A cookie is a small information file that is sent to your computer, mobile or other device when you visit a website and it will recognise your device on future visits. These types of files do a number of different jobs such as remembering your preferences and chosen items, assisting you to improve your site experience as well as trying to ensure that the adverts or offers you see online are more relevant to you. These “cookies” can be divided into 4 types each of which is outlined below. You can block all cookies, including the essential ones, using your browser settings, but this will prevent the checkout process from working. You won't be able to add things to your basket or checkout. To block all cookies you can typically use the Privacy settings on your browser's Options menu or check the Help section of your browser. Some cookies are removed from your computer when you close your browser – these are called Session Cookies. Others stay on your computer until they expire after a fixed time – these are called Persistent Cookies. They are used to store helpful information between your browsing sessions such as items you added to your basket on your last visit, so we can keep them there for you if you didn't already buy them.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential in order to enable the site to provide services you have asked for such as remembering your shopping bag items.
These cookies collect anonymous information about how users interact with our site, for example page visits and navigation which we use to help improve your shopping experience. The data collected does not save personal details.
These remember choices you make such as language, search parameters such as size, colour or product line. These can then be used to provide you with an experience more appropriate with your selections and make the visits more tailored and pleasant. The information is also merged with other users on an anonymous basis to enable us to improve how the site operates.
Targeting Cookies or Advertising Cookies
These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make advertising relevant to you and your interests. They remember the websites you have visited and that information is shared with other parties such as advertisers.