Full package of 10 x D-Ring Hytera...
All earpieces come with a 6 month warranty against general ware and tare, the Cost of Returning of Faulty items will be covered by the customer.
Cancellation terms: The customer has the right to cancel their earpiece order at any point, within 7 days of delivery, returning the ordered items (if applicable). A refund will then be issued. We only accept return of items if they are faulty, wrongly ordered items or connectors are not subject to our returns policy.
We Reserve the right to cancel any order at any time
We only deliver and sell to UK customers.
We aim to get all orders out within 1 working day, but occasionally this will take longer, delivery time is an estimate.
We're aware that sometimes your items may go missing via Royal Mail, which we have no control over. Royal Mail wait 15 working days to declare a package lost, we will send you a replacement if you haven't received it after 15 WORKING DAYS for the UK or 40 WORKING DAYS for the rest of the world to make sure you go through minimum inconvenience. (Subject to completion of our online lost parcel form)
Contact us: Sales@earpieceonline.co.uk
Registered Address: 19 Meon Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 7AL
Earpieceonline Ltd, Company No. 6199623, VAT no. 923652328
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances and regulates the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic equipment. The RoHS standard is fully implemented in Europe, with lesser restrictions applying in the US.
In particular, while RoHS mostly originated out of concern about the use of Lead in manufacturing, it addresses and restricts the use of not just Lead, but also Cadmium, Mercury, Hexavelent Chromium (a carcinogen), and Polybrominated biphenyls (flame retardants that may cause a variety of health issues) and Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (another flame retardant that may cause a variety of health issues).
The primary difficulty in meeting RoHS standards is that RoHS mandates that each component of a device fulfills the entire RoHS directive. In other words, if a single small subsystem is not in compliance, the entire device will not be considered in compliance. This can mean expensive redesign of almost an entire existing device.