This delivery policy gives details of the delivery methods, delivery periods and delivery charges that apply to any orders for our products made through our website. This policy is a legally binding document, and forms part of the contract of sale between you and us made under our terms and conditions of sale.

Delivery Methods:

We will deliver to the following countries and territories: Worldwide.

If the delivery address is a UK mainland address then you will be able to select from: Standard Delivery (4-5 working days), 1st Class (2-3 days) or Next Day Delivery (Monday-Friday when your order is placed by 2pm).

If the delivery address of your order is not a UK mainland address then you will be able to select Worldwide Shipping.

Delivery Options:

    Standard Delivery

    1st Class Delivery 

    Next Day Delivery 

    Worldwide Shipping

These periods are indicative only, and whilst we will make every effort to ensure that you receive your delivery in good time, we do not guarantee delivery before the end of the specified period.

Delivery charges:

Delivery charges will be calculated and automatically applied to your order during the checkout process.  All amounts are stated in GBP and are inclusive of VAT.

Standard (4-5 working days): FREE SHIPPING

1st Class (2-3 working days): £4.99

Next Day: £7.99

Priority Shipping, With Shipping insurance, Ensure Your Parcel Is Safe & Secure (With Tracking): £10.99

Worldwide (7-14 working days): £14.99 

Receipt and Signature:

All deliveries must be signed for. 

If the delivery attempt is unsuccessful, our delivery service providers will leave a card at your address with instructions on how you can collect your product. 

Delivery Problems:

If you experience any problems with a delivery, please contact us by email at 

If our delivery service provider is unable to deliver your products, due to customer fault then we may agree to arrange for re-delivery of the products, but we reserve the right to charge you for the actual costs of re-delivery. An indicative list of the situations where a failure to deliver will be the customer's fault is set out below:

  • Wrong address provided.
  • The address for delivery is not reasonably accessible.
  • The address for delivery cannot be accessed safely.