24 Hours Loot: Indian Woot Clone
By on February 9th, 2010

When Woot.com started out, not many people thought it would succeed, however, it has been almost 6 years since it launched and it has become one of the most successful online retailer.

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For those who are not aware of Woot, it is a online retail site, which only sells one discounted product in 24 hours, the products have a flat shipping rate and are not changed even if they are sold out, except for "Woot-Off", where more than one product is sold in a day.

24 Hours Loot Woot Indian Clone

24 Hours Loot (http://24hoursloot.com) is an Indian Woot Clone, which will bring Woot like deals to Indian customers. 24 Hours Loot works on the same philosophy that Woot runs on:

24hoursLoot is an online store for selling a new item (such as t-shirts, toys, electronics products, furniture and more..) everyday at deep discounted price in limited quantity/stock. A new item is released every midnight at 12AM Indian standard time, seven days a week. If an item sells out during its run (i.e. for next 24 hours), a new item will not appear until the next release time.

Apparently the site has been able to sell out the last three day’s products and they have only been online for 4 days now. So if you have been waiting for something like Woot in India, go ahead and key an eye on 24 Hours Loot.

Thanks for the tip Sherry

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  • http://www.fundybuzz.com Williams

    Thats Great news, Now a days there are many clone sites like others.

    But indian woot is the best one.

  • http://www.redbubble.com De David Banner

    Many, many of the tshirt designs they are selling on 24hourloot.com have been stolen/copied from hard working Artists (like myself) around the World without their permission. This blatant infringement of international copyright laws needs to stop immediately and we seriously need your help to put an end to this practice. Their success of the back of other peoples talent angers many of us who have been their victims.

    If you can help our cause, you will be giving the worldwide design community a huge helping hand to stop such opportunistic theft occurring in the future.
    I will thank you in advance for any support.

    Dr David Banner
    Redbubble Artists 4 Justice

 
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