FBA Onsite fulfillment fees are based on the weight and dimensions of the packaged item – known as the product size tier.
A standard-size item is one that, when fully packaged, weighs 20 lb or less and does not exceed:
Any item exceeding these dimensions is considered oversize.
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.
For standard-size products that weigh 1 lb or less, and for special oversize products, use the unit weight. For all other products, use the larger of either the single unit weight or the dimensional weight. The dimensional weight is equal to the unit volume (length x width x height) divided by 139. The dimensional weight for oversize items assumes a minimum width and height of 2 inches.
To calculate the length plus girth:
|Product size tier||Weight||Longest side||Median side||Shortest side||Length + girth|
|Large standard-size (under 1 lb)||1 lb||15 inches||12 inches||0.75 inches||n/a|
|Large standard-size (over 1 lb)||20 lb||18 inches||14 inches||8 inches||n/a|
|Small oversize||70 lb||60 inches||30 inches||n/a||130 inches|
|Medium oversize||150 lb||108 inches||n/a||n/a||130 inches|
|Large oversize||150 lb||108 inches||n/a||n/a||165 inches|
|Special oversize*||Over 150 lb||Over 108 inches||n/a||n/a||Over 165 inches|
The special oversize tier applies to products that must be delivered using special delivery options due to their size, weight, special handling requirements, or other restrictions. Products are classified and charged as special oversize if any of the following is true:
When you are the only seller of an ASIN and you need to change your product's weight or dimensions, contact Seller Support and explain that you need to update the measurements. If you currently have inventory for the product, you may need to sell through it before the new weight and dimensions show.