We have been selling clock Parts by Mail order for almost 30 yrs.
Ordering online is the most economical way to place an order, but we are available to take phone orders as well.
When you order from us you have the peace of mind that you will be sent good quality goods and that they will be packed securely.
Orders are sent by signature required E parcel or Fastway Couriers.
Sometimes the best option for shipping your order is an Express Post or Standard post bag, if this is the case no signature will be required.
If you would like your parcel to be " Left in a safe spot" if you are not home when the postie/ courier attempts delivery -please indicate this in the notes section at the checkout.
Payment may be made online by Paypal or Secure Credit Card payment ( this will direct you to the Westpac Bank Secure Payment portal). We don't see your credit card details.
There is also a phone for payment details option - If you would like to pay via Credit card over the phone, Direct Deposit or you are a school and need a quote etc this is the option for you.
Online orders attact flat rate shipping.
Orders under $20 are $10 shipping.
Orders over $20 are $12.50 Shipping
Orders over $120 are $16 Postage
Orders over $250 are $20 Postage
Orders over $350 are $25 Postage Australia wide.
Orders to NZ & Norfolk Island* $20. ( Norfolk Island orders are sent via express post.)
Mechanical Clock kits and Resin are not included in the above postage rates.
Our aim is to process online orders ASAP and the majority of orders are shipped by the next business day.
Most Orders * to WA, Tas, SA, NT and remote areas are sent via express post we also use Fastway Couriers and EParcel.
Yes we also will take your order over the phone. Phone orders sometimes attact higher shipping costs - we charge the actual shipping cost if it is over our usual rates
Why does the shipping seem so expensive for a small order?
It is not cheap to send parcels in Australia. Clock parts are fragile and need to be sent in boxes with lots of packing - which we must buy.
Finally Paypal & Westpac charge quite hefty fees for doing the payment transactions.