Cookie policy

Google Analytics
This website uses Google ™ Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help analyze how users use the website. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.

Google will use this information on behalf of the operators of this website for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on web activity for web operators, and providing other services relating to web activity and internet usage.

The IP address transmitted by your browser within the reach of Google Analytics will not be associated with any other data maintained by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however, please note that if you do so you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website.

You can also turn off tracking by Google Analytics by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-out browser add-on from your current browser. If you do not want your data stored, please install the de-activation tool provided by Google:

For more information, see this link (general information about Google Analytics and data protection). Please note that on this website, Google Analytics has “gat._anonymizeIp ();” extended to provide an anonymous collection of IP addresses (called IP concealment).

Facebook Pixel
Facebook Pixel is an analytical tool that helps advertisers measure, optimize, and create audiences. It also helps advertisers measure advertising effectiveness. Advertisers can use pixel data to make sure ads are showing to the right people, build an advertising audience, and unlock additional Facebook advertising tools. Facebook cookies are third-party cookies that are used to track website conversion goals and create (anonymized) lists of people who have visited our website. If you want to disable Facebook cookies on your browser, please visit

A cookie is a piece of information saved to your computer by a webpage you visited. The stored information usually include your settings and website settings such as preferred language or address. Later, when reopening the same page, your browser will send back the stored cookies to the appropriate page. This enables the site to display the information tailored to your needs. In order for this to work properly, in order for us to be able to further improve our site, and to improve your experience, this webpage needs to store a small amount of information (cookies) to your computer.

Over 90% of all webpages use this practice, but according to the EU regulations of May 2011, we must ask your permission to store cookies.

By using a webpage, you agree to using the cookies. Blocking the cookies means you can still view the page, but some of its functions and capabilities will be unavailable.

Cookies can store a wide variety of information, including the personal information (such as your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and so on). Still, these pieces of information can be stored only with your permission.

Webpages can not access the information you have not authorised and can not access other files on your computer.

You can not see the cookies saving and sending activities. Still, you can change your browser’s settings, and choose whether to accept or decline cookies saving, delete the saved ones automatically upon exiting the browser and so on.

How to disable cookies?

By turning off cookies, you decide whether to allow their saving on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your browser. For all the information regarding the cookie settings, choose your browser. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of our pages’ functionality.

What are temporary cookies?

Temporary or session cookies are removed from the computer after you have closed your browser. Website use them to store temporary data, like the items you put into the shopping cart.

What are permanent cookies?

Permanent or stored cookies stay on your computer even after you have closed your browser.

Websites use them to store data such as your username and password, so you do not have to sign in every time you visit them. Permanent cookies stay on your computer for days, months, even years.

What are first-party cookies?

First-party cookies originate from the visited website and can be permanent or temporary. Websites use them to store the data that will be used again during your next visit to the same site.

What are third-party cookies?

Third-party cookies originate from the other websites’ advertisements (pop-up or other kinds of advertising) at the website you have visited. Those websites can thus monitor the use of Internet in marketing.