• Buying Guide for Digital Cameras

    In order to choose the right camera--one with the right set of features at the right price--you'll need to figure out what you'll be doing with it. Match your needs to one of these user profiles. Read More

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  • Warranty Policy

    Warranty Product is covered under 1 year standard warranty as well as additional 1-year warranty from time of purchase. Warranty type of product is carry. Warranty product will be null and void if: The product is damaged physically The product is repaired, maintained, modified, and disassembled Warranty limitation Warranty product of product is limited to manufacturing defect Warranty product of product doesn’t cover other accessories such as strap, lens, case, cap and others such as batteries The warranty doesn’t cover replacement of product Warranty doesn’t cover damages caused due to God and force majeure acts Aside from this, knowing terms and conditions website template will help you a lot. Here is a template you can deal with so that you know what you should do. Knowing this warranty terms and conditions is a good help for you to get started. Warranty terms Warranty conditions Extended warranty General Having access to examples of terms and conditions will guide you and help you to know more ideas on how you should create or write your terms and conditions. It will definitely be your guide to know what you need to do. There is nothing wrong to make a research on the internet, especially if it is for the good of your business. You need to check on the best terms and conditions and make notes on how it is created by other people Read More

  • About Us

    Here you’ll find one-of-a-kind gifts and products designed with one thing in mind – to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital continue leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other deadly diseases. Read More

  • Buying Guide for Digital Cameras

    In order to choose the right camera--one with the right set of features at the right price--you'll need to figure out what you'll be doing with it. Match your needs to one of these user profiles. Read More

  • Buying Guide for GPS Units

    Originally developed in 1973 by the U.S. Department of Defense for military purposes, the NAVSTAR GPS network consists of 30 satellites orbiting the earth every 12 hours, and five ground stations that monitor the satellites' position in space and operational status. To determine your location and other data accurately, such as current and average speed, directional heading, and elevation, GPS devices use a receiver to acquire signals from at least four of these satellites. This is known as a 3D fix and it's why GPS antennas require an unobstructed view of the sky to work correctly. Read More

  • Buying Guide for MP3 Players

    MP3 players are definitely not one-size-fits-all. They come in a range of shapes and sizes, use different types of memory, and support different formats. Based on these and other features, certain players are better suited to certain uses. Check out the various uses for an MP3 player and figure out which players best meet your needs. Read More

  • Buying Guide for TVs

    After you have your budget squared away, you need to decide how large a screen you want. Usually, the largest screens cost the most, but regardless, the TV should deliver the right-size picture for where you'll sit relative to the screen. Sitting closer to a smaller TV means you won't have to spend as much on a big screen. But if you sit too close, the picture will look poor. Regular TV-viewing distances. Most viewers feel comfortable sitting away from the set at a distance that's between three and six times the width of the screen. The following chart can give you a rough estimate of the minimum and maximum viewing distances for regular 4:3 televisions. Read More

  • Checkout

    When you are ready to complete your purchase, simply go to Checkout and follow these steps to place your order: Read More

  • Account Benefits

    Benefits to creating an account include receiving email updates on special promotions, reviewing information about orders and saving billing and shipping addresses along with a default payment method to aid in faster checkout. Read More

  • Wishlist Benefits

    Create your very own wish list of items you would like to have. You may share your list with family and friends, or you can choose to keep it to yourself. Read More

  • FAQs

    Many of our customers have the the same questions and concerns regarding orders, the capturing and storage of personal information, shipping methods and shipping charges. Here is a list of the most common questions and answers provided for customers. Read More

  • Our Story

    With Salesforce Commerce Cloud eCommerce, our customers are spending more time leading with merchandising and marketing. They're in complete control over their site, making changes and launching new storefronts whenever they like. They're spending more time developing their own proprietary innovations (versus building commodity functionality). They receive new software upgrades from Salesforce Commerce Cloud continuously. And they never ever worry about site uptime, availability and security! Read More

  • Order St. Jude Checks

    Welcome to the St. Jude Checks and Address label landing page! Whether you’re paying bills or buying groceries, you’ll be sharing a story of hope when you use these checks with St. Jude designs or St. Jude patient artwork. Read More

  • Managing Your Account

    Your email address serves as a convenient way to receive important information about your order and serves as your St. Jude Gift Shop account identification. Your account stores information such as order history and your billing and shipping address. It also offers you the ability to track your order(s). The password assures that only you have access to your account information. Read More