Payments from the UK may be made using credit or debit cards via SECPay/PayPoint (no sign-up or membership required) or using PayPal.
Payments from Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the USA may be made using credit or debit cards (providing "Secured by Visa", "3D-Secure" or similar system is used) via SECPay/PayPoint (no sign-up or membership required) or using PayPal.
Other overseas orders may be paid for using PayPal only.
Shipping costs in our on-line store are automatically calculated for the UK, EU, USA (limited to 70kg), Canada (limited to 70kg), Australia (limited to 70kg), New Zealand (limited to 2kg) and Israel (limited to 70kg). Some remote areas of these countries may incur a surchage (we will let you know). Please contact us for other overseas shipping costs.
Shipping costs are kept as low as possible and are dependant on weight and destination. Both of these vary greatly. Small items, up to 1 kg, sent to destinations within the UK cost £3.50+VAT. Orders destined for mainland GB (excludes Northern Ireland, islands and post codes HS, IV, KA, KW, PA, PH, and ZH) up to 20kg cost £9+VAT, up to 40kg cost £12.50+VAT, and up to 100kg cost £25.50+VAT.
A package to North America, up to 1 kg costs £25, up to 2kg costs £38 (air mail), up to 10kg costs £38 (economy), and up to 60kg costs £100 (economy).
A package to Australia, up to 1 kg costs £25, up to 2kg costs £38 (air mail), up to 10kg costs £75 (economy), and up to 60kg costs £255 (economy).
A shipment to the EU up to 30kg will cost around £40+VAT, and up to 50kg will cost around £55+VAT (precise cost depends on country). Small packages up to 1kg can be sent via air mail for £18.50+VAT and up to 2 kg costs £25.50.
A package to Israel, up to 1 kg costs £25, up to 2kg costs £38 (air mail), up to 10kg costs £88 (economy), and up to 60kg costs £280 (economy).
The cost of shipping will be calculated and shown when you complete the checkout stage, before you are asked for payment.
Orders sent to destinations outside the European Union will not include VAT, but you can expect to pay import duties and your local tax when the goods are delivered. You should find out what you will have to pay, so that you can have a clear idea of the total cost of your purchase.