About Liberty Flights AU
Liberty Flights have a long and successful place in the history of vape stores. First set-up way back in 2009, the company has outlasted many competitors and seismic changes in the vaping landscape. Liberty Flights are founding members of the influential Independent British Vape Trade Association (IBVTA), which has been at the forefront of introducing standards for vape stores and manufacturers that have been used throughout the world.
Liberty Flights manufacture their own line of e-liquids, called XO. The premium line of vape liquids uses pharmaceutical grade ingredients (propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin and nicotine) and is fully tested GCMS, as they are manufactured in the UK.
Along with their own brand of liquids, Liberty Flights also stock a range of guest e-liquid brands such as Element, Fantastic Voyage, Clown and others from the UK and Canada.
Liberty Flights AU Shipping Options
The quickest shipping option for Australian vapers ordering e-liquids and vape gear is to use the DHL service. Because most aussie vapers will be using Liberty Flights to order nicotine e-liquids, these will be shipped from the UK. The DHL service is 3-5 business days for larger Australian cities. They do state that more remote areas of the country could take 1-2 days extra. This service is fully track-able and a very reasonable $30 AUD.
The cheaper option is Standard Airmail which takes from 2-3 weeks. This option does not provide a tracking number, although it is substantial cheaper at $9.95 AUD.
What forms of payment does Liberty Flights offer?
Liberty Flights accept all major credit cards and Paypal.
What is Liberty Flights returns policy?
Customers can return unopened, unused goods within 14 days for a full refund or credit. Liberty Flights warranty applies for faulty products and not for unwanted goods.
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