Offline Ordering

Visa MasterCard Interac eTransfer

Offline ordering is available for Canadian, US and international orders. Payment can be by:

  • Credit Card (most countries)
  • Bank Transfer (world-wide)
  • eTransfer (Canada only)
  • Cheque (Canada only)

There is no need to register on our site before ordering offline. Simply browse the catalog and select your desired items. You may get a shipping estimate by clicking on the Shopping Cart, then the ship rate link, and then enter your location details. Then contact London Power and we will process your order after verifying the ship charge.

You may also make your entire order by phone during our business hours, or ask any questions via phone or email before or after ordering:
11am - 6pm Monday to Friday, Eastern Standard Time, excluding holidays

Customs duties or import taxes on international shipments are the responsibility of the customer.

Credit Card
We accept major credit cards from most countries. The preferred cards are Visa and Mastercard, and we also accept Discover and Amex (American Express). The credit card company will make the currency exchange as required, and you will see the original CND$ amount along with your local currency amount.

Bank Transfer
Bank Transfer is available world-wide and there are some locations where this is the only option.  Bank Transfer is also the only method accepted for Amp & Gear orders. There is a $14 fee levied by the bank for each transfer and this must be covered by your money transfer.

To determine the cost of your order, browse the site and collect items in the shopping cart, then click on the cart and then on the ship rate link. Enter some details about your locale and see what shipping options are available to your area. Add the shipping option selected to the product total, then add the $14 fee. This total is what must appear in our account before your order will be released. Your bank will do any currency conversion required and charge you what is needed for the prescribed end total to appear.

Your bank will need bnking information from London Power to process the wire transfer:
** contact London Power for this info**

The funds transfer can take up to three business days, depending on where you are located.

Interac eTransfer About Interac e-Transfer - for Canadians
Canadian customers have the additional option of paying using Interac e-Transfer, a simple and secure service available through your online banking.
1. Browse our catalogue and contact us to confirm your order total and arrange a "security question".
2. Access your online banking at any major Canadian institution and click on "Transfers." Interac e-Transfer will be one of your options.
3. The first time you use e-Transfer, your online banking service will ask you to select a password, just for use with e-Transfer.
4. Enter your order total, our name (London Power) and our email address ( You will also be asked to enter the "security question."
4. Click to send the e-Transfer. We will receive it within an hour.
5. Your bank will send you an email indicating the transaction is complete.

Depending on the services included in your online banking, e-Transfer may be free or there may be a fee of up to $2 per transfer. Amounts that can be transferred may depend on your Interac daily limit.

Canadians can order by mail using cheques from chartered banks or trust companies. Prior to mailing your cheque, determine the order total either by contacting London Power by phone, or by going online, add items to the shopping cart, click on the cart, click on the ship rate link, enter details of your locale and select a shipping option. The quick online method does not show taxes, which must be added as appropriate for your province or territory.

Other Payment Methods
We DO NOT accept payments by money-order, Paypal or Western Union. Paypal is not a regulated financial institution and is not reliable or ethical. Western Union has recently altered its transfer policies and fees to the point of discouraging business.

About London Power

London Power was founded in 1990 by Kevin O'Connor, after two decades of research into innovative audio amplification techniques. Kevin is an audio designer, author and speaker, known for his proprietary methodology called Power Scaling, and for his eleven books on audio subjects. Whether you seek amps, kits or information, you'll find useful answers here on not just the "how" but the "why" of audio amplifier design. Please enjoy the information on this site, and don't hesitate to contact us with questions.

Contact Us

(807) 473-0952
11 am - 6 pm, M-F
PO Box 10012, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6T6 CANADA