Terms & Conditions


The website is provided by Brunngård AB, Elementgatan 10, 504 64 Borås, Sweden. Corporate registration number 556233-2238. The terms “we”, “our” and “us” below refer to Brunngård AB.

The terms and conditions are adapted for sales to private individuals. You must be 18 years of age or have the approval of a guardian in order to place an order. Deliveries take place only within the borders of Sweden. A binding agreement on the purchase of a product arises when we send you the email confirming the order. You thereby certify that the details you provide about yourself are correct. The terms and conditions for purchases specified on this page form part of the agreement.

We are entitled to unilaterally amend these general terms and conditions and any amendments we make enter into force no earlier than 30 days after the adjusted terms and conditions have been made available on our website.

When you shop with us, you are covered by the Swedish Act on Distance Contracts and Agreements Outside of Business Premises and the Swedish Consumer Sales Act.

Company Information

Telephone no.: +46 33 723 23 00
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday: 07.30 – 16.30, Friday: 07.30 – 15.30
Days before a public holiday: 07.30 – 15.00
Address: Elementgatan 10, 504 64 BORÅS
Corporate identity number: 556233-2238


Prices are stated in SEK and include VAT. The shopping cart shows the total price including all fees. Prices and fees may change due to circumstances beyond our control, such as significant changes in the prices of raw materials, currency fluctuations or changes in VAT. All prices include VAT at 25%. If the rate of VAT changes, we reserve the right to adjust our prices and fees by a corresponding amount. We issue a disclaimer for any printing or typographical errors.

Information on ordering

When you have placed an order, an order confirmation is sent to the email address you provided at the checkout.

The email contains all the details of your order such as invoicing address, delivery address, products, prices and shipping cost. You should contact us immediately if any details of the order are not correct.

A binding agreement on the purchase of a product arises when we send you the email confirming the order. The terms and conditions for purchases specified on this page form part of the Agreement.

Payment Methods

We use Klarna Checkout, which makes it easy, flexible, and safe for you to shop online.
Fill in your email address and postcode and then complete the purchase by selecting the payment method that best suits you. We accept payment through Klarna.

You can choose from the following payment options:

Klarna meets the requirements for PCI DSS.


We begin fulfilling the Agreement when you, the customer, receive an email confirming the order. We have fulfilled our part of the Agreement when you have received full delivery of the products you ordered at the nearest agent or directly in your mailbox at the specified postal address. You, the customer, have fulfilled the Agreement when you have paid in full and collected your shipment.

Delivery and shipping

Deliveries only take place within Sweden. Orders are shipped on weekdays except for public holidays. Our normal delivery time is 1–3 working days. Orders placed at the weekend are normally shipped on the following Monday. If we are unable to deliver within the agreed time, you will be informed of the reason for the delay and you will be given a new delivery time. You then have a right to cancel the purchase free of charge. You should contact us directly if your delivery has been delayed and we have not notified you of that in advance.

The shipping cost is 59 SEK for orders with an order value below 399 SEK. Free shipping for all orders with an order value of 399 SEK and over.

All letters and parcels are delivered by Postnord. Letters are delivered to your mailbox and parcels are delivered to your nearest parcel agent. You will receive notification by text message, email or letter when your parcel has arrived at the parcel agent.

Fee for uncollected shipments

If you, the customer, fail to collect your order, we reserve the right to charge you up to 200 SEK for shipping and handling costs for the uncollected parcel.

Please note that if you fail to receive or collect a shipment, that does not count as a notification that you wish to exercise your right of withdrawal for your purchase.

Right of withdrawal and returns

From the moment you receive an item, you have a right to a 14-day cooling-off period in accordance with the Swedish Act on Distance Contracts and Agreements Outside of Business Premises (SFS 2005:59). The cooling-off period only applies to private individuals, not companies. When you exercise your right to a cooling-off period, you, the customer, are liable for the actual cost of sending back or returning the goods. It is important for the product to be sent back in unaltered, saleable condition in its original packaging. You should therefore always pack products in the same way and in the same packaging as when the products were delivered to you, provided that the packaging is undamaged. In cases where you have packed or packaged products in a deficient manner and the product is damaged during transport to us, you, the customer, are also liable for the damage.

The goods must be sent back within 14 days from when you received them.

Use the return label provided. If you have no return label, please contact us and we will send a new one. When returning a product, a return shipping fee of 69 SEK will be charged to cover shipping and administrative costs.

You will receive your refund as soon as possible or no later than 14 days from when we receive the return. The refund is processed using the same payment method as for the original payment, unless expressly agreed otherwise. The right to a cooling-off period does not apply to goods that have been ordered specially.

We do not offer exchanges. If you wish to change to another item, please place a new order.


We would like you to contact us as soon as possible if you receive an item that is faulty in any way.

The Swedish Consumer Purchases Act entitles you to complain within three years, provided that the item was faulty on delivery. Please note that you must send us a message with details of the fault “within a reasonable time” from when you discovered it. If you complain within two months from when you discovered the fault, you have complained within a reasonable time.

In the case of damage occurring during transport, so-called transport damage, we will offer to send you a new item if possible or grant you a credit.

If, after you have been in contact with us, you must send the item back, you can use the return label attached to the shipment.

When we have received the item you wish to complain about, we will make a decision as to whether the item is faulty. If it is faulty, we will give you a refund as soon as possible and no later than within 30 days of receiving the item from you. The refund is processed using the same payment method as for the original payment, unless expressly agreed otherwise.


We always comply with the recommendations of the National Board for Consumer Complaints in the case of disputes that we are unable to resolve.

Any dispute must be resolved by either the National Board for Consumer Complaints (ARN) in Sweden or the European Commission Online Dispute Resolution (EU ODR).

ARN: https://www.arn.se
Allmänna Reklamationsnämnden: Box 174101 23 Stockholm
EU ODR: https://ec.europa.eu/odr

Product Information

We issue a disclaimer with regard to any printing errors on the website.

We do not guarantee that the images reproduce the exact appearance of the products since certain colour differences may occur, depending on the monitor, the photographic quality and the resolution.

Force Majeure

We are released from liability for any consequences of failure to fulfil certain obligations under these general terms and conditions if that failure is due to a releasing circumstance described below and if the circumstance prevents, impedes or delays fulfilment. Releasing circumstances include measures that a public authority adopts or fails to adopt, new or amended legislation, conflict in the labour market, blockade, fire, flood, sabotage or major accidents. Force majeure includes decisions by public authorities that have an adverse effect on the market and products, such as decisions on warning texts, prohibitions on sale, etc. as well as abnormal downturns in the market.