Shipping & Returns

Small goods are shipped using An Post standard post where suitable, within the Rep. Of Ireland.

We do not impose minimum shipping rates on orders.
Our basic small goods shipping service is based on  An Post.ie  rates on packet & parcel weight.

We accept no responsibility for articles lost or damaged in standard post.
Receipt of Postage is available when required.
We offer standard post as a "no quibbles" economy service, so as to keep costs to the consumer as low as possible

If you require registered postage, this must be clearly stated in your order form
We will quote postage direct via email once we receive your order, and provide your Tracking No. once your products have been dispatched.


All orders are verified and shipping/product costs confirmed before dispatch of order.

All goods must be paid for in full, prior to dispatch.
There can be considerable delays paying via cheque or money order while we await clearance.

Standard Post is not available on all products displayed within this site, some products require a freight/hazmat carrier and shipping costs will reflect this.  We reserve the right to alter postal charges up or down, and customers will be notified of this prior to order payment/dispatch.  All payment & refund facilities are offered through Pay-pal.

For all queries  Click here to Contact Us  and we'll endeavour to source the most cost effective shipping option.

If you require shipping to a European destination!!!
Click here to Contact Us  and we'll endeavour to source the most cost effective shipping option.


We offer a registered & tracked service on European Shipping


Information On Consumer Rights & Returns Policy

We meet our obligations under the following legislation.
The European Directive on Distance Selling (Directive 97/7/EC) (pdf) and the EC (Protection of Consumers in respect of contracts made by means of distance communication) Regulations 2001 (Statutory Instrument 207 of 2001) aim to ensure that consumers can expect the same minimum level of protection no matter where a supplier is based in the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland.

The European Directive on Distance Selling (Directive 97/7/EC) was incorporated into Irish Law by the EC (Protection of Consumers in respect of contracts made by means of distance communication) Regulations 2001 (Statutory Instrument 207 of 2001).







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