Recent Website Enhancements 

New Website Enhancements launched on FutureElectronics.com 

We have recently updated the Future Electronics website to improve your customer experience. Watch the video or read below to learn more about the new features we have added. If you would like more information on the features below or any other website functionality, please contact us.

 

 

NCNR products now visible

Products designated as non-cancellable, non-returnable ("NCNR") are indicated by an icon on the product page and are subject to special terms and conditions of sale. See terms and conditions and/or return policy for detailed information. 

 
 
Ability to select all parts in cart for removal

To flag all parts in your cart for removal, select the checkbox in the heading of your shopping cart. All products will now be selected. You must click on the update cart button at the bottom right of the cart for your changes to take effect. 

 
Additional stock available

Now you can see not only Future Electronics' worldwide available to sell inventory but also the quantity and date additional stock will be arriving from our suppliers that will be available to sell. This information is shown on the product detail page.

 

 

Online and offline order tracking

This NEW feature is available for Linked Accounts & Registered users. Now customers can view their order history on FutureElectronics.com for both their online and offline orders. Open orders, shipped orders and orders in process are listed and can be filtered/sorted. Simply log in to your account and view order history in the My Account section.

 

Select your required ship date

Customers can now select the date they would like to have their entire order shipped. Linked account customers can select a required date up to 30 days after the current date. Regular registered account customers can select a required date up to 15 days past the current date. 

 

For any questions regarding your account or website features please contact us.

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