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    Where are iKon razors currently made? Another website has them starting out in Thailand. Are they still made in Asia, or are they now made in the USA?
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    Thailand last i knew
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triad View Post
    Thailand last i knew
    +1 That's what I recall also.

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    Interesting. Thanks for the info. (Sorry about the link to that other site.)

    That reduces my interest quite a bit. I love my Feather AS-D1 and really like the fact that it is precision-made in Japan, but I have been looking for something solid, stainless steel, and made in the USA. Tradere and Weber are the only two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffOlson View Post
    Interesting. Thanks for the info. (Sorry about the link to that other site.)

    That reduces my interest quite a bit. I love my Feather AS-D1 and really like the fact that it is precision-made in Japan, but I have been looking for something solid, stainless steel, and made in the USA. Tradere and Weber are the only two?
    Weber ($70) and Tradere ($169) are the only currently 'made in USA' solid stainless steel razors that I am aware of.
    In my opinion, both are excellent razors for the money. The Weber is a great value for the money - the handle alone is well worth its weight. The Tradere may seem expensive to some, but is exquisite in terms of workmanship, truly a piece of working art. Good luck - much enabling intended!
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