Cookies are a standard technology that virtually every website uses today to improve the website so that it works optimally for the user. Cookies are small text files that the website stores on your computer. These can only be read by the website and you as a user, and they do not contain personal information.

For example, cookies are used to see if you have visited the website earlier, as well as the time of the visit, and they are used to analyze the general user interface of the website. By using the website you agree to the use of cookies.

The following are some of the cookies this website is using:

Custom cookies

These are cookies we use to provide a better user experience.

frontend and PHPSESSID : Saves your unique session ID. Required for the shopping cart and checkout process to work properly.

external_no_cache : A flag that defines whether or not caching is enabled.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics provides us with useful statistics that enable us to improve our website. For a more detailed description of what the different cookies are, please visit Google's Cookie Usage documents that have more information.

__utma : Tells us how many times you've visited our website.

__utmb, __utmc : Tells us how long you're visiting our sites. This will be deleted if you leave your site.

__utmz : Logs the origin of your website entry

__utm : Used to limit the number of requests sent to Google Analytics.

_ga : This cookie contains a unique ID given to the user's browser to collect search statistics.

_dc_gtm_UA-40600390-1 : Used by Google Tag manager in combination with Google Analytics to load necessary scripts on the page.


We use Zopim (Zendesk) to offer direct customer service to our users via live chat. In order to be able to differentiate between the devices from which messages are sent, two cookies must be registered.

For more details, see Zendesk's Privacy Policy page.

__zlcmid: This is your device's Zopim Live Chat ID that identifies your device when visiting the online store.

__zprivacy: Used to check if the user does not want the chat to appear.