Cookies Policy


What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files stored on your browser when you visit some Internet pages. Enabling cookies is highly suggested if you want to order products from If you prefer not to accept cookies, you will still be able to navigate the site, but some of its functions might be deactivated. In most browsers, cookies are active by default; in this page you will find info on how to edit the settings of cookies on your browser. Cookies do not damage your devices in any way. The cookies we generate do not store personal info that may identify you, such as credit card details: we simply use encrypted information to improve the time you spend on our site. For example, they are useful to identify and clear errors, or to define relevant ‘other products’ to show the visitor during navigation. Cookies can be useful, e.g., to remember your preferences and allow you to navigate in an efficient way. In general, they can improve the user’s permanence on the site. has the right to use cookies with the user’s consent, in line with all the applicable laws and regulations, to simplify the navigation on the site and customize the information you want to be shown. also has the right to use similar systems to gather information about site users (for example their IP address, browser, operating system, Web pages visited by a user)for statistics or safety reasons. Here is a detailed explanation of how uses cookies and similar tools.

Navigation cookies

Navigation cookies are fundamental to allow you to move within the site and use all its functions. Without these cookies we would not be able to offer the required services, for example the shopping trolley, checkout or e-billing. In this sense, navigation cookies are necessary, as they are used to memorize univocal information for the management and identification of a user, as opposed to all the other users who are browsing the site in the same moment. Some examples of “events” that make navigation cookies necessary: - Remembering previous actions, in case you want to browse back through the pages you already opened during the session - Managing and passing security tokens to the various services within the site, for example to identify the visitor’s status (registered or unregistered) - Navigation of the site’s reserved area - Suggesting client-specific versions/application of a service

Performance cookies

These cookies can be managed directly by or by third-part partners. Performance cookies can be ‘session cookies’ or ‘persistent cookies’, and their use is limited to performance and the improvement of the Internet site. These cookies gather information on how a visitor uses the site (for example, their browsing history). These cookies never gather any information that might identify the user. All the information gathered by these cookies are aggregated anonymously and are meant to improve the functions of the site, including Web Analytics, affiliation systems, error management, A/B test or multitests.

Functionality cookies

These cookies they can be owned by or by commercial partners, and are related to actions made by users on the site. They can be used, for example, to avoid repeatedly offering a service that a user already refused. Functionality cookies allow users of a site to remember the user’s choices, such as user name, language, country of origin, etc. All the info gathered by these cookies are anonymous and they cannot trace the user’s behaviour on other sites. Functionality cookies are indispensable for the site to remember the settings applied by a user (for example layout, font size, preferences, colours etc.) or remember a preference so that there is no further need to fill in a questionnaire, check whether a service has already been offered etc.

Third-party cookies for marketing/retargeting

These cookie are used by partners of in order to show you advertising banners of within other sites. During your navigation on, these same cookies can also be used to show you products that might be of interest to you, or similar a to those you have seen previously, according to your browsing history. The use of these cookies allows the connection to your computer or to other devices and tracks stored data: these cookies connect to the browser on your computer or to other devices used while browsing our site.

How can I opt out of cookies?

Most browser accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to opt out. This might not allow you to navigate freely between pages and to fully exploit all the peculiarities of the site. If you do not want your computer to receive and store cookies, you can edit the safety settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). However, parts of our site can be fully used only if your browser accepts cookies (for example, the functions Add to Shopping Basket or Buy). Below are brief instructions on how to opt out of cookies from the four most used browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Click on the ‘Tools’ icon in the top right corner and select ‘Internet Options’. In the pop-up window, select 'Privacy'. Now you can edit the settings of your cookies. Google Chrome Click on the wrench icon in the top right corner and select 'Settings'. Select 'Show advanced settings’ and edit the 'Privacy' settings. Mozilla Firefox Open the drop down menu on the top left corner and select 'Options'. In the pop-up window, select 'Privacy'. Now you can edit the settings of your cookies. Safari Open the drop down settings menu in the top right corner, select 'Preferences'. Select 'Safety' and edit the settings of your cookies.

To learn more about cookies and how to manage or opt out of third-party cookies or marketing/retargeting cookies, visit To opt out of analytical cookies and stop Google Analytics from gathering your navigation data, you can download the browser Add-on that opts out of Google Analytics: