The delivery options available can be found at the bottom of the shopping cart page, via the "Get Shipping Estimates" calculator.
Select your Country from the drop down menu and enter your Zip / Postal Code.
Select the button "Calculate Shipping"
The self collection and delivery options available will be listed.
Local (Singapore) Delivery Options:
1. Self Collection
- Self Collection will be available at Perfect Fit store once online order is processed. An email / phone message notification will be sent to confirm that the items are available for pick-up.
- Citylink Mall #B1-10A (Walking distance from Cityhall MRT and Esplanade MRT)
2. Roadbull (Delivery Time ~ 5 to 6 business days)
- After 2 unsuccessful delivery attempts (no one available at address during collection or delivery), the package will be returned to Perfect Fit for self-collection or re-delivery (same charges apply).
International Delivery Options:
Flat Shipping Rate of S$50 (International Registered Airmail) for orders above S$150.
1. International Airmail
- Delivery is via Singapore Post airmail and the estimated delivery time is listed here.
- A Registered Article Number will be provided and you will be able to track your parcel status online here.
2. Frames cannot be delivered overseas due to the size limitations.
Terms & Conditions
- Promotion is not valid for (i) delivery of custom made frames and (ii) delivery to the following areas: Jurong Industrial Area / Tuas, Sentosa Island, PO Boxes and other restricted areas.
- For free local deliveries, if your package is marked as sent, but it is not received/signed for at your given address because eg. nobody is at home etc., the package will be returned to Perfect Fit's Citylink Mall store for self-collection. Subsequent requests for delivery of the same undelivered package/order will be chargeable according to delivery fees at prevailing rates.
Where are your physical stores?
Visit us at Citylink Mall #B1-10A
Nearest Mrt: Walking distance from Cityhall MRT and Esplanade MRT
Nearest Carpark: Marina Square / Suntec City
I am looking for a particular design of puzzle but I can't find it in your store.
Please let us know the puzzle you are looking for by submitting an enquiry form here. We will process your request and try to find it for you, or provide you with designs of a similar theme.
How often do you bring in new designs?
What are plastic jigsaw puzzles?
Plastic puzzles are made of strong and durable plastic. Plastic puzzle pieces interlock with one another, hence puzzle glue is not required to hold them together. Explore our range of plastic puzzles here.
Do promotions apply in-store and online?
In-store promotions apply for products bought at our physical outlets only. Likewise, promotions on our online store apply for online purchases only, unless stated otherwise.
Do you offer bulk discounts for corporate orders?
Please submit an enquiry form here with details such as puzzle design, quantity etc. and we will get back to you soon.
Can I customise puzzles from photos?
Yes. Please click here to find out more.
How long does it take to customise a puzzle?
It will take about 16 – 25 days upon confirmation of order and payment.
Am I able to order a puzzle with special requests/requirements eg. for a corporate / school event?
For special requests/requirements, please send us an enquiry here.
Do you customise puzzle wedding guestbooks?
Yes, Find out more here.
I would like to get a frame for my puzzle which was not purchased from Perfect Fit. Do you sell the frames and how much is it?
Yes, we custom make frames for different puzzle sizes. Please drop us an enquiry here with the puzzle dimensions (length x width) in cm. It is important to note that the actual dimensions of the puzzle may differ slightly from what is stated on the box.
Hence, for custom-made frames, please measure the dimensions of your puzzle after you have completed and glued it.
If you have other queries not addressed under FAQ, please submit an enquiry form here and we will get back to you soon!
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This multi-tasker manages to operate 2 drums and 2 cymbals whilst moving to the beat.
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History of Timberkits
Timberkits is a family firm which has been running since 1993, based in the heart of beautiful Mid Wales.
We design, prototype and manufacture new models every year and serve customers all over the world. Our products are really unusual and tremendous fun.
Automata makers are a rare and misunderstood breed, isolated by their obsession with bringing inanimate materials to life and the workings of cogs, wheels and waggle sticks. The words eccentric, mad and genius often apply and who better to illustrate this than Eric Williamson. He may be seen on a regular basis around Machinations, recognisable by the beard, dusty clothes, pockets of tools and a distracted expression. Eric trained as a fine art painter in the 60s when it was OK to wear paisley fish-tail ties and live in the hills doing weird stuff.
He started off making rocking horses, exercising his fascination with sculptural form and honing his skills as a wood carver. These were magnificent beasts but, unfortunately, too large and heavy to transport economically.
Having a workshop full of off-cuts of wood, he set about making marionettes with the fine carving being a dominant feature. Alison, his wife, made the detailed clothing. This time he was thwarted by their tendency to tangle so he began thinking about puppets without strings, which fuelled his interest in automata.
The first model was a cobbler inspired by the advertising motif of “Philip’s Sticker Soles”, which was featured at a shop he remembered from his childhood. Over the years the models became more and more complex.
Elaborate and impressive though they were, it was impossible to quote realistic and representative prices. Invariably, they took longer to make than could ever be anticipated, so it was back to the drawing board to find the winning formula for actually making a profit.
Having attended many craft shows with his models and meeting many like-minded model making obsessives, it suddenly occurred to Eric that sending out un-assembled components for customers to build themselves was more practical than painstakingly building them himself. Timberkits was born.
Enter Peter Markey...
Now, given that mad inventors are few and far between, it seems an extraordinary coincidence that Peter Markey and Eric Williamson happened to live within half a mile of each other. Peter also made automata, only his were much simpler in form so lent themselves more readily to the process of mass manufacturing.
Initially Peter supplied the designs and Eric manufactured the kits and gradually the company grew, employing several people and eventually needing the bigger workshop premises here in Llanbrynmair. Eric transferred his engineering skills into working with metal in order to build machines as part of a semi-automated production line.
Today the kits are manufactured in China and sold all over the world. New designs come in from contributors both within and outside the company.