5 Quick Tips About Ordering Engraved Kershaw Knives

Engraved Kershaw Knives are designed and marketed by an American Company that dates back to 1907. If you are thinking about ordering a batch with your corporate logo, here are some valuable tips:

  1. Shop for a reputable on-line knife distributor, like logo-knives.com.
  2. Have your art file ready in vector format. This would be an .ai or an .eps file. Sometimes pdf files are created as vector art. The knife distributor can help you on this.
  3. How many do you need? Since there is a minimum order, you will want to order
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    enough the first time, so you aren’t 1 or 2 knives short of your needs.

  4. Ask to see a virtual proof before the Kershaw knives are engraved.
  5. Personalization. Do you want some of the knives to be marked with the recipient’s name? If you are using these as awards, this adds meaning to the gift.

When your knives arrive, enjoy giving them out. You will be considered a hero.


The Best Rescue Pocket Knives For EMT’s

Gordon Blake With The Best Rescue Knives
Gordon Blake With The Best Rescue Knives

I found the best rescue pocket knives on display in Cleveland Ohio last week. Gordon Blake, of Big River Marketing is showing us the Heavy Duty Rescue Knife (with yellow bolster). In his other hand is the “Ball Bearing Assisted Opening Professional Grade Rescue Knife”. It opens with a breeze, using only one hand. Both knives are made by Utica Cutlery Company (the Kutmaster line).

More details can be found by clicking the pictures below:


95-1837L Heavy Duty Rescue Knife 95-1837L

95-1838L copy Easy Open Rescue Knife 95-1838L

The Newest Knife With Your Logo

1938Trail Blazer Knife & PaulRizzo
1938Trail Blazer Knife & Paul Rizzo

Are you looking for a new unique knife gift for your customers? The Trail Blazer Pocket Knife 1938 has arrived. It was introduced by Compass Promos at the OPPA product show in Cleveland Ohio in January 2018. Paul Rizzo, the company representative is shown here with the knife fully open. For a light weight knife, it is a full 4 inches long. It is light because of the minimalist handle design. As a bonus, it has the features on a multi-tool, with a carabiner, bottle opener, screwdriver, serrated blade, and a gut hook. The hook can be used to safely open a blister pack.


The Best Pocket Knife In An Emergency

Do you want to be prepared for any emergency? One of these may be the best pocket knife for you.

Rescue knives can:

  1. safely cut seat belts.
  2. break windows with one blow.
  3. cut rope or anything else.
  4. save your life.


95-1832L Kutmaster Compact Rescue Knife 95-1832L

mk110 Starline Elemental Survival/Rescue Knife MK110


An Engraved Leatherman Tool You Can’t Live Without

This Engraved Leatherman Tool is so useful, that I personally can’t live without.

The Wingman (LM37) is a great set of pliers. It has wire cutter, bottle

Clamshell Packages
Opening Clamshell Packages The Hard Way

opener, can opener, and many other function. The one tool that is a personal necessity for me is the Package Opener. It easily opens those “plastic clamshell” packages that are a problem to open. These are the clear packages that show the product, but don’t let you get to it without a fight. The Package Opener safely and quickly opens those things. It’s safe, because it is designed like a little hook. You don’t push it, you pull it along the edge of the “bubble” area of the packaging.

lm37.jpg Leatherman® Wingman LM37