• D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
  • D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)
D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)

D-Link Wireless N 300 Mbps Home Cloud App-Enabled Broadband Router (DIR-605L)

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  • N300 Technology - Performance and reliable coverage for everyday web activities; 14x speed of Wireless G routers
  • Simple Setup - Get your router up and running in minutes with the QRS Mobile App
  • Remote network monitoring with free Smartphone app
  • mydlink Service for Push Event, User Control, View Real-time Browsing History, and Remotely Connect and Disconnect Computer Devices from the Network
  • Total compatibilit - Works with any Wi-Fi certified device, giving you reliable performance
  • Wired Connectivity - Four Fast Ethernet ports for fast device connectivity
  • Total security - Complete set of security features including an SPI firewall and WPA2 to protect your network against intruders
  • Traffic Control and Time Scheduling, Wireless Frequency Range: 24 GHz to 24835 GHz
  • Standards - IEEE 80211n - up to 300 Mbps / IEEE 80211g / IEEE 8023 / IEEE 8023u

Customer Reviews

A really nice and really cheap router! I absolutely love this router. It's easy to set up, signal strength is good, and it has a cool security feature where you can ban all devices from connecting unless they have the right MAC address, for a little extra protection.Instead of replacing my old wireless DSL modem/router combo I plugged this into it and then disabled the wifi on the DSL modem. Now I have newer, more secure wifi hanging off the old modem.It's pretty small and doesn't get terribly hot either. Been working fine for a few weeks now with no issues relating to bandwidth or reliability. 5Compact, Fast, Inexpensive I've used routers from all of the major manufacturers, including D-Link, LinkSys, and NetGear, as well as some of the minor brands, like Belkin and TrendNet. I like the administrative interface D-Link provides: among other things, it lets one reserve a specific IP address from the DHCP server for a particular Ethernet address. This is handy for insuring that all of the servers on a network stay at a particular address without changing the network settings on the server itself.This is a compact router with good performance. Even with two large antennas, it sits unobtrusively in a corner of the desk. It's plenty fast enough, supporting 300N. And it's really inexpensive, especially as a used or refurbished item. :)The D-Link also includes some remote management features: you can register the router with D-Link and download a smart phone app. The app will then let you see what devices are connected to the network and notify you of intrusion attempts. That's somewhat important for small business use.A new router standard has been introduced offering WiFi speeds in the neighborhood of 1 Gbps. But if you're not ready to upgrade, or think 300 Mbps is fast enough, this router is a good choice. Four stars because it works well and doesn't cost all that much. 4Get good cables - works great -- Good customer Support! It may be a little premature to do this review -- especially considering the troubles I had (and 3 hours of frustration) but it does do what I wanted -- connects the few devices in my house (last device not turned on so I'll determine that tomorrow - it's got an alternate so I'm not worried about the wi-fi aspect) and they all seem to be happy.I had a very hard time getting it to work and it didn't help that the D-Link support site had no email or phone support, just a very bad "chat" that was an "auto-chat". That didn't help. After a call to my ISP, I got the phone number for their support and that took a further hour of work with a very very patient customer support person to finally determine that my problem all along was a bad cable that has worked for years between my modem and computer but did not like being connected to the router instead! I also got a firmware update to the router in the process but it didn't affect the results. My Techy (ID - AR004221) helped me so much with case C6516409.D-Link may be hard to find to call but once you get there, it was worth it. I was told it may be up to 25 minutes to wait but got connected maybe 10 seconds later (fast 25 minutes).I see no reason it should not continue to work fine. It's in the open with the antennas pointing up and everything in the house (not a big one) connects -- but no one out side because I DO have it protected! 