Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
With all the wearable tech products out at the moment, what do people do when their Google search for “wearable tech online store” comes up empty, and are left wondering “where the hell do I go online for wearable tech devices?”.
Well, Thingul is the online utopia for wearable tech devices and it’s the place to go.
Thingul is a wearable tech online specialist and the first of its kind. Thingul gives people all over the country a convenient one stop online solution for buying wearable tech devices at low prices, while saving them the hassle of going from site to site.
In the week since its launch, Thingul has shipped almost 8,000 devices; that’s almost $520,000 in sales.
Even though companies like Nike and Google are establishing and expanding the number of wearable devices available to people, devices are still scattered online from supplier to supplier with no real home for the wearable tech enthusiast to go for their fix.
Thingul cofounder and CEO, Daniel Ivy said, “Quit site jumping and visit Thingul. We set out to build the first online store with a diverse range of wearable tech devices of the twenty-first century, such as smartwatches, fitness and health bands, and we’ve achieved our goal. We’ve created an online store dedicated to people looking for efficiency and ease when shopping for wearable tech devices. In less then a week, we’ve had to expand our team from two to ten people, and we’ve shipped many devices. We have a lot more products to source but the future is looking really good for Thingul.”
14 million wearable devices were shipped in 2011; and 171 million wearable devices forecast to be shipped in 2016, according to a new report from IMS Research. While the wearable tech market continues to explode, consumers are left without a one stop solution, that is, until now.
The price of devices on Thingul are as low as prices found on Amazon and suppliers' online stores. Additional pricing information can be found at Thingul.
Thingul offers free shipping on most of its stocked devices. Like most online retailers, express shipping comes at an extra cost to the customer. Thingul partners with FedEx, DHL and USPS to ensure consumers receive their devices intact and on time.
Thingul is a startup with a goal to combine a diverse range of the latest wearable tech devices, and efficient and ease for consumers shopping for wearable tech devices. Palo Alto, California-based Thingul, sources and ships a range of brands including but not limited to: Sony, Cookoo, Fitbit, Metawatch, GoPro, Vuzix, Pivothead, Nike, Motorola and Jawbone. Thingul plans to become the Amazon of wearable tech devices and ship at least 5,000,000 devices in 2013. Thingul is also working on a mobile app that allows people to shop for wearable tech conveniently and easily on their smartphone.