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>>> TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR CONSUMERS

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TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR CONSUMERS

Article 1. Scope of Application

1. The following Terms & Conditions shall regulate the sale of goods carried out by EXP GmbH via their online shop at www.exp-tech.de

2. These Terms & Conditions shall apply exclusively between EXP GmbH and Consumers. Within the context of these Terms & Conditions, a "consumer" shall be any private individual concluding a legal transaction for purposes which predominantly cannot be considered part of their commercial or their professional activities carried out on a self-employed basis.

3. EXP GmbH shall hereafter be referred to as "Supplier". The contractual partner shall hereafter be referred to as "Customer".

4. In the event that the Customer is using their own terms & conditions with different contents, only the Supplier's Terms & Conditions shall apply. We shall only recognise any of the Customer's conflicting conditions or conditions deviating from our Terms & Conditions if we expressly agree to their applying in writing.


Article 2. Conclusion of Agreement

1. The following languages are available for the conclusion of this Agreement:
- German

2. The presentation of the goods and offers of the Supplier in the online shop on their website shall not constitute a binding offer to conclude an agreement.

3. By using the button "Execute Purchase", the Customer submits a binding offer to the Supplier. Immediately after that, the Customer will receive an e-mail from the Supplier confirming the receipt of the order; it will be sent to the e-mail address indicated by them (confirmation of receipt). A confirmation of receipt does not constitute an acceptance of the offer.

4. The Supplier shall have the right to send to the customer an order confirmation via e-mail within 2 working days. The Purchase Agreement shall only become valid following this order confirmation.

5. After the lapse of the period according to Article 2 (4), the Customer shall no longer be bound by their offer.

6. Ordering via Online Shop

1. Adding goods to the basket

During the first step, the Customer can add one or several products to their basket. The user can view the basket by clicking the button "View Basket".

2. Entering Information about the country of destination, shipping method and payment method

During the next step, the Customer must enter information about the country of destination and select the shipping method in the basket. Now, the Customer can continue shopping by clicking the button "Continue Shopping". Alternatively, the Customer can use the button "Go to Checkout".

3. Edit or delete the contents of the basket

The Customer can at any time correct the entered information prior to submitting the order by using the delete button. Furthermore, the basket can be emptied completely by using the button "Empty Basket". The Supplier shall inform the Customer about any correction options in the course of the entire ordering process. The Customer can also completely terminate the ordering process at any time by closing the browser window.

4. Customer Registration

After the Customer clicks the button "Go to Checkout", they will be asked whether a customer account should be created for this Customer or whether they would like to continue as a guest.

If the Customer already has an customer account, they can directly sign in underneath the "Log In" option by using their e-mail address and password.

5. Entering Customer Data

During the fifth step, the Customer must enter their personal data, information about the invoice address as well as the dispatch address (if it differs from the invoice address) and select the payment method.

6. Checking the order

During the next step, the complete information entered by the customer for their order is displayed: Shipment and invoice address, shipment method, payment method and the goods ordered. Here, the customer can re-check the information they entered and, if necessary, make any changes and corrections.

Furthermore, the Customer's attention is drawn to the Terms & Conditions. The Customer must confirm that they have read and accepted the Terms & Conditions by using the mouse to check the according checkbox.

7. Submitting the order

The order will be submitted after the Customer clicks the button "Execute Purchase".


Article 3. Text of the Agreement

1. The Customer can always view the Supplier's Terms & Conditions at www.exp-tech.de, which they can print or save.

2. The Supplier will save the order data (text of the Agreement). As a registered customer, you can access your previous orders via the customer log-in area (My Orders).

3. The order data and the Supplier's Terms and Conditions shall be sent to the customer upon the submission of the order to the e-mail address indicated by the Customer (order confirmation).

 

Article 4. Retention of Title

The ordered goods shall remain property of the Supplier until such time as the purchase price is paid in full.


Article 5. Warranty

1. In the event of warranty claims, the Supplier is first of all required to ensure a subsequent performance of their duties. In the course of the subsequent performance of their duties, the Customer can choose whether they want the defects to be rectified (repair) or whether they want the goods to be replaced (subsequent delivery).

If the subsequent performance of the Supplier's duties fails, if they legitimately refuse a subsequent performance of their duties or if no results have been achieved after the time period granted to the Supplier has lapsed, the Customer has the right to demand a price reduction (discount), to declare their withdrawal from the Agreement and/or to claim damages or a compensation for unnecessary expenses.

2. The warranty claims due to defects lapse two years following the acceptance of the sold goods.

3. No warranty shall be offered
for any defects due to natural wear and tear, improper use, deviation from intended operating conditions, electric influences (including any power fluctuations in the power supply),


Article 6. Delivery Terms/Time

1. Goods can be ordered and delivered within Germany, to all EU countries as well as to Norway and Switzerland. Goods will be sent via DHL Express and DHL Parcel.

2. Unless specified otherwise in the offer, the following delivery times shall apply:

DHL Express:
Time for deliveries within Germany: within 1 working day
Delivery times to EU countries, Norway and Switzerland: within 1 working day

DHL Parcel:
Delivery times within Germany: 1-3 working days
Delivery times to EU countries, Norway and Switzerland: 3-6 working days

Delivery time in case of advance payment: 4-6 working days for deliveries within Germany and 4-9 working days for deliveries to EU countries, Norway and Switzerland (under consideration of the 2-3 working days that banks require to process the payment)

In case of advance payment, the delivery time begins on the day following the payment order to the bank responsible for carrying out the money transfer, and in case of any other payment methods, it begins on the day following the date of the Agreement; it ends on the last day of the scheduled time period. If the end of this scheduled period should fall on a Sunday or a bank holiday in the country of destination, the period shall end on the next working day, providing that deliveries can also be made on Saturdays.

3. Any delays in the delivery and/or performance of duties due to force majeure (acts of God) and due to any events which the Supplier is not responsible for and which render a timely delivery/performance of duties temporarily impossible shall relieve the Supplier from their delivery and duty performance obligations for such time period as those circumstances should last. During such time, the Customer shall not have the right to grant us any periods of grace in order to claim damages or withdraw from the Agreement if no results have been achieved. Should the Supplier be responsible for the non-performance of their duties, the Supplier's duty to perform the delivery/services and the Customer's right to set periods of grace shall not be affected.

4. Should the Customer provide any inaccurate or incomplete information about their address, or if the goods cannot be delivered due to any other reasons which the Buyer is not responsible for, the Customer shall be deemed in default of acceptance. This shall result in the Customer being obligated to compensate the Supplier for the costs incurred by the default of acceptance or by the violation of any other duty of cooperation and for the purposes of preservation and storage of the goods. Any remaining rights of the Supplier, in particular their right to withdraw from the Agreement, shall remain unaffected.

5. In the event of the purchased goods being damaged or lost for reasons which the Supplier is not deliberately or due to gross negligence responsible for, the Customer remains obligated to pay the purchase price, while the Supplier shall no longer be obligated to perform the duty in question.


Article 7. Prices and Shipping Costs

1. The indicated prices are final prices, i.e. they include the applicable German value-added tax as well as any other price elements.

2. The delivery shall be carried out against a flat packaging and shipping fee. The packaging, shipping and insurance costs are summarised in the table "Shipping Costs"


Article 8. Payment Terms / Due Dates / Default

1. The Customer can choose between the following payment methods: Advance payment, credit card (Master/EuroCard) or PayPal.

Advance Payment:
If the advance payment option is chosen, the Customer can find the Supplier's bank account number in the order confirmation. The invoice amount must be paid within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of the Agreement.

Credit Card:
The credit card account shall be charged upon completion of the order.

PayPal:
The Customer shall pay directly via their PayPal account. Upon submitting their order, the Customer will be forwarded to PayPal and must transfer the order value. Once the Supplier's PayPal account has been notified about the Customer's authorisation, the shipping shall be carried out subject to the delivery times specified for the respective goods. Upon the goods being shipped, the Customer's PayPal account will be charged with the actual invoice amount after deduction of any potential discounts, gift vouchers etc.

2. In the event of default, the Supplier shall have the right to charge default interest in the amount of 5 % above the applicable base interest rate.

Otherwise, should the Customer be in default of payment, the Supplier shall have the right to withdraw from the Agreement if no results have been achieved and to claim damages.


Article 9. Liability

1. The Supplier shall only be liable for damages (regardless of the legal reasons) if the Supplier, their legal representative or an agent caused these damages in a deliberate or a grossly negligent manner.
2. The limitation of liability indicated in (1) shall not apply
to damages to life, body or health
in the event of any violation of duties, the performance of which makes a proper performance of the Agreement possible in the first place and the compliance with which the contractual partner systematically relies on and has any right to rely on (essential contractual duties)
in the event of fraudulent concealing of any defect by us
in the event of liability pursuant to the German Product Liability Law
in the event of the Supplier offering an attribute and/or durability warranty.
3. In case of a negligent violation of an essential contractual duty, the liability amount shall only be limited to damages predictable upon conclusion of the Agreement and typical for this kind of agreement.


Article 10 Privacy

1. In the course of initiation, conclusion, implementation or rescinding of a contract, the Supplier shall collect, save and process data within the framework of the applicable data protection legislation.

2. The detailed information regarding data protection and safety can be found in the Privacy Statement. The Supplier's privacy information can be found here.


Article 11. The Customer's Legal Right of Withdrawal

Right of Withdrawal

You have the right to withdraw from the Agreement within fourteen days without having to state your reasons for doing so. The cooling-off period shall be fourteen days from the day on which you or a third party authorised by you (that is not identical with the carrier) has/have accepted the last goods.

In order to make use of your right of withdrawal, you must inform us

EXP GmbH
Zinzingerstr. 34
D-66117 Saarbrücken
Phone: 0049 681/965901-50
Fax: 0049 681/965901-69
E-mail: info@exp-tech.de

by means of a clear declaration of your decision to withdraw from this Agreement, e.g. by means of a letter sent by post or fax or an e-mail.

For this purpose, you may use the attached example of a withdrawal form, but you are not obligated to use it.

In order for the withdrawal period to be deemed complied with, it is enough for you to send off your notice regarding your making use of your right of withdrawal before the end of the withdrawal period.

Consequences of a Withdrawal:

If you withdraw from this Agreement, we shall be obligated to refund you all payments received from you, including the delivery costs (with the exception of any additional costs resulting from you having selected a delivery method different from the standard budget delivery method offered by us); the refund shall be carried out immediately, no later than fourteen days following the day
when your notice of withdrawal from this Agreement was received by us.

For this refund, we shall use the same payment method used by you to carry out the original transaction, unless expressly agreed otherwise with you; in no event will we charge you any fees in connection with this refund. We may refuse to refund you your money until such time as the goods have been returned to us or until you have proven that you have sent the goods back, whichever was earliest.

You must send or hand over the goods back to us immediately and in any case no later than within fourteen days following the day of your notifying us of you withdrawing from the Agreement. The scheduled period shall be deemed as complied with if you send off the goods within fourteen days.

You bear the cost of returning goods if the delivered goods correspond to the ordered good and if the price of the goods does not exceed an amount of 40 Euro.
Otherwise, the return from Germany is free. For all other countries you have to bear the cost of returning goods.

You shall only have to bear the costs for any loss in value if this loss in value can be attributed to those goods being handled in any way not necessary for checking the attributes, qualities and functioning of the goods.


Withdrawal Form example

If you want to withdraw from the Agreement, please fill out this form and send it back to us.)

- EXP GmbH
Zinzingerstr. 34
D-66117 Saarbrücken
Fax: 0049 681/965901-69
E-mail: info@exp-tech.de

- Herewith, I/we would like to withdraw from the Agreement for the purchase of the following goods (*)/the performance of the following service (*) concluded by me/us

- Ordered on (*)/received on (*)

- Name of the customer(s)

- Address of the customer(s)

- Signature of the Customer(s) (only if submitted on paper)

- Date

_______________
(*) Delete as applicable.


Article 12. Applicable Law

Any contractual relationships of the Parties shall be regulated by the applicable law of the Federal Republic of Germany excluding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods This choice of applicable law shall only apply to customers under the condition that the protection it offers is not suspended by mandatory provisions of the laws of the country in which the Customer is resident.


Article 13. German Battery Act

With regards to the sale of batteries or to the supply of devices containing batteries, we are obligated to draw your attention to the following:

You, as an end user, are legally obligated to return any used batteries. You can return any old batteries that are or were offered by us as new batteries  as part of our product range to our dispatch warehouse (dispatch address). The symbols on the batteries have the following meanings:

The crossed-out rubbish bin means that the battery may not be disposed of together with household waste.

Pb = Battery contains over 0.004% w/w of lead.
Cd = Battery contains over 0.002% w/w of cadmium
Hg = Battery contains over 0.0005% w/w of mercury.

Kindly make sure that the above directives are complied with.

 



TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR TRADERS
 
Article 1. Scope of Application

1. The following Terms & Conditions shall regulate the sale of goods carried out by EXP GmbH via their online shop at www.exp-tech.de

2. These Terms & Conditions shall apply exclusively between EXP-GmbH and Traders. A "Trader" within the context of these T&C is a private or a legal entity or a partnership with legal capacity that acts in the execution of its commercial or independent professional activity when concluding a legal transaction.

