About HubNut Store
This is a very simple store run on the freewebstore platform, in order for Ian Seabrook, or Mr HubNut, to tempt you into buying trinkets and tokens of affection, while supporting the work he does. Every purchase helps make another ridiculous video happen.
Ian Seabrook is UK resident, and a tax payer. Please allow five to ten days for your item to be delivered in the UK, and best add a bit longer for international deliveries. 
If you have any problems, email ian@hubnut.org or find me on social media - Ian Seabrook on Facebook or @HubNutVids on Twitter.
Ian Seabrook is a freelance writer/editor and videographer who mostly obsesses about utterly ordinary motor cars.

Common Queries

How much is postage?
It naturally varies depending on the item - from £1 for UK delivery of one sticker up to about £11 maximum for a large international order. 

Which countries do you deliver to?
Most of them. Sadly, we are finding it impossible to send items to Germany at the moment. We are looking into this.

Is Brexit having an effect?
Yes, we think it now is. EU customers may find that they have to pay duty and VAT to receive their items. There was previously an excemption for orders under 22 Euros but this has now ended.

I don't have PayPal. Can I still buy items?
Yes! While PayPal handles our transactions, you can pay by card and do not need a PayPal account.

How long does it take to send items?
We try to process all orders within two working days.

Who handles the sending out of your items?
Ian currently handles the merchandise. We get stuff made by companies we like and trust, that enables us to keep the prices low.

Who makes your products?
We use a variety of manufacturers. We try to use smaller firms, where our orders can make a big difference. External stickers are made by Paddle Art Graphics (http://www.paddleart.t83.net/), internal sticker are made by Stickers International (www.stickersinternational.co.uk) while Blackwater Studios produces our T-shirts and Beanie Hats (https://blackwaterstudios.co.uk). Mugs are produced by Central Design Ceramics (www.mugs-uk.com). Not using YouTube affiliated companies means we have greater flexility and we can keep the prices down!