We Now Ship to the following countries:
Antigua & Barbuda
Bolivia Bosnia & Herzegovina
Botswana Bouvet Island
Cape Verde Cayman Islands
Central African Republic
China Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Cook Islands Costa Rica
El Salvador Equatorial Guinea
Netherlands New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Portugal Puerto Rico (US)
Sweden Switzerland (Up To 150ml at a time)
Trinidad & Tobago
Turkey Turks & Caicos
Virgin Islands (US)
International shipping starts at 6.49!
**Please remember that customs seizure is at the buyers risk. No exceptions.
If you do not see your respective country and would like to add your country to our list, please contact us with any customs or legal information you know. We will conduct our own research to determine if we can ship to you without legal or customs issues. IF YOU KNOW OF A COUNTRY ON THIS LIST THAT PROHIBITS E-LIQUID with NICOTINE, please also email us contact us.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE TO KNOW THE LAWS OF YOUR COUNTRY. ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS SECTION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE LEGAL ADVICE.
In Austria nicotine-containing cartridges are classified as medicinal products and e-cigarettes for nicotine inhalation as medical devices.
In the Czech Republic, the use, sale and advertising of electronic cigarettes is legal.
In Germany, sale of electronic cigarettes and nicotine-containing cartridges is not forbidden. The electronic cigarette ban outspoken by the health minister of NRW on the press conference on 16 December 2011 is not a legally binding ban but merely exercised free speech.
In Italy, by a Health Ministry decree, electronic cigarettes containing nicotine cannot be sold to individuals under 16 years old.
In Latvia, the Ministry of Health has warned that the e-cigarette can cause harm to cardiovascular, hepatic and renal systems,however, e-cigarettes are legal, and are sold in most shopping centers and at Riga's airport, as well as via the internet to individuals at least 18 years old.
In the Netherlands, use and sale of electronic cigarettes is allowed, but advertising is forbidden pending European Union legislation.
In Norway electronic cigarettes and nicotine can only be imported from other EEA member states for private use.
In Poland, the sale and use of electronic cigarettes are legal.
In Portugal, the sale and use of electronic cigarettes are legal.
In the United Kingdom, the use, sale and advertising of electronic cigarettes is legal. Electronic cigarettes are also allowed to be smoked inside pubs, coffee shops, etc...
In Australia, the Federal Department of Health and Ageing classifies every form of nicotine, except for replacement therapies and cigarettes, as a form of poison. However, in the state of Victoria, the Therapeutic Goods Administration said there were no laws preventing the importation of e-cigarettes bought over the internet for personal use, unless prohibited by state and territory legislation.
In Brazil, the sale, importation and advertisement of any kind of electronic cigarettes are forbidden. The Brazilian health and sanitation federal agency, Anvisa, found the current health safety assessments about e-cigarettes not to be yet satisfactory to make the product eligible to be approved for commercialization.
In Canada, as of March 2009, the import, sale, and advertising of electronic cigarettes containing nicotine are banned in Canada, while non-nicotine e-cigs are legal and may be sold and advertised. Health Canada advised Canadian consumers not to purchase or use any electronic smoking products, cited prohibition of electronic smoking products containing nicotine in the Food and Drugs Act; no market authorization has been granted for any electronic smoking product.
In China, the sale and use of electronic cigarettes are legal.
In Hong Kong the sale and possession of nicotine-based electronic cigarette, classified as a Type I Poison, is govered under the Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance. Sale or possession is not authorized and both considered are punishable with a fine of up to HK$100,000.00
Convert and/or a prison term of 2 years. However, the law does not cover any non-nicotine inhaler.
In India, the use of electronic cigarettes is currently legal. Under the Indian Health Law of 2006, tobacco smoking has been banned in public; though since e-cigarettes avoid the use of tobacco, they do not fall under this law.
In Nepal, under the law of cigarette the use and sale of e cigarette is permitted.
In New Zealand, the Ministry of Health has ruled that the Ruyan e-cigarette falls under the requirements of the Medicines Act, and cannot be sold except as a registered medicine. Since the ruling, Ruyan has obtained registration, and sale is currently allowed in pharmacies.
In Panama, importation, distribution and sale have been prohibited since June 2009. The Ministry of Health cites the FDA findings as their reason for the ban.
In Singapore, the sale and import of electronic cigarettes, even for personal consumption, is illegal. According to Health Minister Khaw Boon Wan, electronic cigarettes were the industry's attempt to attract new users and were marketed to appeal to younger customers, including women.
In South Korea, the sale and use of electronic cigarettes are legal, but heavily taxed. Possessing electric cigarettes among teenagers is a problem.
In Switzerland, sale of nicotine-free electronic cigarettes is legal. Use and import of electronic cigarettes containing nicotine is legal, though they cannot be sold in Switzerland. As of December 2011 the tobacco tax does not apply to e-cigarettes and respective liquids containing nicotine anymore.
In the United Arab Emirates, sale and import of electronic cigarettes, even for personal consumption, is illegal. Items will be confiscated upon arrival.
Extension to Our Terms & Conditions pertaining to International Shipments:
You are fully responsible for knowing the laws in your country and locality.
Do not re-sell any of our e-liquid if it is prohibited in your country.
We will not list your item on a custom forms as a 'gift'. U.S. law prohibits us from doing this.
ALL sales are in USD and final. NO RETURNS, REFUNDS or EXCHANGES.
FREE SHIPPING DO NOT APPLY to International orders.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE IF ITEMS GET STUCK OR CONFISCATED IN CUSTOMS, TAKE LONGER THAN USUAL OR GET LOST. WE WILL NOT RE-SHIP INTERNATIONAL ORDERS. USPS shipments are transferred to customs in your local country and into your local postal system.
Delivery Confirmation information is limited to when the shipment is sent, received into customs, and usually though not always delivered. Shipments are sometimes delayed during processing in customs, though this is usually not for more than a few days. Customer is responsible for any import duties or sales and other taxes imposed by your country.