You can search for products in two ways: Quick search and Advanced search.
General Search Tips
Quick search and Advanced search, both search our entire catalogue. Quick search is a single-field search. Advanced search allows you to search in multiple fields and apply search filters.
Searching by Keyword
The keyword search looks for all the words you entered relating to the title, description and tags of products. You can be general (e.g., "restaurant menu") or specific (e.g., "Italian restaurant menu") as you wish. Be aware that if you select a general key word your search results may be very long and not all of the items will be right for you, but on the other hand you ca n also find a new idea or an item that may also suit you that you didn’t think about. You should first choose the specific keywords of what you are looking for and if you don’t find something that fits, try a general keyword search.
Formatting Your Search
It is not necessary to use any special characters in formatting your search. Simply enter the words you are looking for. Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) will be ignored by the search engine.
The search engine is case-insensitive. You can enter your search in all capitals, all lowercase, or mixed case.
1. Go to the search field at the top left of the web site.
2. Type the desired keyword in the text field as described in the General Search Tips.
3. You can select a category from the pulldown menu to indicate the type of search you want or choose all categories.
4. Click on the "Search" button.
The search results will display a list of products that best match your search criteria, arranged in order from the top most matching product.
You will be able to resort by size, title or by price using the pull down menu
The Advanced Search form allows you to search on one or more fields. Searching in more than one field may narrow your results to the exact product you are looking for.
Search by title, size, weight or price
2. Type the desired product and/or keyword in the text field as described in the General Search Tips.
3. You can enter information into one or more fields, but it is not required. The more specific the information you enter, the more exact your search results will be.
4. If desired, you can narrow your search further by selecting an option from one or more of the dropdown menus: price, size (width & height) or category.
- Price - narrows your search to only figures in a specific price range.
- Size (width or height) - narrows your search to only figures in a specific sizes
- Category - narrows your search to only figures in a specific category, such as "animals" or "cars"
5. When you have entered all the relevant information, click on the "Search" button to start your search.
The search results page displays information about the products that match your search.
The search results will display a list of products that best match your search criteria, arranged in top most matching order. You will be able to resort by size, weight or by price by making your selection from the pull-down menu
Search results questions
The list of results is too long. How can I narrow this list?
You can narrow the list of search results by using a search filter as described in the Advanced Search section.
The list of results is too short. How can I get more results?
If you have entered too much search information, it is likely that the search engine was not able to find many products that matched all your search criteria. You can remove or change some criteria by clicking the "Advanced search" button.
I didn't get any results. What did I do wrong?
Nothing. It may be that there are no products that match your search criteria. Retry your search by using other keywords.
Re-check your search. You may have mistyped your search, or put the search information in the wrong field.
Broaden your search. You may have entered too much search information. It is likely that the search engine was unable to find any products that matched all your search criteria. Try removing one or more filters, or use only one search type. Or try using fewer keywords.