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What To Buy From China?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Jul 4, 2011.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    I want to buy some product from china and sell it here...
    Last thing I bought was Munny
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    4" tall, bought at $0.50/piece, sold for $10
    My order was for 2000, and the last piece went out yesterday.

    It was actually a pretty hard sell, and took me a while to sell them! Now I want to move to something different! Don't care what product, just want the margin to be at least 1-to-10! (Buy for $1, sell for $10 minimum!)
     
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    SpellZ Regular Member

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    No? NO one else buys anything from china?
     
  3. treska32

    treska32 Newbie

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    Hm, I am also interested for China deals. However, I haven't done any yet...
     
  4. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Yeah, they are lucrative...
    But when you get it, no one wants to buy 'em:p
     
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    consciousnesscreates Power Member

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    I know a bag site and a watch site and I ordered at least 3 times from these but this URL info costs money
     
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    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Yeah... I'm not really interested in knock-offs and replicas...:(
     
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    Buy nothing from China, support your country.
    :D

    Beny
     
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    what's munny?
     
  9. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Google it.
    Or Google: KidRobot, thats where it originated from.
    I can't really explain what it is LOL!

    For my second order:
    I'm thinking something to do with kitchen gadgets? (Maybe some cool knives, food-scale, etc.

    Or maybe something to do with Spongebob (rated #1 show)

    Or... not sure:p
     
  10. MickMcG

    MickMcG Power Member

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    hey spellz, where are u selling the stuff? do u use ur own online channels or offline to move it?

    buying from china is always a risk/reward system, the quality factor is not there a lot of the time but the margins make up for long term (if u can move it).
     
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    Offline/Online

    I go to Craigslist/Kajiji and say how a friend of mine gave me this, and I don't need it anymore,it was never opened, etc.

    Then I got a website going.


    2000 items were sold in about... under 4 months?
    ... LOOOOOOONG TIME!

    But now I got more capital to fuck around with.
    Im thinking of getting a kiosk and some kitchen gadget...
    in malls highest # of ppl r females age 30ish
    so im thinking of targetting them, or the kids that they have (young!)

    helicopters are bad, they have a 16% return rate, plus bad markup!

    SO im donno what to get lol

    I love swords... and heavenlyswords.com? or .org? sells them for DIRT cheap...

    Like.. $40/sword... But I need to sell it for at least $80 to make some decent cash...and not a lot of people can stop and get a $80 item right away. Unless its a bundle...

    80$ + 50%/next item + 75% third item, or something.

    so im debating...

    kitchen gadget is still my #1 "target" that I want to find.
    Followed by spongebob kiosk (all yellow, getting a outfit of spongebob and getting someone to wear it, etc.)
     
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    LED flashlight keychains, Micro SD usb cards, invisible ink pen, reusable plastic frame coolers, mushroom doll sponge keychain, waterproof sports watch with sleek design,
     
  13. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Invisible Ink Pen for $1.39?
    I can get 1 for $0.10

    Thanks for the site! But the deals aren't that great IMO
     
  14. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    w00t w00t.
    Found my product!


    $7.55 wholesale, $90 retail

    Not bad. Can work with that.