5After much tweaking on the setting (disabling all filter setting ... After much tweaking on the setting (disabling all filter setting and auto bandwidth allocation) on this product, I get around 1/3 of maximum internet speed (maximum speed is achieved with CAT 5 cable before using this product). That speed from this wireless product looks reasonable to me. Every router will slow down the internet speed due to its inherited structure (mainly overhead). I have seen many users complaining about their internet speed dropping to 1Mbps. That happens to me when I first perform a quick setup. After much try-and-error, I manage to make the wireless connection speed to increase up to 20Mbps. If possible, I will add photos to help the others on how to tweak the settings. The settings are only for increasing the speed of the connection at the expense of lowering the security setting in this device. 5Worst purchase ever made When it comes to the cost of internet through cable TV, you are always stuck renting the equipment. It does come with a price. I purchase this and my own cable modem for my Xfinity internet, and I couldn't be happier. My bill is 29.99 for only 20 mbps, but that means when I increase, I'm not paying any extra for renting their modems. It is worth it for those on a limited budget like mine. Think I will purchase another for my mother in WA and save her some bucks too. Super happy...until it broke. the router does not hold up for the long haul. I'm not happy at all. I can't return it now so I'm stuck with a router that doesn't work. I should have paid more and gotten my tried but true Cisco router. 1Make sure to update the firmware! I was initially going to give it 2 stars because of issues related to the signal strength and doing a speed test. I was having issues with the connection to my iphone. When I was right next to the router I would get 25mbs speed. I live in a small 1 bedroom apartment so when I would go into my bedroom which is barely 20 to 30ft from the router my speed would drop down between .5 to 3mbps. I was ready to send the router back to Amazon but first I wanted to do some research and see if I could do something to solve my issues. After doing some searching online I realized I needed to update the firmware. I logged into the router and checked the firmware version. I was from early 2012 which was version 1.1 After checking for updates it downloaded version 1.14 and updated. The router now works without any signal strength issues and I am getting much faster speeds on my iphone. So make sure if you are having similar issues to update the firmware. 4reliable, solid router with wireless performance comparable to routers twice as expensive In my capacity as IT guy, general geek, and most importantly family tech support rep, I make lots of recommendations for tech purchasing. So when both my parents and myself needed new routers to replace aging 802.11g routers, I went to work researching. Long story short -- this router from Dlink, the 605L, is extremely reliable and has excellent range, which are the most important criteria for home users.Solid routers are notoriously difficult to find/recommend. You may have noticed that even the highest-rated routers on Amazon (such as the Cisco-Linksys e4200v2 and the Asus Dark Knight n66u) both have as many as 15-30% 1 and 2-star reviews! Why is there so much divergence in opinion? For one, networking equipment performance varies depending on location installed, and the experience of the installer. Choosing the right place to put the router, upgrading to the most stable firmware, and choosing the right channel/band/bandwidth are just as important as the device itself.In my personal research I narrowed the field down to 4 models: two expensive, feature-rich models (the above-mentioned linksys and asus), capable of hard-drive/printer sharing, gigabit switch ports, and three-stream dual-band operation for maximum bandwidth, and two inexpensive but reliable, stable, and easily configured models (this model, Dlink 605L, and the linksys-cisco e3200). If the advanced features I just mentioned don't interest you, the cheaper models are all you need -- and at less than forty dollars, the 605L (this router) is a clear winner. (What about dual-band 2.4/5Ghz vs single-band 2.4Ghz operation of this router? In most locations, even though there is more traffic on the 2.4ghz band, it usually has better range. Bandwidth on the 5ghz channel tends to be higher but only at close to medium range. For most, 2.4ghz works just fine and supports the most devices.)I settled on the 605L and bought it two weeks ago, setting it up in a relatively central location in a medium-sized single story house. In that time it has operated reliably with zero connection drops or required resets since I plugged it in 2 weeks ago, which is a remarkable feat in and of itself. Also, it has excellent range; I would estimate the wireless range is in the 65-75th percentile for home routers and is comparable to the range of most $60-80 routers. My parents' furthest device is about 40 feet away with 4 walls in between, and it gets about 50% signal which is enough for ~50Mbit of bandwidth (half of what