What are cookies?
Why accept cookies?
Deleting or turning off cookies?
The different types of cookies used on our website
Below, you can find a description of the different types of cookies you can encounter on our website and their function.
Functional cookies are necessary to make the website function correctly. It concerns functionality such as remembering your login details, saving a product in your wish list or informing you that the order process has not been completed.
Cookies are saved automatically. You can delete cookies at any time.
An explanation of the different types of functional cookies we use and how long we save them on your computer is given below:
- Website session:
These cookies save information during a visit to the website. As a result, you do not need to enter the same information twice in a form during a single visit to the website. Even if you refresh or reload the webpage.
- Cookie notification
These cookies ensure you do not see the same cookie notification message each time you visit the website. Without this cookie, the cookie notification is not closed, as a result of which you are not able to use the website correctly.
- Browser settings
When you visit the website, we save your browser’s settings so that you get the best viewing experience on your screen.
- Website session
These cookies save certain login details, so you do not have to log in each time.
We use analytical cookies with the aid of third parties to analyse your visit to our website. These statistics give us more insight into how often people visit our website and where we can improve our website. By analysing the website, we are able to optimize the user experience and, where necessary, make improvements. Cookies are saved automatically. You can delete cookies at any time. The information is not shared with third parties. The analytical cookies we use save the following information:
- IP address
Your device’s IP address is saved and is anonymized.
- Technical properties
The technical properties of the device that is used to visit our website are saved. This includes the screen resolution, the browser and the type of device.
- Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to analyse your entire visit to our website. The data is anonymized, so we do not know who you are. The data includes the time you spent on our website, from which webpage you accessed the website and which webpages you visited on our website. This allows us to optimize our website.
- Use of functionality
You can do a number of things on our website. For example, you can add a product in your shopping basket, place an order, view previous purchases and search for a product via the search field. By saving this information, we can make your next visit to our website even better by showing you information that is relevant to you. We can use the knowledge we gain from this to improve the functionality explained above.
Tracking cookies/social media cookies:
- Social media cookies:
Social media cookies are placed on our website by the social media websites. When you click a social media button on our website, a social media cookie is saved on your device. After that, the social media party can recognize your IP address at the moment you wish to share information via the relevant webpage. For more information about the cookies that these social media companies place on our website, please see their own cookie statements on their websites. A list of the social media parties that use our website is given below:
- Advertisement cookies (remarketing)
Delete or switch off cookies
These cookies are saved automatically. You are able to switch off our cookies yourself. Keep in mind that when you do this, our website will not work optimally. How you can switch off or delete our cookies, is explained below:
Agreed / Not agreed
In the table below you can find which cookies we place automatically and which cookies you have to accept in order to experience an optimal website visit:
Standard & not agreed
Cookies to measure website traffic
Cookies for social media
Cookies to test improvements on website
Cookies to measure effectiveness of marketing campaigns.
Cookies to show relevant ads on other websites.