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Twin Pack, Clip & Koolpak
21% Discount from the RRP compared to when the cushions are purchased individually
The best value pack we offer. Extra accessories with our great value Twin Pack. A caribener clip to make sure you don’t lose your travel cushion when you are out and about and a hot-cold pack to help ease your aches and pains.
|Dimensions||52 × 32 × 14 cm|
Yes, I am eligible for VAT exemption
Eligible for VAT relief?
Declaration for VAT Relief
You will not have to pay VAT if you can declare that you are chronically sick or disabled. Chronically sick means you have an illness that is likely to last a long time and has a long-term and substantial adverse effect on your ability to carry out everyday activities. Disabled means substantially and permanently handicapped by illness or injury. You do not have to be registered disabled to claim relief from VAT, but the nature of your illness or disablement must be specified.
Please note that we cannot accept VAT exempt orders by telephone.
If you are in any doubt as to whether you are eligible to receive goods or services zero-rated for VAT you should consult notice 701/7 VAT reliefs for disabled people or contact the National Advice Service on 0845 010 9000 before confirming the declaration by ordering and specifying your medical condition.
I declare that I am chronically sick or have a disabling condition and that the order I have placed for the medical device I am receiving from sciatic-relief.com is for domestic or my personal use OR the device is being purchased on behalf of an individual who is chronically sick or disabled and the device will be delivered to the individuals address. I therefore claim that the supply of these goods is eligible for relief from VAT under the VAT act 1994.
By placing your order online and stating your medical condition you are confirming that you are eligible for VAT relief on the item ordered.
NOTE: There are penalties for making a false declaration