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(as of September 21, 2022)

These terms of use are the basis of the contract concluded between the Strongsetter eU, 1110 Vienna, Luise-Montag-Gasse 1/7/1" for the purchase of goods via its e-commerce platform.
This is a browser-based platform on which Strongsetter advertises its own products and those of its contractual partners and offers them for sale via an integrated web shop.


1.1. All services provided by Strongsetter to customers in connection with the platform and the conclusion and processing of purchase contracts for goods are based exclusively on these General Terms and Conditions.
1.2. Strongsetter reserves the right to make changes to these Terms and Conditions at any time. The terms and conditions that are in force at the time the contract is concluded apply to the contractual relationship with the customer. These are also sent to the customer together with the order confirmation.
1.3. Customer: Customer is any user of the platform who submits an offer to purchase goods via the Strongsetter web shop integrated on the platform. The customer becomes a direct contractual partner of Strongsetter through the use of the platform or the purchase contract for goods concluded via it. Strongsetter does not sell any goods to minors, but only to adult and legally competent (natural) persons.
1.4. Assortment: The assortment represents the range of goods offered for sale by Strongsetter on the platform.
1.5. Order: An order occurs when a customer submits an offer to Strongsetter to purchase one or more goods from the range of products on the platform.
1.6. Order confirmation: The customer receives an order confirmation from Strongsetter immediately after the receipt of an order, in which the goods ordered by him including their essential characteristics, the total price including all additional costs and these terms and conditions are included. The order confirmation does not constitute acceptance of the order.
1.7. Acceptance: Acceptance takes place within 30 days of receipt of the order by Strongsetter, either by written notification or by delivery of the goods ordered by the customer. If Strongsetter cannot accept an order from the customer, Strongsetter will inform the customer of this within 30 days.
1.8. Order confirmation: As part of the fulfillment of legal information obligations, Strongsetter sends the customer a confirmation of the concluded contract and these GTC by e-mail immediately after the conclusion of the contract, but at the latest with the delivery of the goods.


2.1. Delivery dates stated by Strongsetter in the course of the ordering process are to be understood as non-binding and do not become part of the contract unless something else has been explicitly agreed in writing.
2.2. However, Strongsetter will send the goods to the customer itself or through a contractual partner involved no later than 14 days after the order confirmation has been sent.
2.3. If Strongsetter is prevented from complying with any agreed delivery or service deadline due to force majeure (e.g. strike, natural disasters) or other circumstances for which Strongsetter is not responsible, Strongsetter must inform the customer of the expected delay. Any agreed delivery or service period is extended by the duration of such an event.
2.4. Strongsetter provides the customer with a shipping fee of € 6.00 per delivery Austria charged. From a minimum order value of € 59 Strongsetter delivers in Austria free.
Strongsetter provides the customer with a shipping fee of € 10.00 per delivery Germany charged. From a minimum order value of € 79,- Strongsetter delivers in Germany free.
Within the rest EU delivers Strongsetter at a flat rate of € 10.99.
Bonuses and discounts are applied to the value of the goods, but not to the shipping costs.

2.5. If the seller incurs additional shipping costs due to the specification of an incorrect delivery address or an incorrect addressee, these costs must be reimbursed by the customer.
2.6. Strongsetter is entitled to carry out a customer's order for goods in partial deliveries even without the customer's corresponding request. In this case, however, Strongsetter has to bear the resulting additional shipping costs itself. The customer is responsible for additional costs due to a partial delivery requested by the customer.
2.7. Default of acceptance: If the customer is in default of acceptance, Strongsetter can either store the goods, taking into account a storage fee of 0.1% of the invoice amount per calendar day or part thereof, and insist on fulfillment of the contract, or withdraw from the contract after setting a reasonable grace period and resell the goods after withdrawal.
2.8. In the event of a justified withdrawal from the contract by Strongsetter, the customer must pay a cancellation fee of 25% of the invoice amount.


3.1. Unless otherwise agreed, the invoice amount is due for payment immediately. All prices are given in euros only.
3.2. The invoice amount can be paid by the customer by credit card (VISA, Mastercard, Amex & Diners Club), with KLARNA or by immediate transfer.


4.1. All goods delivered by Strongsetter remain their sole property until full payment.
4.2. In the event of execution or insolvency, the customer is obliged to notify third parties of Strongsetter's property in good time so that Strongsetter does not incur any costs or other disadvantageous consequences.



