DigitalandMore on Amazon is a store selling cameras, audio and video equipment, camera parts and accessories, lenses, electronics, and more. Click the blue link above to check out what deals and promotions they are currently offering in electronics. At the moment, they do have a Save 25% Off of Select Items promotion.
DigitalandMore has earned about 5,000 positive feedback ratings, with a current 95% positive overall score. DigitalandMore is also rated as a #1 Best Seller in many of the categories that they sell on Amazon. This basically means that they offer both a competitive price, as well as a history of customer satisfaction in those categories.
DigitalandMore mainly sells items like cameras, audio and video equipment, camera parts and accessories, lenses, electronics, and more. They sell brands like Lipper International, KitchenAid, Nikon, Sony, Canon, Olympus, AUD, Panasonic, Fujifilm, PHOTO4LESS, 5AveCamera, AmericaCameras, Focus Camera, Rand McNally, Boltons, and others.
This is one of those Amazon stores to visit when you want the retail experience. If you’ve been to a Best Buy store lately, or even any electronics store in general, you should be familiar with the brands and styles that they carry.
Items like Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Power Zoom Lens, Nikon COOLPIX L840 Digital Camera, Nikon COOLPIX P610 Digital Camera, Microsoft Surface Pro (Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128 GB), etc.
DigitalandMore sells brand new, and refurbished merchandise, and does offer a 100% Authentic guarantee, as well as a 100% money back guarantee.
When you sell name brand electronics, etc., especially at a discount, a popular question is always going to be if the items are authentic, fake, or knock-offs. To answer that question…
Let’s take a closer look at their recent feedback history. Amazon buyers have a really good way of weeding out the good sellers from the bad. If an item even SLIGHTLY looks like it might be a counterfeit or knock-off, they will leave you bad feedback. And any and all flaws will usually be reflected in a seller’s feedback. With that being said, over the past 12 months, DigitalandMore has received about 2,500 positive feedback ratings, compared to just 1% negative feedback comments. With that sort of lop-sided ratio, it definitely appears as though DigitalandMore is an honestly run business, selling authentic merchandise.
All items are guaranteed to be 100% authentic, and come with all the manufacturer paper work, in their original authentic boxes as provided by the manufacturers.
DigitalandMore sells refurbished products. The listings don’t always mention what kind of a warranty the product comes with (if any). One way to find out is to check the manufacturer’s website. For example – let’s say you’re looking at the refurbished Nikon Coolpix L340 20.2 MP Digital Camera that they have for sale. Visit Nikon’s warranty page on their site to find out what is covered, and for how long.
This isn’t necessarily an issue if you are buying something for yourself. But it can be if the item is a gift, or being purchased for someone else.
You won’t find a digitalandmore website, so naturally there isn’t too much information available about them online, other than their Amazon seller profile.
Which isn’t a big deal – it just means that they are a small business or a mom and pop company.
Most of the questions online that you’ll find about Digitalandmore ask if they are legit. Their prices are lower than average, so it’s a reasonable question.
I talked about their positive feedback history earlier. That’s the first place to look. If they are not selling legit merchandise, their feedback will always expose it. But sometimes the seller is selling actual authentic merchandise, and something still feels off. Then what is the issue?
How can a store sell electronics for a fraction of the actual retail price? Are they up to something? There is an answer to every question. And ultimately, there is a reason why they are able to give such deep discounts on the electronics that they sell.
Based off of the style of products that they offer, it looks like Digitalandmore is a liquidation company. What this means is that they buy liquidated merchandise from big retailers.
When a retailer has overstock that either it can’t sell, or needs to clear out to make room for new inventory, they sell this inventory in huge lots, at a discounted price. Usually around 30% of their actual cost.
Buying this merchandise at a fraction of the cost means that Digitalandmore can sell it at a fraction of the retail cost as well. If you read through their Amazon profile, they do mention that they are not an authorized dealer for the products that they sell. Which makes sense, because a liquidation buyer does not buy the merchandise from the manufacturer, they purchase it from the retailer – a 3rd party.
What it all boils down to is that it’s a bit of give and take. The advantage of buying from Digitalandmore is that you are able to purchase the product for much cheaper than retail. The disadvantage is that they only have a certain number of any single product in stock. Once their inventory is gone, they might not get any more of that particular item back in stock. Which means that if you need to exchange something, you might get a refund, instead of a replacement item.
Digitalandmore does have a 30-day hassle free returns policy for their Amazon store. No need to email back for a return authorization, or deal with with annoying emails back and forth. You just click on return, and send it back. And having a month to do so is quite convenient.
Of course are still entitled to the Amazon A-to-z guarantee if Digitalandmore does not respond to your concerns, or does not take care of your issue. In my experience though, they have always taken care of issues in a timely manner. And their feedback reflects this as well.
Have you shopped at this store before? If you have, leave a comment below and share your experience.