Hey! Be your own brand
CHEER UP! You have a chance to see yourself on Made-in-England gift items! Just smile, get your best snap out and rush to Dolsis London. Where? Sahara Ganj. And give them your best shot!india Updated: Feb 07, 2006 00:29 IST
CHEER UP! You have a chance to see yourself on Made-in-England gift items! Just smile, get your best snap out and rush to Dolsis London.
Where? Sahara Ganj. And give them your best shot!
Yes! The Kohils have brought to the city the whole new concept of “self-branding.” Pick an item, give your photograph and watch it printed scratch-free the next day! With V-day nearing, this range of personalised range adds warmth to your gifts.
Forget friendship bands and get personalised bands with name written in metal on dermatologist-approved wristbands.
The Gifto section of Dolsis London floor is certainly going to trigger a revolution the field of personalised gifts. “To get the photo on mugs or T-shirt one just needs to give a soft or hard copy of photo (or get it clicked instantly free of cost) and within 24-hrs the gift is ready with it embodied on the material which is made in England,” said Baldev Singh Kohli, chairman of the store.
A finished mug is priced at Rs 360, a plate for Rs 295 per piece and so on. “This is a completely new concept in India and our specialised technician adds more life to it. These things have a lasting shelf value,” he said.
“We provide customer satisfaction with British standards. We are also keeping a database of customers. If they want the particular frame again, they can get a copy of it by just telling their date of birth. We have a refund policy in which if there is any problem or even the customer does not like it we exchange it or issue credit note,” says Kohli.
The store also houses novel gift items, cosmetics, toiletries and toys. “We have top perfumes and cosmetics like Gucci, Armani, Christian Dior and Chanel. Those who can’t afford collector perfumes can also own affordable miniature bottles of them,” he says. Touch and plasma lamps are a big draw.
First Published: Feb 07, 2006 00:29 IST