Should I buy off eBay?

There’s a lot of choice out there when it comes to market places ad where to buy products online. A quick Google search for just about anything will throw back at least a few thousand results, with many of those being various online stores.

You’ll also find a plethora of sellers using online market places to sell their product, marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay.

The advantages of these marketplaces are obvious from a sellers point of view. You can reach thousands of potential buyers practically instantly for a start. Plus of course you can set up selling for free within minutes without the huge outlay of hiring a web designer or spending time and money on SEO or setting up AdWords.

The most obvious two marketplaces to buy online are Amazon and eBay, and there’s absolutely no shortage of sellers willing to take your money in return for your desired powertool batter, and often at really good prices.

You may have noticed that every time we post a great deal on a model in our blog we post a link to order the product from both our online shop and also directly from the Amazon seller and may wonder whether it’s worth shopping around on eBay as well.

The downside of eBay is that anybody can register as a business and sell, so you never know what service you’re going to get. What happens in the event of needing to return your items, or you need a refund?

The advantages of buying off an Amazon seller is their strict seller regulations which means you get a much more reliable service, and that’s why we’re happy to promote them. If you’re buying online, and don’t have a bricks and mortar store to go back to if there is a problem, we want you to be sure that you can rely on the service of the seller and that you’ll be happy with your purchase – including after sale service!