Electronic stores that accept Katapult

Katapult is a financing service that allows you to get a lease-purchase transaction with no long-term commitments whatsoever. As an interest-free service, Katapult makes it possible for you to own the products you need the most but can’t pay for in full at checkout for one reason or the other.

We've put together a long list of online electronic stores where we can buy the latest electronics, such as monitors, tablets, smart tv's, gaming consoles and phones. We've also included electronics stores with items like cameras, drones, AC units, Go Pro's and any other electronics you can think of.

Our list of online electronics stores include all of the biggest brands, like Sony, Apple, Huawei, Canon, Samsung, Toshiba, Panasonic, Xiaomi, Hitachi, Dell, Intel, and many more.

List of shops that will accept when buying electronics online

Payment methods:

Visa, Credit Card, MasterCard, Discover, PayPal, American Express, Apple Pay
pcrichard.com, commonly known as P.C. Richard & Son or just P.C. Richard, is a privately held ecommerce store situated in New York, United States, that was started in 1909. Shop; Kitchen Appliances; Washers & Dryers; Small Appliances & Vacuums; TV & Home Theater; Mattresses & Bedding; Computers & Tablets; ACs, Fans & Air Purifiers; Audio; Outdoor Living; Furniture; Smart Home; are some of its product categories.

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Other items that you can shop with Katapult:

Computers Laptops TV Clothing Shoes Jewelry Furniture Electronics Cell phones Glasses

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