Security Security while shopping on the Internet is of utmost importance to is committed to protecting your privacy and does not disclose customers details to third parties and complies with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Enabling Cookies (recommended)
EV SSL (Extended Validation SSL) Privacy

Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology is a standard Internet method of encrypting information exchange between your browser and the website. All of our web pages are secure and begin with 'https', whereas sites beginning with 'http' are not secure. On fully secure pages you will see the padlock icon on your browser status. The padlock icon is in different locations in different browsers and versions - for example the padlock is at the top next to the URL entry field in Internet Explorer 7, whilst it is shown at the bottom in older versions of Internet Explorer. Our EV SSL certificate uses the latest 2048 bit RSA key size for stronger encryption.

EV SSL (Extended Validation SSL)
We've gone green! We have an Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate, which is the highest assurance certificate. The green address bar, exclusive to EV SSL, provides visual assurance to visitors that the site is verified and secured. An EV SSL certificate assures you that the most complete and thorough checks have been preformed on our company by the certificate issuer, Comodo, to validate our identity before issuing our EV SSL certificate.

On some browsers, URL bar turning green indicates now has Extended Validation SSL

The Extended Validation provides assurance of who you are dealing with. Even if your web browser does not support the new EV identifier, your web transactions are still encrypted over SSL.

These are the browsers as of December 2008 that support the EV identifier. If a site uses an EV Certificate and it is valid, it typically changes some part of the Address Bar to a shade of green.

  • Internet Explorer 7+
  • Firefox 3+
  • Safari 3.2+
  • Google Chrome 1.x+
  • Opera 9.5x+
  • Comodo Dragon 0.9x+

Some reasons why your URL bar does not turn green, even though we have EV SSL:

  • Your URL address bar has been hi-jacked by other providers of online security software. Look out for other icons on your URL address bar.
  • In IE 7, the Phishing filter is not enabled. IE 7 requires the Phishing filter (Tools Menu) to be on. On Windows XP it is off by default.
  • In Firefox 3, OCSP is off. Firefox 3 requires OCSP to be on, which is the default.
  • Your web browser does not support EV. Most modern browsers do support it. If yours doesn't support EV then you will still have protection of SSL encryption.
  • Your web browser DOES support EV, but does not change the URL address bar.

Personal Data and Payment Details
We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.
When submitting your order you are confirming to purchase goods and allowing to use your personal details for the purpose of supplying goods. Any information given at the time of ordering may be collected and used for marketing purposes, but will not be supplied to third parties. If you would prefer not to receive information about products, promotions and vouchers, please untick the newsletter box when creating or editing your account details or click on Unsubscribe on the newsletter page or contact us.

Information is collected lawfully and in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998. If you have any questions or concerns about privacy matters please contact us. Click here to read our privacy policy. will never collect sensitive information about you without your explicit consent.

Enabling Cookies (recommended) only use 'web cookies' to collect data for the shopping cart. Cookies are simply packets of data only readable by the site originates them and they are not programs. Cookies cannot infect your PC or send us any information about your PC or about you that you do not explicitly provide. does not use cookies to target you with any third-party pop-up ads or pass any data about you to third-parties. For a full explanation of cookies please see

Many website shopping carts use cookies to remember information about your shopping cart, so we recommend you enable cookie sessions in your browser privacy settings.

For example, in Internet Explorer 7:

  1. Select Tools->Internet Options on the browser menu bar.
  2. Select Privacy tab on the Internet Options window.
  3. Click Advanced button.
  4. On Advanced Privacy Settings window:
    1. Tick Overide automatic cookie handling.
    2. Tick Always allow session cookies.
    3. You can decide whether to Accept, Block or Prompt for all other first-party and third-party cookies, so you still have control over blocking those if you wish, whilst allowing session cookies for safe shopping carts.
  5. Click on OK on both windows to save settings.

Thank you for taking the time to read about our security policy.