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Shipping & Returns

Returns Policy

All capacitor sales are final.

Shipping & Handling Charges

1. How much are the shipping and handling charges?
All orders are shipped USPS Priority Mail. The shipping and handling charges for most (typical orders - read below how shipping rates are calculated) small boxed shipments are as follows: USA deliveries are $7.00, Canada delivery is USD 22.00, and all other listed International countries' deliveries are USD 26.00.

2. How are shipping rate charges calculated - by item, by weight, or volume?
Shipping charges are based on total weight and volume, not by individual items. Typically, three large capacitor kits, three power supply kits, and a tube of heat sink compound can all fit inside a small flat rate box for one low shipping price. Another example would be one 12-in-1 screwdriver, one MOB cap kit, one PSU cap kit, and a tube of Arctic Silver Thermal paste would all fit in one box, for one low shipping price. When larger quantities of products are purchased, the shipping charges go up accordingly. You can use the shipping estimator to give yourself an idea on the shipping charges. The shipping charges will also be plainly seen on the Google Checkout page once you are logged into your Google Checkout account, and before the final "Place your order now" button is clicked. You can edit your order using the "Edit order" link near the top right of your Google Checkout, or navigate back using your browser back button from the Google Checkout page go back to, add to, or subtract from, the main order before you complete the order transaction.

International Shipping Destinations

1. Do you offer worldwide shipping; to Canada and internationally to all countries?
We offer worldwide shipping to many of the countries around the world. However, if you do not see your country listed below as a destination, please contact me. Send me an email and I will look into adding your country to the destination country shipping list.

2. What countries is International shipping available for?
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, plus most countries in the Europe Region. If you don't see your country listed here, please send me an email to see about adding your country to the International country list.

Shipping Delivery Times

1. US Deliveries: How quickly will my order arrive for USA USPS Priority Mail delivery?
You can expect your order, via USPS Priority Mail, to arrive in three to five days, but possibly sooner for USA delivery.

2. International Deliveries: How long does it take for worldwide international shipments to arrive?
World wide international shipping via USPS Priority Mail International takes longer than domestic delivery. USPS Priority Mail International service offers 6-10 (business days) average business days delivery. Note: 10 business days could be as long as two weeks, possibly a day or two longer depending on what the US Postal Service counts as the full day, plus holidays. Historical data has shown that delivery to some countries varies on the shorter side of the average delivery time, while other countries are on the longer side of the average delivery time. Note also that Customs on occasion may detain packages for a period of time by the receiving country's customs agency.

Please be a bit patient on the international deliveries. I ship those out almost as soon as I receive them in order to get it there as quickly as possible, as I understand everyone wanting to get the parts as quickly as possible. USPS Priority Mail is a reasonable price and good service. If you wanted Federal Express or UPS delivery it would cost an arm and a leg for the customer, and simply be way too expensive for you and very time consuming on my end. USPS has been extremely reliable even when considering the Customs office on the receiving end.