Terms of Use

Terms of Use

Terms of Use
By using this website you agree to the following terms of use.

Pricing Errors:
Due to unforeseen technical problems or changes in supply, occasionally the wrong price may be displayed on the website. If we cannot honour the advertised price, we reserve the right to withdraw the item from sale until it can be corrected.

Please contact us with any questions on pricing.

Stock Level Errors:
We try our best to have accurate stock levels on all our products on the website, but sometimes discrepancies occur. If you order an item that isn’t in stock, we will contact you as soon as possible to discuss either a substitution, refund, or an updated timeframe on delivery.

Typographical Errors:
Occasionally mistakes may occur on the website due to human error or information received in good faith.
We reserve the right to change or update any incorrect information as soon as we become aware of the issue. If this information affects an order in any way, we will notify you immediately to discuss your options.

If you believe you have spotted any errors on our website, please let us know.

Customer Responsibilities:
Whilst we can speak for the quality of the products that we sell, we cannot guarantee the skills or abilities of individual customers. Many of our items require time, effort and a degree of skill.

The end result of model construction kits will vary depending on the level of skill of the builder; any pictures on this website are intended only a guide.

Most items that we sell come with comprehensive instructions. It is recommended that you read and fully understand them before commencing use of your item. Failure to do so can result in misuse of the item and the voiding of your warranty.

Customers purchasing radio controlled items should check with their relevant authorities to ascertain the legality of using those models in the areas that they intend.

Gas and nitro powered aircraft may require liability insurance or licensing by local or state authorities. It is recommended that you check with your local club or the MAAA (http://www.maaa.asn.au) before attempting to use such items.

Multirotor aircraft and drones are ideal to use as a camera platform, but please be aware there are regulations involved in their use. Please check with CASA if you require any additional information (https://www.casa.gov.au).

The use of hobby model rockets is also regulated by CASA.

Hobby One is not responsible for the misuse or illegal operation, either intentionally or unintentionally, of any items that we sell, and accept no liability for such use.