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Which of the available delivery methods should I choose?

We only add the real cost of postage to the prices mentioned in our price lists. The customer can choose between first, second or third class (the cheapest possible), or registered post.

  • First class: orders are sent immediately by the fastest means (if the goods are in stock). Depending on the distance, these deliveries can take several days.
  • Second class: orders are delivered, on average, within two to four weeks, although there have been cases where the goods have been in transit for four months.
  • Third class: orders are sent by an economical bulk-mailing service. These deliveries are the cheapest, but also the slowest. Goods sent third class can take several months to arrive.
  • Registered post: orders are sent immediately by the fastest method, and are registered at the post-office. Depending on the destination country, the customer can find out the location of the package at any time, either from the post-office, or from the Internet. You can request your registration code from our
  • Delivery to a nearby shop or depot: In many areas, the cheapest way to send a parcel is to have it delivered to a shop or post office depot in your neighbourhood. If you want us to send your order this way, please choose "I authorise delivery to a depot". If this option is not available in your area, we'll use the cheapest delivery method.

Delivery: Goods are sent at the client's own risk. For valuable deliveries (large quantities, or expensive items), and for countries where packages are often lost, we recommend registered post (see above).

Latest update of this page: 08-08-2019