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I am focused on providing the SAKA (Self Advancing Knee Ascender) to the climbing community. Other products will return when I am able to re-direct resources to them. I appreciate your patience.
I have added free priority mail shipping on orders of 100.00 or more, available at checkout. Note: Your email (entered at checkout) is used for shipping notifications only! Your phone # is not used (but required for international shipments) unless a request to call is made.
Shipping delays are being experienced with Covid19 and the holiday season. I have had a few priority packages take more than a week and I am seeing delays on the arrival of materials needed. Please be patient.
I apologize but until I can get something worked out with products to the UK, I will not offer shipping there. The new Brexit requirements are too much for me to deal with. (Some info posted below.)
Starting January 1, 2021, shipping to the UK will be more complex due to Brexit. The UK has implemented new rules for goods imported into the UK. The biggest change is the requirement to collect VAT (Value Added Tax) on shipments to the UK.
What You Need to Know
ou Must Register for VAT and Collect VAT Fees
As a U.S. online retailer, you will now be required to create an online account with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and register for a VAT number in order to deliver e-commerce orders to the UK. You will be required to collect all VAT fees from your buyers at time of product purchase. This VAT fee was previously collected when a parcel entered the UK, typically with the buyer having to pay VAT to release the package from Customs.
VAT rates vary dependent on product price:
Most Goods and Services valued UNDER £135 have a 20% VAT Rate
Goods and services shipped to the UK with a value between £0.01 and £135 (between $1 and approximately $180 USD) will incur VAT fee of 20% of the product price (not including shipping fees). U.S. online retailers selling products to UK buyers are require to collect this 20% VAT fee at the time of sale. Online retailers will be responsible to pay all VAT collected to HMRC every three months.
Weaver Leather, Climbing Innovations and Richard Mumford are pleased to announce that the lawsuit is over! Mumford’s SAKA mini-Max has been found not to infringe on any patent of Weaver Leather. It was also found that Mumford’s survey and GoFundMe request for help, posted on at least Treebuzz, Instagram, and Facebook on August 15, 2019 was disparaging against Weaver. Both parties respect and accept the decisions from the court and are grateful to have resolved their issues. Weaver Leather and Climbing Innovations are glad to move forward in serving the marketplace with respect. Weaver Leather, Richard Mumford and Climbing Innovations urge the climbing community to refrain from negative comments or statements directed toward either company.