Hamrobazar.com - Buy/sell second hand goods in Nepal at bargained rate

Tuesday, August 07, 2007 Posted by Navin


Few years ago, there was a classified ad site called bigyapan.com.np and right now it's unworthy to visit because of the spam postings and unmoderated topics scattered all around which is just useless to take note of. So, i just don't go there anymore.

I just came to know about a new classified AD site in Nepal or say Second hand as well as brand new product listing site targetted directly towards buyers and sellers. As they say, there is no commission for the site owner itself. May be they are collecting their dough from Ads displayed on their site. I was surfing the site and it was pretty simple to understand or to make dealings. People were selling their unused stuffs(under second hand category) and selling them for reduced/discounted/bargained price. Some even were selling new things, pretty lucrative hah? I found this site pretty useful for them who don't mind using used things if it gives back it's utility at par. Though seller has to register his/her name(or account) in order to sell their items. To buy, you don't need to even register. Just get the details of product, either send mail to seller or contact on his landline/wireless numbers disclosed out there. Pay a visit to seller and purchase it or purchase it any other way that is most suitable for you based on negotiations. As simple as it sounds. I found it very easy to get the things at cheapest rate. Since most of the goods are second hand, it's of course below the market price.

If you've your own unused stuffs or the products that you don't use anymore, instead of letting it stale at your dusty store rooms, why not make it saleable. Sell your old unused stuffs at this site HAMROBAZAR.COM.
Product categories are as follows:

Apparels & Accessories (12)
Audio & Video (2)
Automobiles (141)
Cars (82), Motorcycle (54), see all
Beauty & Health (2)
Books & Magazines (3)
Computer & Peripherals (142)
Laptops (37), Desktop PC (28), see all
Consumer Electronics (62)
Digital Camera (13), see all
Home, Tool & Appliances (20)
Mobile & Accessories (269)
Handsets (254), Accessories (15), see all
Music & Sports (60)
Real Estate (34)
Services (30)
Toys & Video Games (19)
Travel, Ticket & Vouchers (4)
Want To Buy (17)



As there is a saying in English, " One man's waste is another man's Treasure" .

This is simple yet useful classified AD site for all of us.
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4 comments:

  1. lilyruth said...

    interesting blog I really enjoyed visiting and I liked this post I may check it out I have quite a few things Id like to sell. I hope yu will visit my blog now and leave a comment also its at http://redirect.alexa/com/redirect?http://lilyruthsthisandthat.blogspot.com Id like everyone to visit mty weird site and leave comments. I shall return favor if you let me know.

  2. Navin said...

    thank you lilyruth

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