Ways of delivery of goods
Delivery of goods is possible in the following way:
- By Slovak post
We also supply goods to the SK and CZ countries.
For international clients, we deliver to SK and CZ. For delivery to the other countries, please contact us.
Price and payment
When ordering the product and delivery
postage + packing together
The price of delivery of goods is valid within the territory of the Slovak Republic. When sending goods abroad, transport costs are calculated individually on the basis of a contract on the price of transport outside the territory of the Slovak Republic.
The buyer is obliged to pay the seller the purchase price of the goods agreed in the purchase contract at the time of concluding the purchase contract, including the cost of delivery of goods (hereinafter "purchase price") according to Act No. 18/1996 Coll. as amended in the form of: cash, delivery person
payment card to the delivery person
cashless transfer to the seller's account
In the event that the buyer pays the seller the purchase price by non-cash transfer, the day of payment is considered to be the day when the entire purchase price was credited to the seller's account IBAN:, VS: order number.
The buyer is obliged to pay the seller the purchase price for the agreed goods within the period specified in the purchase contract, but no later than when taking over the goods.
In the event that the buyer pays the seller the purchase price for the goods agreed in the purchase contract, the buyer is entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract and demand a refund of the purchase price only in accordance with applicable Slovak legislation.
In the event that the buyer withdraws from the purchase contract after handing over the goods to a third party for the transport of goods, the seller is entitled to reimbursement of costs from the buyer for ordering and transporting the goods.
In the event that the buyer does not pay the seller the full purchase price upon receipt of the goods, the parties agree that the seller is entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract and demand compensation from the buyer for the costs of ordering and delivery of unpaid goods.
Postage costs are not included in the purchase price of the goods and the seller is not obliged to provide these services to the buyer.
The prices of goods listed on the seller's website are valid at the time of ordering the goods. The prices listed in the seller's printed price list are valid until a new price list is issued.
The purchase price will be considered paid by crediting the full purchase price to the seller's account, in the case of payment by transfer to the seller's account, or by paying cash to the courier.
The seller reserves the right of ownership of the goods until full payment of the purchase price.
The proof of purchase issued on the basis of the purchase contract between the seller and the buyer is also a tax document.
Acceptance of the goods by the buyer is in principle only possible after full payment, unless otherwise agreed.
To the price of the goods is added the price of transport of goods and packaging, as mentioned above in point 7.2.
The goods are sold according to the issued samples, catalogs, type sheets and sample books of the seller placed on the website of the seller's e-shop.
Unless the seller and the consumer agree otherwise, the seller is obliged to fulfill the consumer's order within 30 days of its delivery.
The buyer will take over the goods at the place specified in the acceptance of the buyer's order by the seller.
The quantity, dimensions and other data on the properties of the goods contained in the catalogs, brochures and other documents of the seller placed on the website of the seller's e-shop are binding data.
The place of delivery of goods is the place specified in the acceptance of the order by the seller, unless the parties agree otherwise in the purchase contract.
If the seller transports the goods to the buyer to the place specified in the purchase contract by the buyer, the buyer takes them over in person or ensures that the goods are taken over by a person authorized in case of absence to take over the goods specified in the purchase contract and sign a protocol on delivery and handover . The third party authorized to take over the goods specified in the purchase contract is obliged to submit to the seller the original or a copy of the purchase contract and proof of payment for the goods and a written power of attorney. If it is necessary to repeat the delivery of goods due to the absence of the buyer at the place specified in the purchase contract, all costs incurred shall be borne by the buyer, in particular the repeated delivery of goods to the destination in the purchase contract. The goods are considered delivered at the time of delivery of the goods to the address specified in the binding acceptance of the order and taken over at the time of physical acceptance of the goods by the buyer, respectively. his authorized representative or by refusing to accept the goods, which the carrier shall indicate in the protocol on the delivery and handover of the goods.
The buyer will check the shipment, ie the goods and their packaging immediately after delivery. In the event that the buyer finds that the goods or packaging of the goods are mechanically damaged, he shall notify the carrier of this fact and check the condition of the goods in his presence. The transport of goods is provided by the seller. In the event that damaged goods are delivered, the buyer will file a complaint with the seller or. withdrawal from the contract with the buyer.
If the seller does not fulfill the contract because he cannot deliver the ordered goods or provide the service, he is obliged to immediately inform the consumer and return the price paid for the goods or advance within 14 days, unless the seller and the consumer agree on a replacement. If the seller and the consumer do not agree on a replacement performance, the seller is obliged to reimburse all proven costs incurred by the consumer to order goods or services. In the case of a substitute performance, the seller is obliged to deliver the goods or provide the consumer with the same quality and price.