You will need to pay customs and duties if you are located outside of the UK, EU, and US.

US order values over 800 USD will incur Import Duties. If you are ordering 3 or more units to the US please split your order into multiple orders of 2 units.

Below is a breakdown of customs estimates for countries where our customers typically order Carv from. If you don't see your country, please look at your own country's website to see what they estimate.

All customs and duties are an estimate and the values can change without notice. This is just a rough guide to give you peace of mind.

NB: All of our products ship from Ireland. If asked our HS code is 85176200.

Country

Province (if applicable)

Customs estimate % of order value*

Customs calculator link

Canada

Alberta,

Northwest Territories,

Nunavut,

Yukon Territories


British Columbia,

Manitoba,

Ontario,

Saskatchewan


New Brunswick,

Newfoundland and Labrador,

Nova Scotia,

Price Edward Island,

Quebec

5%-10%


13%-18%


15%-20%

Canadian Border Services Agency

Switzerland

N/A

7.7% VAT (+ 15% of net weight)

Tares Switzerland

Tariff code: 85176200

Ship from: Ireland

Japan

N/A

8%-10%

Japan Customs
OR

Simply Duty

This is a 3rd party website so this should only be used as a guide.

Norway

N/A

~25%

Norwegian Customs - Toll

Please select electronics as the category when prompted.

Australia

N/A

Duty is normally waived under $1000 AUD

otherwise approximately 10%

Australian Border Force

OR

Worldwide Customs and Forwarding Agents Australia

This is a 3rd party website so this should only be used as a guide.

New Zealand

N/A

Duty is waived under $1000 NZD

otherwise 15%

New Zealand Customs Service

*Additional Brokerage Fees (customs processing fee) may apply. This is sometimes charged by UPS and varies country to country.

Some general 3rd party customs calculators that seem to work are:

Easyship (ES)

SimplyDuty (SD)

Disclaimer: Please note that as these are not official government websites the quotes they give you will not be exact and should only be a guide.

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