What is a cookie?

When you visit Thomas Bradley, cookies are stored on your computer. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser so that your computer will be recognized the next time you visit. No personal (sensitive) information is stored in our cookies.

Almost all websites use cookies. They are therefore located on your own computer to help you and to analyze how the website is used to improve the user experience. In many cases, cookies may even be necessary to provide a particular service on the website.

The information in your cookies is sent between your browser and a web server. This information includes user settings, login details and details of how the website is used.

What cookies are used at the Thomas Bradley website

  • Functional Cookies


When you visit, we collect information about this visit on our website. Each visit is stored. We use this information to improve your user experience, evaluate the use of individual items on, and support our marketing efforts.

When browsing, a service email may be activated. collects your internet behavior (e.g. categories, brands and displayed products) to improve the communication of relevant products and offers and to satisfy you. An example is the products you may have added to your shopping cart and decided not to purchase.

Automatic login

Based on various parameters, such as your IP address, the device you use and the cookies that are stored, Thomas Bradley records who you are and when you move between different pages and other services on the website. This means that if you are logged into our website, you are automatically logged in when you next visit on the same device. The same automatic login occurs when you click on an email from Thomas Bradley.

Analytical tool // analytical cookies

We use various analytical tools, such as Google Analytics, to collect statistics about the use of and to provide you with a better experience on our website.

In order to determine who is visiting our websites, we use cookies to track demographic and user-related statistics. This helps us to customize current content and services and create new ones that match the interests and desires of you and other users.

Third Party Cookies

Third party cookies are used to compile statistics about your visits to The cookie is then used, for example, to see which pages you visit and how long you stay on those pages. Google Analytics is used for this purpose.

You can opt out of Google Analytics here:

Marketing / retargeting

Thomas Bradley also works with companies to improve online advertising, so that you see only the relevant ads. We use the following channels for this purpose: Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Google.

Thomas Bradley includes third-party components, such as "Facebook recommend" and "Facebook likes. These external components ensure that the external component / channel - such as Facebook or Google - receives technical data about your browser, IP address and which pages you visit on and the like. The processing of your data, performed by the external owner, is beyond our control and is solely a relationship between you and the external owner.

Thomas Bradley uses these components to link directly to our social media pages for easy navigation for you, the customer.

Functionality requires a number of technical cookies to handle functionality in various places on These cookies are stored when you log on to In addition, cookies are stored to keep track of the contents of your shopping cart, your favorites, etc.

How do I prevent cookies?

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block all cookies and delete existing cookies from your computer. In addition, you will receive a warning before storing cookies.

We recommend that you read our cookie policy and those of other websites thoroughly before considering changing your cookie settings on your computer.
Changing cookie settings may result in a reduced user experience when you visit our and other websites.

Please note that if you do not accept cookies, a possible feature on may not work.

If you decide that you do not want to allow all cookies, you can change your browser settings. These settings can usually be found in the "Options" or "Preferences" menu of the browser you are using.

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