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Went to buy from Fabric8, how the hell can it cost $40 to send a 10 gram nozzle from USA to UK?

http://prnt.sc/dphqmd

 

I'm sorry. International shipping can definitely add up. We do free ground shipping within the continental US for all orders over $75, but unfortunately can't offer the same internationally. Most of the shipping companies often charge by box dimensions rather than weight for items this small/light.

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Went to buy from Fabric8, how the hell can it cost $40 to send a 10 gram nozzle from USA to UK?

http://prnt.sc/dphqmd

 

I'm sorry. International shipping can definitely add up. We do free ground shipping within the continental US for all orders over $75, but unfortunately can't offer the same internationally. Most of the shipping companies often charge by box dimensions rather than weight for items this small/light.

 

Sure I guess this is the standard small flat rate box.

There are many cheaper ways to send from US to UK but I appreciate probably too much admin to do it by weight / other delivery methods.

I can't use the EU re-sellers because none of them have updated their stock or are quoting 8 weeks lead time.

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Well 3dsolex came out with 2 types of these nozzles (ruby and saphire) and 3dverkstan came out with the olsson ruby at the same time. Both companies have been working on this for a year independently. 3dsolex announced theirs a few weeks before 3dverkstan.

3dsolex asked me to remove them from my store in respect of Anders. I don't understand why exactly but I'm guessing the 3dsolex version will be back in my store within a few weeks. I really don't know - it's up to 3dsolex.

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Sure I guess this is the standard small flat rate box.

There are many cheaper ways to send from US to UK but I appreciate probably too much admin to do it by weight / other delivery methods.

I can't use the EU re-sellers because none of them have updated their stock or are quoting 8 weeks lead time.

We did have a cheaper shipping option available at one point but it was terrible. Delivery was considered 0 to 999 days and packages seemed to detour for a long while before making it to their destination, so in the interest of offering better service, we dropped them in favor of FedEx.

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