off-brand

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off-brand

(ôf′brănd′, ŏf′-)
adj.
Of or being a product sold inexpensively under a relatively unfamiliar brand name and often considered inferior to better known brands.

off′-brand′ n.
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com/blog/black-friday-cyber-monday-tv-predictions-for-2017/) analysts expect to see even premium brand 50" TVs going for $200 while off-brands may come in as low as $175.
Even the off-brands, he said, "afford most people the
When many distributors reach an agreement to be a franchise distributor of a name brand product line, the company agrees not to carry off-brands or competing brands in many cases.
The merchandise was a mix of seconds, closeouts, off-brands, non-brands, and assorted flotsam and jetsam.
Both local businessmen say the reliability of their rebuilt cartridges is far better than that of Internet off-brands.
Bargain-hunting smokers who opt for discounted off-brands complain that the cheaper packs go up in smoke too fast.
With a virtual price war underway, off-brands are cutting prices even further, increasing warranties and accepting thinner margins.
Most of the work we do is on newer systems that are off-brands or of inferior quality," said Lubitz.