Orders that are paid through PayPal are shipped to your PayPal account address.
If you submit an order until 4:30 pm EST Monday to Friday it is shipped the same business day. Orders submitted after 4:30 pm EST on Friday, or on holidays and weekends are shipped the following business day.
Orders paid with eCheck are shipped in 7 business days.
We ship from several different locations displayed at the checkout, and inventory permitting, a location closest to your destination will be automatically chosen. This will result in the best delivery pricing: i.e. Royal Mail Tracked - $3.87 or Deutsche Post - $9.71.
With-in the UK:
Royal Mail Tracked Packet - FREE (excluding Northern Ireland and some other remote locations)
Royal Mail Next Day - £3.79
With-in the EU:
Standard Shipping - €9.21
Express Shipping - €15.94
Other International Destinations:
Express UPS/FedEx/DHL - $29.23 with tracking number, 3-5 business days.
Canada Post Air - $33.20 with tracking number, 7-9 business days.
Exact shipping price will vary based on your location and service picked, it will be displayed during the ordering process.
As screens are very fragile, mandatory shipping insurance of $1.85 per screen is included to your order (free with Royal Mail Tracked Packet within UK).
We ship parcels every day. Nevertheless, the delivery time is approximate, and is not guaranteed. Sometimes, it takes longer to get the package delivered due to customs delays, postal services interruption or any other circumstances that are beyond our control. Please note, we do not issue refunds for shipping delays caused by the third parties. Consider the risk of possible delays when shopping online.
Once your order is shipped, you will receive an e-mail containing the tracking number for your parcel. It is also viewable under Orders tab on our website.
Please note, that for some countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Philippines, China etc. deliveries may take extra time.
In case of abnormal delays refer to the tracking number. The courier may be holding the parcel after the first unsuccessful delivery attempt (e.g. nobody was at home to receive the parcel).
More about tracking.