Conditions for use & Privacy policy


The use of this website implies acceptance of the conditions of use defined below. If you do not accept these conditions, you should cease accessing this website.


This website (, including its content and its domain name, owner of the website :

Franck Oddoux

La Bonnetière


Villard de Lans


Mail: [email protected]



1 rue des Rivières


69338 LYON Cedex 09


This site and its content are protected under the French Intellectual Property Code, specifically regarding copyright, industrial design rights and trademark rights. Except for personal and private use as defined by this code, it is prohibited to use or reproduce, in whole or in part, in any form whatsoever, the present site or its content without advance written permission from For such personal and private use, grants a limited, non-exclusive, revocable license to consult this site as is and at your risk. This license grants no rights, specifically no right to exploit the content commercially.


Although takes all reasonable measures to ensure that this website is continually accessible and that the information it contains is current, it is possible that there are errors in the information presented on this site or that technical difficulties or maintenance requirements impede or cut access to this site. In no case shall be held liable for any damages related to the use or the inability to use this website.

Personal information

All personal information that we collect is processed so that we may contact you, answer your questions or send you information regarding our products. The entity in charge of managing this data is

In compliance with the French law passed on January 6, 1978, and amended in 2004, regarding Information Technology, Liberty, and Data Privacy, you have the right to access and to change any personal data. You may exercise this right by sending an email to [email protected] You may also, for legitimate reasons, object to your personal information being processed in any way.





Privacy policy

What is this Charter? What is its objective? is concerned about protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal data.

This Charter has been drawn up in order to describe, and to inform you about, the operations that may be performed via the website (the “Website”) with your personal data.

It allows us to specify the identity of the controller, who controls and manages personal data collected via the Website, as well as the personal information collected, the purposes and methods of processing, the presence of cookies and what they are used for, and the extent of data transfers. The Charter also specifies the security measures implemented by in order to protect your data, and informs you of all the rights that you have over your personal data, in accordance with European Union regulations. It should be noted that said regulations only apply to citizens of the European Union.

The version of the Charter currently in effect is the one published on the Website. It may be amended and updated by us, and therefore we kindly ask you to consult the Charter on a regular basis so that you are kept abreast of the various changes.

Who manages, and who is responsible for my personal data collected via the Website?

This Website, including its contents, its domain name, and the management of the sale of products, is administered by



Franck Oddoux

La Bonnetière


Villard de Lans


Mail: [email protected]



The Website is hosted by


1 rue des Rivières


69338 LYON Cedex 09




Through our Website, we collect a variety of personal data about you, and process it for the purposes described below:


If you consent to the processing of your personal data for this purpose, we may send you promotional products, news and other promotional and non-commercial information, and inform you of the various events and events related to and lotteries.

The personal data collected by for this purpose concern your surname, first name, e-mail address, country of residence and language/s.

Website management:

If you merely visit or consult our Website, without purchasing any of our products, no personal data concerning you is collected or processed. The data collected during these operations is so-called “navigation” data and relates to the data collected by cookies (see section below).

This data does not allow us to identify you individually, or even to associate you with this data. It is only processed for audience, statistical and user experience enhancement purposes when you browse the Website.

You have the right to refuse to provide us with this data, but it should be noted that certain information is necessary in order to fulfill the purposes described above (excluding the management of the Website, for which some cookies may be disabled).

The communication of data for investigative, statistical and marketing purposes is in no way obligatory, and refusing to disclose data will in no way impede compliance with our contractual obligations towards you, or the provision of services via the Website.

Does the Website use cookies? What is their role?

The Website does indeed use cookies. Cookies are defined as small computer files, tracers that are installed on your device (computer or smart phone), and which facilitate navigation on our Website, by storing preferences and usernames and recommending customized content. Cookies are not malicious files.

The cookies used on our Website are divided into two categories: mandatory and functional.

Mandatory” cookies:

These cookies activate the essential functions without which the Website cannot function. They do not collect personal data for commercial purposes and cannot be disabled.

This category consists of the following groups of cookies:

“Hoster” cookies: make the connection between the Website and the servers that host it. These cookies are essential and necessary for the functioning of the Website.

Cookies related to e-commerce: memorise the contents of your basket, and keep you informed about the availability of those of our products which interest you (United States only).

“User experience” cookies: these cookies provide a personalised experience when you visit the Website. They record your preferences, particularly in terms of the language of the Website, the location, the range of products you view, and the mobile version or computer display on mobile devices.

Functional cookies:

These cookies offer advanced features to improve browsing on the Website. These ones do not collect personal data either, with the exception of your IP address, and they can be disabled if you so wish.

This category consists of the following groups of cookies:

Video player cookies (such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion): video player cookies allow you to view videos shared on the YouTube, Vimeo or Dailymotion platforms on the Website. By displaying these videos, you receive cookies from these platforms.

