Name of seller:                                  Ciruskate Kft.

Location:                                            Hungary 8291 Barnag, Járdovány street 11.

Tax number:                                      14529926-2-19

Company registration number:      19 09 512337

Registration authority:                     VESZPRÉM REGIONAL COURT OF REGISTRATION

Customer Service:                             +36302850976

E-mail address:                                  ciruskate@gmail.com

Bank account number (IBAN):        HU15 1174 8007 2018 5161 0000 0000

The customer may address his/her objections and complaints to the following organizations:

  1. Ciruskate Ltd. Customer Service
  2. National Consumer Protection Authority

Address: 1088 Budapest, József krt. 6.

Postal address: 1428 Budapest, PF: 20.

Phone: +36 1 459 4800

Fax: +36 1 210 4677

Email: nfh@nfh.hu


ATTENTION! Before using our website, visitors are kindly requested to read our terms of use:

By using our Internet pages, you automatically agree to the following terms. If you do not agree with our terms of use, please do not use our online shop.

Terms & Conditions

In our webshop gross prices are displayed and include 27% VAT. Most of the products advertised and published by us can be found in our stock and can be purchased or ordered immediately. Our offers are always valid while stocks last, we reserve the right to change our prices without prior notice.

Use of the Sites

Ciruskate Ltd. you grant permission to study and download the materials contained on the following Internet sites (hereinafter referred to as the “Sites”) solely for personal, commercial and non-commercial purposes, provided that you fully respect the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the original materials or copies thereof. Modifying, reproducing, publicly publishing, displaying, distributing, or otherwise using material for public or commercial purposes will result in criminal prosecution. According to these terms, the use of these materials on other Internet sites or computer network systems for any purpose is prohibited without the prior permission of Ciruskate Kft. The materials on the sites are protected by copyright and any unauthorized use thereof may violate copyright, patent and other laws. Subject to any breach of these terms, you will automatically forfeit your license to use the sites and immediately destroy any information previously obtained from them.

Personal data

If you provide information on these pages that can identify you personally, both you and Ciruskate Kft. agree that this information will be provided by Ciruskate Kft. in accordance with its online Privacy Statement and the applicable Hungarian legislation.

User disclosures

Any material, information or other communications you submit or transmit to these sites shall not be deemed confidential or protected by intellectual property rights (“Communications”). Ciruskate Kft does not assume any obligation in connection with these announcements. By sending the announcements, you agree that Ciruskate Kft. these notices and any objects related thereto capable of communicating data or information in any way may be freely copied, published, distributed, modified or otherwise freely used for commercial or other purposes. You are prohibited from sending or storing any unlawful, threatening, defamatory, libelous, indecent, pornographic or otherwise illegal material to or from these sites.

About distance contracts

1999. March 1 – 17/1999 on distance contracts entered into force. (II.5) Government Regulation based on Directive 97/7/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the same subject. The main objective of the regulation is consumer protection. Contrary to the general rules of civil law, the consumer’s tacit acceptance or absence of a statement cannot be interpreted as implied conduct. The company may demand the consideration for the goods or services only in case of ordering. The express consent of the consumer is required for the conclusion of contracts by automatic calling device or fax. Unless prohibited by specific legislation and the consumer does not object, any other means of distance communication may be used. The consumer may not validly waive his rights provided for in the Regulation, deviations from them may only be made for the benefit of the consumer. Such a consumer protection rule is also the obligation on businesses to provide information. If you make an offer by telephone, you must state your name, registered office, telephone number and your intention to conclude a contract at the outset. You must provide your own data in writing at the latest at the time of conclusion of the contract; the main characteristics of the subject-matter of the contract, the consideration with any payment obligations attaching thereto, the other terms of payment, delivery or performance; the conditions of withdrawal; charges for the means of distance communication, which may differ from the basic tariff; the period during which the tender is valid; and, in the case of continuous or repeated performance, the minimum duration of the contract.

From a legal point of view, orders placed in the webshop (electronic order forms) do not qualify as legal statements made in writing, but in the form of implied conduct (clicking on an icon). The concluded contracts can also be accessed retrospectively from our webshop upon request.

WEBSHOP legal information

The materials provided on these sites are provided to you “as is” without warranty or warranty. Ciruskate Kft expressly disclaims any liability for these materials, including liability for merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or intellectual property. Ciruskate Kft does not guarantee that the materials on these pages are accurate and complete. Ciruskate Kft may modify the materials on these pages or the products and prices outlined therein at any time without prior notice. Please ask Ciruskate Kft. for advice and information on which products and/or services you can access. To the extent applicable law does not permit the above limitation of liability, the above provisions will not apply to you.

Limitation of Liability

Ciruskate Kft, its suppliers or third parties mentioned on these pages expressly excludes any liability for any damage, whether arising from contractual or non-contractual damages or other laws or principles (including, without limitation, damages resulting from loss of profits, damage resulting from loss of data or business interruption). The above provision applies even if Ciruskate Kft. or other mentioned persons and companies have been warned in advance of the possibility of the damage incurred. If you have any need for repair, installation or correction of equipment or data as a result of your use of these pages, you will bear the full cost thereof. To the extent applicable law prohibits the exclusion of liability for incidental or indirect damages, the above limitation and disclaimer shall not apply to you.

