Catalogue shop Argos is to open a digital store within a Sainsbury’s in Kensington .
It will open in the Cromwell Road branch, which was targeted by Greenpeace activists on September 24, this month, and create around 20 new jobs.
The move follows the buy-out of the catalogue store by the supermarket giants earlier this year.
It will offer popular products for immediate pickup, with 20,000 products also available to pick-up within hours of ordering, and 20,000 extra products available for home delivery.
There will also be an eBay collection point so buyers can either collect their eBay purchases or arrange for Argos to deliver them.
The digital-enabled store means customers will be able to order items on tablets , with Argos’s famous stubby pencils and paper slips making way.
Sainsbury’s say the move will also give customers more choice across different product ranges, creating the UK’s largest non-food retailer.
Chris Young, manager at Sainsbury’s Cromwell Road store, said: “Sainsbury’s has been a part of the local community for 33 years and we are really thrilled to welcome Argos and its team to our store.
“The new shop is great news for customers, who are looking for easier, more convenient ways to shop. We’re looking forward to offering them an increased range of products at great value, all under one roof.”