I just received a 32kg AOS Punch kettlebell from Rogue Fitness. Rogue calls them Rogue "Kilo" Bells. They're also available from the Art of Strength (AOS) store where they're known as Punch kettlebells. (Yet another site offering these bells for sale is here.) AOS Punch kettlebells are made in the USA.
Below are photos comparing my 32kg AOS Punch bell to a 28kg Lifeline USA kettlebell. Lifeline USA kettlebells are also made in the USA.
The paint on the AOS kettlebell has a rougher texture than that of the Lifeline USA bells that I own. Both bells are matte black and the Lifeline USA paint still has some texture to it.
The handle diameter is the same on both - 1.5 inches.
The name plate on the AOS Punch bell matches the contour of the rest of the bell; but on the other side, there's a flat spot showing the weight designation. The Lifeline USA bell has flat spots on both the name plate side and the weight designation side.
I've tried a few swings and a few cleans with the AOS Punch bell. The somewhat rougher paint texture wasn't a problem for either movement. If anything, for the swings, it made it easier to grip the handle. That said, I haven't done enough with it yet to say whether the rougher texture will be better or not.