5.1. The customer is entitled to revoke his contractual declaration or a contract that has already been concluded within fourteen days without giving reasons.
5.2. The cancellation period is fourteen days from the day on which the customer or a third party named by the customer who is not the carrier took possession of the goods.
5.3. If the customer has purchased the goods as part of a single order and these goods are delivered separately, the cancellation period begins on the day on which the customer or a third party named by the customer who is not the carrier took possession of the last goods .
5.4. If Strongsetter has not complied with the obligation to inform the customer about the existence of the right of withdrawal (conditions, deadlines and procedure for exercising this right), the withdrawal period is extended by twelve months.
5.5. If Strongsetter makes up for the provision of information within twelve months of taking possession of the goods, or in the case of separate delivery of the last goods, the cancellation period ends 14 days after the customer received this information.
5.6. In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the customer must inform the customer of his decision to withdraw from this contract by means of a clear statement (e.g. a letter sent by post or an e-mail). The revocation must be addressed to the Strongsetter eU:
By post: Strongsetter eU, Luise-Montag-Gasse 1/7/1, 1110 Vienna
5.7. To meet the cancellation deadline, it is sufficient for the customer to send the communication regarding the exercise of the right of cancellation before the cancellation period has expired.


6.1. If the customer revokes his contractual declaration or a contract that has already been concluded, Strongsetter has to repay the customer all payments that Strongsetter has received from him, excluding any separate delivery costs, immediately and at the latest within fourteen days from the day on which he received the notification of the revocation received this contract.
6.2. Strongsetter must use the same means of payment for this repayment that the customer used for the original transaction, unless otherwise expressly agreed with the customer. Strongsetter is not entitled to charge the customer for this repayment. However, he is entitled to refuse repayment until he has received the goods back or the customer has provided proof that he has sent back the goods - whichever is earlier.
6.3. The customer must return the goods to Strongsetter eU immediately and in any case no later than fourteen days from the day on which he informed Strongsetter about the cancellation of this contract, whereby the customer provided the goods provided by Strongsetter as part of a delivery return label with the return address printed on it. The deadline is met if the customer sends the goods before the period of fourteen days has expired.
6.4. Strongsetter sends the customer who registers a return a return sticker, which enables a return to be paid for.
6.5. The customer is only liable for any diminished value of the goods resulting from the handling other than what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods.
6.6. The customer has no right of withdrawal in the following cases:
When contracting for the delivery of goods that are made to customer specifications or clearly tailored to their personal needs.
In the case of a contract for goods that are delivered sealed and are not suitable for return for reasons of health protection or hygiene, provided that their seal has been removed after delivery.



7.1. Strongsetter reserves all rights, in particular trademark rights and copyrights, to the entire content of the website, in particular to brands, logos, texts, graphics, photographs, layout and music. Insofar as use is not permitted by law, any use of the content of this website that goes beyond the contractual obligations, in particular storage in databases, duplication, distribution or processing, requires the express written consent of Strongsetter.
7.2. Strongsetter's current privacy policy can be found at
7.3. Strongsetter passes on the customer's address and contract data to the required extent in the course of contract processing to transport companies and other contractual partners who are involved in the delivery and service.


8.1. The warranty is based on the statutory regulations.
8.2. Some of the photographs used by Strongsetter to advertise products are sample images that were made available to Strongsetter by the producer. These have been produced under professional conditions under certain lighting conditions and therefore do not necessarily show the appearance of a product in everyday use. Strongsetter is therefore not liable for the fact that products correspond exactly to the photographs used for advertising.
8.3. The liability of Strongsetter and the vicarious agents called in is limited in all legally permissible cases to compensation for damages caused by gross negligence or intentionally. This does not apply to liability for personal injury and under the Product Liability Act.


9.1. The place of performance is Strongsetter's registered office in 1110 Vienna, Austria.
9.2. Every contract concluded with Strongsetter is subject to Austrian law, excluding the UN sales law and the reference norms of international private law. If the customer is a consumer with his habitual residence in the EU, the mandatory consumer protection provisions of the law of the customer's country of residence also apply.
9.3. As far as legally permissible, the jurisdiction of the court responsible for 1110 Vienna, Austria, locally and factually, is agreed.
9.4. Customers who are consumers also have the option of submitting complaints to the EU's online dispute resolution platform.
Customers can also submit their complaint directly to Strongsetter at the following email address:


Strongsetter eU
Luise-Montag-Gasse 1/7/1, 1110 Vienna
Authority according to ECG: Vienna City Administration
Object of the company: Trade in goods of all kinds
Media owner and publisher: Strongsetter eU, Luise-Montag-Gasse 1/7/1, 1110 Vienna;
Object of the company: Trade in goods of all kinds. Owner Yavuzcan Teber

Vienna, September 2022
Strongsetter eU

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