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iQ Toys Grants Wishes!

iQ Toys Grants Wishes!

iQ Toys has launched its very own "Wishlist" service. An easy-to-use, time-saving service where customers can create their own dream iQ Toys shopping list.

Quite simply, it's a way of bookmarking toys that you'd like to purchase in the future. Once a wish list is set up, it's saved indefinitely, so you can check back in a couple of months time, edit the list and even add comments beside each toy. The service is free, and you can use as much as you like whenever you like.

It also completely takes the hassle out of telling friends and family what the kids want for Christmas, birthdays and other special occasions. Simply set up the wish list, email it to your family and they can choose for themselves.

iQ Toys "Wishlist' is the latest addition to the expanding range of time-saving and useful shopping services offered by New Zealand's largest online toy store.

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