Gizoo is home to a whole selection of different gadgets and gizmos. The company originates from 2002 and was founded when the software company Serif began sourcing PC gadgets. Their eye was caught by a mini remote controlled desktop racer, which generated so much interest that they realised the demand for a website that specialised in the latest gadgets. Gizoo gadgets can now be found at Gizoo.co.uk. A new version of the website was launched in 2006 with an increased product range in the shop. Gizoo won the Small Business category in the 2007 OnLine Green Awards in recognition of the company's environmentally friendly products and business practices.
The gadgets on offer are divided into categories on the website - travel and leisure, home and garden, toys and games, health and fitness, eco friendly, PC and gaming, AV and communications and accessories. Each can be searched by price or through sub categories, if you know precisely the sort of gizmo you're looking for. A detailed review of each item on offer makes it easier to make your choice. If you come across something that you'd like yourself, it's possible to build a wish list so that you can refer to it later or send it to family or friends. The travel and leisure section offers products for motoring as well as a selection of gadgets to make travel an easier experience such as MP3 travel chargers. The home and garden section is filled with gadgets for your kitchen and bathroom, DIY gadgets and home office gizmos. The toys and games section contains cheap and cheerful amusing ideas to more pricey items such as a mechanical dinosaur. You can purchase exercise equipment or relaxation gifts from the health and fitness section of the site. The eco friendly items on offer include a variety of solar powered and energy saving products. PC and gaming includes gadgets for your PC and AV and communications offers digital cameras, MP3 players and phone gadgets. Practically every gadget you've ever thought of is available on Gizzoo's website, as well as a great many you never even knew existed ... plus a huge range of those you think probably never should have been put into production.
Voucher codes for Gizoo are widely available on the web. By entering the correct voucher code when you're at the point of payment you can receive a substantial discount. Occasionally, Gizoo will offer a gift voucher on the website so that customers can knock the price of their order down. A bargains section details the hot deals available and changes regularly. The gadget news section gives information about new items, useful if you're looking for a gift that's a bit different. If you want to make sure that you stay up to date with what's happening in the world of gadgets you can sign up for Gizoo's monthly newsletter. All back copies are available on the website for you to browse through. An archive of all press releases is also available if you want to check up on what the company has been up to recently.
Your Gizoo gadget can take up to ten days to be delivered after you've placed an order. However, most deliveries are made within 3-5 days and you have the option of choosing next day delivery for a small charge. All major credit cards are accepted, as well as payment by cheque and postal order. Delivery is free for orders over a certain amount. If you have any problems after receiving your order, you can call customer services, which has a technical team that can advise on the products that Gizoo sells.
The branding seems to suggest the word gizmo which has resulted in many searching for this company with variations on that theme but neither www.gizmoo.co.uk or www.gizmoo.com are owned by this company, so it is best to bookmark the official site (www.gizoo.co.uk) so you don't end up in the wrong place whenever you come back later after umm-ing and ahh-ing over whether vibrating boobs is really the best idea as a present for your dad. With any word of mouth referring this brand is going to suffer terrible misspellings with gizu, jizoo, gisoo, gisu, and gizo already commonly used in our own search facility. But international gadget buyers will be pleased to note that, although not fully functioning yet, there is a US version of their site at www.gizoo.com so such a venture may be in the making.
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