Privacy Policy

When you place your order with us, you provide your personal details such as name, address and phone number.

In connection with your registration and order, you agree that we store and use your information in our business to fulfill our commitment to you. We also document all communications we have with you via email, this to provide the service you expect from us. will not disclose your personal information to third parties. If you would like our newsletter, we will send information and product deals to you by email. This can easily be canceled through your customer account or through contact with us. According to the GDPR you are entitled to receive the information we have registered about you. If it is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, you may request that the information be corrected or removed. Please contact us by email.


A cookie is a small line of text (a text file) that the site you visit saves on your computer.
There are two types of cookies, both used here. The one is only stored temporarily and disappears when you close your browser. This type of cookie is used when the visitor is in the page.
The other type is saved as a file on your computer for a long time and is used when you visit the site again.
This cookie is used to save choices and settings you make during the visit.
If you make any settings or choices on the site, then information about this can be saved in a cookie. Next time you visit the same site, you do not have to change the same settings. Instead, the cookie that informs the site is that the visitor has been there before and what settings have been made.
If you make new settings on the site, replace the old cookie with a new one in your computer.
Cookies are therefore used for practical reasons to facilitate those who visit a particular site.

How to avoid cookies

If you want to avoid cookies, the easiest way you use in the browser you are using changes to Internet Security settings.

For example, in the Internet Explorer browser you can access

Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> Custom Level choose not to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. You can also choose to be prompted each time you accept a cookie before it is stored on your computer.

The Act on Electronic Communications

For more information on the Electronic Communications Act (SFS 2003: 389), visit the National Post and Telecom Agency website, (the link opens in a new tab).

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