Top 10 "Made in USA" Tools? Best USA-Made Products Ever Tested by Project Farm

Top 10 USA-Made Products ever tested by Project Farm. Best locking pliers, knife sharpener, rounded nut extractor, torque wrench, adjustable wrench, lineman’s pliers, knife, burr bit set, ceramic spray coating, and plastic trim restoration. I purchased all of the products tested and supplies used in the testing to ensure an unbiased review. So, thank you for supporting the channel.

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➡ Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order):
Eagle Grip Locking Pliers:
Lansky Knife Sharpener:
Rocket Socket Rounded Nut Extractor:
Channel Lock Lineman’s Pliers:
Hybrid Solutions Ceramic Spray Coating:
CERAKOTE Plastic Trim Restoration:
Benchmade Knife:

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12 Replies to “Top 10 "Made in USA" Tools? Best USA-Made Products Ever Tested by Project Farm”

  1. I saw videos on boots and jeans, how about running shoes? Like a high end brand like Hoka and Brooks as compared to Under Armor and Nike.

  2. I used to make the craftsman usa adjustable wrenches. I worked for stanley proto tools. We made proto, challenger, blackhawk and some craftsman tools

  3. The amount of time you put into these videos is amazing man ! we really appreciate it !

  4. Just want to say thanks for all your tool test videos. I always end up adding tools I find in your videos to my list to add to my collection. Since I make a living fixing things these insights go a long long way.

  5. So…let me get this straight…”used by many calibration shops”, as you said, with a $1000 torque tester ?
    Really ? That’s the resolution that can be expected when hiring a calibration shop to test my torque wrenches ?
    And how much do they charge for said “calibration” ? I mean, if I can buy that tool for $800-$1200, depending on where I buy it from, why do I need a “special” certificate from a “$1000 TOOL” calibration shop ?
    When I can buy my own, like you did, for….duh…$1000 ?
    Having said that, Why would a “calibration shop” be using such an INEXPENSIVE calibration tool, as compared to calibration equipment that utilizes the same principles as your BUDGET diagnostic equipment, but costs three to four times as much, and offers a resolution double than what you are using ?
    You don’t have to answer that, I understand what you’re doing here. Getting rich on subscribers.
    Great game my friend.

  6. This is helpful. Can you do one with any country based on budget? As in, if you were a regular DIY on a budget, what tools would you choose to include in your garage?

  7. Happy 4th! How about best tire pressure gauge for cars, trailers, ATV's and pressure tanks!

  8. Please do one on standard motor oils. Just regular versus like supertech and others

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