Online shopping locally

snapdragon

Village Elder
#1
I must say kenya tuko mbere tu kiplani nowadays I mean u can shop for anything online pale Jumia and have it delivered to your doorstep.
Even food and mzingas(but I don't how I feel about tht coz nv minors might use some tricks to buy alcohol online)
I see some nice shirts that I admire and I can imagine myself in them shida ni ati I've never bought clothing from them sijui vile quality yao iko and some tops ni poa ukitry before u buy is it possible wakukubalishe uvae kama haijakunice u send back. Screenshot_20171012-184732.png Screenshot_20171012-184724.png Screenshot_20171012-184637.png Screenshot_20171012-184423.png Screenshot_20171012-184408.png Screenshot_20171012-184335.png
 

grandpa

Village Elder
#12
As a big online buyer. Here are my top 10 stores locally.

1. https://avechi.com - For such a big store, the have unparalled customer service. I have bought almost 10 appliances from them as well as my phone. The same day or 24hr max delivery is a very big plus. They only sell electronics and home appliances

2. https://jumia.co.ke - obviously they have the largest catalogue locally. Way better than Kilimall. They have a growing array of fake merchandise as well due to 'loose' verification of some of the merchants.

3. https://www.suavekenya.com - very affordable ,durable authentic bags. They have both bagpacks and messenger bags. Prices range from 3500-4500. I was very pleased with the bag my girlfriend got me from this store.

4. https://tule.co.ke - Fresh and free food delivery with a rotation menu which ensures that you don't get tired from eating the same shit over and over again. Prices are also quite affordable for the amount of food served. The kshs 200-300 packs usually account for 2 meals.

You can find a larger catalogue of such niche stores from https://madein.co.ke. However pale Kuna a bunch of over expensive stores for real birrionaires so be warned.

And then there is http://www.unon.org/motd for those that want to buy quality second hand material(furniture, electronics etc) from actual UN expats leaving the country. I bought a bunch of outdoor gear here and the fact that you can only post on the website if you work at the UN ensures that hakuna frauds kama OLX.
 
#13
As a big online buyer. Here are my top 10 stores locally.

1. https://avechi.com - For such a big store, the have unparalled customer service. I have bought almost 10 appliances from them as well as my phone. The same day or 24hr max delivery is a very big plus. They only sell electronics and home appliances

2. https://jumia.co.ke - obviously they have the largest catalogue locally. Way better than Kilimall. They have a growing array of fake merchandise as well due to 'loose' verification of some of the merchants.

3. https://www.suavekenya.com - very affordable ,durable authentic bags. They have both bagpacks and messenger bags. Prices range from 3500-4500. I was very pleased with the bag my girlfriend got me from this store.

4. https://tule.co.ke - Fresh and free food delivery with a rotation menu which ensures that you don't get tired from eating the same shit over and over again. Prices are also quite affordable for the amount of food served. The kshs 200-300 packs usually account for 2 meals.

You can find a larger catalogue of such niche stores from https://madein.co.ke. However pale Kuna a bunch of over expensive stores for real birrionaires so be warned.

And then there is http://www.unon.org/motd for those that want to buy quality second hand material(furniture, electronics etc) from actual UN expats leaving the country. I bought a bunch of outdoor gear here and the fact that you can only post on the website if you work at the UN ensures that hakuna frauds kama OLX.
Hiyo ya UN umenichanua saana my fren. Sande sana
 

grandpa

Village Elder
#17
True dat. I noticed but grandpa said you have to work there in order to post. So the only issue could be the price
Yeah. You can't. I have bought a number of items. The list is not only for expats. Anybody working at the UN can post. Most of the times people will even ask you to pick up the items at the UN complex and will sign you in at the gate.


This one is totally legit. Some are a bit pricey but you can get EXTREMELY good deals once in a while especially in furniture, paintings etc.
 
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