This article applies to selling in: Australia

Product size tiers

Fulfillment fees are based on the weight and dimensions of the packaged item (the product size tier).

Important: For multi-channel fulfillment orders, see Fulfillment fees for multi-channel fulfillment orders.

Standard-size versus oversize

A standard-sized item is one that, when fully packaged, weighs 9 kg. or less and does not exceed:

  • 45cm on its longest side
  • 35cm on its median side
  • 20cm on its shortest side

Any item exceeding these dimensions is considered oversized.

Important: If a product is sold as a set, the weight and dimensions are the combined total of all of the items in the set packaged together.

Determine the specific product size tier for your item

To determine the correct tier for your item, find the row in the table below with measurements that do not exceed the weight or the dimensions of your item.

Maximum weights and dimensions for packaged items

Length (cm) Width (cm) Height (cm) Shipping weight (g)

Small Envelope 23 15.5 1 100
Standard Envelope 33 23 2.5 500
Large Envelope 33 23 5 1,000
Standard parcel 45 35 20 9,000

Small Oversize 61 46 46 2,000
Standard Oversize 105 60 60 22,000
Large Oversize 105 70 70 30,000
Important: Item weights, dimensions, and other measures used to calculate FBA fees are determined by Amazon.

When you are the only seller of an ASIN, and you need to change your product's weight or dimensions, follow these steps:

  1. Contact Seller Support and explain that you need to update your unit's weight or dimensions.
  2. If you currently have inventory for the product, you may need to sell through it before the new weight and dimensions show.

Note: Amazon stores weight and dimensions at the ASIN level. We cannot target a specific unit for measurement. When multiple sellers sell the same ASIN, the weight and dimensions information may not represent your specific units.
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