3. EXP GmbH shall hereafter be referred to as "Supplier". The contractual partner shall hereafter be referred to as "Customer".

4. In the event that the Customer is using their own terms & conditions with different contents, only the Supplier's Terms & Conditions shall apply. We shall only recognise any of the Customer's conflicting conditions or conditions deviating from our Terms & Conditions if we expressly agree to their applying in writing.


Article 2. Conclusion of Agreement

1. The following languages are available for the conclusion of this Agreement:
- German

2. The presentation of the goods and offers of the Supplier in the online shop on their website shall not constitute a binding offer to conclude an agreement.

3. By using the button "Execute Purchase", the Customer submits a binding offer to the Supplier. Immediately after that, the Customer will receive an e-mail from the Supplier confirming the receipt of the order; it will be sent to the e-mail address indicated by them (confirmation of receipt). A confirmation of receipt does not constitute an acceptance of the offer.

4. The Supplier shall have the right to send to the customer an order confirmation via e-mail within 2 working days. The Purchase Agreement shall only become valid following this order confirmation.

5. After the lapse of the period according to Article 2 (4), the Customer shall no longer be bound by their offer.

6. The Customer can also submit a binding order using e-mail or fax. The acceptance of the order (order confirmation) shall be effected via e-mail.

7. Ordering via Online Shop

1. Adding goods to the basket

During the first step, the Customer can add one or several products to their basket. The user can view the basket by clicking the button "View Basket".

2. Entering Information about the country of destination, shipping method and payment method

During the next step, the Customer must enter information about the country of destination and select the shipping method in the basket. Now, the Customer can continue shopping by clicking the button "Continue Shopping". Alternatively, the Customer can use the button "Go to Checkout".

3. Edit or delete the contents of the basket

The Customer can at any time correct the entered information prior to submitting the order by using the delete button. Furthermore, the basket can be emptied completely by using the button "Empty Basket". The Supplier shall inform the Customer about any correction options in the course of the entire ordering process. The Customer can also completely terminate the ordering process at any time by closing the browser window.

4. Customer Registration

After the Customer clicks the button "Go to Checkout", they will be asked whether a customer account should be created for this Customer or whether they would like to continue as a guest.

If the Customer already has a customer account, they can sign in directly underneath the "Log In" option by using their e-mail address and password.

5. Entering Customer Data

During the fifth step, the Customer must enter their personal data, information about the invoice address as well as the dispatch address (if it differs from the invoice address) and select the payment method.

6. Checking the order

During the next step, the complete information entered by the customer for their order is displayed: Shipment and invoice address, shipment method, payment method and the goods ordered. Here, the customer can re-check the information they entered and, if necessary, make any changes and corrections.

Furthermore, the Customer's attention is drawn to the Terms & Conditions. The Customer must confirm that they have read and accepted the Terms & Conditions by using the mouse to check the according checkbox.

7. Submitting the order

The order will be submitted after the Customer clicks the button "Execute Purchase".


Article 3. Text of the Agreement

1. The Customer can always view the Supplier's Terms & Conditions at www.exp-tech.de, which they can print or save.

2. The Supplier will save the order data (text of the Agreement). As a registered customer, you can access your previous orders via the customer log-in area (My Orders).

3. The order data and the Supplier's Terms and Conditions shall be sent to the customer upon the submission of the order to the e-mail address indicated by the Customer (order confirmation).


Article 4. Retention of Title

1. The ordered goods shall remain property of the Supplier until such time as the purchase price is paid in full.

2. When third parties access the reserved property, the Customer shall immediately draw their attention to the fact that those goods are property of the Supplier and notify the Supplier about the attempt to access them.

3. If the Customer is a trader, the Customer shall have the right to resell the supplied goods in the ordinary course of business; however, they shall now assign to the Supplier all claims in the amount of the end invoice amount including VAT arising from such resale to their buyers or third parties, regardless of whether the supplied goods were resold without or after being processed.

The Customer shall have the right to collect debts from claims assigned to third parties even after the claims have been assigned and until revocation. The Supplier's authorisation to collect the debts themselves shall remain unaffected; however, the Supplier undertakes not to collect the debts as long as the Customer duly complies with their payment obligations and is not in default of payment. If the Customer should be in default of their payments, the Supplier shall have the right to revoke the Customer's collection authority. In this case, the Supplier can demand that the Customer inform the Supplier about the claims assigned and their debtors, provide any information required for collection, hand over the required documents and notify the debtors (third parties) about the assignment.

