In accordance with Chapter Two of Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE), this website is owned by COMANSI S.L., with offices at C/ MURCIA 50 NAVE, 08830 SANT BOI DE LLOBREGAT, BARCELONA and VAT B63111868, telephone 933364653, e-mail

In accordance with the Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on the protection of personal data, COMANSI S.L. informs you that all data you provide to us voluntarily will be incorporated into an automated and manual personal data file, registered with the Data Protection Agency, which will be used for commercial and administrative purposes in dealings with customers. It also incorporates all the security measures established in Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December.

The undersigned guarantees that the information provided is correct and promises to notify us of any change made thereto.

Personal information is required when contacting us or seeking information regarding COMANSI S.L. products and services.

Refusal to provide the required information or to accept our data protection policy not being able to sign up, register or receive information on COMANSI, S.L. products and services.

Pursuant to Organic Law15/1999 of 13 December, you may exercise your right to access, rectify, cancel and/or oppose or update their data by writing to COMANSI, S.L., at C/ MURCIA 50 NAVE, 08830, SANT BOI DE LLOBREGAT, BARCELONA, or by email to, specifying the reference: “LOPD, Derechos ARCO”, and attaching a photocopy of your ID card, as legally required.

In order to exercise these rights, you will need to verify your information, by sending us a photocopy of any legally-valid identity document (Spanish DNI, etc.)

COMANSI, S.L. will not provide your data to any third party. You will be informed and your express consent will be sought before we provide any information to any other concern.


The User declares that they have been informed of the conditions relating to the protection of personal information, and accepts and consents to the automated treatment of their personal data by COMANSI, S.L. in the manner and for the purposes outlined in this Data Protection Policy.

Accordingly, by using this form to contact COMANSI, S.L., you expressly consent to the use of your data for commercial correspondence to be sent to you by any means, including email. This consent may be revoked at any time, by writing to COMANSI, S.L.


COMANSI, S.L. reserves the right to update, change or remove the information published on its websites, and may limit or block access to said information.

COMANSI, S.L. accepts no responsibility for information contained on third-party websites accessed via links from any website owned by COMANSI, S.L.

Any links given on COMANSI, S.L. websites are there for information only and are in no way suggestions, invitations or endorsement.


The industrial property rights over the content of the websites, including graphic design and code, are owned by COMANSI, S.L. As such, they may not be reproduced, distributed, transformed or in any other way used without obtaining prior written consent from COMANSI, S.L.


In general, the relations between COMANSI, S.L. and the Users of our website services are covered by to Spanish legislation and Jurisdiction.


This website uses cookies.

The Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce Law requires website owners to seek the consent of their Users before using cookies, even though not all cookies require User consent.

This page offers useful information about the types of cookies we use, to ensure you understand what you are giving consent to.

How do we ask for consent to use cookies?

The first time you access our website, you will see a banner, a type of ad, saying: “This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse, you consent to the use of cookies (click the OK button). More information about cookies.” From then on, you decide whether you want to continue browsing or to leave our website, if you prefer not to accept cookies.

What are cookies?

A cookie is text file stored on your hard drive (more precisely in your browser folder) when you visit a website.

What are they used for?

Cookies are used to personalise and facilitate the browser experience.

Cookies are associated only with one anonymous User and their computer. They cannot be used to extract the User's personal data.

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- Cookies are small pieces of text. They are not programmes and cannot be run like code. Here is a typical cookie:

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- Cookies cannot be used to spread viruses.

- Cookies are stored in your hard drive and cannot read other information stored there.

- Websites also offer Users tools to control the use of cookies.

What types of cookies are most usual?

There are several classes of cookies

1. From a User consent perspective, we may class them into:

- Strictly necessary: cookies that do not require User consent

They may be used for any of the following purposes:

To allow communication between the User's computer and the network, but only between them.

To provide a service expressly requested by the User.

In this regard, Order 4/20123 from the Article 29 Working Group interprets that consent does not have to be sought for the following types of cookies:

User input cookies

Authentication cookies or User identification (session only)

User’s Security cookies

Multimedia player session cookies

Load balancing session cookies

UI customisation cookies

Social plugin cookies

- User’s consent cookies

All cookies not included among the above

2. From the perspective of what they are used for:

Technical cookies

Customisation cookies

Analytics cookies

Advertising cookies

Behavioural advertising cookies

3. By how long they remain active in the User’s system

Session cookies

Permanent cookies

4. By who they are managed by

Own cookies: Cookies sent to the User's terminal by the manager of the system or website domain that provides the service requested by the User.

Third party cookies: Third party cookies are sent to the User's terminal by a system or website domain managed not by its author but by any other agency that processes the data obtained by the cookies.

Cookies installed by a system or domain managed by the author, when the information they gather is processed by a third party, are not considered own cookies.

What types of cookies does this website use?

This website uses:

Technical cookies, ones which are strictly necessary for our website to operate correctly.

These include the cookies needed for Users to register, manage their shopping cart, etc.

WordPress cookies, used to allow Users to browse our website

PayPal cookies, to handle payments of orders

Social media cookies

Analytics cookies. These cookies have to do with Google Analytics. More information about Google Analytics cookies

YouTube cookies, to insert videos into our website

How can I manage/block cookies in my browser?

All browsers allow you to manage your privacy and cookies, and you may even reject or opt out from cookies.

Here are some links with information on different browsers

Google Chrome:


Internet Explorer:


Google has developed a Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on, which you can find here:

The Spanish Data Protection Agency guide to cookies here:

Another page with useful information about cookies: