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    Prices and shipping information.

    Payments will be made by Paypal. Customers can contact us and we will provide the information to make the payment on the account.

    Prices are in Euro, the currency of the country where we are located. These prices are invariable and they don't include taxes.

    Prices shown in other currencies are only indicatives and can change according to the fluctuation of currency exchange rates for each country. The price reference will be Euro with the currency exchange rates present during the purchase.

    Shipping costs are buyer responsibility included custom fees that can arise from the receipt of the product.

    Shipping costs are different for each country, each order will be managed individually to allow the most economic, efficient and safe way to make the shipment.


    Price list:

    Leather Knife Roll “Gilabert” -------------- 190 €uros (TAX NOT INCLUDE)*

    Leather Knife Roll “Aureum”

    Leather Knife roll “kendo”

    Leather Knife Holster “Chef”

    Leather Knife Holster “Shefu”



    *Customers from Spain must add 21 % to the product price.

    *Customers from other countries are exempted from paying taxes, they can consider the price in Euro.


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    when can we expect to find out info about the aureum or kendo knife rolls?

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    Really don't know... Sorry. These two are in developing process from some time ago, we have clear the concept and some patterns and sketches but many things still needs to be studied for become it in a viable standard product.

    Probably the knife holsters come before, they are a more developed products.

    Thank you for the question.

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    Holy crap! Spain has 21% taxes? Poor people!
    Amat Victoria Curam Fortune favors the prepared.
    "A human being is primarily a bag for putting food into." -George Orwell

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    the taxes is not their problem i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Holy crap! Spain has 21% taxes? Poor people!
    The Spanish arent the only ones Im afraid. All EU countries are taxing around the 20% mark. We (The Netherlands) have 21% as well. I believe the Belgians have 18~19% and the Germans 20%?

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    Want to see just how bad some have it? Here is a list of the different taxes in Europe (sales, income, etc)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_rates_of_Europe

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    But you also get a lot more from your taxes, like schooling and full healthcare

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton View Post
    But you also get a lot more from your taxes, like schooling and full healthcare
    Nope. Thats history, at least for the Netherlands - the country with overall the highest tax rates.

    Elementary school: €100 each year
    High school: €225 each year
    University/community college: €1800~2000 each year

    As for health care, since about 10 years there's a system here that you could compare with obamacare. Healthcare is no longer managed by state but by insurance companies. A decent insurance costs you about €100 each month. Insuring yourself is obligatory. People with low income get part of their money back from government with a monthly cash back system.

    What we do get for our taxes is unemployment (70% of last income, max of 36 months - depending on the length of your employment), tiny pension - €400 max per month. Besides this there's a lot of money going to poor people and elderly, but the average joe doesn't see any of his taxes back.

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    Hello, things are the way they are, we can't change anything about taxes. So... Yes, spanish customers have a disadvantage to buy our products because we are just in Spain. It is compensated by the shipping costs.

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