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i-digit trading & logistics s.r.o.

IČO: 03532054

DIČ: CZ03532054

Příčná 129/3

779 00 Olomouc

1. General provisions

By accepting the order, the Buyer accepts the Business Terms and Conditions for deliveries of goods proclaimed by the seller. Buyer and seller relationships are governed by these terms and conditions, which are binding on both parties unless otherwise expressly provided in the contract. The terms and conditions further define and specify the rights and obligations of the vendor (i-digit trading & logistics, s.r.o.) and its customers (buyers) and in their current wording form the contents of the purchase contract (delivery of goods) is an integral part of it.

If a permanent purchase agreement is not agreed between the parties in writing, the seller delivers the goods on the basis of an electronic order and a customer's specification (orders received via e-mail) on the form available at the time of the customer's first registration in the online store.

 2. Subject of the contract

The subject of the contract is only the items explicitly stated in the purchase contract - the order (hereinafter referred to as "the goods"). Weights, dimensions, prices and other data contained on i-digit trading & logistics, s.r.o. catalogs, catalogs, prospectuses and other documents are non-binding unless they were expressly stated in the contract as binding. Si-digit trading & logistics, s.r.o. (hereinafter referred to as the seller) undertakes to supply to its customers:
- flawless goods in accordance with the specifications or characteristics typical of the type of goods in question
- complying with the standards, regulations and regulations in force in the Czech Republic
- equipped with Czech operating instructions, warranty sheets and post-warranty repaired lists, if it is customary for the type of goods

 3. Place of performance

The place of performance is the seller's warehouse. When purchasing goods in person, the buyer is obliged to present a proof of complete payment of the goods in the dispatch warehouse. When the goods are taken by a person other than the buyer, the subscriber must prove himself / herself with the buyer's authorization, issued in the name and valid identity card of the authorized person.

 4. Order of goods, conclusion of the contract

The condition of the validity of the electronic order is to fill in all the prescribed data and details. The order is a draft Purchase Agreement. No formal confirmation of the order by the seller is required for the conclusion of the purchase contract, the contract then arises from the delivery of the goods. In particular, the seller may reserve the creation of a contract by an order confirmation in a particularly costly case.

The seller is always entitled to ask the buyer to authorize the order in an appropriate way, ideally in electronic form, depending on the nature of the transaction (quantity of goods, price, shipping costs, distance etc.). If the seller refuses to authorize the order in the required manner, the order is considered invalid.

If a long-term framework written purchase agreement is concluded between the participants, the electronic order closes the contract more precisely and specifies and forms an integral part of it.

Persistent customers with whom a written purchase contract is concluded will benefit from the benefits agreed upon when signing the contract, respectively. unilaterally offered by the seller after the conclusion of the contract on its website.

Buyer at the time of taking over the goods in accordance with Section 53 (7) of the Civil Code. z right to withdraw from the purchase contract. It may do so without giving any reason, but no later than within 14 days of receipt of the goods. The buyer should return the goods undamaged, clean, with the original documentation and, if possible, in the original undamaged packaging, in the condition and value of the goods in which it was taken over. The cost of transporting the goods back to the seller is paid by the buyer. In the event that the goods are returned incomplete or damaged, the Seller may reduce the purchase price by the corresponding amount (in accordance with § 458 (1) of the Civil Code).

5. Price and payment

The bid prices listed on the i-digit trading & logistics website, s.r.o. are valid at the time of ordering. Prices listed in the printed price list are valid until the new price list is published. The seller reserves the right to print errors and price changes, in the case of exchange rate fluctuations, a significant increase in inflation, or a significant change in supplier's conditions with manufacturers and other suppliers of goods. The purchase price will be deemed to have been paid only by crediting the entire purchase price for a separate part of the delivery to the current account of the seller or by cash payment at the vendor's cash desk. In the event of non-compliance with any payment period, the buyer is liable to pay the seller late payment fees from the value of the unpaid amount in the amount of 0.1% for each day of delay. Seller reserves ownership of the goods until the purchase price is fully paid.

The invoice issued on the basis of a sales contract between the seller and the buyer is also a tax document. Acceptance of the goods by the purchaser is basically possible only after its full payment, unless agreed otherwise.

