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Product Specifications

Hand-Made: Our knit kippot are hand crocheted from cotton yarn. This means that each kippah is an individual and different from the others. They vary slightly in quality, in size, in colors, in the tightness of the weave, and in the adherence to the design on this website. If you look carefully enough, you may find imperfections. If the kippah has a light base color, it may have some light discoloration due to the extensive handling during its production. However, we have a very high satisfaction level with our customers - once they understand that these are not machine-manufactured.

Size: We aim to provide a standard size of approximately six inches diameter, however this varies somewhat.

 

 

Personalized Inscriptions

We can configure the personalized labels many different ways, combining both English and Hebrew writing. Please feel free to use our templates to help you decide on the wording for your labels. We print the inscriptions in black onto a finely woven cloth that is then affixed to the undersides of the kippot. [more]

Popular Questions

Below are some of the questions we are asked about our product and service. If you do not find the answer you are looking for, please contact us by email.

Do you accept foreign orders?
At this time, we are only fulfilling orders to US and Canadian addresses. 

How do I pay?
Please follow the checkout instructions and pay via PayPal.  However if you would rather call in you credit card information we accept Visa and Mastercard.   Once payment has been received, we will give you further instructions on how to design your personalized label so that we may typeset a prototype for your approval.

Do I pay sales tax?
Kippah King is located in Oakland, California, so we are required to collect 9.75% sales tax for all California orders only. 

How variable is the quality?
Our crochet kippot are hand crocheted from cotton yarn. This means that each kippah is an individual and different from the others. They vary slightly in quality, in size, in colors, in the tightness of the weave, and in the adherence to the design shown on this website. If you look carefully enough, you may find imperfections. If the kippah has a light base color, it may have some light discoloration due to the extensive handling during its production. However, we have a very high satisfaction level with our customers - once they understand that these are not machine-manufactured. 

The EcoSuede kippot have very little variation in quality.

What size are the kippot?
We aim to provide a standard size of approximately six inches diameter, however this varies somewhat.   

Our DMC Knit Kippot are approximately four inches in diameter.

Can I get a sample kippah to review the design and colors?
Our website has very good pictures of the kippot with detailed color descriptions. Since color and design vary slightly when they are handmade, samples do not always present a perfectly reliable indication of what to expect. 

However, if you really want a sample, please send us an email at info@kippahking.com, and we will do our best to help you.

What is the charge for the personalized labels?
The cost to produce and attach our standard cloth labels is included in your kippot price. 

We do have a few premium label options for an additional fee.

How do you protect my privacy?
All data collected on you is used only to fulfill your order to Kippah King. We never sell or distribute your information. 

Do you allow returns?
Because our products are personalized, we do not accept returns. If there is a dissatisfaction with our products, we will try to work with you to clear up the matter, which should allow us to do better in the future. In any case, our liability for any problems with the orders will be limited to the full amount you paid us for the order. 

Have your kippot been tested for shatnez?
Jews are forbidden by the Torah from wearing any garment that contains wool and linen together, a combination known as “shatnez”. Our kippot and labels have been tested and found free of shatnez by Rabbi Yosef Sayagh, Co-Director of the National Committee of Shatnez Testers and Researchers in Lakewood, New Jersey. 

Shipping: What does shipping cost?
Our base rate for shipping and handling by USPS Priority Mail is $14.95 on orders up to 200 kippot.  For orders between 200 and 400 kippot shipping is $29.95.  These rates includes delivery confirmation. For Canadian orders rates are $37.95 and $44.95.  If you will require express shipping, we can arrange it for a surcharge. We endeavor to work with enough lead time to avoid last minute rushes that might cause unneeded stress in advance of the simcha. 

Can I have the kippot delivered to my Post Office Box?
Yes. 

How long does shipping take?
Typical USPS shipping time will be about five to ten working days, although this slows down considerably during November and December.