2 Engraved Leatherman Tools I Can’t Live Without

These 2 Engraved Leatherman Tools are either in my pocket, clipped to my pocket, or nearby.

Leatherman Wingman LM37. This all-purpose tool appeals to me mainly because it

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has spring-action scissors and a safe blister package opener. Not only that, it has all these other tools built into one compact package:

Spring-action Needle nose Pliers
Spring-action Regular Pliers
Spring-action Wire Cutters
420HC Combo Knife
Wood/Metal File
Small Screwdriver
Medium Screwdriver
Phillips Screwdriver
Ruler (1.5 in / 3.8 cm)
Bottle Opener
Can Opener
Wire Stripper

I do keep a Wingman on each of my vehicles, plus one in the office, one in my boat, and one in my shed. I don’t usually work on my vehicles, but I do spend a lot of time fixing and enjoying my motor boat. This tool saves me from loading 10 pounds of extra repair tools onto my floating oasis.

Leatherman Style CS LM36. When traveling light, and when I’m all dressed up, I usually keep this smaller tool in my pocket. The useful features are a spring-loaded scissors, super

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sharp knife, nail file with a screw driver end (for small flathead screws and phillips screws), tweezers (for removing splinters), a bottle opener, and a carabiner clip. That’s a lot of capability for a tool that weighs only 1.4 ounces.

The Newest Knife With Your Logo

1938Trail Blazer Knife & PaulRizzo
1938Trail Blazer Knife & Paul Rizzo

Are you looking for a new unique knife gift for your customers? The Trail Blazer Pocket Knife 1938 has arrived. It was introduced by Compass Promos at the OPPA product show in Cleveland Ohio in January 2018. Paul Rizzo, the company representative is shown here with the knife fully open. For a light weight knife, it is a full 4 inches long. It is light because of the minimalist handle design. As a bonus, it has the features on a multi-tool, with a carabiner, bottle opener, screwdriver, serrated blade, and a gut hook. The hook can be used to safely open a blister pack.

 

9 Barlow Knives That You Didn’t Know Existed

When you hear the words “barlow knives”,

Schrade Jackmaster Barlow

most people think about the old fashioned knives that were invented in England in 1670. More of their background is shown here on “History of Barlow Knives“. These knives were built rugged, with an over-sized brass bolster, so the blade was firmly secured in its cradle. They were, and still are, 3 3/8” long closed. Their familiar slight tear-drop shaped makes it comfortable in the palm of your hand when using it. They come in all prices, and are made by many knife manufacturers around the world.

But here are 9 Barlow knives that you may not have heard of. They aren’t fashioned after the famous barlows. They used to be made by the Barlow company in Los Angeles, California until the turn of this century. Barlow was bought out by another company, which kept the trade name. This company, Norwood, was bought out by Bic Graphic about 10 years ago. These Barlow knives, some of them renamed, are sought after by people who remember the original LA company, and like their quality and economy. So here are the 9 popular Barlow knives that you may not have known existed until today…..

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65080_Z.jpg Small Rosewood Pocket Knife-Silver

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21174_Z Framelock Folding Knife 21174

21050_Z Pocket Knife/Carabiner 21050