TNPs' click test

TNPs' click test

These days, you can buy virtually anything online. New kid on the block, launched last month, promises to be the fastest online retailer here.

The two-year-old shopping portal offers fashion clothing and accessories with a range of price tags. Recently, it launched an option to collect purchases at selected 7-Eleven stores and promises to deliver within one to three working days.

What I ordered: A pair of shiny blue flats
Price: $7.96
Shipping: $3.90

I like the wide range of products offered by Zalora as there is something for every style and budget.

The site has a clean look and each product has photos from different angles, a feature I appreciate. The short paragraph introducing the product's brand and a section for user reviews are nice touches.

The shoes I chose also arrived in mint condition.

I was excited to try out the 7-Eleven collection option, but Zalora offers only 19 pick-up locations and I couldn't find one that was convenient for me.

It is early days for the scheme, but considering that there are more than 550 7-Eleven stores islandwide, it would be nice to expand the number of outlets participating.

Owned by the Giosis Group, a joint venture formed with e-commerce giant eBay, Qoo10 is known for hosting individual sellers, who offer a wide range of products at rock-bottom prices.

What I ordered: Ceramic cup with a rabbit motif.
Price: $2.49
Shipping: Free

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