Cookies – general information

Our website uses own cookies and third-party cookies. We use cookies in order to improve the experience of visiting our website and to allow visitors to use certain functions, and to conduct statistical analyses of visits at our website. Cookies are small text files created automatically by the browser and saved on the user's device (laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.) when visiting a website. Cookies are not harmful for the user's computer and they do not contain viruses, trojans or any other malware. Cookies store information connected with the use of a given device. However, it does not mean that based on such information we gain direct knowledge about the identity of the user.

Users can adjust their cookie preferences at any time in settings here.

Most cookies are deleted after the end of a browser session (session cookies). They allow us to e.g. offer the combined cart function, which allows the user to view the current list of products in the cart and their price. Other cookies remain on the user's computer, allowing their identification during the next visit (permanent cookies). Cookies are used most of all to optimise our offer and adjust it to users, and to increase safety. Thanks to cookies, it is possible e.g. to view content precisely customised to the interests of the user.

Of course, the user can change browser settings so that our cookies are not saved on their device. The "help" function in the browser's menu offers information on how to prevent the browser from accepting new cookies; how to enable notifications about new cookies in the browser; and how to delete already saved cookies and block new ones.

In order to do so, use instructions below depending on the browser you use.





At the same time, please be informed that it can limit the functionality of our website.

In the scope in which cookies and pieces of information stored in them include personal data, the legal basis for the processing of data is Art. 6 par. 1 letter f) GDPR. In that context, the optimisation of our website is to be deemed a legitimate interest within the meaning of the above provision.