you get when you plug in to the 100Mbit ports on back of the router, of which there are 4). Since most home internet connections are less than 25Mbit, this is more than sufficient for 99% of people who might consider this router. From the same location, I was able to do a file transfer between two computers (the other plugged into the router directly) at a rate of 1GB/2.5 min, which is reasonably fast (about 7-11MB/s).Most important for novices is the easy setup interface. After plugging the device into your modem and a computer for initial setup with ethernet cables, typing in 192.168.0.1 takes you right to the web-based setup interface (admin/). You start with the simple setup wizard -- allowing you to set up your basic ISP settings and your desired WiFi name/password -- and for most people this is all they will need to setup and the router's default settings will take care of the rest. For advanced users, the manual settings provide a lot of additional control, such as parental controls, access lists, firewall tweaking, 40mhz band option, QoS settings, etc. But both routers I purchased were connected to the internet and all devices (asus laptop, mac mini, smart tv, roku, ipad, printer) with the basic setup option within 5 minutes.The 'cloud' features allow you to view/block connected devices and reboot the router from a website (mydlink.com), as well as seeing your current internet bandwidth use (an instantaneous poll of your current use -- not cumulative use). Handy for family techs.For its reliability, range, and simplicity, this is an excellent choice. (Other options under a hundred dollars to consider might be the linksys-cisco e3200 and apple's 2012 model airport express.Feel free to ask questions in comments.Tech specs:CPU: Realtek RTL8196C 5 port 10/100 switch & 32 bit RISC CPU SoCSwitch: Realtek RTL8196CRAM: 32 MBFlash: 4 MBRadio: Realtek RTL8192CE 802.11b/g/n 2T2R WLAN SoC------------An update, 7-nov-2012:I have been running this router since purchase months ago without restarting once due to connection issue! This is a small miracle. I continue to highly recommend this router, esp now.Competitive update:Asus has announced a soon to be available router, model RT-N12HP (google search if curious) that has huge 9dBi amplified antennas specifically designed for implementations where maximum range is required. If you have a largish area to cover, this router might be a better choice, though the release date hasn't been announced yet.A response to a comment question:I did a stress test where I ran a Netflix video, Skype call, iPad online game, a large file download, and a 4GB local transfer from a wired to WiFi computer simultaneously; the local network was only marginally affected by the Internet traffic, and I was able to determine using a network monitoring tool that the Netflix stream was using half of our internet bandwidth, and the other devices split the rest. This is because the QoS will prioritize rich media and VoIP over things like downloads. This seems to me to be optimal behavior, where bandwidth is split rather than gobbled up by one device. 5Good product but poorly delivered. Great value and easy to setup. You don't need to have it connected to your modem to set it up through the internet like some reviews claim, if you know how to network the router directly to your laptop, with a direct Ethernet cable connection.The only thing I didn't like about the whole experience is that Amazon delivered the item in front of my garage door in my back alley as we have rear garage alley ways, and not a back porch as the driver said in his delivery report, so anyone could have taken the package, because driver did not drive around to the front to leave it on the porch as most of my deliveries from Amazon, must've had a different or new driver. 4Upgrade to something else. Lasted only 6 months. Purchase two more but "updated" software fails. Even when brand new they reject all user names and passwords including those pasted on the unit. Can no longer access 192.168.0.1 for setup or to change settings in both later models. You are not saving any money by purchasing this unit.And after a manual reset they still find the outdated and worthless user name and password....so either it stores data in a hidden file on the hard drive or somewhere on line.Today two improved versions go in the trash...I've wasted enough time trying to get them to work. 1Poor product along with poor warranty service Worthless router and worthless warranty. I have 60mbs service. When a cable is used I get near the 60mbs of service. When using wifi I only get 15 to 20 and some times 0. I missed my 30 day return as I was dealing with family issues. Called tech support with Dlink and was told that I should expect a 50 to 60 percent loss of speed with wifi. I don't believe the poor tech support person was given the tools to do their job. I won't purchase Dlink again. Be warned! 1
