American/USA Made Pliers


We are compiling an ever growing list of American Plier Manufacturer & Brands, including large corporations, small companies and individuals that produce various hand tools here in the United States.


This list may include Pliers produced and assembled from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

Page created Sept 24, 2015, and the listings last reviewed Jun 25, 2016 by

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If a company listing contains an orange heading then those will contain links to retailers where you can buy their USA made hand tools on-line, and there may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same items.

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US Plier Manufacturer & Brands List

Armstrong Tools

Armstrong Tools are still, and will continue to be made in the U.S.A. They are designed and manufactured for professional tool users and continue to be manufactured with uncompromising quality.

Armstrong Pliers
Armstrong Pliers


Manufactured From high alloy steel using the most up to date manufacturing processes and heat treat for greater strength and durability. Made in the USA quality and availability.

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Channellock Corp.

CHANNELLOCK® has stood the test of time by making tools that do the same. Even after more than 125 years, it all comes back to Meadville, PA. From steel to store, every Channellock starts with high-carbon North American C1080 steel before it becomes that blue-handled masterpiece in your toolbox.

Channellock Pliers
Channellock Pliers


The CHANNELLOCK® Straight Jaw Tongue and Groove Plier is the tool every home and garage needs. This plier is built to last with a PermaLock® fastener to eliminate nut and bolt failure, patented reinforcing edge to minimize stress breakage and right angle, laser heat-treated teeth to provide a better, longer lasting grip. It's versatile, strong and durable enough to pass down to your kids. Made in the USA.

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Klein Tools

When our products say ‘Made In The USA,’ they are, in fact, made in the USA. Klein Tools has never closed a manufacturing facility in the United States and sent jobs overseas, and we have no intention of doing that in the future.

Klein Pliers
Klein Pliers


We don’t just make great products; we make great products that stand up to the demands of the professionals who use them every day. Because our standards are as high as yours, we demand that every one of our hand tools delivers all the performance, durability and precision that you need to get the job done right.

Klein manufacturs over 100 type of pliers, incuding linemans, side cutting, long nose and many industry specific pliers.

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Lang Tools

The Lang family has been making tools in Racine, Wisconsin since 1932. We understand professional hand tools - we understand how professionals use their tools.


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Wilde Tool Company

Wilde Tool is the manufacturer of the original angle nose plier introduced over 85 years ago. Wilde's 6N and 8N were the original angle nose pliers. They were designed with a 32 angle that created greater leverage. The original Wilde Wrench was granted U.S. Patent No. 1,800,447. Our original trademark was The Pliersmiths.


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Xuron Corp.

Very fine, precise tweezer like tips will handle the most delicate parts but are strong enough for forming and bending operations. One of the basic pliers for any hobbiest, crafter or jewelry maker.


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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce tools here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

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