Privacy and cookies

What do our cookies mean to you?

By using you agree that we can set cookies in your browser. Cookies are a standard technology that almost all websites use today. It is not harmful and may not contain viruses. What it does is store information from our website, for example when you last visited us or data you have entered into an order form. It is a cookie that makes our website, for example, remember which language you prefer or how you last logged in and sets this as the default choice for you.

Our website uses cookies to give you who visit us access to various functions and features that can facilitate your use of our websites. Cookies are small text files that are stored in your computer’s browser when you visit a website, and on later visits these can be downloaded from the browser for different application types. The purpose is to present relevant content, remember settings that you have made on our website and give us statistics.

Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings so that cookies are not accepted. Very many websites will not work optimally if you do not accept cookies.

This website uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • Analysis of how the websites are used by the visitors.
  • Tailoring content based on how users use the site

Processing of personal data is responsible for the processing of our processing of personal data. Our contact information is:

We process personal information in accordance with applicable law and do not sell your personal information to third parties.

We do not process personal data without a legal basis for processing and not beyond what is necessary to fulfill a lawful processing purpose. Our subcontractors are only permitted to process personal data on our behalf in accordance with the data processor agreement and in accordance with our requirements for information security. We are not responsible for the content or processing of personal data on external websites.

1.2 Web statistics, Web analytics and cookies

When you visit the website of, your IP address can be registered. The information is processed in deidentified form, so that it can not be linked to individuals. The purpose of this collection is to compile statistics which we use to develop and improve the information on the pages. The statistics are used to gain knowledge about the number of people who visit the various pages, how long the visit lasts, which website the user comes from, and which browser is used. See more about using cookies above.

Your rights

You have the right to access your own personal information that is processed about you. You also have a right to demand that personal information about you be corrected if this turns out to be incorrect or incomplete. Furthermore, you also have a right to be forgotten, which means that you can demand that personal information about you be deleted. Unless there is a special legal basis for continued processing of personal data, these will be deleted. It is voluntary to provide personal information, and a consent to the processing of personal information can always be withdrawn. We will respond to such requests free of charge and no later than within 10 days.

Overview of used cookies

Name Description Storage time

_ga Used to distinguish between users 2 years

_gid Used to distinguish between users. 24 h

_gat Used to assess the request rate. 10 min

_cfduid Used to identify reliable web traffic. It does not store any personally identifiable information.

Local storage idArrObjLocal

Local storage statisticsUUID

Saves product selections set up on user wish list

Saves settings you last used

2 years