Shipping & Delivery


All orders will ship from our shop in Elkhart, Indiana.

Orders shipped within the USA
We offer a variety of different shipping options for orders within the USA. Most orders ship for Free and take 3-5 business days to arrive but you can upgrade to even faster shipping during checkout.

Orders shipped to Canada or United Kingdom
We offer 3 methods for orders shipped anywhere in Canada or the UK:

  1. Standard: Free
    Arrives in 6-14 business days after shipment. Customs duties & taxes are not included.
  2. Expedited: $10 (free with orders over USD $100)
    Arrives in 3-8 business days after shipment. Customs duties & taxes are included.
  3. Express, $25 (free with orders over USD $200)
    Arrives in 2-5 business days after shipment. Customs duties & taxes are included.

International Shipping
We offer two different shipping options for orders outside of the USA, Canada or UK:

  1. DHL Parcel International Standard. This method is $5.99 USD and uses DHL Parcel International Standard for delivery. Packages typically take 8-15 business days to arrive to most countries although in rare cases we have seen some packages take longer than that.

  2. DHL Express Worldwide. This method costs $28.49 and uses DHL Express Worldwide for delivery. Packages typically take 2-5 business days to arrive. If you choose this method, we will also do our best to make your order quickly, although we can't guarantee that it will get rushed.

Duties and Customs Fees (For International Shipping)
We know that customs and unexpected costs can be such a drag! We offer some duties and taxes included shipping options during checkout. We suggest you also look into your home country's customs fees prior to purchasing if you are hesitant about paying customs.

For DHL International Shipping to Europe
The goods will be imported on behalf of the consignee/ebuyer. The consignee authorizes the (name of eTailer/supplier) to import the goods on his behalf. Further, the consignee/buyer agrees that (name of the eTailer/supplier) may delegate the obligation to import the goods on his behalf to a subcontractor (e.g. customs broker). The consignee will pay the taxes & duties in addition with the purchase price of the goods.