As a highly visually-oriented person, I quite enjoyed this feature, but I can easily imagine it coming across as slightly gimmicky to other people.

A woman who has only one picture posted, is wearing a tight bikini and making an overly suggestive pose are usually clear signals to steer clear.

Another clue of a pretender is a woman who has a poorly written profile. Sukker, which means “Sugar” in English, is ideal for those in the 25 to 45 age group range.

You can continue the sign-up process without a Norwegian number, but you’ll need to email support and actually be in Norway to do so.

Once you’ve jumped that hurdle, you answer around 70 questions about your personality, values, behavior, and what you’re looking for in a partner.

How to Locate Potential Matches Sukker takes the work out of your hands and uses your answers to the 70 questions to match you with other profiles.

Sukker goes above and beyond with this process, presenting potential matches visually, using the graphic of a tree.

Sukker’s users mostly live near or in big cities, such as Oslo, Bergen, and Stavanger.

If you live far away from a big city in Norway, this site might not be very useful for you.

If I had to sign up for just one online dating site in Norway, this would be it.