Service time slot given was 11 am - 1 pm and driver was spot on at 11 am. It was a really awful day weatherwise and as our drive is narrow Simon needed to off load the cooker from the van at the end of the drive and wheel it to the house. This was no issue for him and he wheeled it in to kitchen. Simon was really cheerful and efficient and managed it all on his own.Couldn't have wanted a better service. Well done Simon.
I have just recieved my new Indesit hob from 365electrical.com. I found they gave me very good service. There courier Simon Steveson was refreshing in the way he was polite and cheerful, something that is hard to find in delievery drivers these days.Full marks 365 electrical.Mrs M Whattler
Zanussi ZWF14080W Washer. SO-101964. My washing machine arrived today between the times stated and in good condition. The Marks Electrical Ltd delivery driver Chris Hinds was most helpful and helped us get it into our kitchen. From the order to delivery we found the service first class and we would not hesitate to recommend this company to any one looking for a great price and service. We found the system of buying on the inter-net stress free with a clear delivery date, an e-mail the day before delivery and a phone call from the delivery driver 30 minutes before his arrival. Another positive was the amount of choice we had and backed up by enough good information and reviews to allow you to buy with confidence in the product and service. We would have no problem in using this company again for our future electrical items being assured of a good price and service, and customer satisfaction. Thomas Carrick, 45, Laurel Avenue, Bideford, Devon. EX39 3AZ. Telephone number 01237-474031.
Kelkoo is a price comparison website offering you price comparisons of products from various retailers. Products can range from electricals, compiters & software, fashion & lingerie, finance, travel, games, beauty, household appliances, property, and the list goes on... Once you have found the cheapest price available for your requested product, the site offers you to link directly to the retailers website in order to make your purchase. You will then be redirected to the retailer site. I have on several occasions seen a product which I like on the internet and wish to purchase, but often find that when I then visit Kelkoo, I can find the exact same product at a fraction of the price. I find this site really user friendly, easy to use, efficient and really useful if you wish to get the best deal available. I know that there are many other price comparison sites on the internet with the same features, but can recommend this site for any users wishing to get a good deal, and make the most out of their money. Anyway, why pay more when at a click of a button, you can compare prices for the same product and get a cheaper deal...
Kelkoo is one of the best price comparison sites available on the Internet. The idea of the site is that it helps you to find the cheapest online store to buy any sort of item from. To use the site, simply go to www.kelkoo.co.uk, type in the exact item that you are looking for in the box at the top of the page, and click Search. A page will then bring up all of the stores found that sell this item, and you are able to sort on Popularity or Price (both ascending and descending). If you access Kelkoo through www.topcashback.co.uk, you will also receive an additional 1p per day that you carry out a search. One word of warning though, Kelkoo does not search every online shop, so you may still find some items cheaper than anything that appears on your screen. Therefore, it is usually a good idea to try a few different price comparison sites, especially if you are buying something expensive.
Kelkoo is first a formost a price comparison website. If you don't know what that means, well, basically, you search on their site for a specific product and it will scour all of the sites that sell that product and return the results to you. From this you can see which website is the cheapest, which includes free delivery or if there is a delivery charge, how much it will be. The website makes its money by receiving comission when you use its site to then go on and visit a retailer and place your order. I use this site an awful lot as there are so many websites on the internet selling so many different products that it is simply daft to say 'oh, I want book - lets go to Amazon' for example. Once the search results are returned, there are a number of ways to filter the results further so that if you get a large number of results returned, you can weed out the irrelevant products. Some of these filters include brand, memory size, colour, price etc. Obviously these will differ according to the product you are looking for. All in all I find the site very easy to use and then once I have found the site I am going to use to purchase the product, rather than use Kelkoo's link to the retailer, I then go and see whether my favourite cash back site is a partner with said retailer- genius.
Kelkoo is a website which compares prices for goods. It doesn't search for the cheapest because sites pay Kelkoo to be listed. so if a site doesn't want to pay their fees and sells the goods you want for the cheapest price - you won't see this! so Kelkoo doesn't always list the cheapest goods but what it does do is show the prices sme of the bigger stores and websites sell an item at. This allows you to see the average kind of price and decide for yourself whether to buy from here, or search yourself on the internet! Kelkoo is quick at listing prices and included a host of top-name stores. I have found that by going to the link provided the item is not on the stores site at that price - so sometimes it pays to go direct. A useful site which is being copied by others but I still use Kelkoo first as it does seem to be the most accurate.
Kelkoo is a price comparison website. It is NOT a price comparision search engine as they would have you believe. Read on... If shop wants their products listed on Kelkoo, they must fill in an application form and pay for the privilege of having their products listed. They usually per per click, so every shop you look at gets charged whether you buy from there or not. This is how Kelkoo makes their money. The pricing they charge for the shop is not cheap. But why should you care? You are not paying this fee! There are two two reasons why you should care: 1) You ARE paying for the advertising, because the shops may well have to increase their prices to cover the listing fees and I have known shops that have done this 2) It does not cover a wide range of shops. It only covers those who can afford and are accepted by Kelkoo. Those that can afford are those that are making more profit (i.e. often those who charge more). Kelkoo will show you a list of prices for a range of shops but these may or may not be the cheapest you can find. I do like the idea of Kelkoo, however I do recommend that before making a purchase that you also use Google Shopping to compare as well. Google Shopping is free for the shop to use and therefore you are more likely to find a wider range of shops and therefore a wider range of price. Never forget that the best price isn't always the best either. You need to buy from someone who is trustworthy.
