I used “Dyk Post” to bring the item up to Edmonton. They allow you to set up a mailbox thru “Montana Mailbox”.
The total bill was $99.15 to bring it into Canada. I don’t think I was charged duty (should’ve kept the receipt)
As far as I remember, this $99 consisted of:
-$35 GST on item
-approx $5 mailbox set up
$35 brokerage fee
$10 freight fee
…I know that only adds up to $85, but I can’t remember where the remaining $14 was charged to.
Its a good trainer - I’ve seen some sales on one of the Kickr models for $1000 around Christmas. By the time you buy the hub and get it to your door, you’ll have spent $800 Canadian. If warranty issues ever pop up, it gets complicated/expensive to send it back to the US. Maybe that’s where the Kickr would be better ( if wahoo doesn’t go bankrupt)
At $800ish landed for the Hub, on this side of the border you could get a Saris H3, Elite Suito, Flux S or a Kickr Core for similar dollars and not have the cross border issues with delivery and service.