We all like personal gifts. And what is more personal than an object with a personal photo on it? Think about a mug, canvas, jigsaw puzzle, card or wall art, everything gets a bit more personal with a customised photo on it. But where can you create such an object? One of the online shops that you can go to is Photobox. But in what kind of quality will they print your photo? Will the products look as pretty as they do on the website? And if you are not satisfied, will you be able to ask help from customer service? Are they friendly enough to help you out? That is what you can best hear from customers that have already ordered a personalised item on Photobox. Read their reviews to find out if a personalised Photobox gift might be a great option to give to yourself or to someone you care about.
Photobox is a webshop that offers personalised items to which you can add your own photo. The company was founded in 2000 by Graham Hobson and Mark Chapman. On their website you can order photo books, prints, canvas paintings, calendars, cards, mugs, cases, wall art, gifts and more all of which can be edited by adding a personal photo from your own documents.
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Services of Photobox
All of their products can be ordered online via their website. Just select a products and put it in your online shopping cart. After that, you can upload your own personal photo so that it can be printed on your product. You can upload photos from your PC, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, My Album, Flicker and Dropbox. They will deliver your personalised gift to your home. They offer standard delivery but also tracked delivery, special delivery and European & worldwide delivery. If you need them to answer a question or solve a problem you can look at their contact page. They have queries for delivery, account, photo upload, purchase, offers and product creation. And you can follow them on Google+, Twitter, Facebook or their own blog. If you don’t like to work on a computer you can also download their app for your android Smartphone or Apple Iphone. Find them in the App Store or on Google Play. The app also works on tablets and iPads.
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Have you ever ordered a personalised gift at Photobox? How did it turn out? Are you satisfied with what you received? How long did it take for your canvas to be delivered? Did your mug arrive whole and unbroken? How does your photos look on your calendar? Please let us know by writing a customer review. Your review can help others to decide whether ordering a personalised item on Photobox might be worth a chance. And feel free to visit our other pages related to webshop that provide personalised photo products. They might be able to provide you with the service you're looking for.
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I have been using Photobox for some years. Once you have got used to the software it becomes more time consuming to change to another provider and you don’t want to lose access to the books you have already created. I have experienced problems like the software locking and then losing all my hours of work but they generally delivered on time and have a reasonably good product so I stuck with them. Today I went in to complete a book I started with my mum before Christmas. She is 93 and has leukaemia, I was so determined to get the book of her family treasures completed before her health deteriorated, I most likely ignored messages that told me Flash Player was ending. Also, why did it matter that Flash Player was ending what has it got to do with me. It means I will not use the old version of Photobox so I will move on for the next book I create. I do remember seeing a Tweet to a question about Flash Player saying something like “we have you Debbie “. I thought this meant your company had a plan, so it’s going to be Okay. So imagine how shocked I was to find there was no plan. I no longer had access to mums book and hours of typing as she told me her stories. Her birthday is next week and they are going to send me a hard copy by I will have to type it all in again as well as find , upload and position tens of pictures. I also planned to go back and add dates and places to all the books I have completed while my grandchildren were growing up, now I have finished work. All these are all now inaccessible and I am unable to see any of the titles. 100’s of hours of work. Unbelievable.