Please contact us as soon as you have found a fault with the product.
Do not continue to use the product as this might void the warranty.
By law we do require proof of purchase to assess items under warranty.
Items will only be assessed if they are clean and hygienic for our staff to handle them under the OHS act. If an item is not clean on arrival we may refuse to fix it or you may be charged a cleaning fee of $45.00.
We will endeavour to fix or replace as soon as possible if it’s covered under warranty.
Warranties generally cover manufacturing defaults and workmanship and do not cover misuse or inappropriate use, as well as general wear and tear.
Warranty lengths do vary for different products; please contact us to find these out.
NOTE: For Custom Training Belts - These products are made to order, and are inspected thoroughly by Anvil Team Members prior to being sent to you. If there are any faults with your product, please let us know as soon as possible.
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We offer custom design and merchandising services for a range of products including shirts and training belts. We are always looking to expand our custom product lists. For most of our custom products, no minimums apply.
Please contact us for more information.
The only way to place an order of a normal product is via our website. We do not take orders over e-mail or phone for these items.
Custom bulk orders can be organised via e-mail and can be paid through the website or direct deposit.
You can put your discount code in the designated field during checkout. Make sure the discount you provide is valid and relevant to the item you are purchasing.
If you order within Australia you will not need to pay any customs and/or duty charges.
If you order outside of Australia you will have to check the customs and/or duty charges for your country.
In short, it depends on the federation and their rules. Powerlifting Australia goes by World Powerlifting Federation rules, which state:
To be allowed for use in a Powerlifting Competition, a Belt –
(i) can only be worn on the outside of the lifter’s Suit and between the lifter’s ribcage and hips
(ii) shall be a single band of leather, of maximum width 10cm and maximum thickness 13mm
(iii) may not have any padding or supports attached to or within any part of the Belt
(iv) shall have a lever or pronged buckle attached by studs or stitching to one end of the band of leather, so as to affix the belt closed around the lifter’s ribcage to hip area
(v) shall, if a belt with a pronged buckle, have one loop around the band of leather so as to affix any part of the band of leather which protrudes past the buckle onto the Belt; no more than 20cm of the band of leather may extend past that loop
(vi) must be either plain i.e. of a single colour with no logo or emblems, or patterned i.e. covered in total or part with a pattern but with no logos or emblems and may bear the lifter’s name and/or the logo or emblem of the lifter’s nation and /or the logo or emblem of commercial entities approved by the World Powerlifting Board and/or logos or emblems of the manufacturer of the Belt, all save as to Rule 4.12."
We recommend checking with an approved meet coach/representative prior to competing, or checking the rulebook before designing your belt to ensure it meets your Federation requirements.
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