The company is the data controller.
Cookies are small text files that the websites you visit send directly to your terminal (usually your browser), where they are stored and sent back to those websites when you next visit (first-party cookies). While you browse on a website, you may also receive cookies from other websites or web servers on your terminal (third-party cookies). This is because the website that you visit may contain images, maps, sounds, links to other domains, etc., that are held on different servers from the one that hosts the page you requested. In other words, those cookies are placed by a different website from the one you are viewing.
Some cookies last for a single browser session only (session cookies); they automatically deactivate when you close your browser. Others can expire at a predetermined date, remaining active on your hard disk in the meantime as they gather information during your various browser sessions (permanent cookies).
Cookies have various purposes. Some are necessary to enable you to use the website and its functionality (technical cookies). Others are used to obtain statistical information, in aggregated form or otherwise, on the number of users accessing the website and how the website is used (monitoring or analytics cookies). And others serve to develop a consumer profile of you and to show you adverts on the website that reflect your tastes and consumption habits (profiling cookies).
To find out more about these types of cookie, read on. When you know how they work and what they do, you can make an informed choice about whether to allow them or block them.
This website uses technical cookies purely to enable you to browse the website and use its features. These are all first-party cookies, deployed directly by us on the website.
Some technical cookies are essential to optimise your browsing experience or to enable you to log in to the website – to make a purchase or enter your private area, for example (browsing cookies). Browsing cookies are normally session cookies, so they are automatically deactivated once you close your browser.
Other technical cookies save your access credentials and some of your preferences (e.g. language or country of origin) without your having to set them again every time you return to the website (functionality cookies). Functionality cookies, therefore, are often persistent: they remain on your computer after you close your browser until their pre-set expiry date or until you choose to clear them.
The website currently uses the following technical cookies:
Stores the order ID that shoppers use to check their order status.
Stores the destination page that the customer was trying to visit before being asked to log in.
Keeps track of error messages and other notifications shown to the user, e.g. the cookie consent message and various error messages. The cookie removes the message after it has been shown to the shopper.
Stores the translated content when requested by the shopper.
Stores the configuration for the product data about the recently viewed/compared products.
Stores the product IDs for recently compared products.
Stores the IDs of the previously compared products for ease of use.
Stores the IDs of the recently viewed products for ease of use.
Stores the IDs of the previously viewed products for ease of use.
Stores the messages sent from the SendFriend form over time (mail a friend).
Configuration settings that enhance performance when using the Varnish static-content cache.
Value "1": authorisation error (Amazon Pay)
Value "1": user must be logged out (Amazon Pay)
A security message that appends a random string to all submitted forms, to safeguard data against Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF).
This cookie’s value triggers the clean-up of the local cache storage. When the cookie is removed by the back-end application, the administrator cleans the local memory and sets the cookie value to "true".
Local storage of visitor-specific content enabling e-commerce functionality.
Forces caching of specific content sections on the browser to make pages load faster.
Stores the permanent cart key (ID) so that the cart can be restored for an anonymous shopper.
Appends a unique random number to pages with customer content to prevent them being cached on the server.
Stores customer-specific information about shopper-initiated actions, e.g. display wish list, checkout details.
Keeps track of the specific store view selected by the shopper.
Stores the user statuses in the website’s various pages.
Records the user’s language.
In line with current privacy legislation, your prior consent is not required before these cookies are installed. But you are of course free to block technical cookies, by changing your browser settings (see section E, point 1, for how to do this). Bear in mind, though, that if you block technical cookies or later delete them, you may find yourself unable to access the website properly, to use some or all of its features, to enable or disable certain functions, or to receive certain services.
The website uses analytics cookies to collect aggregated and non-aggregated statistical information about the number of users and how they visit the website.
The analytics cookies on this website are third-party cookies, as they are not placed directly by us but by third parties.
The following third-party analytics cookies are installed on the website only with your prior consent. This is because they are not anonymised, so the third parties can access disaggregated analytics data at IP address level – with these cookies, the third parties could in theory use your IP address to find out who you are:
Distinguishes between shoppers and sessions.
Limits the request rate.