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Description
  • N300 Technology - Performance and reliable coverage for everyday web activities; 14x speed of Wireless G routers
  • Simple Setup - Get your router up and running in minutes with the QRS Mobile App
  • Remote network monitoring with free Smartphone app
  • mydlink Service for Push Event, User Control, View Real-time Browsing History, and Remotely Connect and Disconnect Computer Devices from the Network
  • Total compatibilit - Works with any Wi-Fi certified device, giving you reliable performance
  • Wired Connectivity - Four Fast Ethernet ports for fast device connectivity
  • Total security - Complete set of security features including an SPI firewall and WPA2 to protect your network against intruders
  • Traffic Control and Time Scheduling, Wireless Frequency Range: 24 GHz to 24835 GHz
  • Standards - IEEE 80211n - up to 300 Mbps / IEEE 80211g / IEEE 8023 / IEEE 8023u
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A really nice and really cheap router! I absolutely love this router. It's easy to set up, signal strength is good, and it has a cool security feature where you can ban all devices from connecting unless they have the right MAC address, for a little extra protection.Instead of replacing my old wireless DSL modem/router combo I plugged this into it and then disabled the wifi on the DSL modem. Now I have newer, more secure wifi hanging off the old modem.It's pretty small and doesn't get terribly hot either. Been working fine for a few weeks now with no issues relating to bandwidth or reliability. 5Compact, Fast, Inexpensive I've used routers from all of the major manufacturers, including D-Link, LinkSys, and NetGear, as well as some of the minor brands, like Belkin and TrendNet. I like the administrative interface D-Link provides: among other things, it lets one reserve a specific IP address from the DHCP server for a particular Ethernet address. This is handy for insuring that all of the servers on a network stay at a particular address without changing the network settings on the server itself.This is a compact router with good performance. Even with two large antennas, it sits unobtrusively in a corner of the desk. It's plenty fast enough, supporting 300N. And it's really inexpensive, especially as a used or refurbished item. :)The D-Link also includes some remote management features: you can register the router with D-Link and download a smart phone app. The app will then let you see what devices are connected to the network and notify you of intrusion attempts. That's somewhat important for small business use.A new router standard has been introduced offering WiFi speeds in the neighborhood of 1 Gbps. But if you're not ready to upgrade, or think 300 Mbps is fast enough, this router is a good choice. Four stars because it works well and doesn't cost all that much. 4Get good cables - works great -- Good customer Support! It may be a little premature to do this review -- especially considering the troubles I had (and 3 hours of frustration) but it does do what I wanted -- connects the few devices in my house (last device not turned on so I'll determine that tomorrow - it's got an alternate so I'm not worried about the wi-fi aspect) and they all seem to be happy.I had a very hard time getting it to work and it didn't help that the D-Link support site had no email or phone support, just a very bad "chat" that was an "auto-chat". That didn't help. After a call to my ISP, I got the phone number for their support and that took a further hour of work with a very very patient customer support person to finally determine that my problem all along was a bad cable that has worked for years between my modem and computer but did not like being connected to the router instead! I also got a firmware update to the router in the process but it didn't affect the results. My Techy (ID - AR004221) helped me so much with case C6516409.D-Link may be hard to find to call but once you get there, it was worth it. I was told it may be up to 25 minutes to wait but got connected maybe 10 seconds later (fast 25 minutes).I see no reason it should not continue to work fine. It's in the open with the antennas pointing up and everything in the house (not a big one) connects -- but no one out side because I DO have it protected! 5After much tweaking on the setting (disabling all filter setting ... After much tweaking on the setting (disabling all filter setting and auto bandwidth allocation) on this product, I get around 1/3 of maximum internet speed (maximum speed is achieved with CAT 5 cable before using this product). That speed from this wireless product looks reasonable to me. Every router will slow down the internet speed due to its inherited structure (mainly overhead). I have seen many users complaining about their internet speed dropping to 1Mbps. That happens to me when I first perform a quick setup. After much try-and-error, I manage to make the wireless connection speed to increase up to 20Mbps. If possible, I will add photos to help the others on how to tweak the settings. The settings are only for increasing the speed of the connection at the expense of lowering the security setting in this device. 