Cookies are small text strings that this Site sends to the user devices (usually to the browser), where they are stored and relayed once the user visits the website again.
Specific categories of cookies, named as "technical" cookies, are meant to allow browsing on a website or to enable its basic features. For instance, Navigation, Session or Functional Cookies allow the users to navigate on this Site, based on a number of criteria (for instance, the preferred language or the products which have been selected for purchase).
Disabling technical cookies may limit the ability of users to enjoy the use the Site and its features.
Other cookies used by this Site or by third-parties are permanent cookies to track the user overall activity online and adopted for the purpose of profiling users through the processing of their personal data. These are called “profiling cookies”.
The user's prior consent is strictly required for the use of profiling cookies.
Below follows a full list of the cookies used by the Site:
Purpose and duration
This cookie is set to show you the promotional message that you will receive a lifetime discount when you register just once. Expires in 1 year.
This cookie is set if you check the checkbox to be “kept logged in”, when you sign in. Expires in 1 year.
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These cookies enable the Google Analytics Software. This software provides us details about site visitors. This information includes browser usage, new or returning visitors, marketing activity effectiveness, time on site and much more. This software allows us to make sure that users are having the best possible shopping experience and our marketing efforts are relevant. All the data gathered is safely stored and can only be accessed by authorized individuals only.
Web protocol HTTP is a stateless protocol and each page is completely independent of all others. To simplify, without the PHPSESSID cookie, server has no way of knowing that same user has just arrived from one page to another. It is same way as introducing yourself again and again to your friends whenever you meet them as they keep forgetting who you are. PHPSESSID is a great little help to overcome this situation on websites.
Another way of resolving this situation is to create random "session ID" (PHPSESSID) and carry it from page to page but it is annoying to see in the URL.
This Site does not have any access or control over cookies or any other tracking technologies used by third-party websites or platforms accessible through this Site, nor can ensure the compliance of such third-parties with the applicable law.
Below follow the links to revoke consent to the use of third party cookies:
How to disable cookies
All major browsers allow users to control and disable cookies in their settings area: Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Third Party Cookies
We use a special feature that blocks Google from collecting your IP address.
If you’d like to disable analytics anyway, you can visit the following page: