How much will shipping cost?
For local orders: R80 for orders under R500 and free shipping for orders over R500.
For international orders (outside South Africa): Your shipping costs are calculated by order weight and varies based on your location. To calculate your shipping costs, add the products you wish to purchase to your cart and enter your country on the checkout page. Your shipping costs will automatically be calculated.
Please note that there may be additional customs charges for international orders, once your order has reached you.
How will my order reach me?
For local orders, we use a courier service that will deliver your package to your door, so please provide us with a street address and make sure someone will be present to receive your package.
For international orders, we ship all packages by air mail via the South African post office.
Can I collect?
Unfortunately we do not offer the option of collecting your order at the moment, but we are working on it.
How long will it take?
Kindly note that we only process orders when we have received your payment and the money reflects in our account. EFT payments sometimes take longer to reflect and may therefore delay your order.
For local orders:
If your order does not include bedding, you can expect it in 2 – 3 working days if you are in a major city and 4 – 5 working days if in an outlying area.
If your order does include bedding, allow us an extra week to prepare your order, since all of our bedding is made to order.
For international orders:
International orders tend to take a couple of weeks to reach their destination, since we ship them by air mail using the South African post office. Please allow some extra time if you have ordered bedding, since all of our bedding is made to order.
Please note that these lead times are only an estimate and may vary depending on your order and where you are situated. If you have any questions about how long it will take, or you need to ensure that your parcel arrives by a certain date, we advise that you contact us first.