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The Uncertainty:
Please be advised that during this time of global issue, we may get some effects on the transit times on the deliveries. Our business is depending on many people in between to bring the product to us and to you. From the manufacture, overseas customs, logistic companies, US customs and the delivery men and women. We do our best to keep up with our promise for the delivery between 2 to 12 business days, however, if it must delay a little bit, please understand of this prior announcement and we are open to a two- way communication. Feel free to contact us for questions.
Attention to all overseas buyers: check with your local government restriction on the delivery areas first before placing an order. If in doubt, contact us, we will help you to look for the latest information on delivery.

From all of us at THWN, we really appreciate your businesses, supports, and attention.
Thank you.
Updated June 11, 2021

Our valued customers,
Please be advised that w
e do not display all the memon® products on our website due to inventory needs and customer demand. However, if you are looking for a specific product(s), we can happily add your desired product to our next shipment from Germany with the same price. This is categorized as "special order". If you have questions or want to make a purchase, please contact us via email or by phone at 253.697.6565 Pacific Standard Time to get more detailed information about the price and shipping cost.

Thank you for your attention and we look forward to servicing you.
Updated June 11, 2021

Bay Area city blocks 5G deployments over various health concerns:

The Bay Area, or sometimes known as the silicon valley, is well-known as the unofficial center of the modern technological and digital world. This has not stopped one city from taking a stand against an untested and potentially very dangerous new technology. The city council of Mill Valley City, CA, just several miles north of San Francisco, voted unanimously to effectively block deployments of small-cell 5G antennas in the city's residential areas. We can only hope that other cities will follow Mill Valley City's example. Read more about the decision of the Mill Valley City city council here