22 Eldorado Of Russian Electronics

Eldorado Of Russian Electronics

Posted on February 23, 2011 by team


One of the major Russian electronics retailer networks is called "Eldorado". Let's pay a visit to its giant defective goods heap and you'll understand why it was called so.


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All this is half-working electronic equipment. Defective goods from the whole country arrive here.

Heaps of electronics.

5 thousand square meters.

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22 Responses to “Eldorado Of Russian Electronics”

  1. OLUT says:

    *Kettles, not cattles. That would be bad!

    Yuk, what a mess. Eve with 90 percent off, I’d be afraid to shop there.

  2. George Johnson says:

    I’d love it! I’m into electronics, designing and building stuff. That place would be a gold mine of parts for me!!

    Plus, what these people don’t sell, they could extract the gold from it, making it, literally a gold mine! They do that a lot in the states, collect old electronics and extract the gold. Profitable too.

    • Donetski says:

      You would have to have a little more than this factory full of parts to make much money from the gold in it. Most of the recovered gold is only profitable in India because they recycle millions of parts.

      But yes you are correct, there would be thousands of intact power system in most of those devices. Large high capacity transformers, capacitors, drivers and amplifiers. An electrical engineers wet dream!

  3. petrohof says:

    very organized

  4. lorenzo says:

    omg, what a mess..
    btw with luck and perseverance one can find some gems for nothing there..

  5. Musa says:

    Damn, they got electric ironing boards in Russia?! I guess they don’t work so well cause they have lots of them there.

  6. Rosief17 says:

    just send everything to Africa

  7. SSSR says:

    Philips should be a good brand.There could be many MP3/MP4 players there,they always malfunction.

  8. Ivan says:

    The Eldorado retail group is a bankrot since last year

  9. Donetski says:

    Would have been heaven as a child to go there. I loved broken electronics!

  10. CZenda says:

    Erm… isnt one supposed to dispose the electronic junk in a controlled manner? Strange the chain does not just fork the appliances back to where they were produced (China, regardless of their brand).

  11. DougW says:

    Not much different than a junkyard for cars. Better than it all being in a landfill.

  12. KROJC says:

    Joo!To znám.To je servis.Reklamace,neopravitelný.V podobným jsem pracoval.

  13. Bobble Hat says:

    Wow, what a badly run business. But very interesting to walk around the stuff.

    And is this post FIRST? Not that I care, of course!

  14. Precisely!It is important to include an analysis of mismanagement in any ethical evaluation of a business. Mismanagement points to inefficiencies in the business that impact the bottom line. If a company is terribly mismanaged, yet is flourishing, something must account for this profitability. Unethical acts and cutting corners are the likely source of the extra money. Many businesses say they have to bend the rules to survive in a competitive stadium.

  15. Vadym says:

    Eldorado, a supermarket chain of electronics. In 2010 there was a fire in the warehouses of the network in Kiev. This technique, which survived after the fire is likely.

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