A couple of months ago, I wrote a post on how to find cheap shopping site for people with high cost of living.
That post included an image of a site called Pantaloons.
In that post, I mentioned that the site’s logo is similar to the logo of Amazon, and that the website’s search engine crawls for items on Amazon.com and its own website.
But Pantaloon doesn’t actually link to Amazon.
So I was wondering how it could possibly have a link to the Amazon.
If you click on a link on Pantaloos site, does that lead you to Amazon?
It turns out that the Pantaloones logo is actually an Amazon logo, which means you can’t really get to Amazon without getting to Amazon’s logo.
So if you click a link, it’s not really going to go to Amazon itself, but instead it’s going to the Pantalos website.
This is a big deal because if you get to Pantaloops site, you won’t be able to get to a link for Amazon.
I was also curious to know how long it takes to get a link.
The answer is that it takes about 10 seconds, and it’s pretty easy to find a Pantalooni link on a search engine.
I’m not sure what that’s all about, but it’s a pretty nice thing to have.
If Pantaloans logo was any more familiar to you, I’d be happy to link to it here, but for now, I’m going to let it slide.
Here’s a list of Pantaloontos shopping sites: Amazon.com Pantaloos.com AmazonShop.com Amazon.co.uk Amazon.fr AmazonSell.com Pantaloop.com.de AmazonShopBild.de Amazon.it Amazon.me Pantalo.com .com.cn Amazon.nl Pantaloostart.com Amazon.net Amazon.ru Pantaloondia.com www.pantalones.com Walmart.com