Applicable law

These terms have been drafted in accordance with, and are subject to, the Hungary legal regulations. The application of legal principles and theories concerning the manner in which conflicting laws are applied is excluded. Any dispute arising as a result of the use of these pages shall be settled by the court of Ciruskate Kft’s registered office. These pages are edited by Ciruskate Kft in Hungary, so these pages are governed by Hungarian law. Ciruskate Kft does not take responsibility for the suitability or suitability for use of the materials on these pages outside Hungary area. Access to the pages from areas where the content of the pages is considered illegal is expressly prohibited. You are not permitted to use, export or re-export any material, copies or adaptations of the Sites in violation of any applicable provisions, including export laws and regulations, including Hungary export laws and regulations. Persons accessing the sites from outside Hungary use the Internet sites at their own discretion and assume full responsibility for compliance with all applicable local laws.


Ciruskate Kft is entitled to up-to-date the content of the above conditions and to modify it at any time. We encourage you to review these pages from time to time to ensure that you have always up-to-date information that binds you. Certain rules of these provisions may become invalid due to local regulations expressly published on the Internet pages.

All images on this page are illustrations. Products may differ in reality.

Right of withdrawal

The right, method and consequences of withdrawal from the purchase in case of online purchases The buyer may withdraw from the purchase without giving reasons within 14 calendar days of receipt of the goods. The right of withdrawal can be exercised from the date of receipt of the goods.

In case of written withdrawal, it is sufficient to send the withdrawal statement within 8 working days.

In the case of a written withdrawal, it shall be deemed to have been validated within the deadline if the consumer sends his statement before the expiry of the deadline.

The business is obliged to refund the amount paid by the consumer immediately, but no later than 30 days after the withdrawal.

The consumer shall bear the costs incurred in returning the product as a result of exercising the right of withdrawal. In addition, no other costs shall be borne by the consumer. However, the company may claim compensation for damage resulting from improper use of the product.

The consumer does not have the right of withdrawal if performance has begun with the consumer’s consent in the case of the Service, the price or fee of the service depends on market fluctuations; the goods are personal, have been produced on the basis of consumer instructions or express requests or, in the case of non-returnable or perishable, sound or video recordings or software, have opened the packaging; in the case of distribution of newspapers, periodicals and periodicals, gambling contracts. The business is obliged to perform the contract within 30 days of receiving the consumer’s request. Of course, the parties may specify the deadline or deadline for performance differently. If the specified goods are not available or the service cannot be provided, they must inform the consumer immediately and refund the amount of money paid within 30 days. This, of course, does not relieve you of your other contractual obligations. If the business performs goods or services which are fungible in conformity with the contract and the consumer exercises his right of withdrawal within the time allowed, the costs related to restoration shall be borne by the business.

The rules of the warranty installment are laid down in Act IV of 1959 on the Civil Code. §§ 305-311/A of the Act as follows.

Defective performance

Under a contract in which the parties owe mutual services, the debtor performs defectively if the thing supplied does not correspond to the characteristics specified by law or contract at the time of performance. Any clause in a consumer contract which deviates from these provisions to the detriment of the consumer shall be null and void. The debtor shall be liable for defective performance (implied warranty). In the case of a consumer contract, it shall be presumed, unless proven otherwise, that the lack of conformity detected within six months of performance already existed at the time of performance, unless such presumption is incompatible with the nature of the thing or the nature of the lack of conformity. Any other agreement between the parties shall be null and void.

In the event of defective performance, the claimant shall:

  1. (a) in particular, at his option, demand repair or replacement, unless the fulfilment of the chosen warranty claim is impossible or would result in disproportionate additional costs for the debtor compared to the fulfilment of the other warranty claim, taking into account the value of the goods supplied in a defectless condition, the gravity of the breach of contract and the inconvenience caused to the claimant by fulfilling the warranty right;
  2. (b) if he has no right to repair or replacement, or if the debtor has not undertaken repair or replacement, or is unable to fulfil this obligation, may, at his option, request an appropriate price reduction or withdraw from the contract. There is no room for withdrawal due to a minor error.

Repair or replacement shall be carried out within a reasonable period of time, having regard to the nature of the thing and its intended use by the rightholder, without significant inconvenience to the rightholder. If the debtor does not undertake or does not carry out the correction of the thing within a reasonable period, the creditor may correct the defect himself or have it repaired at the debtor’s expense. The creditor may retain a proportionate part of the consideration until repair or replacement. Any clause in a consumer contract that deviates from the order of warranty rights defined by law to the detriment of the consumer shall be null and void. The claimant may switch from his chosen warranty right to another. It is obliged to compensate the debtor for the damage caused by the transition, unless the transition was caused by the debtor’s conduct or the transition was otherwise justified.

