If you are a procrastinator, then this time of year, you probably have a lot of outdoor projects that didn’t get done. You might agree that golfing, boating, swimming, and vacationing were given top priority all summer long. Now it’s time to get down to business.
Your Leatherman engraved tools can help you tackle your honey-do list. With one multi-tool, you can speed through many small tasks like:
Pulling loose nails on your fence.
Tightening up loose screws on your outdoor fixtures.
Installing an outdoor security system.
Filing down a sharp edge on your gate.
Cutting a vine that keeps hitting you when you walk by.
Cutting that loose thread hanging from an awning.
Straightening out a piece of metal on a part of your garage, shed, playground toys, or outdoor fixture.
Checking the screws and bolts on your snow blower.
Now you can enjoy the rest of the fall, by gathering up your leaves before the snow falls.
knife is intended for each person whose name is engraved on it. The reason for this statement is that some people want their logo on 100 knives, and they call that personalizing. It’s not really personalizing unless each knife has the name of each recipient on it.
If you want your logo engraved on 100 knives, it is more accurate to call that “engraving” or “logo-ing”.
Kershaw has developed some popular-looking knives, and continues to make
them. The Chive (1600) and the Leek (1660) are the best examples of that success. However, Kershaw is not just resting on their laurels. They introduced two new engraved Kershaw knives in the last several months. The Reverb (1220), the Duojet (8300) and the Tremolo (1390). All 3 have a refreshing new look to them. Simply the pictures of them lead to sales. The designers have made use of form, color, and texture in their new designs. Blades with the stone-washed look are currently very popular. That’s what the Tremolo has. The Reverb’s best selling point is its carabiner. It offers an extra way to carry it. The Duojet offers a 2-toned handle, the assisted-open feature, and the titanium carbo-nitride coating on the blade and handle. What a combination of attractive features. Enjoy examining these 3 new knives yourself….
Sunday is Grandparents Day, and Grandpa would love to get a small gift from you. What do you give someone who already has everything? Choose from a collection of pocket knives engraved with his name. A man can never have too many pocket knives. Here are a few of the most popular knives for the older generation.
Engraved Gerber knives will have you waiting a longer time for your order. The manufacturer, Gerber, must be really busy. They take longer to make and send us their blank knives, so we can engrave your logo on them. Nevertheless, Gerber has many fans around the world, and they usually don’t mind waiting for a good product.
Here are some helpful tips if you want to give Kershaw pocket knives to your customers this year.
Style and Size. Engraved Kershaw Knives come in different styles and sizes. Pick the one that draws your interest. Your customers will probably like that one too.
Budget. Some Kershaw knives are made in the USA and some are imported. So, the price range is wide. What is the average lifetime value of each of your customers? Do they spend $5,000 a year? If so, they would spend they would spend $100,000 over 20 years. Would you be willing to spend $40 to $100 on an advertising gift for that customer? Remember, Kershaw knives have a lifetime guarantee, and your logo will always be seen.
Features. “Speed Safe” is a patented easy-open mechanism that is built into some of these knives. It opens with a single touch of the flipper.
Color. Your corporate logo may have a color. If so, some Kershaw knives come in colors. Maybe one of them is your color.