About Us

What is Warehouse of Weird?

Warehouse of Weird is a blog with a simple mission: to discover the most weird and unusual stuff the Great British Pound can buy. We do not post concepts, Kickstarter projects, or photoshopped images of things that don’t exist, like many other sites do. We only list items that can be purchased from the UK. Everything you find on this site is real.

 

How does it work?

If you have browsed through the site, you may have already noticed that Warehouse of Weird do not own any of the items listed on this website, and by purchasing items listed on here you are not buying them from us either – we are merely pointing you in the right direction. As a result, any after-sale and customer care queries must be directed to the seller.

 

I clicked on an item just to find out that Warehouse of Weird’s price and the seller’s price are different / Item is not in stock / Item no longer exists!

Sometimes a seller will change their prices or stop selling an item without telling us. If you notice this has happened, or you find a broken link, please let us know by using the ‘Report Issues With This Post’ button at the bottom of every product page. Thank you!

 

Do you use affiliate links on this site?

Yes, on most items listed on this site we do use affiliate links, meaning we may stand receive a small commission from any sales. We also list many items from which we stand to make no financial gain at all.

We participate in several affiliate programmes. Warehouse of Weird is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.

 

Do you use cookies on Warehouse of Weird?

Yes, like most websites we do use cookies on this site. For further details of this, please see our Privacy Policy.

 

If I sign up to the Warehouse of Weird mailing list, will I get spam email?

No, you won’t get any, as we don’t give out or sell your details. We do use a mail service called Mailchimp to send emails to our mailing lists, but they also employ strict privacy polices and will not give our your email address either.  If you’re getting spam emails, we can assure you it has nothing to do with us. You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time.

 

Can I recommend something?

Of course! If you have found something you feel would fit into this site, or if you would like to send us a product for review, please let us know using the Item Submit form.

 

 

 

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