@HammerheadFistpunch said in Good companies - With questionable manufacturing.:
The way to offset that gamble though, is to buy from companies that understand how expensive it is to NOT support customers, even on their overseas stuff with less than flagship quality.
This point can't be stressed enough. Like how many employers don't understand that employee turnover is bad, it's expensive to hire and train...dealing with an unhappy customer is expensive and leads to that customer possibly going elsewhere. The Cost of Acquiring Customers (CAC) is often high, just give them high quality, if possible.