Limitation of objections

The creditor shall notify the debtor of his objection as soon as possible after discovering the defect. In the case of a consumer contract, an objection notified within two months of discovery of the defect shall be deemed to have been notified in good time. Any other agreement between the parties shall be null and void. The claimant shall be liable for damage resulting from delay in communication. The part of the repair period during which the rightholder cannot use the thing as intended shall not be included in the limitation period. The deadline for enforcing the warranty right starts again in case of replacement (repair) of the thing or a significant part of it, for the replaced (repaired) thing (part of things) and for the defect arising as a consequence of the repair. In the case of a consumer contract, the consumer may enforce his warranty claim within a limitation period of two years from the date of performance. Any clause setting a shorter limitation period shall be null and void. If the subject of the consumer contract is second-hand, the parties may agree on a shorter deadline, but in this case a limitation period of less than one year cannot be stipulated. If the claimant is unable to enforce his claim for excusable reasons, in particular if the defect was not recognizable within the time limit due to its nature or the nature of the thing, the deadline for enforcing warranty rights is one year from the date of performance, or three years in the case of goods ordered for permanent use. If the mandatory eligibility period is longer than three years, this time limit shall apply to the enforcement of the claim. Failure to comply with these deadlines shall result in forfeiture of rights. In a consumer contract, any time limit shorter than the three-year deadline shall be null and void. The costs related to the fulfilment of the warranty obligation and the bringing into conformity with the contract, including in particular material, labour and forwarding costs, shall be borne by the debtor. In the case of a consumer contract, any other agreement between the parties shall be null and void. In the event of replacement or withdrawal, the claimant is not obliged to compensate for the depreciation of the thing resulting from its intended use.

On the settlement of warranty and guarantee claims enforced within the framework of a consumer contract, Article 49/2003. (VII. 30.) GKM Regulation provides as follows:

Where the consumer wishes to assert a warranty claim against the distributor providing the service which is the subject of the consumer contract (hereinafter referred to as the distributor), the conclusion of the consumer contract shall be deemed to be proven if the consumer presents proof of payment of the consideration.

The distributor shall draw up a record of the consumer’s objection in which he shall record:

  • the name and address of the consumer,
  • the description and purchase price of the consumer goods (hereinafter referred to as goods),
  • the date of purchase,
  • the date of notification of the defect,
  • a description of the defect,
  • the claim that the consumer wishes to assert,
  • the manner in which the objection has been settled.

If the method of settling the objection differs from the consumer’s claim, the reasons for this shall be given in the minutes. A copy of the report shall be given to the consumer. If the distributor is unable to declare the fulfillment of the consumer’s claim at the time of its notification, it shall notify the consumer of its position within three working days at the latest. The distributor is obliged to inform the consumer that repair or replacement is carried out in accordance with the Civil Code. 306. § (2), taking into account the characteristics of the goods and their intended use for the consumer, must be carried out within a reasonable period of time and without significant inconvenience to the consumer. The distributor shall endeavour to complete repair or replacement within a maximum of fifteen days. For repair, the goods must be taken over against receipt. The acknowledgement shall indicate the name and address of the consumer, the particulars necessary for identification of the goods, the date of receipt of the goods and the date on which the consumer may collect the repaired goods.

Mandatory guarantees for certain durable consumer goods, Regulation (EC) No 151/2003. (IX. 22) Gov. Regulation.

The distributor

The marketer is responsible to the consumer for ensuring that, at the time of delivery, the goods conform to the legal or contractual characteristics. The producer and/or distributor shall be exempted from liability if: the.. the consumer was already aware of the lack of conformity at the time of conclusion of the contract and concluded the contract knowing this; b.. If the consumer notices that the debtor has performed defectively and does not notify this in time, he will not be liable for the resulting damage. c.. The consumer can enforce his warranty rights in respect of defects that already existed at the time of performance and surfaced within two years. In the case of second-hand goods, this period may be shortened to one year by agreement between the seller and the consumer.

Payment information

The possibility of using online bank card payment can be found in the OTP Mobil Ltd. developed and operated by SimplePay provides online bank card acceptance and instant payment solutions.

I acknowledge the following personal data stored in the user account of Ciruskate Kft. (Barnag) in the user database of https://ciruskateboards.com will be handed over to OTP Mobil Ltd. and is trusted as data processor. The data transferred by the data controller are the following: Name, e-mail address, phone number, billing address, shipping address.
The nature and purpose of the data processing activity performed by the data processor in the SimplePay Privacy Policy can be found at the following link:

Delivery information

The orders of our webshop are placed by GLS General Logistics Systems Hungary Parcel-Logistics Ltd.

The delivery agent: GLS General Logistics Systems Hungary Parcel-Logistics Ltd.
Company registration number: 13-09-111755
Tax number: 12369410-2-44
Headquarters: 2351 Alsónémedi GLS Európa u. 2.
+36 29 886 700


Website: https://gls-group.com/HU/hu/

Domestically, we deliver packages on the working day following pickup. The lead time for neighbouring countries is usually 24-48 hours, for more distant countries it is 72-120 hours. GLS delivers from Monday to Friday during working hours. In Budapest, we also undertake Saturday delivery.


Ciruskate Kft issues an e-invoice for your order, which will be sent from the ciruskate@gmail.com address to the e-mail address provided at the time of ordering.

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