Shoplet stocks products, such as electronics, furnishings, and general office and school supplies, by a number of popular brands. There is a dizzying array of menu options on Shoplets’ website, and you can browse for products by industry or category.
In addition to selling stationery, furniture and electronics, Shoplet carries industry-specific products and solutions. For example, medical offices can purchase incontinence products, patient-care supplies, nutritional aids, bed linens, surgical supplies, wheelchairs, physical therapy aids and wound-care supplies in addition to their paper, pens and filing supplies. It also sells products specific to the restaurant industry, supplying takeout cartons, disposable cups and utensils, napkins, furniture, and dining room supplies.
You can purchase larger industrial and commercial equipment from Shoplet such as pumping equipment, pneumatics and welding supplies. These industrial products are made for trained professionals and experienced contractors rather than the general public.
There are plenty of seasonal supplies, including specials for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and cold and flu season. Eco-conscious shoppers can browse the online store’s green product listings to reduce the impact their offices have on the environment, and Shoplet’s stock of cleaning and break room supplies can help keep busy offices well-stocked and clean. The company’s customizable promotional products include mugs, lanyards, clothing and bags.
Shoplet’s free-shipping order minimum is lower than other similar companies’, though large and heavy items do carry an additional freight delivery charge. As an online-only office supply store, you can’t pick up items you order online at a local brick-and-mortar store, and delivery times vary between one and seven business days for most items. You can pay with your credit card or checkout with services like PayPal, Amazon Pay or MasterPass.
The only way to contact Shoplet is through an online form – it doesn’t list a telephone number or direct email address on its Contact Us page, and the website doesn’t have a live chat box. The company does have a help center that’s full of common questions and their answers.
Shoplet doesn’t have a reward or loyalty program, although it does offer some bulk discounts and scheduled order discounts. It also has a 110-percent price-match guarantee.