USPS First Class Mail International

The US Postal Service's First Class Mail International is an affordable way to send small packages weighing four pounds or less to international destinations.
Using First Class Mail International, deliveries generally take between 7-14 days to arrive, although the USPS does not guarantee delivery dates or times.
Mail may travel to its destination by ground, air or a combination of both.
Once the package is sent, you will receive a tracking number, but packages sent via First Class Mail International can only be tracked until they leave the US.
Once a package goes outside the USA, you will not be able to track this kind of shipment, and we can not guarantee that you will receive your package.

First Class Mail International

Final delivery of packages sent via USPS First Class Mail International is handled by the postal service of the recipient's country. On rare occasions, a package may be delayed by customs procedures. If you choose this shipping method - we cannot guarantee a delivery date, and we are not responsible if a shipment gets lost if sent via First class international. Choosing the "First Class Mail International" option is least expensive and the least reliable shipping service. Please understand that after a package leaves the USA we have no control as to where it is, and we cannot track it. If your country has a notoriously bad post office, please do not choose First class mail international.

Out of thousands packages sent to Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Finland, a very few were delayed, and not a single package was ever lost.
To Czech rep, Slovakia, Germany, Denmark, Austria, Poland - we have problems ones in a while. Chances of a lost package 1 : 100.
Italy, Japan, Portugal, South Korea, all South America and Mexico - First class mail international is not a good service to choose. Most likely your order will be lost.
Other countries of the world not mentioned above - please get your order shipped either via Priority mail international, or better Express mail international.