Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

We Use Cookies

Using cookies allows us to offer a range of features and services that otherwise would not be available – we have detailed some of these below. It is possible to disable cookies, but in doing so it may make certain parts of our website inaccessible.

You can set your preferences here.

Disabling Cookies

You can prevent our website from setting cookies by adjusting your browser settings (your browser’s Help section will detail how to do this). Be aware that disabling cookies will affect the functionality of this website and in some cases other websites that you visit.

The Cookies We Set

If you create or sign in to an account with us, then we will use cookies to remember that you have logged in. We also use cookies to remember any items that you may add to an enquiry or cart, and we use them to remember settings for user interface features that you can interact with.

Session Cookies

Immediately upon visiting our website, your browser may receive a session cookie. This session cookies help us to identify you as the user of our website so we can safely detect if you log in, log out or interact with features on our web pages. This session cookie stores no personal data. It only stores your unique ‘id’ so our website can function correctly.

Email Newsletters Related Cookies

Our website offers a newsletter subscription service and cookies may be used to remember if you have already subscribed so we don’t ask you to subscribe again, we may also store newsletter preferences in a cookie.

Essential Cookies

Some essential cookies are required for our website to function. These cookies allow visitors to move around our website and use pages and their most basic features.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics uses cookies and allows us to count visits and traffic sources to our website. We use this so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. Google Analytics lets us know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All of the information collected from analytics cookies is anonymous and does not store any personal information.


We use some third-party cookies for marketing and re-targeting purposes. We have no direct control over these cookies.  We may, from time to time, use Vbout, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google’s pixels to track our marketing efforts and to use their marketing features.


Some cookies we store allow us to remember user interface choices you make (such as choosing a language or sequence of items on a page). These cookies allow us to provide you with a better user experience.

Third-Party Cookies

We use the following third-party software (some always, some from time to time). Your cookie preferences may restrict some of these platforms from being used:

Facebook (Offsite Ads)
We use Facebook for advertising and re-targeting users who have visited our website.
Cookies may be used here to track your visit to our website.

Youtube (Essential)
We embed videos on our website. YouTube may use Cookies to load its content.

Google Analytics (Analytics)
We use Google Analytics to track how you browse and shop on our website and to see what hardware/software you use.

Google Tag Manager (Essential)
We use Google Tag Manager to manage the third-party code we embed.

Google Ads (Offsite Ads)
We use Google Ads and cookies may be used to track your use of our website and shopping behaviour.

LinkedIn (Offsite Ads)
We use LinkedIn for advertising and re-targeting users who have visited our website.
Cookies may be used here to track your visit to our website.

Other software may be added over time. We aim to keep the list above as up-to-date as possible.