Determines new sessions/visits.
Saves the traffic source or campaign that explains how the shopper reached the website.
Stores the variable data personalised for each visitor.
So when you access the website, a dedicated banner is shown to inform you that (i) the website uses third-party analytics cookies and (ii) if you close the banner, scroll the home page or click on any part of the home page outside the banner, then you consent to use of the cookies. If you agree to have the cookies installed in this way, we shall record your consent through a dedicated technical cookie. This saves you from having to see the cookie banner when you visit the website again. Please bear in mind that if you deleted this technical cookie from your browser, as described in section E, point 1) below, then we would no longer have a record of your consent, so you would be shown the cookie banner again when you next visited the website.
You are of course free to block analytics cookies at any time, without compromising your experience of the website or its content in any way. For more information, please carefully read the third-party cookie policies via the links in the table above.
Profiling cookies are used to create a user profile of you, based on the preferences and tastes that you make known while browsing on the internet, and to show you advertising messages in line with your profile. You should therefore find the advertising that you see on the website more interesting.
In line with current privacy law, your prior consent is required before these cookies are installed. So when you access the website, a dedicated banner is shown to inform you that (i) the website uses profiling cookies and (ii) if you close the banner, scroll the home page or click on any part of the home page outside the banner, then you consent to use of the cookies. If you agree to have the cookies installed in this way, we shall record your consent through a dedicated technical cookie. This saves you from having to see the cookie banner when you visit the website again. Please bear in mind that if you deleted these technical cookies from your browser, as described in section E, point 1) below, then we would no longer have a record of your consent, so you would see the cookie banner again when you next visit the website.
By continuing to use the website or by closing this window, you agree to accept first-party marketing and profiling cookies.
If you wish to block first-party marketing and profiling cookies, you can click on
I do not consent
Alternatively, you can block or deactivate them using your browser or device settings at any time, and you will still be able to visit the website and use its content just as before. If you deactivate behavioural advertising, that does not mean that you will not see any more advertising on the website, just that the banners you are shown might not reflect your interests or preferences as set on your current browser.
We may use third-party profiling cookies to offer content, including advertising relevant to you, on our websites or third-party websites. We use technologies to evaluate the usefulness of the advertising and content shown to users, e.g. by monitoring whether or not you click on an advert.
Any third-party e-commerce websites involved will place the third parties’ cookies on your device.
If you refuse consent for marketing and profiling cookies, you will still be able to access our website, although you will not be able to use the content or functions that use those cookies.
Link to policy
These cookies are supplied by Facebook and are installed when a visitor accesses or uses Facebook services in another way. This provides a convenient way for users to comment on or share articles with their Facebook friends.
These cookies are used to show YouTube videos. They are installed when the video loads.
Used by Twitter to track users before and after registering.
There are various ways to manage, disable and delete cookies.
(1) Change your browser settings
Follow the instructions from the producer of your browser about how to manage, disable or delete all (technical, analytics and profiling) cookies:
Take care when editing these settings. If you block all cookies indiscriminately, including technical cookies, without setting a specific exception for our website, then you might not be able to use the website or its services. What’s more, if you delete all cookies, then even technical cookies might be removed, so the preferred settings that you had put in place when using the website might be lost, along with any products or services previously added to your cart.
(2) Use our interactive tools or those provided by the third parties.
To disable first-party profiling cookies (those installed directly by us), you can simply use the button shown in section D of this policy. If you reject these cookies, you will still be able to use the website and its features exactly as before; you can use the same button to allow those cookies again later, if you wish.
To disable third-party cookies, see the privacy policies from the third parties that install analytics cookies (see section C above) or profiling cookies (see section D) to learn about the tools available for managing, disabling and deleting the cookies and in general on how to avoid using them. Remember that if you disable third-party cookies, then (i) you disable them not only on our website but also on all the websites that use those cookies and (ii) you will still be able to use our website and its features exactly as before. When you disable third-party cookies, you will still be shown the cookie banner in our website home page, but when you close the banner, scroll the home page or click on any other part of the home page besides the banner, you will not receive any third-party cookies.
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