Shipping & Returns

"SeaSpecs are the best sunglasses I've had", Bill Gibbs and The Afterburner
Winner of the Newport to Ensenada Race

SHIPPING

How much is shipping for website orders?
Shipping within the United States is $5.95

Shipping Internationally (outside the United States) is USD 9.95

How do you ship SeaSpecs?
Within the United States and Puerto Rico, we ship SeaSpecs via Federal Express Ground or the United States Postal Service and it takes from one (Southeast Coast) to five (West Coast, Hawaii and Puerto Rico) business days for you to receive your SeaSpecs.

International shipments (outside the United States) are also shipped via Federal Express or the United States Postal Service and it takes approximately five to ten business days for you to receive your SeaSpecs.

How soon do you ship my order after it is placed?
Almost all orders are shipped within one to two business days, if not sooner.

Do you have RUSH shipping?
Yes, we're here for you Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5pm EST.

Get RUSH shipping, including FedEx and US Express Mail!

Just give us your complete shipping address and telephone number. Tell us how many SeaSpecs you want and when you want them.

We'll get back to you IMMEDIATELY with a RUSH shipping quote.

Call us: 305.899.9198

Email us: Sales@SeaSpecs.com

RETURNS

Satisfaction guaranteed:
Your satisfaction with our product is guaranteed. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, just return it within 10 days of receipt of shipment.

Any item returned must be in its original condition and in its original packaging. A full refund will be applied to your original purchase credit card for the price of the item(s) returned that meet these conditions.

Prior to returning any merchandise, please send us an e-mail requesting a return authorization number. Any merchandise returned without a return authorization number will not be eligible for a refund.

Regarding the purchase of prescription SeaSpecs: Due to the unique nature of prescription lenses, all sales are final and depending on the thickness of one's prescription lenses, it is possible that they may not float in the ocean.