I didn't actually buy this item on Overstock.com, but because I saw the "Made in USA" label on this site while researching blenders, I felt re-assured buying the very same model on Amazon with a gift card I was given by a friend. I had the same disappointment as the previous poster when to my surprise the box said "Made in China." I spent quite a bit of time and concentration reviewing immersion blenders to find what I THOUGHT was the best "Made in USA" option for my budget and circumstances. Hopefully Overstock will be much more careful in it's future labeling of products, since some of us ACTUALLY care about where our stuff gets made, the wages that were paid to the worker, environmental considerations, and the way the purchase might affect our local and national economic well-being.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? don't know
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. don't know
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? On site description says "MADE IN USA," box says "MADE IN CHINA" - disappointing