Online retailer Wadi.com has launched a new ‘Baby Care & Toys’ category offering brands such as Chicco, Graco, GB, Babyzen, Kolcraft, Maxi-cosi and Philips, among others with a wide selection of products for children under three years.
The e-commerce retailer also offers a complete range of international brands like Motorola, Pampers and Baby Jogger as part of the newly launched category. Wadi.com strives to bring the largest in stock selection of baby care and toys such as strollers, nursery, activity & gear, feeding, health & safety, diapers & wipes, car seats, toys and clothing.
What differentiates Wadi.com’s Baby Care & Toys category is the selection of bestsellers at never-seen-before prices, alongside easy-to-browse shopping experience while discovering products such as world’s smallest folding stroller or technology to measure, dispense and mix water and powdered formula to the perfect temperature and consistency. It also offers assurance of authenticity and valid brand warranty on every product displayed in the e-store.
“Wadi.com has opened the UAE’s and KSA’s most trustworthy Baby Care & Toys category for customers in terms of selection, pricing, authenticity, customer returns and after sales service. A great post purchase experience ensures that your delight does not end at selecting the product, but is extended to payment, delivery and returns too,” feels Pratik Gupta, co-founder, Wadi.com.
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