Kelkoo.co.uk, the UK's leading shopping comparison site yesterday announced the launch of Kelkoo Mobile, which brings the excellent savings found on Kelkoo.co.uk to mobile users. The new service means that bargain hunters no longer need to be at their desks to find the best deals. With typical savings of 15-20% compared to high street prices, Kelkoo mobile allows users to search for and compare prices on millions of offers from thousands of brands and retailers. The streamlined service also offers product comparison and user ratings of products and retailers, making it a quick, easy and efficient service to compare prices and save money whilst on the move. Kelkoo Mobile is available to almost anyone with a web-enabled phone or iPhone where the tariff allows for mobile Internet browsing. No download is required and to access the service users just need to type http://m.kelkoo.co.uk into their phone's browser.. .. .. ..
No-one likes paying over the odds for something, and in this time when it's easier to make purchases online everyone wants the biggest bargain they can get. Kelkoo is very handy for those who need to do a bit of price-checking. Type in the item you're looking for, search, and bingo, a list of prices. You get what you want cheap, Kelkoo get a pay off from your click through, how much easier can you get? They now even list postage to make it even easier to calculate. A couple of warnings before use however. On your initial search, while Kelkoo will list manufacturers and prices, they will not be sorted in order of price. Manufacturers pay Kelkoo to be listed higher on that initial search so make sure you do sort by price before making a choice. Use your brain and remember 'cheap' does not always go hand in hand with 'reputable'. As someone who handed over her card details to a company she'd never heard of because their washing machine was a whole £5 cheaper (fortunately they vanished BEFORE taking my cash) this is an important lesson. Do your research on any company you buy from - even check dooyoo to check what the reviews are like. Cheap is not cheap if you never get what you paid for.
I have only come across Kelkoo earlier in the year, as previosly I used Price Runner, but I prefer Kelkoo. The website is easy to navigate and more or less everything that I wanted to price check has been on there. There are loads of catergories and sub catergories. There have been many times when I have checked the price of the item I was looking for, and there are usually a good variety of retailers, clearing showing what the price of the product is, and I have ended up buying a different model because it has been listed on Kelkoo, and looked better or was cheaper. The website is so easy to use, even if you are not a regular internet user, it is pretty self explanatory, just go to the category and browse, or type in the make or model that you want to check. It really couldn't be simpler, and the range of products is one of the highest that I have found compared with other price comparison websites. I keep it in my favourites now and I have certainly saved money by using it. Posted on Ciao under the name Sweetpea1075
I came across this site while searching for price comparison sites, previously I'd always opted for either Kelkoo or Pricerunner which both seemed to provide quite accurate and comparable results. I've been using Kelkoo for about 3 years now and in that time have bought a great many products as a result of their findings. Kelkoo was founded in 2000 following mergers with Zoomit, Dondecomprar and Shopgenie, none of which I'd ever heard of. By 2002 Kelkoo was Europe's largest e-commerce website after both Amazon and Ebay. Four years ago it was taken over by Yahoo and is now a subsidiary of that brand. The purpose of the site is to help shoppers find and research products online, it gives them access to both information, shops where the product can be purchased and most importantly competitive prices. My main reason for visiting the site is certainly to hunt out the most reasonable price for a certain item. A wide range of brands and products are supported by this site including Apple, Bosch, GHD and Sony to name just a few. In addition it is also possible to search for CD and DVD titles as well as the majority of standard household items from bedding to towels. The results will be produced from a variety of online sites and also highstreet sites such as Dixons and John Lewis. Results will be displayed with the product name, the shop name, the basic price and then the total price which includes delivery. If you find an item you wish to enquire about further then you need to click on the clearly outlined Go button to be taken to the external site. Layout The site has an extremely comprehensive layout which makes searching for any item particularly easy. The main area to be aware of is the search box at the top of the page, into which you can type virtually any brand name or product name to be presented with a list of those items and their corresponding prices. Also on the homepage you have the option to search for an item through a number of category options such as Baby & Nursery or Computers & Software. The rest of the page is taken up with advertising for different brands or various popular items that other people seem to be searching for on the site. Navigation and Speed The site is very unproblematic to navigate around, the back button on Internet Explorer is extremely useful and simply clicking relevant links will transport you to the page you want to be at. It's incredibly clear cut to see what you need to do and what you need to be pressing, I've never had a single problem. The speed of the site did surprise me somewhat, when I search for an item the results are displayed almost instantly which really is first class in my mind. Thumbs Up or Down? Kelkoo undoubtedly gets the thumbs up from me, 5 stars as I've never encountered a problem and would recommend this site to every DooYoo member.
