DailyObjects.com, a website that offers accessories for Gadgets (including Cameras, Mobile phones, Laptops, Gaming, Apple products, and Storage related solutions), cars, office, travel and personal grooming, has secured funding from Seedfund. The funding was first reported by DealCurry in September (We missed it earlier). The venture is based out of Delhi. Before being rebranded as DailyObjects in June 2012, the site was known as Lootspot.com. It was founded by Pankaj Garg and Saurav Adlakha.
Website: Features, Shipping & Payment
The site claims to currently offer accessories from 150 International Brands including Belkin, Capdase, Gecko, Griffin, Ed Hardy, iHome among others, and says that it is the authorized online accessories partners for Yamaha, iSkin from Canada, Philips, Elecom from Japan, CaseLogic from USA, YUBZ and others. The site allows users to search through product categories, and filter by product model names, type, material used, brand, colour and price.
It offers a 30 days no question asked money back guarantee. It claims to ship all products directly, without any vendors being involved, and reimburses shipping costs in case of returns. It ships to 5100+ Pin codes in India, and claims that Delivery is only through premium courier services ( Blue Dart, AFL & First Flight Couriers ). The company offers all popular payment options including Credit and Debit Card, Net Banking and Cash on Delivery (for select locations). It offers Cash on Delivery only for orders above Rs.999.
While major e-commerce portals offer accessories, it’s not the core area of focus for them, and they offer limited inventory. Sites like DailyObjects and Stuffcool allow users to browse through and order from a wider inventory, and it’s easy to find what you’re looking for since categorisation according to specific models of gadgets, makes the process less cumbersome. DailyObjects also offers car, travel and grooming related accessories, which are also offered by multi-department commerce players like Flipkart and HomeShop18. We feel that the site needs to do a better job of promoting itself,across the Internet.