Returning Agnotis products will only be accepted in cases where products are damaged or do not match our website description or do not correspond with your order.
In any case, the return of the products will take place after our communication and the returned products should be in the same condition as you received them.
What is a “cookie”?
"Cookies" are small files with information stored on your computer or mobile phone when you visit our website.
Why do we use "cookies"?
We use "cookies" to ensure that you have the best possible experience on our site. Our site uses "cookies", which may include third party cookies, that allow us to display ads relevant to your profile.
Are all “cookies” the same?
"Cookies" can be distinguished as follows:
Session cookies. These "cookies" are automatically deleted when you close your browser.
Persistent Cookies. These “cookies” remain on your device until they expire (their duration may be set in minutes, days or years from the date the cookie was created / updated).
Third Party Cookies. These "cookies" are stored on behalf of websites owned by third parties.
You can manage and delete "cookies" through your browser. However, deleting "cookies" can prevent you from experiencing the full experience of our site.
For more information please visit the following web pages: www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
How can you manage Agnotis “cookies”?
In order to provide you with the best experience in managing cookies, we classify the cookies of our website in four categories according to their purpose: essential, comfort, performance, advertising. You can enable or disable each of the above categories of cookies directly from this site (with the exception of the necessary "cookies" that are strictly necessary). In case of third-party cookies, our site will not use them after they are turned off (but we cannot delete them).
Essential: These "cookies" are necessary for the proper functioning of the web page. For example, "Cookies" to authenticate the user.
Comfort: These "cookies" allow us to improve the convenience and usability of our web pages. For example, comfort cookies can be used to save search results, language, character size etc.
Performance: These "cookies" collect information about the way you use the web pages. Those "cookies" help us, for example, identify particularly popular sections of our website. In this way, we can tailor the content of our web pages more specifically to your needs and thus improve our service to you.
Advertising: These "cookies" are used to send advertising and promotional information to you, e.g. according to the websites you have visited.