FYI & FWIW, packaging a product with "ISO9001" on the label mearly means that the manufacturer's QMS (quality management system) complies with that ISO Standard as evidenced by a Registrar's audit(s) results and has little to do with the quality (specification adherence for example) of any individual product.
Nevertheless, and in spite of the ISO's mandate that the system and not the product be cited as compliant, I'm more likely to purchase from a manufacturer who pays a Registrar to certify his QMS than one who does not.
Let's hear how the product performs. Maybe ther's a new bit player on the block!
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