Terms & Conditions


Shipping Terms and Conditions

 All orders placed before 3:00PM EST Monday through Saturday will be shipped out the same day. "Next-Day" and other expedited forms of shipping are calculated from the point in time that a Multirotorjunkies Mail Carrier receives an order from our warehouse after processing. In rare cases and depending on your ship to address, it can take much longer than indicated for a package to reach you and independent of the mail service you chose during check-out. The delivery time frames provided are averages for most mail pieces. Multirotorjunkies is not responsible if a Mail Carrier or your local country's postal service delays the arrival of your package due to custom holds or other issues. Multirotorjunkies does not provide refunds in case your package is delayed.  You accept USPS as a reliable mail carrier and Multirotorjunkies's carriers of choice.  Multirotorjunkies cannot be held liable for any mistakes made by a Mail Carrier or your local country's postal service.  If the tracking information for your package shows receipt by any of Multirotorjunkies's mail carriers, Multirotorjunkies is not responsible if your package never arrives at your location. No refunds will be provided if your package is lost in the mail system either in the USA or in your destination country. Almost all packages sent by Multirotorjunkies reach their recipient. Please contact the Mail Carrier directly if there is a shipping issue or claim such as damaged or lost packages.  When Multirotorjunkies sends your order with any Mail Carrier, the delivery is not 'insured'.  None of the mail services offered by Multirotorjunkies require a signature on delivery of your package.  For orders shipped outside the USA, you are solely responsible for any and all import duties your local customs office may impose on your order. If a package is returned to Multirotorjunkies due to the Mail Carrier's inability to collect customs duties or deliver the package to your provided ship-to address, Multirotorjunkies will not refund a) shipping costs from Multirotorjunkies to your location and b) the cost of returning the package back to Multirotorjunkies, when and if the package is returned to Multirotorjunkies. In the event that a package cannot be delivered due to the issues listed in this paragraph and the overall value of your order is less than the cost of returning the package back to Multirotorjunkies, Multirotorjunkies may elect to 'abandon' the package. If your package is abandoned, you will not receive a refund.

 

No Warranty/Liability

Multirotorjunkies provides no warranty of any kind for any of the equipment it sells or otherwise distributes. You assume all risks for any products purchased or received from Multirotorjunkies. Multirotorjunkies or its employees are not liable for any instance of injury to you or others, or damage or destruction of property.  Additionally, Multirotorjunkies is not liable for any damages consequential or inconsequential resulting from the use or application of any Multirotorjunkies provided products.  We sell our equipment expressly without warranty or performance for any use or situation.  It is up to the user to ensure that the products safely meet the user’s intended purpose.

 

Faulty Items

If an item you received from Multirotorjunkies is deemed to be inoperable or faulty (“Faulty Item”)  due to a manufacturing defect, Multirotorjunkies may replace or repair that item at its sole discretion, if it is deemed by Multirotorjunkies that the fault is indeed due to a manufacturing defect and not user misuse including construction error. Multirotorjunkies will not replace or refund any soldered components. Multirotorjunkies will not be liable for equipment that might have been lost and/or damaged as a result of the Faulty Item. As an example, if a video transmitter you received from Multirotorjunkies is faulty and becomes inoperable during flight causing you to lose your airframe, Multirotorjunkies may replace the faulty video transmitter, but not any other equipment such as the airframe that might have been lost and/or damaged due to the faulty video transmitter.

 

Incorrectly Published Product Details

While every attempt is made to have accurate information on our website, Multirotorjunkies is not liable for any issues that may result from incorrect product details published on the Multirotorjunkies web site. Please note that specifications and prices may change without notice. For confirmation of specifications, pricing or availability; please contact Multirotorjunkies customer service directly.

 

Backordered items

If your order contains items that are 'backordered', your entire order will be held until the backordered item(s) come(s) into stock. All orders ship complete. Partial shipments are only available under certain conditions and in the sole discretion of Multirotorjunkies. Items of your order that are not on backorder will be held in reserve for you so that no previously purchased item runs out of stock while we wait on the backordered item(s).

Government Requirements

The use and operation of FPV radio equipment in the USA and many other countries may require a license and some countries may forbid its use entirely. In the USA, you will need a "HAM" amateur radio license. It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of products you purchase from Multirotorjunkies meet the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices. Do not purchase products from Multirotorjunkies if you are unsure of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them. Multirotorjunkies cannot be held responsible for your actions under any circumstance, including but not limited to if you use products purchased from Multirotorjunkies in violation of your government's regulations. We sell our products with no claims for suitability or legality of operation whatsoever.

 

Common Sense

Spinning propellers can cause severe injury. Never work on your models with mounted propellers. Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries can be unstable if not used or charged correctly and this can include combustion or spontaneously catching fire.  Always working with powered electronic systems safely de-energized to prevent electrical shock.