RMA Created

Thank you for submitting your Return Merchandise Authorization/Repair Order. Your service ticket has been emailed to you. You can use this number to check your status by visiting: https://idrinkcoffee.com/pages/rma-lookup and you will also be sent regular email updates if the status of your RMA changes.

If you are sending in your RMA clearly mark the RMA code on the outside of the shipping box.

If you are shipping your product in please follow these guidelines.

Draining your boiler

If you are shipping a coffee or espresso machine it is important that it is transported without any water inside the boiler. If you need help draining your boiler please contact us.

Also please note that we will not require any accessories with the machines, so please leave items like portafilters, drip trays, cup rails, milk frothers, etc at home. We just need the machine itself.

Shipping Requirements

If you have your original shipping material from the product then it is best to reuse this. All packages sent from iDrinkCoffee.com adhere to industry shipping standards. If you do not have the original packaging please make sure that you package the product securely. UPS/Fedex/Canada Post requires that the product is immobilized inside the box (meaning that it cannot move around) with at least 2 inches of cushion all around the product. Also please make sure that you use an appropriate box for the shipping weight. For example if your product weighs 50 lbs you will have to use a 275 lbs test box if it is single walled or a 200 lbs test box if it is double walled. All approved shipping boxes will have the minimum burst test stamped on the bottom. If you have any questions about packaging please contact us.  It is very important that these guidelines are adhered to because in the event of damage to your product an insurance claim will be denied if improper packaging is used.  iDrinkCoffee.com is not responsible for shipping damage.


Here are the shipping guidelines:

Guidelines for Good Packaging

You can help to ensure that your package arrives safely and on time with these packaging guidelines and procedures developed from UPS research.

  • Use a rigid box with flaps intact
  • Remove any labels, hazardous materials indicators, and other previous shipment markings on the box that are no longer applicable
  • Wrap all items separately
  • Use adequate cushioning material
  • Use strong tape designed for shipping
  • Do not use string or paper over-wrap
  • Use a single address label that has clear, complete delivery and return information
  • Place a duplicate address label inside the package
Single Wall Box Strength Guidelines
Single Wall Corrugated Fibreboard
Maximum Weight of Box and Contents (lbs/kg) Size Limit of Box Length, Width, and Depth Added (inches/cm) * Minimum Bursting Test (lbs per sq. inch/kg per sq. cm) Minimum Edge Crush Test (ECT) (lbs per inch/kg per cm width)
30/13.6 75/190.5 200/14.1 32/5.7
40/18.1 75/190.5 200/14.1 40/7.1
50/22.7 85/215.9 250/17.6 44/7.9
65/29.5 95/241.3 275/19.3 55/9.8
80/36.3 105/266.7 350/24.6 N/A

Double Wall Box Strength Guidelines
Double Wall Corrugated Fibreboard
Maximum Weight of Box and Contents (lbs/kg) Size Limit of Box Length, Width, and Depth Added (inches/cm) * Minimum Bursting Test (lbs per sq. inch/kg per sq. cm) Minimum Edge Crush Test (ECT) (lbs per inch/kg per cm width)
60/27.2 85/215.9 200/14.1 48/8.6
80/36.3 95/241.3 275/17.6 51/9
100/45.4 105/266.7 350/24.6 61/10.9
120/54.4 110/279.4 400/28.1 71/12.7
140/63.5 115/292.1 500/35.2 82/14.6
150/68 120/304.8 600/42.2 N/A

Here are the UPS Box Guidelines

*** these charts can be found at

http://www.ups.com/content/ca/en/resources/ship/packaging/guidelines/how_to.html