4. During the existence of the retention of title, the Customer is not authorised to pledge, to transfer by way of security or, in the event of an extended retention of title in accordance with Article 4 (3), to assign this property as collateral.

5. Any processing or transformation of the supplied goods by the Customer shall always be performed for the Supplier. The Supplier shall allow the Buyer to process the purchased goods even before the price has been paid in full. In this case, the Supplier shall be considered the manufacturer pursuant to Article 950 of the German Civil Code.

Should the supplied goods be processed together with other materials not belonging to the Supplier, the Supplier shall acquire the co-ownership of the new object in the proportion of the value of the delivered goods (end invoice amount including VAT) to the other processed materials at the time of processing. For the object created by means of processing, the same provisions shall apply as for the reserved goods.

6. The Supplier undertakes to release the securities that are due to them upon the Customer's request should the realisable value of the collateral exceed the claim to be secured by over 10%.


Article 5. Warranty

1. If the Customer is a trader, the Customer shall be obligated to examine the goods immediately upon their delivery by the Supplier and, if a defect should be discovered, to report this defect to the Supplier in writing. If the Customer does not notify the Supplier of any defects, the goods shall be deemed as accepted, unless the defect in question could not have been discovered in the course of the examination.

If such defect should be discovered at a later point of time, it must be reported immediately upon being discovered and in writing; otherwise, the goods shall be deemed as accepted in spite of this defect. If the defect should only be discovered when the goods are in possession of the end customer, the Trader shall also be obligated to forward the customer's notice of defects to the Supplier immediately; otherwise the goods shall also be deemed as accepted in spite of this defect. If the Supplier fraudulently concealed the defect, they shall not have the right to refer to these regulations.

2. The Customer's warranty claims are at first generally limited to the right to subsequent performance, and the Customer has the express right to reduce the amount to be paid or to withdraw from the contract should the subsequent performance fail. Any claims for damages, claims for replacement of unnecessary expenditures and any recourse claims shall not, without any limitation, be affected by the above regulation.

3. In the course of subsequent performance, the Supplier shall repair the goods or deliver replacement goods, provided they receive a notice of defects in due course.

4. No warranty shall be offered
for any defects due to natural wear and tear, improper use, deviation from intended operating conditions, electric influences (including any power fluctuations in the power supply),
for any defects due to improper storage before the goods are resold by the Customer

5. Companies' warranty claims arising from defects shall lapse one year after the goods have been delivered. This regulation regarding the lapsing of claims shall not apply to
Damage claims arising from damage to life, body or health or any other damages due to deliberate or grossly negligent violation by the salesperson of their duties or a deliberate or negligent violation by a legal representative or an agent of their duties
Damage claims arising from refused subsequent performance, but only when the subsequent performance was requested within the period for material defect claims reduced to one year
Faults fraudulently concealed by the Supplier
Claims resulting from a warranty offered by the Supplier for a product's attributes
Recourse claims according to Article 478 of the German Civil Code
For these exempted claims, the legal periods of limitation shall apply.


Article 6. Returns Policy

1. Except in cases of justified notices of defects according to Article 5 or in the event of an express arrangement made before the delivery, no returns shall be possible; any returned goods shall be sent back to the Customer.

2. If the Customer knew or was grossly unaware of the fact that the goods are not faulty and still returns the goods to the Supplier, the Customer must bear the transportation and labour costs and the cost of materials incurred by the Supplier in connection with the defect verification and returning the goods.

3. The Supplier shall have the right to charge a flat rate fee of €40.00 by means of compensation for the costs incurred according to Article 6 (2) for each unjustified return. The Customer is expressly allowed to prove that no damage was caused or that the damage is much lower than the flat rate fee.

The costs incurred by the Customer must be borne by the Customer himself.

Should the Supplier bear any additional costs in connection with unjustified returns as described above, the Supplier reserves the right to reduce the credit amount by the costs incurred.


Article 7. Delivery Terms

1. The goods shall be shipped ex warehouse to the delivery address specified by the Customer.

2. Providing the Customer selects advance payment, the goods shall be reserved for the Customer upon receipt of the order; they shall however only be shipped after the monies have been transferred onto the account of EXP GmbH. The Customer is therefore requested to consider this when placing an order and to make the advance payment in due course.

