I've no problem with that,I've a big problem with spending £45 to £50 on a bell,and an even bigger one should I wish to equip all five of my bikes with them,however good the quality.
I have some sympathy with Spurcycle but the product isn't patented and so is open to copy.
The above link can be summarised as "Small company discovers 'Made in the USA' labelling isn't worth as much as they thought" (it means especially little here in Europe - both the USA and China are far away). Now it looks like they'll make the protectionism mistake for their next design so I expect the next article about them to be "Small company discovers patent protection is expensive and doesn't protect them much".
I've various Adie bells on mine. Reasonably cheap, classic designs (I've bought brrring ones and temple bells) with good parts that seem to last. I've also had various others over the years and share the dislike of plastic parts mentioned above.
MJR, mostly pedalling 3-speed roadsters. KL+West Norfolk BUG incl social easy rides http://www.klwnbug.co.uk
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