Isme Catalogue Review

Isme boasts being the leader of women wear when it comes to catalogue shopping, in addition to stocking a sizeable men and children’s line too. Previously known as Marshall Ward, they rebranded to isme to become a major brand in direct home shopping.

Product range
Clothing is the major product on the isme catalogue. Men, women, children, and even babies are catered for everything; hats, shirts, blouses, skirts, shoes and accessories, literally any piece of clothing. They stock both high street and common brands. Women can pick from Great plains, Berkertex, Cotton traders etc for high fashion, while the men have Ben Sherman, Bench, and Paul Costolloe among others. Unlike most catalogues, isme has a good range of sportswear with all the major brands represented. In addition to clothing, one can find home and furniture items, health and beauty, gifts and jewellery and even electricals. Entertainment includes gaming consoles and DVD disks, while the toy section has a wide range of kids and grown up toys.

Isme is having one of the biggest offer combos seen among the catalogues. To start with there is a 10% discount on all first time credit purchases. Clothing and footwear are attracting up to 70% in savings while home and electrical items attract up to 60% in savings. Furniture has a 50% bargain.

Buying at isme is easy whether one intends to it directly online or by catalogue order. You can open a personal account which attracts numerous offers and discounts. One can also buy a once off item by debit/credit cards. Major debit/credit cards are accepted. Having an account saves one the hassle of entering numerous details over and over again. With a personal account they call the options account, it is just a matter of adding to cart and checking out.

Buy now pay later
Isme have a very good buy now pay later option. With interest free payments running up to 12 months, you can shop on credit and pay nothing on the price for a whole year. You have to spend £100 on the item that attracts this option. One can further choose to spread the cost further after the interest free period lapses. This payment option is very attractive compared to others that offer just 28 days interest free period. Spreading the cost eases the cost more by allowing you to make small instalments on big purchases. Statements detailing the amounts owed, paid and the outstanding balance come to you at the end of each month. Clearing amounts owed can be done by uploading funds with a debit/credit card.