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    Default Handcrafted in the USA

    Is that a Seven? Or a Lynskey?

    Consumers Love the Made in the U.S.A. Brand - The Daily Beast
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    Default Re: Handcrafted in the USA

    Quote Originally Posted by nahtnoj View Post
    Looks like a Hakkalugi hand job, which is actually made in china AFAIK.

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    Default Re: Handcrafted in the USA

    not a seven, though for many years (maybe still), their number one "retailer" was the South Korean distributor. we used to joke that everyone in South Korea must ride a ti seven given the number of units shipped there.

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    Default Re: Handcrafted in the USA

    I think most of us like the idea of "made in America". Then reality sets in. Look at the labels of your clothes - almost nothing is made in the USA. Electronics? Forget it.

    We like to talk about this stuff but look at the lines getting ready for the Black Friday sales already. Let's be honest, we really want things CHEAP...and fast.

    That's what makes those of us that use this forum a little unique. We want the best cycling stuff and are willing to pay for it. We are the cycling one percenters.

    Most people in our country really couldn't give a rat's ass about where stuff is made. That is unless it impacts their livelihood directly. And even then, they are still buying foreign made electronics and wearing foreign made close.

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