Privacy policy

In order for this website to work optimally and for marketing purpose, we sometimes send small files to your computer. These files are called cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, phone or tablet when you visit the site. Cookies help the site to remember your settings (username, language and what you have in the shopping cart) for a certain amount of time. The idea is that you do not have to change your settings every time you access the site or browse between pages.
How do we use cookies?
On our website cookies are used to remember your settings. By navigating at, you consent to the use of cookies. We use both permanent and session cookies. Cookies are not absolutely necessary for the website to work, but they make it easier for you to navigate and search information. You can remove or block cookies, but you should be aware that the site will not be functioning properly. Cookies are not used to identify you as a person. We use and allow third-party cookies that help us monitor our web traffic and see what products have been shown and how often. This information is also used to present interesting products in ads. Like our own cookies, these third-party cookies do not collect any personal information. Only we and our partners have access to the information collected. We only use cookies for the purposes mentioned here.
How can I manage my cookie settings?
You can check and delete cookies just the way you want. You can delete all cookies on your computer and you can set the browser to not receive any cookies. In that case, you may need to reset some settings each time you access a site, and some services and features might not work.
Cookies for marketing purpose
Facebook Pixel
We use Facebook and their partner networks, such as Instagram, to market ourselves using the Facebook pixel that collects data about behaviour and purchases on our website and to measure the effect of our advertising. This tracking is used to evaluate and measure how different campaigns and marketing strategies perform on Facebook & Instagram. By sharing this data with Facebook, we can, for example, offer personalized advertising content and adjust the frequency of advertising you see from us. Facebook stores the data we send to them for up to 2 years depending on the type of data in question. Here you will find Facebook’s integrity information.
Google Ads via Google Analytics
Ads is used to measure conversions and to use remarketing lists to target advertising to different audiences and thus be able to show more relevant ads on Google and within the Google ad network. Google Ads retrieves data from our feature cookie and via our analysis tool Google Analytics. Here’s the Googles Privacy Policy.