LinkedIn cookies: these cookies show you relevant job ads, both on the LinkedIn website and off it (advertiser’s website for example).

Google Tag Manager cookies: these cookies make it possible to measure traffic and user behaviour, and to ascertain the impact of online advertising and social networks. In practical terms, these cookies allow us to offer you even more personalised content based on the aspects in which you are interested.

Google AnalyticsTM cookies: these cookies are a tool for analysing and measuring the audience of the Website, and make it possible to analyse use of the Website and to compile statistics (distinction between different user sessions, new visits in particular).

Details on the processing of this data by Google are set out in its privacy policy, which can be accessed via the following link:
The security of your data, collected by Google through its Google AnalyticsTM cookie, is guaranteed by the principles set out in the “Privacy Shield” drawn up by the European Commission and the US Department of Commerce. The Privacy Shield is a certification mechanism for companies based in the United States that has been recognised by the European Commission as offering an adequate level of technical and legal protection to personal data transferred by a European entity to companies based in the United States.

These cookies (mandatory and functional) do not damage or jeopardise your device. They do not download any viruses or malware, run any software or programs, or spy on your device’s activities.

Once cookies are accepted, your preferences are saved for the next occasions on which you visit our Website, until you delete them from your device, or until their expiry date as defined by the national law and regulations and European Union regulations.

You can of course refuse to give permission for the use of cookies, by going to your browser settings, to the tab dedicated to the management of said cookies. It should be noted, however, that removing cookies may make it impossible to access certain parts of the Website or to procure certain services during your browsing session.

You can manage cookies relating to the Website at any time.

Cookies Management

Use one of the links below to disable cookies, depending on which web browser you use:

On Internet Explorer:

On Chrome:

On Firefox:

On Safari:

On Opera:


To exercise your rights, you can contact us at any time, free of charge, via the following address: [email protected] with a copy of your identity document attached.

Right of access:

This right allows you to contact us and obtain confirmation from us about whether or not your data is being processed and, if it is, to obtain a variety of information, including the purposes of said processing, the categories of data processed, the potential recipients of this data, etc.

If you exercise this right, we will provide you with a copy of the personal data concerning you that is being processed. It should be noted that we may require you to pay fees for any additional copies.

Right to rectification:

The right to rectification allows you to provide your personal details, and/or to obtain from rectification of any personal data concerning you that proves to be inaccurate.

Right to restriction of the processing:

This right makes it possible to restrict the use of your personal data by for one or more purposes, and may be exercised in the following cases:

When you dispute the accuracy of the personal data you have entered, in the timeframe required for to verify said accuracy;

When the processing is unlawful, but you do not want your data to be deleted;

When your data is no longer required for processing purposes, but said data is necessary in order to assert, exercise or defend legal rights;

When you have objected to the automated processing of your data.

This data will no longer be processed, and will only be processed with your consent. However, it should be noted that your data will still be stored by

Finally, you will be notified, before it takes place, about the lifting of the restriction on the processing of your data, for example when it transpires that the personal data is accurate or the processing of it becomes lawful.

Right to object:

This right allows you to object to the processing of your personal data for certain purposes. We will then no longer be able to process your data, unless we can demonstrate to you that such processing is necessary for, in particular for the purpose of asserting, exercising or defending legal rights.

You may also object to the processing of your personal data for prospecting purposes, at any time and at no cost.

Right to data portability:

This right entitles you to receive personal data concerning you, that you have provided to us, free of charge, and to disclose it to a new data controller, either through your own efforts or with the help of, where this is technically possible.

This right may be exercised when the processing is based on your consent or on the application of a contract, or when the processing of your data is carried out using automated processes.

The exercising of this right does not affect the exercising of the right to erase your data.

It should be noted that in the case of requests that are clearly improper or excessive, we reserve the right, at our sole discretion:

To demand that certain costs be paid so that the measures requested can be taken, or

To refuse to comply with these requests.

Right to erasure (the so-called “right to be forgotten”):

This right allows you to remove or delete personal data that you have given us, copies and reproductions of said data, and any links redirecting people to said data.

This right may be exercised, in particular, where:

Personal data is no longer necessary for the processing purposes for which it was collected, or when it is processed for a different purpose;

You decide to withdraw your consent to the processing of your data, and such processing is not authorized under any other legal basis;

You oppose the automated processing of your data, or the processing thereof for the purposes of commercial prospecting;

Your data has been processed unlawfully;

A national legal obligation and/or a European regulatory obligation requires the data controller to do so;

Data has been collected from a minor.

Who do I turn to if I become aware that has reneged on its obligations?

In the event that does not comply with its obligations under the applicable laws and regulations concerning the protection of personal data, in particular as regards the security of your data or the exercising of your rights, you may file a claim with the local supervisory authority.




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