Why Is There A Setup Charge For Engraved Buck Knives?

Why the Setup Charge?
Why the Setup Charge?

When a business owner orders engraved Buck knives with his company logo, he generally has to pay a “setup charge”. What is this charge for?

  • The art department prepares the art file so that it will be legible at the size available on the knife. If there is too much small detail in the art file, they will suggest alternatives to the business owner.
  • The laser machine has to be set up with the art file. This takes a little time. It is the same amount of time, whether 10 knives or 1,000 knives will be laser engraved.
  • The knives have to be delivered to the laser machine from the warehouse. This also is the same amount of time, whether 10 or 1,000 knives are needed.

So, the setup charge is independent of the number of knives engraved. The price per knife can’t be adjusted for this finite charge. This is the fairest way to price the engraved Buck knives or any other imprinted item.

The 3 Best Uses For Personalized Pocket Knives

Personalized Pocket Knives are knives that have your company logo imprinted on them. Sometimes they have each recipient’s name laser engraved on them. Here are the best uses for these useful devices.

  1. Promotion. You can promote your company. And, this type of promotion lasts much longer than a newspaper ad, or a radio ad. Pocket knives usually last a lifetime. So will your company’s logo.
  2. Gratitude. Show your customers and employees how much you appreciate them. Your symbol of generosity will last many years.
  3. Incentive. Encourage your employees to work safely, and to work for many years. Knives are about the best safety award you can give. The knife with your corporate logo will help to solidify your relationship with your valuable employees.
Hero Boss
Hero Boss

Be a good boss. Be a Hero. Give personalized pocket knives at your next opportunity.

 

 

 

The 4 Best Features of Engraved Kershaw Knives

Engraved Kershaw Knives have these 4 features that make them attractive to business owners and their customers.

  1. SpeedSafe®. This is the trademark for their reliable assisted-opening mechanism. Once you start to open the knife with the flipper or thumb stud, the spring helps it along. Its function is smooth and dependable.
  2. Flipper. The finger flipper at the base of the blade tang make opening a breeze. It works along with the SpeedSafe® to give you a smooth experience. The flipper has another benefit when the knife is open, and you are using it. It protects your index finger from sliding into the blade.
  3. Frame Lock. Most Kershaw® knives have a frame lock or a liner lock. This provides a safe mechanism to keep the blade from retracting on you.
  4. Personalization. Besides engraving your logo, Kershaw® can personalize each knife with the name of each recipient. Your employees will love you for that.

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Why Engraved Gerber Knives Are The Best Golf Tournament Gifts

With golf season upon us, many tournaments are being planned. If you want to

Gerber Titanium Nitride Paraframe 8446
Gerber Titanium Nitride Paraframe 8446

advertise your company at a golf tournament, here are reasons why you should give engraved Gerber Knives as gifts.

  • They are designed by an American company.
  • They can be used by men and women.
  • They last many years.
  • They are appreciated by all golfers.
  • They are necessary tools for cutting and opening.
  • Your logo will last many years on engraved Gerber Knives.

 

Engraved Pocket Knives Worth Over $600 Each

Boker Leopard Damascus II Knife 111054dam
Boker Leopard Damascus II Knife 111054dam

This is a pocket knife that encases a piece of history. But why is it worth over $600?

  1. These Engraved Pocket Knives are made from recycled steel from the barrel of the German battle tank Leopard I. So, the material is in short supply.
  2. They have historic value, and are cherished by collectors.
  3. The Damascus blade is made by a time-consuming and labor-intensive process. That design is not laser engraved. It actually shows the layers that were made by forging, folding, forging, and folding again, many times.
  4. This knife comes with a certificate of authenticity.
  5. The aluminum handle is hardcoated 6061-T6 and has Ziracote wood insets.

This knife makes a unique retirement gift for a seasoned employee.