Information for shipping to Europe (updated 25/04/22)
The Non-UK seller is responsible for collecting and paying UK VAT for direct sales to a UK private individual. Sellers must charge sales VAT though their website checkout for goods consignments not exceeding ￡135.
Unless the consignment is a business to business sale and the customer has given them their UK VAT registration number. The business customer will then be responsible for accounting for any VAT due on their VAT Return.
Currently, a 20% VAT is set to be automatically applied to all UK customers on our website. For reverse charge, please let us know with your VAT number before purchasing if you are a UK business. Otherwise, supply VAT should be charged.
For more detail, please check HMRC website.
We charge you your country's VAT at checkout for orders not exceeding €150.
The IOSS facilitates the collection, declaration and payment of VAT for sellers that are making distance sales of imported goods to buyers in the EU. The IOSS also makes the process easier for the buyer, who is only charged at the time of purchase, and therefore does not face any surprise fees when the goods are delivered. If the seller is not registered in the IOSS, the buyer has to pay the VAT and usually a customs clearance fee charged by the transporter.
For more detail about IOSS, please check IOSS.