Heart Rate Watch Company Offers comGateway Express International Shipping

June 12, 2013

The Heart Rate Watch Company is offering direct international checkout for heart rate monitors, GPS watches and fitness electronics through comGateway. Gateway Express is a freight forwarder from Portland, Oregon that specializes in international shipments to several hundred countries worldwide.

(PRWEB) June 12, 2013

The Heart Rate Watch Company has teamed up with international freight forwarder comGateway Express to create a seamless checkout process for international customers.

“The whole checkout process can occur right on our website seamlessly with no re-direction or lengthy registration process,” says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, “This allows foreign customers to pay for a US address, goods and shipping in just a few button clicks, which makes the checkout process as easy as it is for US residents.”


“In many foreign countries, heart rate monitors, GPS watches and fitness electronics are nearly twice as expensive as they are here in the US,” says Squire. He adds, “The US currency has also fallen considerably against other world currencies over the past few decades, making US goods a relative bargain.”

In many countries, consumers cannot get the latest Garmin heart rate monitors, Suunto GPS watches or a Polar heart rate monitor, so this makes it even more attractive for international consumers, according to Squire. “Some models like the new Suunto Ambit 2 Sapphire might not be available in South American or Pacific Rim countries for months, perhaps even never,” says Squire.


Many international consumers have been using US freight forwarders for years to aggregate goods and ship to foreign countries because of the cost economies and availability, according to Squire. “This just gives consumers at the Heart Rate Watch Company a quick and easy process that is seamless for purchasing goods quickly without lengthy registrations and approvals,” says Squire.

The key is shipping to a US address because many US retailers cannot ship goods outside the US. “Since we are shipping to a US address where an international purchaser has contracted with comGateway then it removes the barriers because we have nothing to do with shipping the product overseas,” says Squire.

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