Get what you really wanted for Valentine's day this year!

London, February 13th, 2009 – Did you really need another drill? Was there nothing more romantic than a smoothie maker? And does anyone really want to watch Sleepless in Seattle for the 14th time?

Couples across the UK exchange Millions of presents on February 14th each year, but not all of them have quite the desired effect...

Whether your girlfriend tried too hard, or your husband didn’t try hard enough, there is a new solution to your Valentine’s frustration: Rent your present online, make money out of it, and get what you REALLY wanted!

Turn that set of heart-shaped cushions into football tickets, and let your new Dyson buy you a day at the Spa on Zilok.co.uk, the new eBay for renting. Because nothing says “I love you” more than keeping your rubbish valentine’s present and making money out of it!

About Zilok
Zilok is an online rental marketplace where you can rent anything and everything to and from anyone, both individuals and businesses. Zilok’s mission is to support and develop peer-to-peer renting as a new, sustainable and community-driven way of consumption. Zilok.com went live in the UK in Spring 2008, and is the World\'s largest online rental marketplace, with operations in the USA, UK, France, Netherlands and Belgium. Zilok.com was elected the best European Startup by the Plugg Startup Rally 2008 audience, won the Startup 2.0 Challenge, and was awarded Site of the Week and selected in the Top 100 2008 Websites by PC Magazine. Zilok is a member of the European Rental Association.

Press Contact

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