A recent example I bought a wine press. I actually didn't want something Chinese made but this is a very preliminary hobby for me and I didn't want to get something high end. Well, there was a small Chinese made model everywhere for around $60. Very old school and simple. Then there were other models that were the next level up of product. Basically they cost twice as much and all seem to still be made in China. Anything not Chinese made was more like $300 or more. So in summary it was still half the price to buy Chinese. So, I buy it and pay for the tariff or I spend a lot more on a non-Chinese product - either way I am spending more money than buying the same Chinese product prior to the tariffs...
POSTED BY GALAXIEPETE
Encountered a similar situation when I was buying furniture a few weeks ago. Ended up going American despite the slight extra cost, hopefully the Mercian quality lives up to the hype.
Probably more American companies in furniture than more niche products.