The cost of the goods is credited.

VAT Act Title III Section 9 (1) (a)

Taxable transactions shall be deemed to have been made on the sale of the goods under the contract of sale on the date of delivery, in other cases on the date of acceptance or payment of the goods, by the day which occurs earlier, unless otherwise provided in this Act.

"Date of delivery" in accordance with the Commercial Code: Title II, Section 2, Section 412, paragraph 1

If the seller is not obliged to deliver the goods in a specific place under the contract, delivery of the goods shall be handed over to the first carrier for carriage for the buyer if the contract provides for the dispatch of the goods by the seller.

 6. Delivery time

The delivery period starts running from the date of receipt of the binding order, subject to receipt of all the documents necessary for the timely delivery of the order. In the case of goods in stock, the seller undertakes to deliver or deliver it to the carrier within 5 working days. The delivery period will be extended proportionately to the circumstances if the delay is caused by force majeure or circumstances not caused by the seller.

Most goods are mostly in stock. Some manufacturers, however, fail to report timely production outage or delivery delays. In the case of an important order, the buyer will ask the seller for a written confirmation of the order. If the ordered goods are not in stock or can not be delivered to the carrier within 5 days, the seller will notify the expected delivery date or offer another comparable product. In that case, however, it will require the buyer's approval. The delivery time is deemed to have been completed in time if the goods are ready at the place of delivery for delivery at the latest on the last day of the agreed or postponed delivery time. If the seller is not able to send the goods to the customer within 30 calendar days (hand over to the first carrier), he is obliged to return all funds paid by the customer to the current order - a purchase contract on his account without undue delay.

7. Transport conditions, postage

All prices, delivery times and transport alternatives can be found in the section DELIVERY AND STORAGE.

  The delivery date is stated on the working days after delivery of the shipment to the carrier. The buyer is obliged to take the goods from the carrier properly, to check the integrity of the packages, the number of packages and, in the event of any defects, to immediately notify the carrier. The delivery note is included in the delivered parcel. The invoice and tax document are then sent electronically to the email box specified by the customer in your order profile.

 8. Warranty, service

The warranty period begins to run from the date of delivery of the goods to the buyer or end-user at the time of sale. The seller provides a guarantee for the quality and completeness of the delivery. Goods are shipped with a warranty of at least 24 months. If the Buyer discovers faulty goods upon receipt of the goods, they must always communicate this fact in writing and in a recommendation, without undue delay, but no later than within 3 days of receipt of the goods.

The claim sheet must include the date of delivery of the goods, the name of the product, the quantity complained of, the description of the defect and the claim for the settlement of the claim. The seller is obliged to make a statement on the complaint within 10 days of the date of receipt.

In the case of a recognized complaint, the payment received for the order is returned to the account from which it was made.

 9. Final Provisions

These Terms and Conditions apply in the wording given on Seller's website on the day of the electronic order submission, unless otherwise agreed between the parties. In the case of a permanent contractual relationship (if a framework purchase contract is concluded in writing), the buyer has the right to withdraw from the contract if there is a substantial change in the conditions after signing the contract. If the order is dispatched after the day the conditions change, it agrees with the change. Withdrawal is effective at the moment of delivery to the seller, but does not apply to the shipment already handed over to the carrier. By sending the electronic order, the buyer accepts all the terms and conditions of the Business Terms and Conditions, as applicable on the date of dispatch of the order, as well as on the day of sending the order, a valid amount of the ordered goods (including shipping and transport costs) listed in the price list on the website. in a concrete case, it is demonstrably otherwise agreed. The Purchaser is bound irrevocably by the Purchase Order (Purchase Agreement) for the period specified for the delivery of the Goods. Participants expressly agree, within the meaning of Section 262 (1) of the Commercial Act, that unless the conditions are expressly provided otherwise, their rights and obligations are governed by the Commercial Code, in particular the provisions of Section 409 et seq.

Valid from 1.11.2016



We keep the offered products physically in stock. We can thus respond very flexibly to your requirements.



We firmly support the quality of our products. We guarantee a refund in case of your dissatisfaction.



If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.




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