Carriers often enforce strict weight limits for shipments. In some cases this may include the dimensional weight of the shipment. In order to prevent delays or inaccurate postage amounts, please ensure that your shipment falls within the allowable limits.

US Shipments

CarrierMaximum DimensionsMaximum Weight
USPSMay vary by serviceShipments must not exceed 70 lbs
Chit Chats U.S. TrackedL + (2* W + 2* H) < 108 in
UPS Mail InnovationsL + (2* W + 2* H) < 130 in
Dimensions must be provided in order to get a postage rate

You can use this formula to calculate dimensional weight (in lbs) for your U.S. shipments:

Sample calculations for U.S. shipments:

International Shipments

Weight and dimensional limits vary by destination country and can change without notice. Please refer to the USPS International Mail Manual as a guideline for the requirements of each destination.

CarrierMaximum DimensionsMaximum WeightNotes
USPSMay vary by countryShipments must not exceed 70 lbsFirst Class International shipments limited to 4 lbs
Asendia International Priority TrackedMay vary by country but typically:
(L + W + H) < 900 mm
L <= 27, W <= 15, H <=15 in
L <= 42.5, W <= 4, H <=4 in
Shipments must not exceed 30 kgShipments 1 oz (the starting rate) must be rounded up to 1 oz. Otherwise the rate may not be displayed.
Chit Chats International StandardDimensions must amount to a dimensional weight < 2 kgShipments must not exceed 2 kgTo calculate dimensional weight (kg):
Dim wt = ((L x W x H)/166)/2.24)
L, W, & H in inches


Canadian Shipments

CarrierMaximum DimensionsMaximum WeightNotes
Chit Chats Canada TrackedMaximum dimensions, L, W, & H in cm
L < 2 m (78")
L + (2 x H + 2 x W) < 3 m (118")
Shipments must not exceed 30 kgShipments <100 g (the starting rate) must be rounded up to 100 g. Otherwise the rate may not be displayed.

You can use this formula to calculate the dimensional weight (kg) of your Chit Chats Canada Tracked shipments: 

Dim wt (in kg) = (L x W x H)/ 5000  L, W, & H in cm   

*Service availability may vary. Irregular parcels should be measured as if they were enclosed in a rectangle. Surcharges may apply for oversized and irregular shipments.