Customs Duty And Tax

International customers, please note that any import duty or tax collected by the local customs agency is the responsibility of the receiver. We accept no liability for delays caused as a result of customs and immigration inspections or levies.

If you are unaware of the situation for your own country it is always advisable to make checks of your own. 

For EU Customers

As of 1st January 2021 the UK is no longer part of the EU. This means that new rules apply regarding how the UK trades with EU countries.


For all orders with a total value of under €150 (£135), EU customers will be charged VAT at the local rate applicable to their delivery country, at the time of sale. This means orders will reach you without you having to pay VAT, handling fees or import duties at customs and this should speed up delivery of your order. Please note, this only applies to non-business customers (those without a VAT number). All orders over €150 will not be charged VAT at the time of sale and you will be required to pay VAT and a handling fee in your country before your parcel is delivered.



Import duties are not payable on orders under €150. For orders over €150 you may need to pay import duties on certain goods in addition to VAT and a handling fee. As a seller we are not responsible for paying any additional fees at customs.