Shipments from East Asia may be subject to additional taxes and handling fees imposed by the customs authorities and mail carrier of your country and region. Such costs are the responsibility of the customer.
Customs and import rules vary by country and region, so unfortunately we’re not able to estimate these in advance. The best way to be sure if any such charges will be applied is to check with your local customs authority. We’ve provided some helpful links below. We also include here some general information, although please note that these are subject to change, so it’s best to check with your local customs.
Shipments under US$200 are usually exempt from taxes and import fees.
Shipments over CA$20 are usually subject to federal and provincial sales tax.
Shipments over £15 are usually subject to VAT. Shipments over £135 are usually also subject to import duty.
Shipments over €22 are usually subject to VAT. Shipments over €150 are usually also subject to import duty.
Shipments under AU$1,000 are usually exempt from taxes and import fees.
Shipments over NZ$60 are usually subject to GST.
Shipments under SG$400 are usually exempt from taxes and import fees.