10-22-2020, 11:06 AM
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  • stan
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If you're in the market for a SS or AL razor you may want to check them out. Great sale/price reduction or what ever it is.
Their stainless razor prices are reduced as low as $99.00. I don't need one but wanted to share info.

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 10-23-2020, 10:04 PM
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Is that because they now won't be made in the USA?

I bought one about 2 years ago, for that sole reason, and I live in Ireland. I was reading recently they're going to be shifting their production to a cheaper location. Pretty disappointing really.

I know for me, I have no issue paying a high end price, but only if the guy making it is deserving of it, and not just some automated production line. If you know what i mean.

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 10-24-2020, 06:29 PM
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  • norton
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So browsing another forum, the story going around is that the Windsor Pro (in polished stainless or aluminum) is indeed produced in China.

The rest of the line - Classic, Windsor Stainless, SEs and Aluminum lines are all still made in the USA. 

I don't consider this surprising - if made in the USA is what you are after, you still have that option from ATT. 

Audio companies do this regularly.  Some lines made in the US, some overseas.  It's a business after all. 
This (IMO) just lets them reach more people.  Everyone loves a bargain, and not everyone wants to drop North of 150.00 on a razor (present company excluded of course). 

Based on reviews I've seen here for straight up Chinese made brushes vs Simpsons - I think we might want to see the execution before passing judgement. 

Anyone interested should just contact ATT - I've always found them highly responsive to my inquiries.

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