11 Of The Most Expensive Items Made In The USA | So Expensive | Insider Business

From handcrafted Steinway pianos in New York City and Copper River King salmon from Alaska, to hand-forged Damascus knives in New England and Cuban link chains from Miami, America is home to some of the world’s most expensive goods. We took a road trip from coast to coast to discover the stories behind them. Our first stop is the Stetson hat factory in Garland, Texas.

00:00 – Intro
00:43 – Why Stetson Hats Are So Expensive
07:16 – Why Steinway Pianos Are So Expensive
15:19 – Why Damascus Knives Are So Expensive
25:09 – Why NASA Spacesuits Are So Expensive
35:41 – Why Cuban Link Chains Are So Expensive
42:58 – Why Copper River King Salmon Is So Expensive
55:16 – Why Survival Bunkers Are So Expensive
01:02:09 – Why Humanetics Crash Test Dummies Are So Expensive
01:29:31 – Why Stone Crabs Are So Expensive
01:15:37 – Why Manoomin Wild Rice Is So Expensive
01:30:26 – Why Benitoite Is So Expensive

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this video showed the incorrect NASA suit video was included in this compilation the correct episode of “Why NASA Space Suits Are So Expensive” has been included in the updated compilation. We regret this error.

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