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There are two broad categories of cookies:
Persistent cookies: Persistent cookies remain on your device until deleted manually or automatically when they expire.
Session cookies: Session cookies remain on your device until you close your browser when they are automatically deleted.
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Analytical cookies: These cookies gather information such as how many people are using our site or which pages are popular to help us improve customer experience.
Marketing cookies: These cookies help us to learn what you’re interested in so we can show you relevant products or offers. Switching off these cookies will mean we can’t show you any personalised products or offers.
Functional cookies: These cookies make your shopping experience easier. They enable basic functions such as seeing recently viewed products or searches. Switching off these cookies will mean that some parts of our site don’t function.
You can change your web browser settings so your computer warns you each time a Cookie is sent, or to turn off all Cookies. Each browser is a little different, so please look at your browser “help menu” to learn the correct way to modify your Cookies. However, if you disable Cookies you won’t have access to many features that may make your browsing of our Site and use of our services smoother, and some of our services may not function properly or at all. For example, if you disable Cookies you will not be able to log into your user account.
We use Google Analytics to better understand your use of our Website and Services. Google Analytics collects information such as how often users visit our Website, what pages are visited, and what other sites may have been used prior to visiting. Google uses the data collected to track and examine websites usage, to prepare reports on its activities and share them with other Google services, and to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network. More information about how Google Analytics collects and processes data can be found here.