5Worst purchase ever made When it comes to the cost of internet through cable TV, you are always stuck renting the equipment. It does come with a price. I purchase this and my own cable modem for my Xfinity internet, and I couldn't be happier. My bill is 29.99 for only 20 mbps, but that means when I increase, I'm not paying any extra for renting their modems. It is worth it for those on a limited budget like mine. Think I will purchase another for my mother in WA and save her some bucks too. Super happy...until it broke. the router does not hold up for the long haul. I'm not happy at all. I can't return it now so I'm stuck with a router that doesn't work. I should have paid more and gotten my tried but true Cisco router. 1Make sure to update the firmware! I was initially going to give it 2 stars because of issues related to the signal strength and doing a speed test. I was having issues with the connection to my iphone. When I was right next to the router I would get 25mbs speed. I live in a small 1 bedroom apartment so when I would go into my bedroom which is barely 20 to 30ft from the router my speed would drop down between .5 to 3mbps. I was ready to send the router back to Amazon but first I wanted to do some research and see if I could do something to solve my issues. After doing some searching online I realized I needed to update the firmware. I logged into the router and checked the firmware version. I was from early 2012 which was version 1.1 After checking for updates it downloaded version 1.14 and updated. The router now works without any signal strength issues and I am getting much faster speeds on my iphone. So make sure if you are having similar issues to update the firmware. 4reliable, solid router with wireless performance comparable to routers twice as expensive In my capacity as IT guy, general geek, and most importantly family tech support rep, I make lots of recommendations for tech purchasing. So when both my parents and myself needed new routers to replace aging 802.11g routers, I went to work researching. Long story short -- this router from Dlink, the 605L, is extremely reliable and has excellent range, which are the most important criteria for home users.Solid routers are notoriously difficult to find/recommend. You may have noticed that even the highest-rated routers on Amazon (such as the Cisco-Linksys e4200v2 and the Asus Dark Knight n66u) both have as many as 15-30% 1 and 2-star reviews! Why is there so much divergence in opinion? For one, networking equipment performance varies depending on location installed, and the experience of the installer. Choosing the right place to put the router, upgrading to the most stable firmware, and choosing the right channel/band/bandwidth are just as important as the device itself.In my personal research I narrowed the field down to 4 models: two expensive, feature-rich models (the above-mentioned linksys and asus), capable of hard-drive/printer sharing, gigabit switch ports, and three-stream dual-band operation for maximum bandwidth, and two inexpensive but reliable, stable, and easily configured models (this model, Dlink 605L, and the linksys-cisco e3200). If the advanced features I just mentioned don't interest you, the cheaper models are all you need -- and at less than forty dollars, the 605L (this router) is a clear winner. (What about dual-band 2.4/5Ghz vs single-band 2.4Ghz operation of this router? In most locations, even though there is more traffic on the 2.4ghz band, it usually has better range. Bandwidth on the 5ghz channel tends to be higher but only at close to medium range. For most, 2.4ghz works just fine and supports the most devices.)I settled on the 605L and bought it two weeks ago, setting it up in a relatively central location in a medium-sized single story house. In that time it has operated reliably with zero connection drops or required resets since I plugged it in 2 weeks ago, which is a remarkable feat in and of itself. Also, it has excellent range; I would estimate the wireless range is in the 65-75th percentile for home routers and is comparable to the range of most $60-80 routers. My parents' furthest device is about 40 feet away with 4 walls in between, and it gets about 50% signal which is enough for ~50Mbit of bandwidth (half of what you get when you plug in to the 100Mbit ports on back of the router, of which there are 4). Since most home internet connections are less than 25Mbit, this is