Shipping & Returns

Shipping times for regular service in Europe are 1-4 business days and 2-5 days for orders out of Europe. accepts no responsibility for delays in customs processes outside the EU. Please use our shipping times as a guide. Some countries may experience extended shipping times due to exceptional shipping requirements.

Shipping costs will be added at the checkout and may vary from country to country. Prices shown on are added to the order during the checkout process. Customer Service is at the customer’s disposal to answer any questions regarding shipping costs on and +45 3535 6264, Ext.1.

No import tax in UK or Norway: When shopping on from the UK or from Norway, the price you see is including import tax, so you won't be charged any extra fee.

Import to the United States of America: US customers can receive goods for up to $800 per day without being charged for import duties or taxes.

Order before 12:00 CET for same-day shipping. 

Shipping Price

Destination Shipping Cost From Free Shipping Threshold Return Cost
Denmark 29 DKK 800 DKK Free
Sweden 100 SEK 1500 SEK 150 SEK
Norway 100 NOK 1500 NOK 150 NOK
Germany 7 EUR 200 EUR 7 EUR
Netherlands 7 EUR 200 EUR 10 EUR
United Kingdom 8 GBP 200 GBP 10 GBP
Rest of Europe 10 EUR 200 EUR 20 EUR
USA 30 USD 300 USD 30 USD
Rest of World 30 USD 300 USD 30 USD


Our shipping partner, Searunner, handles all outbound shipments. Deliveries will be carried out by GLS for Domestic orders while DHL will deliver international orders. Unfortunately, we cannot make any exceptions. All orders are insured, and Track & Trace information is provided via email and/or text message upon dispatch. reserves the right to request additional shipping costs from the customer on orders for multiple items.

Please note: We are unable to deliver to PO Box addresses. Customs and VAT fees may apply for non-EU addresses.

When shopping on from outside the EU our pricing is set to accommodate any import taxes you may encounter. Therefore, the price you see is excluding the 25% Danish VAT. An item sold to customers outside the EU, risks paying local import taxes on the item. These charges are the responsibility of you, the buyer, and are set by the local tax authorities in your country.