Customs & Import Fees

All customers are responsible for import fees, customs and local sales taxes a costed by the respective country; payment of these costs is vital to release your iWatch bands from customs. The total amount of your order as displayed on the final check out web page doesn’t consist of any custom or import fees.

The courier service, before shipment, will declare any extra costs if necessary. You may refuse delivery, in the event you don’t want to pay these extra fees, we’ll then reimburse you once the iwatch strap(s) are sent back.

iWatch Strap Store doesn’t have any control of import fees along with other local costs therefore we can’t let you know exactly how much it’ll set you back as these duties vary extensively with regards to the country you’re based in. Listed here is a rough guideline about what you might be billed:

US: The amount on receiving merchandise is +/- US$200 or more.
Canada: Don’t pay any custom fees for obtaining items when the order is below +/- CAD $20. Should your order be more than this amount, you’ll most likely pay import fees.
Australia: Don’t pay any custom fees for obtaining items when the order is below +/- AUD $1,000. Should your order be more than this amount, you’ll most likely pay import fees.
New Zealand: Don’t pay any custom fees for obtaining items when the order is below +/- NZD $400.Should your order be more than this amount, you’ll most likely pay import fees.
United Kingdom: Don’t pay any custom fees for obtaining items when the order is below +/- GBP £135. Should your order be more than this amount, you’ll most likely pay import fees.
European Union: Don’t pay any custom fees for obtaining items when the order is below +/- EUR €150.Should your order be more than this amount, you’ll most likely pay import fees.
We’re not international trade or tax attorneys. We recommend getting in contact with the local custom office to find out more before placing your order.