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Shopping on “second-hand”
Shopping on “second-hand”

Here are the second-hand shopping apps that you should immediately install on your smartphone

The second-hand app, where, by dint of selling and buying, it turns out that you save. Or so we like to think. There are some destined for different markets and targets, from those that focus exclusively on the luxury sector, to others in which you can find a little bit of everything. User friendly interface e immediate purchase and monitored are the basis of the apps that we present to you.



Depop, the mobile application created by the Milanese entrepreneur Simon Beckerman and developed by a startup born in H-Farm in 2011, doubled its value in 2016 to 38.6 million euros. It has 4.7 million users and is in effect a reference for online sales. The app is also very popular with bloggers and influencers.

Vestiaire Collective


Not just apps: Vestiaire Collective is the first social shopping site to buy and sell bags, shoes, clothing and accessories by luxury second hand. Is it possible to stumble upon counterfeit garments and therefore be scammed? No, 100% of the items sold are in fact strictly checked and authenticated by a team of experts to ensure a transparent shopping experience.



Among the emerging names we find Rebelle, an online platform for the sale of prestigious items of the highest quality, vintage garments And collector's items looking for a new home. Again, the security guarantee in the purchase of designer clothes is the main prerogative, so that users can experience a climate of total trust.



Shpock is the app-market for neighborhood announcements and its name, so lacking in vowels, is given by the combination of shopping and pocket, to indicate a shopping experience literally at hand. In fact, the app is based on the proximity principle and offers objects for sale in areas adjacent to those in which the user is geolocated, depending on the radius of km set to.

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