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Cookie Policy




This policy sets out the basis on which Montres TUDOR SA (“we”, “our” or “us”) use cookies on our website www.tudorwatch.com.


A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is stored on the hard drive of your device. Cookies are used to distinguish you from other users of our website. This helps us to understand how you are using our website.


For our website, you can set your browser to refuse all or some browser cookies, or to alert you when websites set or access cookies. If you block or delete all cookies from our website, the website should still work. By continuing to browse our website, you are agreeing to the use of cookies.


You will find below the list of the actual Local Storage use on tudorwatch.com


TUDOR uses performance & tracking solutions to further improve our website in order to always provide you with the best possible online experience tailored to your needs.

Akamai : Akamai is a global Content Delivery Network (CDN), cloud services and a cyber-security company. It basically provides web and internet security services.


Adobe Analytics :

This solution helps TUDOR understand how people use tudorwatch.com (for example, which web page visitors go to, how long they stay or whether they return). Data collected remains anonymous.

Cookie usage :

Algolia : is an AI-powered search and discovery platform for dynamic experiences that helps TUDOR maximizes the speed of search and discovery.

Contentsquare : Contentsquare is a solution which aggregates usage and frequency data so as to improve user experience. Statistics created are anonymous.

Dynatrace : is a tool for Application Monitoring Performance (APM) to ensure an expected level of service, measured by performance indicators and user experience. The role of APM solutions is to identify application performance problems before users suffer the consequences.

Meta tag : The Meta tag is a JavaScript code snippet that enables identification cookies for users interacting through Facebook, Instagram or any other application that uses Meta products.

First-Party : These cookies are set by tudorwatch.com, in order to ease your navigation and remember your settings.

Quantcast : Quantcast is a Consent Management Platform (CMP) solution that helps TUDOR provide users with options to exercise their consent preferences and legitimate interests at granular levels.


Batch : This solution helps TUDOR to communicate with users about news and events through pushes. Data collected is stored exclusively in France and Batch does not maintain any technical infrastructure outside the European Union. Batch does not send personal data to external entities.

Default data collected by Batch

Hereafter is a list of the data which is collected natively by Batch for web integrations:

Batch does not set any cookies but relies on Local Storage.

By giving your consent for Batch, you are giving tudorwatch.com permission to send you event or information pushes. You will have the ability to change your consent at any time via the "manage my consent choices" link available below.