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Does anyone know of a high intensity light that is made in the U.S.A.?
I should have explained it better - a desk reading high intensity light.

To add to the list... I was looking at an old cycling short I have and a few cycling jerseys
from the late 1990s, and the De Soto Sport label says Made in the U.S. They're still in business.

Another cycling gear company: Voler.
 
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I like my USA made Jeep.


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yeah I called them , no answer , twice,
and the two local places that carry , / install them could not confirm that they are american made


I don't know 100% if they are made in the U.S.. However, ACR EPIRBS and PLB are by far the best quality ones on the market and would be my only choice. I just bought 2 ACR V4's for a yacht today. ACR is a US government contractor so I would assume they are, but not sure. Their headquarters and factory are 30 minutes from my house in Fort Lauderdale,FL and I have been there many times.
 
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Each Firebrand Flag incorporates the same fire-retardant, kevlar fabric that keeps our service members and first responders safe. Our flags maintain strict adherence to height, width and color specifications. To ensure our Flags can never BURN, we reinvented the manufacturing process right here in the U.S. so that you can rest assured that our Firebrand Flags will always stand for the values we hold dear.
*Veteran Owned And American Made.

https://firebrandflags.com/product/fire-brand-flag/
 
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Firebrand Flags will always stand for the values we hold dear.
Flag Size: 3'x5"
Packaging Dimensions: 9"D X 12"L X 3.5" W
Item Weight: 3lbs

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Firebrand Flags will always stand for the values we hold dear.
Flag Size: 3'x5"
Packaging Dimensions: 9"D X 12"L X 3.5" W
Item Weight: 3lbs

something ain't right
typo?

I have no doubt it's 5' wide.



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Lomax hard tonneau covers. Made in North Dakota.


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I recently bought this US-made PanaVise. Such a useful tool. There are cheaper foreign-made knock-offs, but they don’t have the quality, or range of accessories.

PanaVise 381 Vacuum Base PanaVise

www.amazon.com/dp/B000B63276/r..._api_i_orn9EbX47QEBF



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The older and newer expensive Wilton vises.
The cheaper ones are made in China unfortunately.

https://www.wiltontools.com/us...ch-vises-bullet/W120
 
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CM chain binders and rigging supplies. Lock’n’lube grease gun attachment which is amazing!


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Portable modular camp kitchens
Www.Tailgatengo.com





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I like my Wright adjustable wrenches.


http://www.wrighttool.com/
 
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Black Rifle Coffee Does that count? (the beans from Colombia and Brazil)


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Chapman Manufacturing has probably been mentioned already, but I recently bought one of their special sets in the wooden case and they are as good as I expected them to be.


https://chapmanmfg.com/



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Wigwam socks.
 
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E-6000 adhesive
Is made in Eugene ,Or
by
www.eclecticproducts.com

I can't think of an instance ,when
E-6000 has disappointed me,
in over 25 years.

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Anyone mention Ed Brown 1911s yet? Smile
 
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Weathertech floor mats



That's a pretty good one. Great product.


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Recently broke my wifes favorite: Oxo Good Grips can opener on a can of Tuna Fish. (The shaft of the teeth bent cause I cranked it hard). Replaced with same, and also bought a 2nd opener made in the US by someone calling themselves EZ-DUZ-IT. The made in USA EZ-DUZ-IT outperforms the Chinese made "good Grips" and also costs less. Likely it will be the last can opener I ever buy. Performance measures for me were:

1st) How easy it is to clap it onto a can.
2nd) How easy and fast it is to turn the handle.
3rd) Needs to leave NO sharp edge so that the dog can directly lick and clean off any can I open.
4th) Apparent strength of build. The metal on the EZ is much thicker.

 
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