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Fissler Warranty purchasing overseas

pulse | Sep 30, 201801:38 PM    

I am torn between ordering Fissler Original Pro from Amazon Europe shipped to the USA, and buying from within the USA where I could for instance pay $60 more for something I am currently looking at, over waiting for a low price from Europe. Aside from the extra hassle and wait, I find there is no warranty at all from Fissler unless I purchase from an authorized seller within the USA. I contacted both Fissler USA and Fissler International, and they both make this situation clear. On the one hand the chance of a defect down the line seems remote, but on the other hand I do hate to give up the otherwise excellent warranty. I'm wondering what have others thought about this when you ordered Fissler overseas? Thanks!

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