more than sufficient for 99% of people who might consider this router. From the same location, I was able to do a file transfer between two computers (the other plugged into the router directly) at a rate of 1GB/2.5 min, which is reasonably fast (about 7-11MB/s).Most important for novices is the easy setup interface. After plugging the device into your modem and a computer for initial setup with ethernet cables, typing in 192.168.0.1 takes you right to the web-based setup interface (admin/). You start with the simple setup wizard -- allowing you to set up your basic ISP settings and your desired WiFi name/password -- and for most people this is all they will need to setup and the router's default settings will take care of the rest. For advanced users, the manual settings provide a lot of additional control, such as parental controls, access lists, firewall tweaking, 40mhz band option, QoS settings, etc. But both routers I purchased were connected to the internet and all devices (asus laptop, mac mini, smart tv, roku, ipad, printer) with the basic setup option within 5 minutes.The 'cloud' features allow you to view/block connected devices and reboot the router from a website (mydlink.com), as well as seeing your current internet bandwidth use (an instantaneous poll of your current use -- not cumulative use). Handy for family techs.For its reliability, range, and simplicity, this is an excellent choice. (Other options under a hundred dollars to consider might be the linksys-cisco e3200 and apple's 2012 model airport express.Feel free to ask questions in comments.Tech specs:CPU: Realtek RTL8196C 5 port 10/100 switch & 32 bit RISC CPU SoCSwitch: Realtek RTL8196CRAM: 32 MBFlash: 4 MBRadio: Realtek RTL8192CE 802.11b/g/n 2T2R WLAN SoC------------An update, 7-nov-2012:I have been running this router since purchase months ago without restarting once due to connection issue! This is a small miracle. I continue to highly recommend this router, esp now.Competitive update:Asus has announced a soon to be available router, model RT-N12HP (google search if curious) that has huge 9dBi amplified antennas specifically designed for implementations where maximum range is required. If you have a largish area to cover, this router might be a better choice, though the release date hasn't been announced yet.A response to a comment question:I did a stress test where I ran a Netflix video, Skype call, iPad online game, a large file download, and a 4GB local transfer from a wired to WiFi computer simultaneously; the local network was only marginally affected by the Internet traffic, and I was able to determine using a network monitoring tool that the Netflix stream was using half of our internet bandwidth, and the other devices split the rest. This is because the QoS will prioritize rich media and VoIP over things like downloads. This seems to me to be optimal behavior, where bandwidth is split rather than gobbled up by one device. 5Good product but poorly delivered. Great value and easy to setup. You don't need to have it connected to your modem to set it up through the internet like some reviews claim, if you know how to network the router directly to your laptop, with a direct Ethernet cable connection.The only thing I didn't like about the whole experience is that Amazon delivered the item in front of my garage door in my back alley as we have rear garage alley ways, and not a back porch as the driver said in his delivery report, so anyone could have taken the package, because driver did not drive around to the front to leave it on the porch as most of my deliveries from Amazon, must've had a different or new driver. 4Upgrade to something else. Lasted only 6 months. Purchase two more but "updated" software fails. Even when brand new they reject all user names and passwords including those pasted on the unit. Can no longer access 192.168.0.1 for setup or to change settings in both later models. You are not saving any money by purchasing this unit.And after a manual reset they still find the outdated and worthless user name and password....so either it stores data in a hidden file on the hard drive or somewhere on line.Today two improved versions go in the trash...I've wasted enough time trying to get them to work. 1Poor product along with poor warranty service Worthless router and worthless warranty. I have 60mbs service. When a cable is used I get near the 60mbs of service. When using wifi I only get 15 to 20 and some times 0. I missed my 30 day return as I was dealing with family issues. Called tech support with Dlink and was told that I should expect a 50 to 60 percent loss of speed with wifi. I don't believe the poor tech support person was given the tools to do their job. I won't purchase Dlink again. Be warned! 1
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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