Tool Ordering


Tools can be ordered by:

Internet Click Here to use the Secure Server Tool Order Form that goes through a secure server and will be encrypted when you return it. So, it is safe to give credit card information.

Email If you want, you can email your order to me at jon@jztools.com. You can break your card number up into two emails for safety.

Phone with a credit card. Call me at (503) 232-1565 between 10 AM and 8 PM Pacific Standard Time, daily. It's a landline, so, please leave a message if I don't answer, and I will return your call.

Mail with a check, money order or with credit card number and expiration date. (Address at bottom) Fill out the Tool Order Form and send it to me. Since these are unique offerings, a timely e-mail message or phone call will reserve the tool until payment, I can tell you the postage, and I'll put it on Hold for you.

PayPal You can use either of my email account addresses. Since these are unique offerings, a timely e-mail message will reserve the tool until payment. I can tell you the postage, and I'll put it on Hold for you, and send you a PayPal invoice.


Guarantee The tools I offer are guaranteed to your satisfaction. I can't make a final decision when buying, until I see the tool, and I don't think you can either. They may be returned within 7 days of purchase (letting me know - shipping could take longer), and if in same condition as purchased. Please e-mail or call me before returning a tool, just so I can look for it.


POSTAGE: I do my postage labels online with the Post Office for priority mail. Otherwise, I would now have to go stand in line with the package, which can take up to 45 minutes at my main post office.
Priority mail also arrives several days earlier than parcel post. The label itself costs me about 30 cents. The online label has free tracking, which otherwise costs an additional 70 cents, and is a good feature; and free $50 insurance. That helps because I hesitate to add extra insurance costs to smaller items, but if they got lost, I'm the one that has to make it right.
The post office has charts for prices which I download. I will bill you for that amount. I don't have a handling charge. When I do the label online there is a discount from the stated ( I have downloaded them) price, and I give the discount price to you. All the weights and distances are different on the chart (there is about 100 prices by zone and weight up to 10 pounds). I am charging you the listed post office price - Sometimes the list price is different from the price they actually want. I will not be able to learn the exact cost until I make the label. If there is a big difference, I'll put a few bucks in the package.
If it's under 6 lbs or so, or if is small enough to fit into a flat rate box, I'll ship Priority Mail ...
I send heavier packages and very high-value packages through UPS, their rates are the best.
I've found that our US Post Office has the best rates for International postage. I am now only doing International Priority Mail. You can check out US International Postal Rates to get an idea of what the cost will be.


Contact: Jon Zimmers, 206 NE 24th Ave, Portland, OR. 97232. USA Telephone: 503-232-1565

jon@jztools.com

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