BIG Problem With Milwaukee's USA Made Hand Tools (THEY'RE LYING)

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BIG Problem With Milwaukee’s USA Made Hand Tools (THEY’RE LYING) Milwaukee tool has a brand new factory where they’re making these new hand tools in the USA:
Cutting Pliers (USA)
9″ Lineman’s Dipped Grip Pliers (USA) MT500
9″ Lineman’s Dipped Grip Pliers w/ Crimper & Bolt Cutter (USA) MT500C
9″ Lineman’s Dipped Grip Pliers w/ Thread Cleaner (USA) MT500T
8″ Long Nose Dipped Grip Pliers (USA) MT505
6″ Diagonal Dipped Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT506
7″ Diagonal Dipped Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT507
8″ Diagonal Dipped Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT508
9″ Lineman’s Comfort Grip Pliers (USA) MT550
9″ Lineman’s Comfort Grip Pliers w/ Crimper and Bolt Cutter (USA) MT550C
9″ Lineman’s Comfort Grip Pliers with Thread Cleaner (USA) MT550T
8″ Long Nose Comfort Grip Pliers (USA) MT555
6″ Diagonal Comfort Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT556
7″ Diagonal Comfort Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT557
8″ Diagonal Comfort Grip Cutting Pliers (USA) MT558

Screwdrivers (USA)
4PC Cushion Grip Screwdriver Set (USA) MT200-4
Includes: MT207, MT212, MT202, MT206
6PC Cushion Grip Screwdriver Set (USA) MT200-6
Includes: MT203, MT212, MT207, MT202, MT206, MT201
#1 Phillips 3″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT201
#2 Phillips 4″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT202
#3 Phillips 6″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT203
#2 Phillips 10″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT204
#2 Phillips 6″ Cushion Grip Demolition Screwdriver (USA) MT205
1/4″ Slotted 4″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT206
5/16″ Slotted 6″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT207
5/16″ Slotted 6″ Cushion Grip Demolition Screwdriver (USA) MT208
3/8″ Slotted 8″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT209
3/8″ Slotted 8″ Cushion Grip Demolition Screwdriver (USA) MT210
3/16″ Cabinet 3″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT211
3/16″ Cabinet 6″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT212
3/16″ Cabinet 8″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT213
1/4″ Cabinet 10″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT214
#1 ECX 4″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT215
#2 ECX 4″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT216
#1 Square 3″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT217
#2 Square 4″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT218
#3 Square 6″ Cushion Grip Screwdriver (USA) MT219

Only problem is they lied to us during their pipeline 2022 demonstrations about their new made in the USA hand tools.
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VCG Construction says:

To be MORE DISAPPOINTED by Milwaukee Tool WATCH THIS NEXT! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQXTIDdXfnc&list=PLZ34BOKFhmBcMwF8N1pGzzYAJbPBMrMKT&index=12

matt Alford says:

I don't really care where the tool is made. I'm not about paying the made in America tax lol.

Michael Rodgers says:

1200lbs? On wheels probably only needs 20lbs of force to move on a smooth floor.

J D says:

Milwaulkee Electricians pliers are the best I’ve ever used. They have wire stripping, cable cutting, screw cutting and deburr tool all in one.

Their screwdrivers were rubbish though, the tips weren’t hardened and wore after 3 uses.

Opies Home Shop says:

Given the choice between Milwaukee competitor made in China and Milwaukee made in USA I will choose the made in USA. Even if the quality is the same as a competitor.

Shuway says:

Didn’t see a pair of Kleins. If you’re dealing with electrical work and need pliers, they’re the go to. Milwaukee does have some go to tools for mechanics though so I’ll give them that.

Roger McCaslin says:

I've got an idea, instead of parlor tricks, why not explain the real world value of the tool. Seriously, I can't remember the last time I needed to pull my tool box with a screwdriver but I can remember the tip camming out when I tried to remove a particularly stubborn screw like it was yesterday. Because it was yesterday.

tim talbot says:

Convert weapons manufacturers to domestic products producers then ban Chinese containers

MCES LEX says:

If they're made in China and are better material and better quality I'm buying what's best for my wallet.

CAZ32TT says:

I bought the Milwaukee impact. I blew it up after two houses of finish trim. I’ve never returned. I just don’t believe anyone are giving us their best.

Adam Royce says:

Tip for stiff hinges on hand tools bought some snap on crimpers over priced I know Klein are better but he was there. Any how they were really stiff unusable he said to hit the hinge pin with a hammer on an anvil took some work and wd40 thay work as expected now.

Frankiecoast says:

I had a really expensive POS Milwaukee power drill lasted a few months; then, bought a Dewalt Power drill(this was 10yrs ago) that thing is still running strong as when I first bought it…

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