Prices change after login

We know the changing prices can be pretty confusing. Stable prices are also important for a trustful relationship.
However, the EU has implemented a law, which became effective in July 2021. This regulation is called OSS (One Stop Shop) and forces us to charge directly the VAT of your country.
Hereby is a quote from

"Formerly, EU businesses that are selling goods within the EU above a certain threshold (EUR 35 000 or 100 000, depending on the Member State) to buyers located in another EU Member State had to register and pay VAT in the buyers’ Member State.
Since 1 July 2021, this rule is abolished and replaced with a new EU-wide threshold of EUR 10 000. Below this new threshold, you can continue to apply the domestic rules for VAT (including the SME exemption scheme) on your cross-border sales. If your sales are above this threshold, you are liable for VAT in the Member State where your buyers are located. Above this threshold, businesses can easily register in a new OSS – where they can easily declare and pay the VAT."

We are liable for the VAT in the EU member state and have to charge your local VAT rate.

If your account is registered to a country outside of the EU, the prices will show up without VAT once you are logged in. Customs duty might be charged with the delivery of the parcel. 

Thank you for your understanding!