Looks like they are being built in CA.
Not sure if it is price competitive to build these in CA. A lower-cost state or even an overseas plant (with good management) can probably achieve the same quality.
Snap-On is currently charging $675 for their 1/2” Techangle torque wrench (300 ft-lb model). People still buy them; I am one of them. I am glad to see Californians employed in manufacturing. But is this really sustainable?