Gerber knives are anything but traditional. When I think of a traditional knife,
my attention goes to the W. R. Case Company. Most of their knives have 1, 2, or 3 blades, and the handle style is pretty much the same. The main differences are the materials that the handles are made from, and the colors .
Engraved Gerber knives, however, come in a variety of blade shapes. More importantly, the handles vary in the material and styles. They range from solid synthetic to tactical-looking stainless steel as in the Titanium Nitride Paraframe.
In 2020, Gerber introduced the rectangular shaped Quadrant Knife with a Bamboo handle. What an innovation for knife collectors. It opens easily with the flick of your wrist, and a touch of the flipper.
There are a lot of pocket knives out there to choose from, amiright? How do you choose the right one for your customers? Well, if you’ve at least narrowed your search down to the popular engraved Gerber knives, here are some stats about them that may surprise you:
Gerber Knives is the #1 direct military supplier of knives & multi-tools
Many of their knives are manufactured in Portland, OR
They use 686,000 lbs of steel a year!
One of the most prestigious positions at the company? The Knife Sharpener
It’s Christmas morning: You’re all cozy on the sofa.. in your pj’s with your hot cup of coffee.. watching your family open their gifts.. the smell of a breakfast casserole is wafting in from the kitchen.. What better way to spend a morning? Until, wait.. someone can’t quite open that box that Santa taped shut way too well. Any smart person would go straight for their best pocket knife to help open that stubborn box. To be honest, that pocket knife should always be by your side in times like this, no matter the time of year.
Today the National Guard is preparing to blow out 383 candles on its birthday cake. In 1636, the Massachusetts militia was officially organized to help defend the colony. The National Guard is our states’ main support during any sort of crisis. They provide rapid incident response within 6-12 hours. Their skills span a broad range- from combating drug trafficking, to medical triage, search & rescue, all the way to youth mentoring.
Your customers and employees will love celebrating this big birthday with any of these high-quality engraved camouflage knives.
Your business can probably use some extra advertising. If you put your company logo on laser engraved Gerber knives, you aren’t the only one benefiting. Your customers will enjoy these benefits. Here is why your customers need engraved Gerber knives.
First aid. From cutting bandage tape to removing splinters, a Gerber knife will help you solve the problem.
Opening boxes and letters. Everyone enjoys getting a box from Amazon or any online company. With a Gerber pocket knife, they are ready to open their package.
Opening blister packed items. Those darn blister packs are extremely hard to open. A good sharp pocket knife is a good way to solve that problem.
Cutting tape and paper in the office. Your office probably has a thousand more ways to use a handy pocket knife.
Cutting food such as cheese, apples, tomatoes. When you are away from your kitchen, your Gerber knife will help you get some nourishment.
Cutting up your juicy steak with a manly pocket knife makes your meal taste better.
Camping and fishing, of course. A fisherman always need to cut the end of the line when tying a lure or a fly. And a camper has a thousand uses for a knife. Cutting rope, making kindling, preparing food, and setting up the campsite.
Self defense. We don’t like to talk about knives as weapons, but they definitely can be used for your self defense. Hopefully, just showing a knife to an assailant will turn him away.
Here are our most popular models of Gerber knives:
There doesn’t need to be a national holiday to remind us all that buying engraved pocket knivesmade in the USA is one of the best ways to support our country. There are so many benefits, including but not limited to:
Up-close quality control
Less transportation & fuel costs
Increased jobs for Americans
So today, on National Manufacturing Day, don’t forget to support our local companies and workers and buy products made in the USA.
These two new Gerber knives are a little out of the ordinary.
The Obsidian Fine Edge Knife 1021 isn’t just a knife. It also has a nail file, phillips screw driver, and bottle opener, and flat head screw driver. All these are nicely hidden in the handle until you need them.
The other engraved Gerber knives that command attention, are the ones that don’t have a blade. Well, at least the blade isn’t part of the knife. The EAB Knife 41830 uses contractor quality utility knife blades. That assures that you can always have a brand new sharp blade to open boxes. Utility blades are good for a lot of cutting that a carpenter, electrician, and painter does. Need a money clip? There is a pocket clip built into this knife, which you can use to store your paper money, too.