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Place an item in the wish list
It doesn't matter if you are already registered or are a guest purchaser, any online customer can use the wish list. However, customers logging in benefit from having their wish list saved and kept for their next visit.
For each product presentation in the overviews (list or gallery) and on the product details page, there is a further link “Add to wish list” close to the “Add to shopping cart” button.
Click to place the selected item in your wish list.
At the top right of the web page the wish list is constantly displayed for direct selection.
In the wish list form you also have the option of adding more items, e.g. from the catalogue, by directly entering the item number.
Using wish lists
You can click and directly convert a wish list already filled out into a shopping cart and the normal ordering process is started. The special feature of the wish list compared to the shopping cart is the “Send by e-mail” function. This lets you send your wish list to your supervisor, colleagues, or yourself as a reminder. The e-mail generated this way is sent with the e-mail address of the person creating the wish list. Customers logging in can save the wish list for later and assign an individual name to the wish list.
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