It's very easy. Add the items you are interested in to your shopping cart, enter your delivery address and pay for your order. 

Note. If you buy good that is sold on pre-order, along with available goods, the delivery of such an order is carried out only after the pre-order is ready.


Specify where the order should be delivered, and the exact cost and delivery time will appear on the screen. Courier delivery is provided by SDEC delivery service. To order delivery by Russian Post, contact us on WhatsApp or Telegram: +7 903 614-96-78.

Note. International shipments may be subject to import duties, taxes, customs, and other additional charges. International delivery of goods purchased by you in our online store is carried out on a DAP door-to-door basis, however, you bear all costs associated with paying import duties, taxes, customs, and other additional fees. Find out in advance the terms of importing goods from foreign online stores. 

EU countries. Buying goods online coming from a non-European Union country.

Customs regulations are the same for all EU countries. In most countries, VAT-tax is not subject to parcels up to 22 euros. But there are some exceptions, for example, in Denmark, this border is about 10 euros, in Bulgaria - 15 euros, and in France, absolutely all parcels are subject to VAT tax. Tax rates range from 18 to 27%. Customs duty is charged on parcels worth more than 150 euros.

Please note. There are currently no deliveries to Germany.

Great Britain. Tax and customs for goods sent from abroad.

Standard VAT tax in the UK - 20%. It is charged on parcels shipped from outside the EU countries.
The VAT is not subject to goods worth up to £ 15. Customs duties - goods worth up to 135 pounds.
The VAT is taken from the entire amount of the shipment, that is, the cost of the goods + shipping costs + insurance (if any) + duties (if any). A customs duty - from the cost of goods and delivery.

Israel. Guide for Personal Importation by Parcel Post/Courier Service.

Goods worth up to $ 75 (excluding shipping and insurance) are exempt from import taxes. Goods with a total value of 75 to 500 US dollars (excluding shipping and insurance) are exempted only from customs duties. You will need to pay VAT of 17%, but this rate will be applied to the total cost of the goods, including shipping and insurance. Goods valued from 500 to 1000 US dollars are subject to VAT at the VAT rate of 31%. Goods worth more than $ 1,000 are subject to VAT and customs duties. Local postal services may also charge additional fees for customs clearance.

The USA. Internet Purchases. Your Responsibility and Liability.

Merchandise shipped through the international postal service is forwarded upon its arrival in the United States to one of U.S. Customs and Border Protection International Mail Branches for clearance. If the item is less than $2,000 in value and is not subject to a quota or is not a restricted or prohibited item, a CBP official will usually prepare the paperwork for importing it, assess the proper duty, and release it for delivery. This procedure is generally referred to as a mail entry. Packages whose declared value is under $800 ($100 if being sent as a gift to someone other than the purchaser) will generally be cleared without any additional paperwork prepared by CBP. However, CBP always reserves the right to require a formal entry for any importation and generally exercises this option if there is something unusual about the importation, or if important documents such as an invoice or bill of sale do not accompany the item.
If any duty is owed, CBP will charge a processing fee for clearing your package. Duty and the processing fee are usually paid at your local post office, where your package is forwarded.

Canada. Importing by mail or courier. Determining duty and taxes owed.

Under the provisions of the Postal Imports Remission Order, if someone mails you an item worth CAN$20 or less, there is no duty or tax payable. If the item is worth more than CAN$20, you must pay the applicable duty, the GST or HST, and any PST on the item's full value.

Australia. Buying Online.

Goods you buy online are subject to the same rules, duties and screening processes as any other import. For goods with a value of AUD1000 or less, there are generally no duties, taxes or charges.


Enter all the necessary contact information, delivery address and tap on the "Pay Online" button. To pay for the goods, click "Pay online". You can pay the goods online with bank cards МИР, Visa, MasterCard, Cirrus, Maestro. 

In accordance with Federal Law No. 54-ФЗ, a fiscal receipt will be sent to you electronically at the e-mail address, specified during the checkout process. All operations with personal data, provided by you during the checkout process, comply with Federal Law № 152-ФЗ "On personal data" of 27.07.2006 and manufactured exclusively in the territory of the Russian Federation.

Note. The order must be paid within 20 minutes. Orders not paid within the specified time are canceled.


After the transfer of the goods to the delivery service you will be sent an email with a number of the postal item and the address of the site where you can track the status of your order. To agree on the time of receipt of the order, you will be given a warning call. In case your absence on the specified address at the agreed time with a courier, you will have yourself to get the goods at the point of mailing, the address of which will be specified in the notification of delivery.

All parcels are accompanied by a list of contents. If opening the package you will find incompleteness and/or damage to the goods, you have the right to refuse to receive the goods of inadequate quality. Your signature in the post receipt is indicative of the absence of claims to the goods.