The German Mittelstand, that is the middle class, is often called the invention machine in Germany. That is true! Small- and medium-sized businesses often deliver amazing products, so we collected the Top 5 German online shops operated by small businesses:

1. Georgsenf

There are many forms and variations of mustard.
There are many forms and variations of mustard.

Overview: Georgsenf (George’s mustard) is, you guessed it, a mustard shop. Why? Mustard is a versatile spice and we Germans are mustard masters. They have a store in Halle (Saale) but also deliver online.

Product range: Mustard in all shapes and sizes.

Website: http://georgsenf.de/

When to use Mailbox Germany: For all we know, they deliver just within Germany (we asked but didn’t got a reply yet). So if you want original German mustard, just place your order and fit in your Mailbox Germany address (don’t forget to register your free Mailbox Germany account first!).

How to register with Mailbox Germany: Just click here and choose between Free, Private, or our Professional tariff!


2. Velocipedo

Overview: Velocipedo sells high-end bikes made from titanium! These bikes are indestructible. We know because we sold Canyon Bikes to the United States and Australia and they arrived without a scratch! Velocipedo bikes are a bit pricy but the can last for a life time. Also, Velocipedo bikes are hand-made and unique pieces!

Product range: Bikes made from titanium

Website: http://velocipedo.de/

When to use Mailbox Germany: Unfortunately, Velocipedo just delivers within Germany but has two shops in Leipzig and in Halle (Saale). So if you want some original German titanium bikes, just order there and get your delivery through us at Mailbox Germany! Or ask Vireo.de  to deliver them!


3. Nemus Cycles

Overview: Not another bike shop, you may think, but wait! They offer not just another urban bike but a sustainable one with a beautiful design that won the Red Dot Award 2014 and the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2014.

Product range: Bikes made from bamboo.

Website:  www.nemuscycles.de/

When to use Mailbox Germany: As far as we could research, Nemus Cycles just delivers within Germany. You need a Mailbox Germany membership for every other country.

How to register with Mailbox Germany: Just click here and choose between Free, Private, or our Professional tariff!


4. Vireo.de

The Fairphone 2 is Vireo’s flagship product, the first (almost) sustainable smartphone of the world. © via Vireo.de/Fairphone
The Fairphone 2 is Vireo’s flagship product, the first (almost) sustainable smartphone of the world. © via Vireo.de/Fairphone

Overview: Mailbox Germany is a subsidiary of Vireo, so we have some family love for them. Vireo launched back in 2009 and since then gathered an awesome line of goods. 2014, Vireo became the German reseller for the Fairphone.

Product range: Fairphone 2, Green and sustainable electronics, USB sticks with wood casing, wooden iPhone cases, solar modules, and so on.

Website: www.vireo.de

When to use Mailbox Germany: Although Vireo.de delivers worldwide, you should consider Mailbox Germany since you may get some discount for delivery (depending on where you are situated).

How to register with Mailbox Germany: Just click here and choose between Free, Private, or our Professional tariff!


5. Oma Klara

Dresses that are purely vintage.
Dresses that are purely vintage.

Overview: You can find many vintage labels out there but all articles from Oma Klara are originals from the 1950s or other decades and almost every article is a unique piece. Oma Klara (Grandma Klara) is the personal label of Mona Schütt, a former criminal police official.

Product range: Original vintage clothing, mostly female.

Website: www.Oma-Klara.de

When to use Mailbox Germany: Oma Klara just delivers within Germany and Austria. So if you want some original German vintage pieces, just order there and get your delivery through us at Mailbox Germany!

How to register with Mailbox Germany: Just click here and choose between Free, Private, or our Professional tariff!

Sources: 1 via Mwaters1120/Wikimedia Commons, 2 © via Vireo.de/Fairphone,

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Christian Allner

Freelancer at Schrift-Architekt.de
Your guy with a bachelor's degree, a passion for cooking, freelancing social media consultant, organizer of workshops and seminars for social media, Facebook marketing, and so on.

I have a neverending curiosity how things work. I'm involved with Mailbox Germany since 2014. Let us explore this world and its logistics!

Since 2011, I work as Schrift-Architekt, a freelance consultant for social media and for some time now I am an avid German podcaster with #Onlinegeister, radio about internet culture, social media, and PR.
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