Ok so I've been using geek.com for several years. It's a cheap product place. A lot of stuff is knock of items, but there are some actually really well made items. Most things are smaller than expected and expect to wait awhile for your items usually. I can say that I've purchased everything from camping stuff to fitness to clothing to just weird things that you might impulsive buy. All sizes are super small so make sure you actually look and convert sizes from metric to imperial if you live in U.S.A. Most quality is also usually subpar compared to Amazon or EBay. For clothing not bad so far but absolutely look at the size comparison if available. I purchased a massage gun for I think $30 including shipping works well especially deep tissue after a good workout but had to re-glue the back piece that adjust the speeds. Camping gear I wish I'd just got most of it in an actual camping store. The pots and pans looked like a child's toy for size, roll up mattress pad would not inflate the when it did popped as soon as I laid down on it again made for small Asian or child. Purchased a metal trekking stick with lots of attachments in it very well made only cost me $2 for shipping. I purchased outside solar motion lights again only a few dollars for shipping as the site they were free. Anyway you get something's very well made and some just cheap on this site but for price can't beat it.