Canuk Seeds is a well-known seed bank with offices in Ontario, Canada and the UK. Like other shops in the weed seed selling industry, it doesn’t have a flawless operation and bad customer reviews, which can make some potential buyers think twice and walk away, are all over the internet. Existing alongside are the many praises from new and long-time customers that regard the company as reliable or at least worth a try.
Canuk Seeds undoubtedly needs to work on providing a consistently good customer experience. However, it’s also a cannabis seed store that marijuana growers must not overlook. Read our detailed review to know why.
Canuk Seeds has 156 offerings available in regular, feminized, or autoflowering varieties. The strains leading the sales race are AK Feminized Seeds, White Widow Feminized Seeds, Gelato Auto Feminized Seeds, Canuk Cookies Feminized Seeds, and Quarter Pounder Auto Feminized Seeds. Besides choosing based on seed type or popularity, undecided buyers can also explore these 10 genetic groups:
- Big Bud Strains
- Cheese Strains
- Lemon Strains
- Haze Strains
- White Widow Strains
- Kush Strains
- Skunk Strains
- Diesel Strains
- Blueberry Strains
- Northern Lights Strains
Most positive reviews report a 70 to 90% germination rate, but if all factors crucial to successful germination are in place, some can get a perfect 100%. As of writing, Canuk Seeds does not have a germination guarantee.
Shipping and Delivery
Wherever you are, you can order from Canuk Seeds as it ships to all corners of the globe. However, checking local laws regarding cannabis seeds is critical, as the company will not be liable for any legal problems that may ensue your purchase.
All orders are wrapped in protective material and placed in a plain envelope with just the receiver’s shipping information, a stamp, and a tracking bar code. If you think the usual discreet packaging won’t suffice, you may add a t-shirt, mug, or other accessories upon checkout, and Canuk seeds will hide the seeds in it.
Every Canuk Seeds order is fully trackable, allowing buyers to monitor the movement of their parcel. US and Canada-based customers have the option to purchase the Guaranteed Delivery Insurance. This non-refundable add-on ensures a refund or reshipment will be processed should your package be intercepted or tagged as not delivered.
Our experiences with Canuk Seeds on the phone and via e-mail have always been pleasant. The employees that handled our inquiries and concerns were very friendly and knowledgeable. Sadly, a quick internet search will reveal that this isn’t what many customers experienced. Some never heard back or got anyone on the line, while others dealt with a “cranky old lady”.The seed bank also does not respond to bad reviews online, which many companies do to rectify the situation and win back buyers.
You can get in touch with Canuk Seeds by phone or e-mail. We recommend trying the latter if the concern is urgent or you prefer a personalized interaction.
Ease of Website Navigation
Browsing through canukseeds.com is easy due to its clean, uncrowded layout and well-organized inventory. A bit of color or some suitable imagery can improve its boring web design, but its simplicity provides a good experience so far. From the main categories up top, customers can go straight to their preferred seed type or choose from sub-categories under the Canuk Seeds tab. The seed pages are equipped with a filter function, so only the products that match the criteria you fancy appear, and a sort option for arranging the results based on price, name, and position. Link to the FAQ, returns and refunds, and contact are at the bottom, where most websites commonly place such information.
Price and Special Offers
Seeds from Canuk Seeds are quite expensive, with a price range between US$16.34 and US$21.51 for single seed packs. To get a reduced price per seed, opt for larger packs (3, 7, or 25-seed packs) or order in bulk (100 or 1000-seed packs). Large-scale growers can also take advantage of the seed bank’s wholesale pricing.
Canuk Seeds does not run several promotions at a time, usually sticking with just one or two. As I write, they only offer free seeds for every order and a discount when paying in cryptocurrencies.
Customers are charged in Canadian Dollars (CAD) at Canuk Seeds. If you choose a different currency, the total amount of the purchase will be converted. You’ll be provided with the approximate price that may be slightly different from the amount that will appear on your statement.
Buyers can pay for orders using credit/debit cards (MasterCard or AMEX), international money order/cashier’s check (USD or CAD only), cash, bank transfers (Canada and USA only), e-transfers (Canadian customers only, or cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and others).
Thank you for checking our reviews! If you recently bought cannabis seeds from an online store, we’d love to hear about your experience and what you think of their products and services. This will only take a few minutes but will save fellow weed growers from a lot of headaches later. It can also determine which seedbanks we should continue to work with.