Widgets & Calculators

Currency Converter

This helps you to convert one currency to another one using the current exchange rate. dMagoo accepts payments in US Dollars. If you are a non-US based customer, please use this calculator to convert US Dollars to your local currency to get an idea of the cost of the merchandise and/or shipping in your currency.


dMagoo recommends shipping over one pallet in each shipment or as Container loads unless air-freighted.

Logistic companies often charge the largest or a Flat fee for handling the initial box or pallet they pick up, so combining boxes or pallets is a lesser fee for every box and pallet added to the shipments thereafter. Besides you pay a Flat fee for each document (AWB, B/L, HOBL, Customs entry permits) whether its 1 package or 10 packages/ pallets or by weight/ dimensions. Combining lots and shipping them together is a great way to lower your landed costs.

This calculator will allow you to compare an initial quote you receive for one lot, with a second quote for 2 or more lots.

Enter the cost of the merchandise and shipping in the appropriate spaces and look at the “savings” section on the right that will display how much you are saving in dollars and as a percentage when shipping multiple lots under one invoice / packing list.


The first and second fields in this simple profit calculator allows you to enter the price you paid in goods and in shipping in order to determine your total landed cost.

The third field allows you to estimate or enter the sales you will or have generated on the purchase in order to calculate your gross profit and gross profit margin.


The potential revenue calculator can estimate the potential return you can expect on a customer return load.

You can estimate the percentage of the value of the goods that you will sell. As a second step, you can estimate what you believe you can sell the goods for as a percentage of their value.


The parametric potential profit calculator is a complex widget that can assist you in estimating your potential returns on a customer return load. More experienced buyers who have worked with these types of customer return loads in the past can use this widget and know more or less what makes up different parameters of products based on condition and category.

The widget is flexible and allows you to “add parameter” to a load by various factors and estimate your potential return based on each factor. The most common way to segment and grade a load is by Product Category or by Condition.

You can either signify a parameter for the load by category: Premium electronics, clothing, kitchen appliances, toys, food, etc. Or by condition: 100% New; Like New; Out of Box; Defective, etc.