Customs Duty (outside of EU)

Customs Duty: ships worldwide and in some cases, customs duty might be applicable (e.g. NZ, AU, UK, NO).

These fees are automatically placed at the customer, to be paid in full for a release of the purchased item(s) accordingly.

On the basis of the data provided in the customs declaration (by, the supporting documents that accompany it and any information which they may request, the competent customs officers determine, impose and collect Customs duties that are due.

Customs duty is calculated as a percentage of the customs value of the goods:
The percentage or rate varies depending on the type of goods. The customs value is made up of; the price paid for the goods, the insurance cost and shipping cost.

Customs Duty may not be due for goods, provided directly to the buyer when their value does not exceed 150 euros. This exception does not apply to perfumes and toilet waters, tobacco or tobacco products and alcoholic products which are subject to special limits on the quantity provided.