I Want One Of Those, also known as IWOOT, should be the first port of call for anyone searching for creative and innovative gift solutions. With items suited to all kinds of recipients and perfect for all possible occasions, I Want One Of Those makes it …easy to filter searches by event or category. There are gifts to suit all pockets, including the fantastic 3 for £20 collection and regular sales lines helping customers to get the best possible value for money. Whether shoppers are searching for a present for a friend, a relative, or even for their work's Secret Santa, there are products perfect for anyone, any time, anywhere. IWOOT is a great place to source unusual and unique items, from virtual reality headsets to Name A Star kits and retro gadgets. All orders worth more than £10 benefit from free standard delivery, and with next day and Sunday deliveries also an option, it couldn't be simpler or quicker to lay those hands on the ideal gift for loved ones. » more
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How to use IWantOneofThose Promotional Codes
Log on to I Want One of Those
Log on to iwantoneofthose.com and take a look at the oodles of cool stuff on offer. Fancy a Talking Chewbacca? You’ve come to the right place! A Remote Control Helicopter? You’ve got it! I Want One of Those is the premier destination for all those weird and wonderful gadgets and gifts you’ve been looking for. With free standard delivery, and free Next Day delivery with orders over £50 there’s no other place to go!
Find something you like
Find your way around I Want One of Those by using the purple navigation bar that runs along the top of the site. Click the section that you’re interested in to go to that page. Once you’ve found something you’d like to purchase click on it to go to the product page. When you’re sure you’d like to buy the item, click the green “Buy now” to the right of the picture.
Go to checkout
Once you have added the item to your basket the page will refresh and on the right side of the screen beside the item there should be a box labeled “Shopping Bag”. If you’d like to add more items to your basket – and why not eh? – repeat step two. If you’re all done, click the “Go to Checkout” button. You’ll be forwarded to a page with the title “Your Shopping Basket” and you’ll be able to see your items listed.
Grab your promotional code
In a new window or tab, head back over to www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/iwoot to pick up a code. Once you’ve found the one you would like to use, click the yellow “View code & open site” button. The code should reveal itself to the right of the button. Copy that code and hurry back to iWOOT!
Apply the code to save ££s!
Back in your shopping basket, find the field labeled “Got a discount code? Enter it here:” and paste the code you just copied into that field. Click the purple “Add” button to the right. Watch as your discount is deducted from your total! Happy to continue? Click the green “Go to checkout” button.
Register your details with iWOOT
As you are a new customer you’ll need to register some details. Click the purple “Register” button on the right side of the screen. Enter your email details and create a password. Click “Register”. Next, you will need to choose your payment method and enter your card details. Be careful to complete all the fields, especially those marked with an asterisk (*) as these are mandatory. Next, you'll be ask for your delivery details so that your parcel can get to you!
Confirm your order
Once you have completed your details you will reach a confirmation screen. Check over your order once more and when you’re happy, place the button to confirm your order. You will forward to a confirmation page. Now all you need to do is wait for it to arrive on your doorstep!
IWantOneofThose Customer Reviews
I stumbled across I Want One of Those and can't believe that I never knew about this site before. I found loads of cool things for my new flat including a fantastic red retro style phone (I was hoping it was rotary, but it has push-buttons instead). They had an area on the page for each product where you could post reviews but I didn't see any, which was disappointing because i was hoping to at least get some 2nd opinions before ordering the phone. Luckily it works well enough and really it's more of a conversation piece anyway.
This site says they have stuff you “really, really want” and it’s true. It’s full of all the gadgets and toys you like to play with but probably don’t think to buy too often. Who doesn’t need a beer machine, after all? For the kids, I recently got the portable planetarium, and they love it. It’s not the sort of thing you’d pick up at Early Learning Centre, and I really like these unique finds. This is the perfect site to start at when searching for unique and interesting gifts.
Recently whilst visiting a friend’s house I noticed a funky map on her son’s wall and asked her where she go it. She told me about this website, and I went home shortly thereafter and got online to browse through it. The map was like an instant lottery card with a scratch off surface for showing which countries you’ve visited. When I saw it I immediately thought of my dad who is constantly going on about his military adventures and backpacking days. In fact, he still loves going on cruises. So I ordered him this map. I thought he’d put it up in his office, but he liked it so much that it went up in the downstairs hallway, and he shows it to everyone. This site offers great gifts that friends will ask about and well-traveled dads will love.
I found this site and thought they had a cool selection of gifts and random things. My friend's birthday is next week, so I ordered her a Babushka glass carafe. It's really cute and different and I know she'll be pleased w/ the gift. Loved the free delivery as well. I did some browsing around the site and then came upon something strange. Since I've moved to the UK, I've been craving Lucky Charms and happened to see those on IWOOT as well...for £11.99!! At that price I could have my mother ship a few boxes over. What a rip off! I'll shop here again, but not for the cereal, that's for sure.