Orders will generally be shipped by the next business day.
Shipments will originate from 75072 in Texas, USA, and sales tax will be collected for shipments within Texas.
Shipments that are returned due to non-delivery will be refunded minus all shipping and return fees.
Shipping to the following countries is currently available: Argentina, Australia, Canada, all EU countries, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, and the UK. If you wish to import into a country not listed, please send a request to email@example.com.
Prices are shown and transacted in US Dollars.
Shipments are delivery duty unpaid (DDU). All duty, taxes, and fees are the receiver’s responsibility. The duty and tax estimator at simplyduty.com may be useful. To use it, fill out the form and enter the HS Code “9506.99.3000” instead of a product description. Include your shipping cost, which is available on the shopping cart page. In addition to duty and tax, the courier may charge a brokerage or clearance fee.
I recommend UPS for international shipments, if available. The USPS is usually cheaper, but shipments usually take several weeks. There have been cases where there were no tracking updates for over a month.
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Fascinating, how much will it cost to ship it to the UK ? Tax + delivery charges
Thank you very much Ruben
Ruben, shipping options with cost are visible after you add an SW1 to your cart and enter your location. When it arrives at customs, you’ll be contacted to pay VAT, duty, and a clearance fee. For the UK, I believe that VAT is 20% of the price plus shipping. Duty is minimal (around £5). Another UK customer reported a clearance fee of £12 for a USPS shipment (delivered by Parcel Force?). I hope that helps.