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132783 No. 132783
I have been looking for a good pony plushy but the ones sold in stores are made in People's Republic of China, given their track record are there any plushies not made in that country?
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>> No. 132784
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Well it looks like this Beanie Baby Rainbow Dash was made in Ohio? I think? Maybe not.

I dunno, otherwise you could always get customs.
>> No. 132785
almost everything is made on china.
>> No. 132786

Unless you get a plush from a custom US maker, no, they're all made in china.

( a quick search on ebay shows all the plushes can be bought directly from the factories even. My 10" legit TY Rarity came right from Hong kong. )
>> No. 132790
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I personally got mine from:

Here's a picture taken from a long time ago.
>> No. 132949
This. Get your plushies from real crafters, they're usually well done, so you don't support a dictatorship where toys are made in sweatshops by people paid a few cents per day.
>> No. 132958
I hear you, wish Hasbro would not outsource plushy making to some Commies.
>> No. 132970
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Darn someone should go to Hasbro and explain to them why making plushies in People's Republic of China is bad.
>> No. 132976

even the 4DE plushies are made in China, and based on ones that i got - i would say their tolerances for an acceptable plushie are a bit wide (fabric smoothing up instead of down, leg too thin, muzzle cut improperly: if u want perfection, you're going to have to go with a custom plushie maker... (got mine from amazon)

not that im complaining, though: given the price it is still a great deal... though if u consider the fact they were made basically by slaves, they're still way over-priced

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