Personalized Pocket Knives with your company logo are used as business gifts every day. Here are 4 misconceptions about this useful gifting idea:
Pocket Knives are for men only. False. Many women welcome a promotional pocket knife as a thoughtful gift. They like to keep them in their purse for emergencies like cutting string and opening boxes.
Pocket Knives are just weapons. False. They are as much a weapon as baseball bats. They have many useful peaceful purposes. Like opening blister-sealed packages, cutting rope, cardboard, and cutting things in projects involving your car, home, boat, and garage.
Business gifts should not have sharp edges. False. This is based on an old superstition, like opening an umbrella in a house, and rocking an empty rocking chair. Most people now are careful enough to safely handle a sharp pocket knife.
Pocket Knives cannot be taken on airplanes. False. The TSA allows you to pack pocket knives in your luggage and check it at the counter. You just can’t take them into the passenger cabin of the aircraft. The TSA was going to allow small pocket knives on board in 2015, but they reversed their ruling due to remarks from the airlines personnel.
So keep on giving quality pocket knives to your best customers. They will appreciate your generosity!
The Shadow gets the Logo-Knives Award for 2016 because of its simplistic design and engineering. It is all steel, but is light as a feather. The minimal handle allows your logo on the blade to be visible even when the knife is closed.Stonewash Pocket Knife 7902
Black stainless steel blades are “IN”. This knife has an amazingly heavy feel to it. Production time to have your company logo laser engraved on the blade is normally 7-10 business days, but rush service is available.
Your company logo will look good on a fruit knife. Your customers need fruit knives to carve or inspect fruit and vegetables. These knives are necessary for people who work in fruit and vegetable warehouses. They need to cut into some fruits to see the color and texture. The average person can use one to make interesting carvings for the family.
Every blade comes pre-sharpened, and stays sharp longer than other knife blades.
All tools are Made in America. This is very important to most people, even though it prevents lowering the price.
Expertly-designed by the best tool engineers.
Made and assembled to the strictest tolerances.
So it boils down to this. When you give the best tool to your customers, you have created a successful advertising campaign that will last a lifetime. Give engraved Leatherman Tools and they will promote your business for you.
She is all stainless steel, 3″ long closed, and fits easily in your pocket. The locking mechanism is a frame lock. She’s easy to open with the SpeedSafe® assisted opening system. Your company logo can be laser engraved on the handle or blade, or both.
Buck has become a household term when you are talking about the best pocket knives. According to our sales figures for 12 months, here are the most popular Engraved Buck Knives. Business owners love to see their logo on one of these pocket knives. They like to give a safety award or corporate gift that has a high perceived value. Their employees and customers appreciate the generosity. Client loyalty is a natural outcome from receiving a genuine Buck Knife from a business owner. Here are the top 4 winners:
Some pocket knives that are really attracting attention today have a “futuristic” look to them. The designers are thinking ahead and knife buyers are responding. Business owners that like to see their company logo on Engraved Pocket Knives are going full speed ahead and placing orders for these attractive non-customary looking folding pocket knives…….
Let’s say that your boss would like you to order some Gerber Knives for him. He wants to have the company logo printed on them, and he wants to use them as safety awards for the guys in the shop. Here are some questions he needs to have answered, and you are in charge of finding the answers:
Are Gerber Pocket Knives popular with the work force? ANSWER: Yes. Everyone has heard of the Gerber brand of quality company logo knives.
Is Gerber an old USA knife-making company? ANSWER: Yes. Gerber has been making knives since 1939. They are based in Oregon. They make some of the knives there, and import some also.
How soon can he have the engraved Gerber knives? ANSWER: Production time starts when you approve a proof. Production takes 10 business days. If you need them sooner, just let us know your deadline, and we will let you know if we can meet it.
Will the engraving last forever? ANSWER: Yes. Laser engraving will last forever.
Will the knives last forever? ANSWER: Yes. Gerber gives you a FULL LIFETIME WARRANTY (North America Only). Warranty limited to 25 years outside of North America
What kind of art file do you need? ANSWER: Vector art is the best. Examples are eps and ai files. We can use other files, but will need to modify them to give your logo the neatest and clearest look on your knives. There is a small charge for that, depending on the complexity of your logo.
Can we see a virtual proof before we order? ANSWER: Yes. It will just take a day or 2.
Where do new and unique pocket knife designs come from? Companies like Buck, Kershaw, CRKT, Gerber, Kutmaster, and Dako are coming up with new designs every year. They present them at trade shows, which I go to, as often as I can.
This is a scene from last week’s TOM Show in Cleveland Ohio. This is where suppliers of promotional products show their new imprinted products and Engraved Pocket Knives that have just been developed. My main man for Buck, Leatherman, Gerber and Kershaw is Paul Rizzo. His partner, Kent Getsee owns the company Preferred Lines Marketing. They represent Rainkist Umbrellas, Pentel Imprint, Bay State, Compass Industries, Devara and Tervis at the trade shows. Shown in this picture is a new knife by Dako that is not yet on my website. Paul is also wearing the new engraved Leatherman Tread.
How do I find new company logo knives to put on the website? I mainly go to trade shows. Yesterday there was a huge show in Mayfield Heights, a suburb of Cleveland Ohio. It was sponsored by “New Product Showcase” (NPS). The foot of snow didn’t keep promotional product distributors and suppliers away. Here’s a picture of an emergency exit door showing how high the snowfall was.
I ran into one of my good friends, Vince Deissroth, who represents Redline, an imprinter of personalized pocket knives . He’s holding a Maxam Camo Knife with a fashionable black half serrated blade, soon to be on my website.