Functional cookies are absolutely necessary for the functionality of the web shop. These cookies assign a unique random ID to your browser so that your unhindered shopping experience can be guaranteed over several page views.
The session cookie stores your shopping data over several page views and is therefore essential for your personal shopping experience.
Information on origin:
The cookie stores the referrer and the first page visited by the user for further use.
Saves which cookies have already been accepted by the user for the first time.
The CSRF token cookie contributes to your security. It strengthens the security of forms against unwanted hacker attacks.
The cookie is used to differentiate the cache for different scenarios and page users.
The cookie is used to store the cookie settings of the site user over several browser sessions.
The cookie is used to provide the system with the user's current time zone.
The cookie is used for payment transactions via Amazon.
Service cookies are used to provide the user with additional offers (e.g. live chats) on the website. Information obtained via these service cookies may also be processed for site analysis.
Userlike provides a live chat for site users. The cookie ensures the function of the application over several page views.
Cookies used for statistics and shop performance metrics.
Google Analytics Ads & Facebook
Marketing cookies are used to display advertisements on the website in a targeted and individualized manner across multiple page views and browser sessions.
Google conversion tracking:
The Google Conversion Tracking Cookie is used to track conversions on the website effectively. This information is used by the site operator to target Google AdWords campaigns.
The cookie is used by Facebook to display personalized advertising offers based on user behavior to users of websites that integrate Facebook services.
The cookie is used by Google AdSense to promote advertising efficiency on the website.
Tracking cookies help the shop operator to collect and evaluate information about the behaviour of users on their website.
Google Analytics is used for traffic analysis of the website. Thereby statistics about website activities can be created and read out.
Hotjar cookies are used to analyze website activities of users. The site user is identified by the cookie over several page views and his or her behavior is analyzed.