For each visitor to our website, we generate a cookie named 'locale' to store the following information:
This is used by our website for localisation, such as displaying the appropriate currency on our checkout page.
Additionally, if you are a first time visitor to our site, and were referred to our site via an official 'Affiliate' partner, then the 'locale' cookie will also include a numeric identifier for that Affiliate. See section #2 on 'Affiliate Referral Tracking'.
If you login to our User Area, a 'user' cookie will be created to store your login credentials (in one-way encrypted form), so that you do not need to login again each time.
When you logout from the User Area, the 'user' cookie will be deleted.
If you wish to later opt-out, simply delete this cookie via your browser settings.
We run an 'Affiliate' scheme, whereby officially selected partners can earn commission on sales from customers they direct to our site.
We do not share any information pertaining to you or your device with the affiliate.
We do not make any attempt to uniquely identify you or your device, or link your visits across sessions. We also do not link any page visit data to your User Area account.
Our page tracking system collects the following data:
Collecting this data helps us to optimise the navigation and user experience of our site. We do not share this data with any 3rd parties.
You can sign up to receive email newsletters from us via the Subscribe page.
The only data stored on our newsletter mailing list is your email, and optionally your first name if you provide one.
We never send more than one newsletter per month.
Every newsletter includes a one-click unsubscribe link at the footer.
We never share any of your data with any 3rd parties.
Registered users can unsubscribe by changing the notification preferences in the User Area.
Otherwise, you can remove your email from our mailing list here.
Our website integrates the following external services:
Google Analytics is a service provided by Google to track data such as:
Like the vast majority of websites, we submit traffic data to Google Analytics. This allows us to monitor traffic flow to our site, and identify which pages, operating systems and browsers are most popular. This helps us to optimise the navigation and user experience of our site.
Facebook Pixel is a service provided by Facebook to allow targeted advertising of visitors to our website via Facebook.
Like many commercial websites, we submit page visit data to Facebook. Assuming you are logged in to Facebook, this allows Facebook to associate your visit to our site with your Facebook account, which may result in you being targeted for our advertising on the Facebook platform.
For the full purpose and scope of data collection and further processing by Facebook, and to review your Facebook rights and privacy settings, please see the respective privacy notices from Facebook.