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Here you’ll find information about cookies and how we use cookies on our website. What is a cookie? A cookie is a small file placed onto your device that enables website functions and targeted advertising. Cookies are very commonly used on modern websites, and their aim is to improve user experience by gathering data on how the website is performing. Does polar.com use cookies? Yes. Does polar.com require cookies to work? Yes. Why does polar.com use cookies? We use cookies to offer you the best possible user experience on our website. We categorize cookies used on polar.com into three categories: Analytics & research: these cookies help us analyze how well our site is performing. We use this information to improve your experience on our website. An example: We use cookies to count the number of times an ad is shown or how often people click or view our ads. We use this data to analyze whether the ad is relevant and useful. Advertising: we may use cookies to show you more relevant advertising on polar.com and outside it as well. We also use cookies to see whether someone made an action on our site after seeing an ad. An example: Cookies allow us to display ads to people who have previously visited polar.com or purchased our products. Functionality: if you are signed in to polar.com (or any of our websites) we may use cookies to personalize your experience to show you more relevant content. An example: You get to see more relevant accessory recommendations when you’re logged in to polar.com. Does polar.com use third party cookies? Yes. We mainly use third party cookies for advertising and analytics. To see all of our cookies, please see our cookie table. Disabling cookies You can control the usage of cookies in your web browser settings. You can disable cookies completely if you want to, but this could mean that polar.com may not function properly and cannot offer you the best possible user experience. More about cookies http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/

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