Kelkoo is a price comparison search engine that I regularly use when looking for things to buy on the internet. The way it works is very simple indeed. You log access the website and you are presented with a search box in which you type what it is you are looking for, press search, and up comes a whole host of things that match your key words. One problem with this however is that you may get loads of items that share similar key words but have no relevance to you. No problem though as you can refine your searches into categories such as electronics, travel, clothes etc which means you can usually filter out most of the rubbish. If you know exactly what it is that you are after then you can type in the brand or model and it should come up. Once the search has been carried out you will be presented with a page which contains all relevant matches with a price and a link to the retailer. Its really interesting to see how much prices can vary on one product and shows just how much you could be saving by using the engine. I use this site regularly when looking for items other than DVD's and CDs. The reason I don't use it for these is I already know that pretty much the best deals you can get are on amazon or play and these don't always come up with this search engine. The site does have a lot of different retailers to search through but it does not include all of them so there is no guarantee that the cheapest price you see is the cheapest price available. I have to say this is a good site and offers a wide range of retailers in their comparisons and the majority of the time it is difficult o find an offer better than those the site finds.
Here is another site I used when searching for a DVD! This is the first price comparison site I'd heard of, in fact I didn't even know they existed until I used Kelkoo. Although I was using it to find a DVD, Kelkoo offers price comparisons on many different products including savings accounts, power tools, contract phones and car hire. And these are just some of the many products you can compare on Kelkoo - each of these comes from a different category. The homepage states that Kelkoo is a Yahoo! company, which gives you instant assurance of its reliability since Yahoo! is such a huge internet company. Kelkoo has been around for a few years now, and although the homepage doesn't state when it was founded I would estimate it to be more than four years which is about how long I've been using it for. The homepage has a long search bar at the top, and if you type in something here it will bring up the results within the various categories where there are product matches. If you need more exact searches you can click on one of the categories or products such as CDs and then search. Within these product searches you can refine your search, for example if you're looking for a DVD you can enter the title as well as a leading actor/actress name as well as the DVD region. Categories are listed along the left side of the homepage, and elsehwhere on this page are some other popular products. This does make the homepage look a bit overcrowded but it's still useful since you may be looking for a new phone model thats just been released, or something thats in the charts at the moment. Kelkoo offers a very valuable service to every online shopper - it finds the product you want (assuming it's available) and gives you a list of prices from various online shops so you can find the lowest price available. The search system is very easy to use. When you first search for something there will usually be the same product listed more than once, although I can't explain why this is but it does give you more price options. Once you click the product you get the list of prices, plus the postage charged so it gives you both the price of the product alone, and then how much it would cost with the postage. After you look at the prices, you can click on a link which leads you to the item page on the shop. This service saves you having to go through every online shop you can think of, remembering the prices as you go along to make sure you're getting the best deal. However, I have noticed that Kelkoo do leave out websites which have better prices so I wouldn't say that this is the only price comparison site you need since it may not get you the best deal available. Despite that, it does bring up a good range of sites ranging from very popular ones like Amazon to lesser known sites like DVD.co.uk. With the range it does offer you can see how much you'd expect to pay for something and how much companies can overcharge for certain items. Another disadvantage to this site is that it does tend to bring up search results that are totally unrelated to the search you enter, and these aren't on the last few pages of the results, they're usually on the first page. This always annoys me as it means you have to go through more pages of results, and I don't see how the search systm comes up with some of the results it does! It doesn't always do this though, and it seems to happen more with items that are hard to find. I've also noticed that it brings up these random results when you click on the actual product - it brings up other things within the price comparison! Overall, Kelkoo does have some downsides to it but it's still a very valuable and reliable service. It offers comparisons on heaps of different products, including pre-orders, and gives you some of the best prices available. For me it was the first of its kind that I used and I've found it very helpful, so I can recommend it to anyone, no matter what you're looking for online Kelkoo's bound to have it!
Kelkoo is web based product search engine. Free to access Kelkoo is a handy tool for me. Whenever I want to buy or when I see a special bargain posted on sites. I compare the prices at Kelkoo.com. To my surprise (when I first started using it, not surprised any more). Lot of shops on internet sell at higher prices, when price is reduced the product looks very cheap. Good deals are not always good as one realises. Kelkoo had been my internet buddy. So many things I bought at lowest price available. There are over 100 categories on the site. Enter any product name or code and Kelkoo will drag out something for you. Books, DVDs, Computer games, PCs, Playstations, Sex toys. Kelkoo has millions of items which can be searched from its search engine. Kelkoo constantly changes home page. Category list is now on the left of the page. Rest of the page is full of ads and popular categories. Search engine is located at the top left of the page. It is a long bar, about 40 mm across, in this box you can type anything in and it will produce results. Kelkoo is free to use, It has sponsers paying for listings and free listings. Kelkoo is owned by Yahoo. I use it to compare prices.