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Frequently asked questions

To make shopping easier for international users in certain locations the prices will be show in your local currency ie; USD, NZD, GBP etc. We are located in Australia and all invoices are displayed in Australian Dollars so the difference in total is the current exchange from from your local currency to AUD, the local price displayed and paid at checkout is the same nothing extra is charged.

This is the status while the order is being processed, also as most items are made to order this is also during manufacture time. When complete the status will be updated to awaiting shippment or shipped.

Skins/Wraps can be tricky to fit especially if the device being fit to is complex or has curves. We recommend taking your time and using heat to get the best fit, you can use a hot air gun or hair dryer to warm the vinyl gently allowing it to flex and conform to curves way easier, it will also help smooth out any wrinkles you may have, for install guides click here

Tracking info will automatically be sent to the email used when ordering when the package has been dispatched and marked as shipped. If you have an account you can also find the tracking id there under the orders tab. Ensure your email is correct when ordering, also check your junk folder if you have not received info if the status has changed to shipped

Track updates are not daily and will only update when scanned at certain process facility's or passing customs. Keep patient and you should see more updates soon or when close to being delivered.

Yes, contact us within 48 hours and we can cancel your order for you. When contacting please include your order details ie; name on the order, email and order number so we can find your order and sort that for you. After this time or if order has been processed or sent it can not be cancelled.

All images of items are shown in a colour space that represents them as realistically as possible, however due to varying device screens, colour setting, brightness etc the image you see on your screen may be affected by that giving a slightly different perception of colour.