Shipping Information

While we offer free UK shipping on all watches, over half of our customers come from other parts of the World and we want to ensure you get the same opportunities to own a Birth Year Watch.

Cost for overseas shipping

Watches at different prices have different costs to ship, because of the insurance cover involved. We use Royal Mail for sending our watches on a tracked and insured service. Here is a guide to help.

For watches up to £399

This covers the majority of our watches for sale. As a guide, please add £9 for delivery to Europe, USA or Australia with a 7-10 working day delivery aim. If you need the watch quicker, then we can use DHL Worldwide, which is an optional £35, but will be with you with a delivery aim of 1-3 working days

For watches or multiple purchases between £250 and £999.

For most countries we use the DHL service outlined above. If you are in a particularly risky country (e.g. warzone) then we reserve the right to cancel the order and refund you if DHL advise us not to send any parcels.

For watches over £999

We ask for a contribution towards the shipping of £59. This doesn’t cover the cost, but we share some of the bill. Some countries may be excluded depending on the availability of a reliable tracked courier service.

We have happy customers in the following countries, as well as the UK.

Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Slovakia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan and the USA.


For orders within the EU there should not be any import duty applied to the package. For customers outside the EU then please check with your local tax system to see if any duty is liable. Local tax/duty is the responsibility of the customer and not, and we shall not pay towards the cost of importing any items. Please do not ask us to list the package as worth less than the purchase price. In order for the insurance to be valid the correct value has to be stated on the parcels CN22 form, and we will always state the full value.

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