Ordering from GearBest to Malaysia

Malaysians have heard of Lazada , Shopee , Taobao and other online shopping places. These places offer a variety of things from clothing to technology , however one thing that most of us who aren’t aware is GearBest. GearBest as the site name sounds has a lot of things that they have – mainly on gadgets but they have clothing and other stuff also.

Personally , I’ve tried comparing GearBest and most of the time you can find some products which you can’t find in normal Malaysian ecommerce site. Best of all is that they ship to Malaysia and the shipping fee is affordable. Just take a look at this product , it’s a CHUWI Android Tablet – I am comparing in Lazada vs GearBest. Over at Lazada , it is over RM 1000 , whereas in Gearbest , it is around RM 764 (inclusive of free shipping)





Things that you can get in GearBest

Pretty much everything you find in Lazada and other places but much more. Sometimes you can find spare parts for your electronic components. Just imagine that you have so many options that you could actually use and do.  You can even find a lot of exotic gadgets which is either expensive in lazada or you couldn’t just find them in our normal retailers


Items to take a look at

Personally , I fell in love with the following item. It’s a mini game-boy like device that you can use to play old games. If you are an old-timer  like me , certainly you would enjoy the extra company and stuff.


Ordering From GearBest

Pretty much straight forward.

  1. Pick an item
  2. Create an Account
  3. Choose a Shipping Method (You can choose Slow Snail Mail method which takes about 2-3 weeks to arrive). Of course you can pay more to get it. I am not too sure about custom charges yet – but I am going to order something soon and hopefully will keep you guys updated about it


Let me know your experience – I would love to hear it from you. I’ll share my experiences soon 🙂

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