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Browse Deals Day or Night With BrickSeek's All New Dark Mode

Alek Steinmetz

Browsing deals with BrickSeek just got even easier on the eyes, thanks to the addition of full dark mode support throughout the site. We’ve also brought an all-new products browsing experience to our Premium members — an improvement which will, among other things, drastically improve your ability to locate hard to find Amazon Warehouse deals.

Introducing Dark Mode

We took our time with designing a dark mode experience that our users would love. We’re all too aware of how popular dark mode has become recently, in fact several of us here at BrickSeek use it full time. Because of this, we wanted to make sure that BrickSeek would look right at home alongside the most beautiful dark mode experiences out there.

Click here to enable dark mode

Dark mode is now available to all users but you must have a BrickSeek account to enable it. To enable dark mode navigate to the Site Settings tab within your account settings, scroll down to the section titled “Device Settings” and you’ll have the option to either use dark mode all the time, or to have the site switch to it automatically based on your current device.

Enhanced Products Page

Most of these enhancements were previously released in a “Beta” version to Extreme members as we continued to improve upon them. Today though, we’re happily bringing these improvements to our Premium members, as well.

Enhanced filtering, enhanced sorting, and more information for individual product results can now all be found on the products page for Premium and Extreme members. Specifically, there are two new ways to filter results: by “Customer Rating” and by “Price.” Customer Rating allows you to filter results by the average rating for each product across all retailers. Price allows you to filter results by the lowest new online offer price of each product.

There are two new sorting methods: “New Price Score” and “Used Price Score.” These sorting methods both work similarly, utilizing a proprietary formula for sorting products based on a combination of attributes which contribute to how we rate the value of the discount for either the lowest new online offer price or the lowest used online offer price.

We’ve also added different view modes for browsing product results (this enhancement is only applicable to desktops and some larger tablets). You can choose between grid view and list view. While browsing with grid view each product result will include a summarization of the lowest new, 3rd party, and used offer currently available online. Switching to list view will expand upon that summarization to list all available online offers across all retailers that carry the product.

Finding Amazon Warehouse Deals

This newly introduced list view, combined with the new “Used Price Score” sorting method, are the enhancements that will put the power of locating otherwise hard to find Amazon Warehouse deals into the hands of Premium and Extreme users.

John OM, BrickSeek’s very own Head of Customer Success and Communities, has written an excellent how-to document with everything you need to know in order to start finding amazing Amazon Warehouse deals with BrickSeek.

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Alek Steinmetz

Head of Development at BrickSeek
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