Cookies are tiny text files stored on your computer when you visit web pages.

In order for you to purchase items from US online, you need to have some cookies enabled on your computer or device.

If you disable these cookies, you may be able to still browse the site, however you may not be able to make purchases or take advantage of other features.

Cookies cannot harm your computer or device.

We do not store any information in cookies that could directly identify you (such as credit card details, for example).

We use cookies on our website to keep track of what you have in your basket, and to remember you when you return to our site.

We also use encrypted information stored in cookies to improve your experience of our site.

This might include suggesting products related to your searches, or storing information about errors you may encounter on the website so that we can resolve them.

We also use third-party scripts on our website to tailor the content you see on the site – for example, to show you related products similar to ones previously purchased or searched for.

Third party cookies are also used to provide anonymous statistical information, such as which pages are the most visited on our site, and how our site is found on the web.



We define cookie types as either 'First Party' or 'Third Party' cookies. First Party Cookies are those provided by us or our partners. Third Party cookies are ones that are utilised when you use certain features of the site. This might include sharing product information using Facebook or Twitter 'like' or 'share' buttons, for example.

Some cookies are known as 'session cookies' - these cookies are only stored on your computer while you are using your web browser. These cookies are deleted when your browser is closed. Other cookies expire after a certain time period.

A list of the cookies used, their behaviour and how long they are stored on your computer will provided below. We are currently awaiting confirmation from our website provider as to what cookies are used.

Providing you with this information is part of our initiative to comply with recent changes in the law regarding online privacy and the use of cookies, and our wider aim to provide a clear and honest approach to issues of privacy for our site visitors and customers.



Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies, and will have cookies enabled by default. You can read this guide on how to turn all or some cookies on or off in some of the most common browsers.

Visit the Network Advertising Initiative website to opt out of certain advertising cookies.



The following cookies are used whenever you use social media features (Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube) on our website, as well as cookies provided by our advertising partners. For example, if you choose to recommend one of our products on Facebook to your friends, or post about our products to Twitter using the social media buttons on our site then cookies from these companies may store that information.

Please note that we do not have any control over how the information in these cookies is used. Please refer to the cookie policies of the relevant provider for more information.

Note that these cookies do not have a direct impact on the usability, performance or functioning of our website.