What is more appreciated than receiving a gift with your own name on it? The answer is: Your whole staff receiving gifts with their names on each gift. Personalized Pocket Knives are a great way to show your appreciation to your employees. Giving each staff member a long-lasting gift such as a sturdy pocket knife with your company logo laser engraved is a benefit to you, too.
Why give personalized pocket knives for Christmas?
They are appreciated.
They convey your generosity to your employees.
They display your company logo for eternity.
Each recipient can identify their knife because their name is personalized on it.
Logo’ed or Logo Knives are pocket knives that have your corporate logo laser engraved or screen printed, or pad printed on the blade or handle or bolster.
Personalization is a term used for putting a person’s name on each knife, so that each knife has a different name. This is great at Christmas time, when you are giving a logo knife to your employees, and you don’t want them to accidentally get switched. Having personalized knives in your shop will make sure a person can identify his very own knife in case he lays it down somewhere.
Not all knife engravers are capable of doing both of these processes. Some can do only one.
Buck knives are extremely popular, especially as Christmas gifts. Hunters, collectors, and other outdoorsmen love America’s most famous knives. Even ladies love to receive a useful pocket knife or multi-tool as a present.
Companies often like to show their logos on engraved Buck knives, and give them to their clients and employees. Here is the Best Choice for 2016:
Christmas is only 4 weeks away, and most companies like to give a gift with their logo on it. Do you know why custom engraved knives make the best gifts?
They are appreciated by all your employees and customers.
Knives are useful.
Gift knives are long-lasting. With proper care and sharpening, many can last a lifetime.
They come in many sizes, and are useful in hunting, opening boxes, cutting rope,and doing your manicure (if they have a nail file included).
Engraved knives with your corporate logo show that you care enough to give the best gift.
Pocket knives are used as business gifts by manufacturers, building contractors, seed companies, oil and gas drilling companies, printers, electrical contractors, hvac installers, plumbers, painters, carpenters, forestry departments, and many others.
I chose this list because different people need different features in a multi-tool. This gift list has a tool for everyone on your shopping list. The 7 Best Engraved Leatherman Tools for Christmas Gifts in 2016 are:
This is a long-time personal favorite of mine because it is a full-size tool with scissors and wire cutters, and even a tool to open to tough blister packed items that you buy in a store. The knife is available without having to open the pliers.
What makes this full size multi-tool special is the super hard, replaceable wire cutter blades, and electrical wire crimper.
These are all American made in the USA. Your corporate logo is laser engraved in the USA, also. Engraved Leatherman Tools are the perfect gift for the man (and woman) who has everything. Yes, even ladies will appreciate the Micra because of its small size and the handy features that it has.
If you are fortunate enough and skillful enough to bag a buck this season, then you will have some big problems.
Field dressing it.
Getting it out of the woods to your vehicle.
Check your filled-out permit either by phone or in person with a game agent, according to the laws of your state.
Have your deer processed, or do it yourself.
Buck knives can help you along the way. Our Buck knives are laser engraved by Compass, an expert at applying your logo to the best knives in the world. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter Lockback knife makes your job easier because it folds and fits easily into your pocket or the leather sheath that it comes with. For over 50 years, the Buck 110 has been the cornerstone of hunting knives. When someone mentions a Buck knife, this the one they are referring to 95% of the time.
Why did the Buck cross the road? Because he heard about you, your guns, and your buck knives.
You can only use it in the kitchen. False. It is perfectly ok to use a fruit knife at the table, as determined by Emily Post. “A doily goes under the finger bowl, and a fruit knife and fork on either side.”
It’s ok to use your fruit knife in a restaurant. False. At least, I wouldn’t recommend it. You might walk away and leave it there, and never see it again.
I’m in the knife business, and I examined many knives this year. These are undoubtedly the best pocket knives 2016.
Kershaw “Scallion” Knife, Camo 1620. A beauty of a knife.
Kershaw “Scallion” Knife, Camo 1620
The finest 420hc stainless steel and the design make this one of my favorites. It’s made in the USA by Kershaw in Oregon. The mechanism works very well, including a firm locking in the open position, and a safety latch that keeps it from accidentally opening. The full color camo design is a high resolution image embedded on the scales. The bead-blasted blade has a beautiful satin finish. It comes sharp and stays sharp. The Speedsafe assisted-opening system makes the blade pop open when you need it fast. It’s great as a gift since it comes in a genuine Kershaw gift box. Size: 3 1/2″ closed. It has a removable pocket clip.
Buck® introduced a new camo pocket knife in 2016. The Bantam BLW Muddy Water Camo Lockback 285MW.
Buck Bantam BLW Muddy Water Camo Lockback 285MW
The handle looks different from knife to knife. Made in the USA, this “medium size” pocket knife is a collector item and an EDC (every day carry) for all knife enthusiasts. The size is 4 3/8″ closed. The thermoplastic handle adds to the strength and economy of the weight of this favorite knife.
Kutmaster® is one of the biggest knife makers in the Eastern United States. It’s quality equals that of Buck®, but it’s prices are lower.
A super popular Kutmaster knife is the Compact Rescue Knife 95-1832L. Rescue knives are real popular because you can save someone’s life by breaking a window and removing their seat belt after a car accident. This knife is rugged, and made of quality 420 stainless steel. It features a pocket clip, razor sharp seat belt cutter, liner lock, and a glass breaking point at the end of the handle.