3. Any delays in the delivery and/or performance of duties due to force majeure (acts of God) and due to any events which the Supplier is not responsible for and which render a timely delivery/performance of duties temporarily impossible shall relieve the Supplier from their delivery and duty performance obligations for such time period as those circumstances should last. During such time, the Customer shall not have the right to grant us any periods of grace in order to claim damages or withdraw from the Agreement if no results have been achieved. Should the Supplier be responsible for the impossibility of duty performance, the Supplier's duty to deliver the goods/perform their duties and the Customer's right to grant a period of grace shall remain unaffected; however, any periods of grace must be sufficiently long for the impediment to performance to be expected to be eliminated during those periods. During the period of time deemed necessary for the elimination of the impediment to performance, the Supplier must immediately notify the Customer of the occurrence of any impediment to performance.

4. Should the Customer provide an inaccurate or incomplete address, or if the goods cannot be delivered due to any other reasons which the Customer is not responsible for, the Customer shall be deemed in default of acceptance. This shall result in the Customer being obligated to compensate the Supplier for the costs incurred by the default of acceptance or by the violation of any other duty of cooperation and for the purposes of preservation and storage of the goods. Any remaining rights of the Supplier, in particular their right to withdraw from the Agreement, shall remain unaffected.

5. In the event of the purchased goods being damaged or lost for reasons which the Supplier is not deliberately or due to gross negligence responsible for, the Customer remains obligated to pay the purchase price, while the Supplier shall no longer be obligated to perform the duty in question.

 

Article 8. Prices and Shipping Costs

1. The indicated prices are final prices, i.e. they include the applicable German value-added tax as well as any other price elements.

2. The delivery shall be carried out against a flat packaging and shipping fee. The packaging, shipping and insurance costs are summarised in the table "Shipping Costs"


Article 9. Payment Terms / Due Dates / Default

1. The Customer can choose between the following payment methods: Advance payment, credit card (Master/EuroCard) or PayPal. Companies, authorities, universities and schools shall be granted the option to make payments against invoice.

2. If the advance payment option is chosen, the Customer can find the Supplier's bank account number in the order confirmation. The invoice amount must be paid within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of the Agreement.

3. If the purchase price is to be paid against invoice, the payment must be made within 14 (fourteen) days from receipt of the goods.

4. In the event of default, the Supplier shall have the right to charge default interest in the amount of 8% above the applicable base interest rate.

Otherwise, should the Customer be in default of payment, the Supplier shall have the right to withdraw from the Agreement if no results have been achieved and to claim damages.


Article 10. Liability

1. The Supplier shall only be liable for damages (regardless of the legal reasons) if the Supplier, their legal representative or an agent caused these damages in a deliberate or a grossly negligent manner.
2. The limitation of liability indicated in (1) shall not apply
to damages to life, body or health
in the event of any violation of duties, the performance of which makes a proper performance of the Agreement possible in the first place and the compliance with which the contractual partner systematically relies on and has any right to rely on (essential contractual duties)
in the event of fraudulent concealing of any defect by us
in the event of liability pursuant to the German Product Liability Law
in the event of the Supplier offering an attribute and/or durability warranty.
3. In case of a negligent violation of an essential contractual duty, the liability amount shall only be limited to damages predictable upon conclusion of the Agreement and typical for this kind of agreement.

Article 11 Privacy

1. In the course of initiation, conclusion, implementation or rescinding of a contract, the Supplier shall collect, save and process data within the framework of the applicable data protection legislation.

2. The detailed information regarding data protection and safety can be found in the Privacy Statement. The Supplier's privacy information can be found here.


Article 12. Applicable Law

Any contractual relationships of the Parties shall be regulated by the applicable law of the Federal Republic of Germany excluding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.


Article 13. Commercial Jurisdiction

The Supplier's location shall be the sole place of jurisdiction in dealings with any traders or any legal entities or special funds under public law.


Article 14. German Battery Act

With regards to the sale of batteries or to the supply of devices containing batteries, we are obligated to draw your attention to the following:

You, as an end user, are legally obligated to return any used batteries. You can return any old batteries that are or were offered by us as new batteries as part of our product range to our dispatch warehouse (dispatch address). The symbols on the batteries have the following meanings:

The crossed-out rubbish bin means that the battery may not be disposed of together with household waste.

Pb = Battery contains over 0.004% w/w of lead.
Cd = Battery contains over 0.002% w/w of cadmium
Hg = Battery contains over 0.0005% w/w of mercury.

Kindly make sure that the above directives are complied with.