Collection Of Personal Information


Upon your visit to the Website, an array of data concerning your device is automatically gathered. This includes details about your web browser, IP address, time zone, and specific cookies on your device. Additionally, while navigating the Website, we accumulate information about the individual web pages or products you peruse, the websites or search terms that direct you to the Website, and your interactions with the site. This amalgamated information is referred to as "automatically collected information" or "peripheral information."

We employ the following technologies to collect Device Information:

- Cookies: These are data files installed on your device or computer, typically containing a unique and anonymous identifier. To learn more about cookies and how to disable them, visit ( - Log files: These track actions on the Website, capturing data such as IP address, browser type, internet service provider, referring/exit pages, and dates/times viewed. - Web beacons, beacons, and pixels: These are electronic files used to record information about your navigation through the Website.

Cookie Usage

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files downloaded and stored on the user's device (computer/phone/tablet) when accessing specific web pages. They enable the Website to remember navigation preferences, enhancing user-Site interaction by expediting the process. The information gathered by cookies is anonymous and void of sensitive details (such as name, address, or bank information) since cookies don't collect data identifying the user.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies and other information storage devices are employed to monitor user interaction with the products offered on the Website. They identify the browser and device for ease of subsequent visits and to enhance usability.

Types of cookies used:

The Website utilizes various cookies, including: - Advertising cookies: Managing advertising spaces based on criteria like edited content or ad display frequency, tailoring ads to user interests. - Analytical cookies: Collecting anonymous information on user behavior and Site usage.

Notable cookies employed by Google Analytics include "__utma," "__utmz," "__utmb," and "__utmc." A list of companies using website analytics and advertising cookies is provided, including fireapps, DoubleClick, ipstack, redo, klaviyo, adwords, twitter, and hotjar.

How to disable cookies:

Every browser allows cookie disabling. Settings can usually be found in the "Options" or "Preferences" tabs. Specific instructions for popular browsers are detailed:

1. Internet Explorer: Navigate to the tool menus and choose "Internet Preferences."
Access the privacy settings.
Adjust the privacy preferences using a six-position slider that enables you to manage the quantity of cookies being set: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium, Medium (set as the default level), Low, and Allow all cookies.

2. Mozilla Firefox: At the upper part of the Firefox interface, access the Tools menu.
Opt for Preferences.
Navigate to the Privacy section.
Within Firefox, you have the option to employ a personalized configuration for browsing history settings.

3. Google Chrome: Navigate to the toolbar and click on the menu options.
Choose Configuration.
Click on the option to reveal advanced settings.
Within the "Confidentiality" segment, select the "Content configuration" button.
Adjust cookie settings in the "Cookies" category.

4. Safari: Navigate to the configuration menu and choose the "preferences" option.  Access the privacy settings.
Pick your preferred option within the "block cookies" section.
Keep in mind that disabling cookies may result in some functions being unavailable, leading to a potentially incomplete functionality of the site.
For those who prefer not to be tracked by cookies, Google has introduced an add-on that can be added to your browser. You can locate it at

Cookies on mobile devices:

Mobile devices also utilize cookies. Privacy settings can be adjusted following your mobile browser's.

Acceptance of cookies:

By continuing to browse, you are considered to have accepted the use of cookies by the Site. Blocking or refusing cookies may limit certain services and impact your access to specific site features. Refer to the British guide on data protection cookies for further information.


Contact us :

From 9am. to 6pm. Monday to Friday.

Phone: 01 151 528 0136