Gearbest started offering, in an experimental phase, some products with delivery in 5 days thanks to an open deposit in Brazil: the online store plans to expand its inventory in the country to include cell phone accessories, headphones, fitness bracelets and internet devices of things. However, it should take time to do the same with smartphones.
As the Mobizoo, the Gearbest website won a section with products shipped from Brazil; it was disclosed only among the retailer’s commercial partners as it is in the testing phase. You can access it on here.
Currently, only eight products are shipped locally, including several OBD-II tools for car diagnostics and a vacuum packaging machine. The variety of products is still small, but it should grow over time.
Gearbest should offer more products shipped from Brazil
A Gearbest representative tells the Mobizoo that the store will have other products in the Brazilian warehouse: it mentions accessories for smartphones, headphones, smart bands, smartwatches, IoT devices and other electronics.
However, don’t expect to see cell phones anytime soon at Gearbest. The marketing advisor says that the sale of smartphones with Brazilian stock “will take longer”; they must not arrive in time for Black Friday or Christmas.
Gearbest’s new section also mentions products that have free shipping from China to Brazil. The highlight is the various Xiaomi items, including the Mi Band 4 bracelet, routers, sensors and wireless chargers.
Gearbest claims on your website which sells more than 1 million different products; they come from brands like Xiaomi, Huawei, Asus, DJI and Ninebot. The company has more than 40 warehouses around the world, in China, the USA and Europe. It is part of the Chinese e-commerce giant Globalegrow.
Anatel said last year that consumers are prohibited from importing telecommunications products through the Post Office or another delivery company. This includes electronics with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity, such as cell phones, routers and drones. The agency retained around 30,000 items in 2018, all without the approval stamp.