Our retail and dropship partners are important in helping us spread the daVideo Camera revolution to consumers around the world. Exclusive dropshipping service allows our dropshippers to make a very good full time and part time income.  daVideo Camera develops professional video recording sunglasses that capture customer interest and bring in sales and more customers for you.

daVideo Camera Dropshipping Service

If you have any drop shipping questions or would like to receive a dropship application, please email us at [email protected]

How to Place Dropship Orders

One benefit of being a dropshipper for our sunglasses, is that you will not have to stock any glasses. Our dropshipping program is designed to be simple and quick for our dropshippers.

Step 1 – your customer places their order with you for the glasses online or in your store.

2 – place your order for our glasses on our website.

3 – enter the special coupon code we emailed you at checkout.

4 – enter your billing info and your customer’s shipping info and address.

5 – your profit has been made and we ship the glasses to your customer the same day. Tracking number will be sent to you, for you to email to your customer.

Contact us below if you have questions about our video recording sunglasses drop shipping service.


    What is Drop Shipping?

    Drop shipping is a retail fulfillment method where a store never keeps the products it sells in stock. When a store sells a product, they purchase the item from a third party dropshipper and has it shipped directly to the customer.  The merchant never needs to see or handle the product.

    The biggest difference between drop ship and the standard retail method is that the selling merchant doesn’t have to stock inventory. The merchant purchases inventory as needed from a dropshipper – usually a wholesaler or manufacturer – to fulfill drop ship orders.


    Less Money and Smaller Investment Needed

    The biggest advantage to dropshipping is that it’s possible to launch an ecommerce store without having to invest thousands of dollars in inventory up front. Traditionally, retailers have had to tie up huge amounts of capital purchasing inventory.

    With the dropshipping model, you don’t have to purchase a product unless you already made the sale and have been paid by the customer. Without major up-front inventory investments, it’s possible to start a successful dropshipping business with very little money.

    Easy to Get Started

    Running an ecommerce business is much easier when you don’t have to deal with physical products. With dropshipping, you don’t have to worry about:

    Managing or paying for a warehouse
    Packing and shipping your orders
    Tracking inventory for accounting reasons
    Handling returns and inbound shipments
    Continually ordering products and managing stock level

    Low Overhead

    Because you don’t have to deal with purchasing inventory or managing a warehouse, your overhead expenses are quite low. In fact, many successful dropshipping businesses are run from a home office with a laptop for less than $100 per month. As you grow, these expenses will likely increase but will still be low compared to those of traditional brick-and-mortar businesses.

    Flexible Location

    A dropshipping business can be run from just about anywhere with an internet connection. As long as you can communicate with suppliers and customers easily, you can run and manage your business.

    Wide Selection of Products

    Because you don’t have to pre-purchase the items you sell, you can offer an array of products to your potential customers. If suppliers stock an item, you can list if for sale on your website at no additional cost.

    Easy to Scale

    With a traditional business, if you receive three times as much business you’ll usually need to do three times as much work. By leveraging dropshipping suppliers, most of the work to process additional orders will be borne by the suppliers, allowing you to expand with fewer growing pains and less incremental work. Sales growth will always bring additional work – especially related to customer service – but business that utilize dropshipping scale particularly well relative to traditional ecommerce businesses.

    All these benefits make dropshipping a very attractive model to both beginning and established merchants. Unfortunately, dropshipping isn’t all roses and rainbows. All this convenience and flexibility comes at a price.

    Disadvantages to Dropship

    Low Margins

    Low margins are the biggest disadvantage to operating in a highly competitive dropshipping niche. Because it’s so easy to get started – and the overhead costs are so minimal – many merchants will set up shop and sell items at rock-bottom prices in an attempt to grow revenue. They’ve invested so little in getting the business started so they can afford to operate on minuscule margins.

    True, these merchants often have low-quality websites and poor (if any) customer service. But that won’t stop customers from comparing their prices to yours. This increase in cutthroat competition will quickly destroy the profit margin in a niche. Fortunately, you can do a lot to mitigate this problem by selecting a niche that’s well suited for dropshipping.

    Dropship Inventory Issues

    If you stock all your own items, it’s relatively simple to keep track of which items are in and out of stock. But when you’re sourcing from multiple warehouses, which are also fulfilling orders for other merchants, inventory changes on a daily basis. While there are ways you can better sync your store’s inventory with your suppliers’, these solutions don’t always work seamlessly, and suppliers don’t always support the technology required.

    Dropship Shipping Complexities

    If you work with multiple suppliers – as most drop shippers do – the products on your website will be sourced through a number of different drop shippers. This complicates your shipping costs.

    Let’s say a customer places an order for three items, all of which are available only from separate suppliers. You’ll incur three separate shipping charges for sending each item to the customer, but it’s probably not wise to pass this charge along to the customer, as they’ll think you’re grossly overcharging for shipping! And even if you did want to pass these charges along, automating these calculations can be difficult.

    Dropship Supplier Errors

    Have you ever been blamed for something that wasn’t your fault, but you had to accept responsibility for the mistake anyway?

    Even the best dropshipping suppliers make mistakes fulfilling orders – mistakes for which you have to take responsibility and apologize. And mediocre and low-quality suppliers will cause endless frustration with missing items, botched shipments and low-quality packing, which can damage your business’s reputation.

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