Tuesday, March 8, 2011

GIFT IDEA: Tiecoon.Com Review

Tiecoon.com is, just as it sounds, a website that sells ties. The thing that makes Tiecoon.com different from other tie-selling sites is the cost: no tie costs more than $10!

From solid colored ties and bowties for $5 each, to silk ties for $10; there's something for every male on your shopping list. They've even got ties for boys and longer ties for those big and tall men.

What happens if the tie you bought doesn't look like you thought it would with your suit? Here's their return policy straight from their site:

...we realize that there may be those customers who are not pleased with their purchase for whatever reason. Perhaps the color is not what they expected, or the design doesn’t match their suit the way they anticipated it would. Or maybe they’ve changed their mind and want a different style of tie.
If for any reason a customer of ours is not 100% satisfied, we allow them to return their purchase (within 30 days). There are no questions asked. Simply return the item to use within 30 days to enjoy our 100% satisfaction guaranteed pledge.

For this review, I was sent a red-dotted tie. Here's how Mr. Frog looked wearing the tie on his way to a job interview:
not too shabby, eh?
FYI, he was offered the job. Not sure the tie had anything to do with it, but still. :)

I was very impressed with the tie we were given for review. I don't think it was one of the silk ties, but it's still a very nice tie. According to the tag, it was hand-sewn in Holland. It feels very high-quality and looks great with Mr. Frog's suit.

Remember Father's Day is coming up soon. Visit Tiecoon.com today to get your gift ordered before the rush. You'll be glad you did.

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1 comment:

  1. Why did they start selling used tools, they are doing an awful job of it and their customer service sucks