Wooden memory game is recommended for children over 3 years of age.
Warning for panties and moccasins: before each use, carefully check the product for damage. Discard ninica or slippers immediately at the first sign of injury. When the child uses the product, always be there and make sure that the child does not cover his face with ninica or that he does not put moccasins in his mouth, as he may suffocate. Do not attach ninice or slippers to cords, straps or similar parts, as the child may suffocate. Every day, check whether the slippers or. ninica in perfect condition. To do this, grab different parts of the product and stretch it a little to see if tears or other damage occurs. In the same way, check the seams daily. If you notice any changes or damage, discard the product immediately. Do not leave the ninica near a fire as it may burn.
Terms of business
The general terms and conditions of online shopping are compiled in accordance with the Consumer Protection Act (ZVPot), the Consumer Protection against Unfair Business Practices Act (ZVPNPP), based on the recommendations of the Chamber of Commerce of Slovenia and international codes for online and electronic commerce. The online store is managed by the company Dvosed d.o.o., Štebijeva 14, 1231 Ljubljana. The buyer is bound by the general conditions that are valid at the time of purchase (placing an online order).
Technological means that enable the identification and correction of errors before placing an order
Before confirming your purchase, you can review the information entered again and change it if necessary.
After placing the order, the user (buyer) receives a notification from the provider by e-mail that the order has been accepted. Except for the possibility of cancellation, the user (buyer) cannot change the content of the order after placing the order.
Upon confirmation of the order, the provider notifies the user (buyer) by e-mail about the successfully placed order. The purchase contract on the purchase of ordered products between the user (buyer) and the provider is irrevocably concluded at this stage. The sales contract (order) is stored in electronic form on the provider's server and is accessible to the buyer by a written request by e-mail email@example.com. The invoice is kept at the company's headquarters.
Changing the order
The customer can cancel or change his order by placing a new order with new information on the website and sending a request to cancel the previous order to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the online store we offer the following payment options:
• by bank transfer (proforma invoice): after the confirmed order, you will receive a proforma invoice, and the order will be shipped within 72 hours after the inflow is visible on our bank account.
• Payment by card payment: online when placing the order
• payment via PayPal.
After placing your order by choosing to pay ‘by proforma invoice’, you will receive all the complete information you need for the transfer by e-mail. The deadline for payment by proforma invoice is 8 working days after receipt of the proforma invoice. If the proforma invoice is not paid within this time, it is determined that the buyer withdraws from the order.
All prices are expressed in euros (EUR). All prices are valid at the time of placing the order and do not have a predetermined validity, so they are valid only until they are changed each time. The purchase contract between the bidder and the buyer is concluded at the moment when the bidder confirms the order. From this moment on, all prices and other conditions are fixed and apply to both the buyer and the provider.
When ordering, the customer can enter a promotional coupon, which reduces the value of the product and thus the total value of the order.
Your order (concluded contract)
We keep your order in our computer-controlled record of orders received. We are available Monday through Friday at email@example.com.
The consumer's right to withdraw from the contract (refund)
The buyer can return the product, if it has not been used, within 14 days of receipt. In the event of material defects in the products or the supply of faulty products, the customer may exercise the rights in accordance with the Consumer Protection Act. The buyer may exercise his rights arising from a material defect if he notifies the seller of the defect within two months from the date on which the defect was discovered. The buyer must describe the defect in more detail in the defect notice and allow the seller to inspect the item.
If the thing does not have the properties necessary for its normal use, or the seller's previously known special use, or explicitly agreed features, and if the consumer correctly notified the seller of the defect within the period referred to in the previous paragraph, he may request the seller to rectify the defect. with a defect, exchange of goods or refund of the purchase price. The costs of rectifying the material defect shall be borne by the seller.
Protection of personal data
The provider undertakes to permanently protect all personal data against loss, misuse or unauthorized access in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (ZVPot). The data will only be used to communicate with