Bazaar Gadgets Launches New Website Category Focused on Tech Products

BazaarGadgets.com sells a wide range of fashion and tech products, with over 70,000 items across almost 900 categories from China to the rest of the world.

Guangzhou, Hong Kong - July 21, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Guangzhou, Hong Kong – Bazaar Gadgets, a Hong Kong based eCommerce store, is making a play at the tech sector with the launch of its new tech website category. The category focuses on top-rated technology and cheap gadgets, Apple accessories online, and PC and USB gadgets. The new category allows Bazaar Gadget to offer existing customers and potential customers looking to purchase the latest and top-rated tech products bazaar-like prices.

The new tech category will ensure customers can find and purchase cool gadgets online, such as the latest Apple accessories, mobile phone accessories, power banks, chargers, cables, computer and networking components. Unlike most other sites, customers save between 30% – 70% of their budget when shopping via Bazaar Gadget – just as their name suggests.

Furthermore, the customer can ship their items to anywhere in the world via a selection of shipping methods. Standard shipping offers a complimentary tracking number for orders over $20 (orders below $20 must pay an extra $1.70 to get a tracking number). Priority shipping with tracking utilizes a special route to deliver directly to the United States and United Kingdom. Express shipping is done using DHL and EMS delivery services. The priority shipping method is faster than airmail and costs less than express shipping. Customers who spend a minimum of $100 can have their orders shipped to their door via airmail for free.

The Bazaar Gadget team continually works with their delivery suppliers to optimize and reduce delivery times for their customers. Shorter delivery times are one of the major reasons online shoppers stick with a site when shopping for gadgets.

Every product bought on the Bazaar Gadget site goes through a rigorous and standardized three-step quality process at the warehouse. The quality assurance process is a must for every product before it is shipped out to the customer. The products also come with an iron-clad three months guarantee.

In a stiffly competitive market, Bazaar Gadgets has set itself apart with its wide product range. Customers have the option of selecting from over 70,000 products across 900 categories, ranging from smartphones, electronics, and home and garden products; to jewellery, watches, sun glasses and fashion. They are also fanatical about the needs of their customers.

Contact Info:
Name: Julien Bares
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bazaar Gadgets
Address: Jingtai Street, Guangzhou, Baiyun District 510400, Hong Kong
Phone: +86-135-6087-4088
Website: https://www.bazaargadgets.com/se/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88898795

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