Knife Sales - Age Verification

You must be 18
or over to purchase knives online. If buying a knife from us for the first time then please send proof of age (drivers licence, passport, commercial divers qualification) to us at Knife orders will not be sent without proof of age. An adult must sign for any parcels containing a knife.

Delivery / Billing Addresses

If you are paying by card the "billing address" you enter must be the same as the registered address for the payment card. If not, your bank will decline the payment and you will not be able to complete your order. You can enter a different "delivery address" if you do not want your order sending to the cards registered address by un-ticking "same as billing address" on the checkout page.

International Sales & Taxation

All customers within the EU will simply be charged the standard British 20% VAT at checkout and will not be subject to further import taxes. VAT receipts are automatically issued on payment.

Customers outside the EU will not be charged British ' Value Added Tax'
(VAT) but will have to pay their own country's import dues when the goods arrive in your respective customs. These taxes vary from country to country and are your responsibility. Payment will need to be made to your customs officials before goods are released to the courier company for delivery to your door. Someone from your governments customs office will call to arrange payment when the goods arrive in your country. For information on import duty costs for your country please visit your respective tax office website. Divers Stuff is not responsible for delays to deliveries caused by customs.

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