Shipping Policy

1. How much does shipping cost?

Shipping costs vary depending on the shipping destination and the number of items that you purchase. You can get a calculation of your exact shipping charges by adding items to your cart, proceeding to checkout, and entering your mailing address. The shipping cost will automatically update and display in your total costs.

– Shipping Fee:

  • + The Standard Shipping: $5.99 for all order to Worldwide.
2. How long will it take for the buyer to receive their order?

Once we receive your order, there are 2 phases in the production and delivery timeline:

– Production: Processing Time: 5 – 7 business days*.

– Standard Shipping: 7 – 10 business days*.

Due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, production and shipping times may be delayed by 5 - 7 working days.

3. Can the order be delivered to multiple addresses?

We do not offer shipping to multiple addresses for a single order. If you would like items delivered to multiple addresses, please place those orders separately.

4. Do you offer delivery to PO Boxes or Military APO/FPO addresses?

Yes, we can send shipments to PO Boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses.

Orders shipped to APO addresses are done so via various local carriers and then are turned over to USPS for final delivery (through the military mail system). Shipments to APOs can take up to 21 business days (after production time) to arrive.

Unfortunately, once the package enters the military mail system, tracking ceases to update for military security reasons. This means that we no longer have visibility of your order and cannot provide tracking information until the package is delivered.

5. Will I be charged VAT taxes / custom duties?

Items shipping internationally from the US are shipped DDU (Delivered Duty Unpaid) and we do not collect VAT (Value Added Taxes). All taxes, duties, and customs fees are the responsibility of the recipient of the package.

Depending on the receiving country, your package may incur local customs or VAT charges. We recommend contacting your local customs office for more information regarding your country’s customs policies.

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