s a Skoot “ There are serious gadgets here as well as novelty items. Even more heartening to order and buy, is the 100% free delivery and returns service anywhere in the UK. Site
security is confidently explained. The FAQ Page covers any query a prospective buyer may have on their mind, and will put them at ease with the Plain English approach. The Reminder Service will email you as a special occasion approaches, offering suitable gifts according to the details given by you about friends and family and their inclinations. The Wish List allows the buyer to put items aside without putting them in the Shopping Basket and email the list directly to a friend, who can browse and select for themselves from the site. The Address Book allows you locate an address anywhere in the UK by entering just a few known details. It can be used to store a list of family/friends/personal addresses for your own reference, saving time ordering and entering alternative delivery addresses. Ways to pay are secure and varied, using credit cards, phone or by cheque. Ordering was a pain free affair, there was a Printer Friendly version of my order confirmation available instantly, and I received an email confirming my order and dispatch date. Because the nature of the stock changes so frequently, the gadgetshop don’t produce a catalogue, and with a website like this, they don’t need to. I see it as an online, efficient, enjoyable place to visit, browse, have a smile and buy from home. More Features included: High Street Stores Locater at a click. Enter your PostCode, and the address of the nearest store to you appears onscreen. I entered my PostCode , and what did I tell you? Fifty miles away in Bristol. A hundred mile round trip! I said I led a sheltered life. For people like me who have no easy access for this type of shopping, I mean my Town’s great for cauliflowers and fish, then online shopping like this is a godsend. The free delivery and returns are worth mentioning again, the pure joy of whizzing so quickly through the pages, and not forgetting the variety, price and choice of the goods t
hemselves. Would you like to know what I ordered? My items arrived within five days as promised, securely wrapped and clearly invoiced. For my Brother: A charming “ Mouse Mat Bad Air Day” Use your imagination, it’s my Brother! £5.95 For my Morty: A delightful Toilet Mat “Aim Here” You know what I mean girls! £9.95 For my best male mate: A “Bad Taste Flasher Teddy Bear” Complete with White Mac. £9.95 I’m off now to look for something unsuitable for my daughter and my unshockable Mum and Dad. Contact Details: The Gadget Shop Limited Hesslewood Hall Ferriby Road Hessle HU13 0LH email: email@example.com Website:http://www.gadgetshop.com
This shop sells some good gagets but at an very expenive rate. For example a simple radio in the stlye of a man, cost £20 but a normal radio would usallt cost £5. If they want people to buy their products then they should lower the price of them. Most of the products are usless any way so I dont know why any one would want to buy them. And I still dont know why the shops still open because there is hardly any people in my local branch. So when you walk buy one dont look in or you will spend more than you want to. Happy Shopping Matt
Gadgetshop.com is a terrific place to shop both online and on the high street. The website is among the best of the e-tailers I've used and I have been very impressed with every aspect of their site and service. Having logged on to the site I was greeted with the latest products and offers, each with a decent picture and description. But it's the way you can search for things that makes this site great. As well as searching for names, you can search by various other means, categories like blue, house proud and gadget boy mean you can find things for just about anyone easily. You can also search by price bracket and "who it's for" as well as occasion. This makes the site really user friendly and is always worth a look. Having placed my order, I was promptly e-mailed the details and told where I could follow my orders progress. The next evening my goods were displayed as sent and arrived a few days later via recorded post. One of the items was causing me bother (my fault I must add, not theirs) so i called their (free) helpline and having been speedily connected my problem was solved pretty quickly. Gadgetshop.com is a great place to shop, cionsidering how busy the actual high street stores seem to get, it might be better shopping here. Just remember you have to have someone there for delivery, as its recorded and needs a signature.
No doubt you have been to a Gadget Shop high street store, and been baffled by the wide range of stuff on offer, from lava lamps to inflatable clocks! They have recently rebranded to gadgetshop.com stores, and this is exactly where you will find their brilliant online shop, http://www.gadgetshop.com/. As soon as you hit the site, you will see that it is well laid out, and that they have two freebies over other sites: -they offer free delivery -they gift wrap it all free! With products starting at 50p, you`ll find something for everyone with free delivery! They accept all cards, including the orphan SOLO card, which under 16s can have (see natwest.com). A well laid out, bargain site, and they delivery within a few days! Great.
Christmas is coming. I think a lot of people are having the same situation as I am having - annoyed of looking for presents for friends and family. I found this Web site from search engine, and I find it really interesting and cool indeed. There are tons of cute, useful, advanced, sophisticated, and wide variety of presents from gadgetshop.com. Additionally the prices are so reasonable. I hate buying normal present like cards, or something else which you can buy easily from the high street shops. From gadgetshop.com, I can find a lot of funny and interesting present which I think my family and friends will appreciate and love much. There are variety of presents that you can choose from gadgetshop.com such as: 1. Alarm Clocks 2. Animals 3. Watches 4. Accessories 5. etc. All of them are very interesting gifts indeed. For example, I bought a clock from gadgetshop.com. That is not a normal clock. There is a projector built in the clock so that in dark you can project the time and date on the wall or ceiling. Sounds fun indeed. I have tried to find this kind of clock from high street shop but I couldn't find one similar.