Stowa owners in Mexico

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    Stowa owners in Mexico

    Hello everyone.

    I'm saving in order to buy a Stowa watch. I live in Mexico and after reading the post regarding the problems with Fedex and customs in Canada, I was wondering if someone here lives in Mexico and has ordered one of these fine watches before, just to know their experience with fedex and mexican customs.

    And could you please tell me the shipping cost to Mexico? I couldn't find it in the Stowa web page.

    Thanks a lot and best regards

    Fernando AKA Gothian

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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    The shipping is 39 euros.
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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    Hola Fernando!

    Bienvenido a Watchuseek! Te felicito por tu decisión de comprar un reloj de marca Stowa. Son de excelente calidad y el precio es muy competitivo.

    Saludos

    Pierre

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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    Thanks for the info.... any ideas about the customs cost? if any

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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    Depends on Mexican customs. Today I received my custom charges from fedex and it was, to my surprise, only $11 (I am in the USA BTW).
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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    Great !!..... it all make sense.

    When I received my Seiko I didn't have to pay anything. It came by regular mail though, in any case, those are good news.

    Thanks a gain

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    Re: Stowa owners in Mexico

    Quote Originally Posted by Gothian View Post
    Great !!..... it all make sense.

    When I received my Seiko I didn't have to pay anything. It came by regular mail though, in any case, those are good news.

    Thanks a gain
    Don't get your hopes up to much. I was talking to a fellow WUS member from California and he paid around $40 for his Stowa, I wonder why I only paid $11? Oh well I am happy. Did you see that thread of the Canadian customs? They were getting charged over $100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apnk View Post
    Don't get your hopes up to much. I was talking to a fellow WUS member from California and he paid around $40 for his Stowa, I wonder why I only paid $11? Oh well I am happy. Did you see that thread of the Canadian customs? They were getting charged over $100.
    $142.00 CDN, to be precise
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