These new Boker
company logo knives are sure to attract attention from your customers. They will love to see your corporate logo laser engraved on them.
The Magnum Catamaran knife is just what the sailor needs, when working with the lines on his boat.
The USAF Survival Knife was designed for the Air Force in the late 1940’s.
The history buffs will love this new Boker knife made from the tooth of an Imperial Mammoth.
For the city folk who want to protect themselves in the asphalt jungle, the Urban Trapper Tanto knife is just the perfect EDC knife.
If you want to get
engraved Buck knives for your employees, here are 6 tips to simplify your job.
Get an .eps art file of your logo from your artist. Eps files are the neatest, and will
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make your logo look very professional when it is laser engraved on the knives. Other files may be acceptable. A good knife merchant is able to convert your files to eps files.
Find out how many knives you need for your promotion. Always order a few extra for last minute changes.
Find a reputable merchant online by searching for “
engraved Buck knives“. Is their website neat, organized, and easy to order from?
Contact the online merchant if you have any questions, or just want to get to know them. Are they friendly and knowledgeable?
Complete the order online, and submit your credit card number and your art file. Now just wait for the email proof, and then your
engraved Buck knives. Enjoy!
Do you need
engraved Leatherman tools for a promotion for your company? Here are a few guidelines to make your promotion a success.
Get an eps file for your logo. The engraver will need this, for a neat imprint.
Get an accurate count of how many tools you will need, then add a few, in case more recipients pop up later.
Don’t wait till the last minute. Production time can be 7-10 business days after you approve a proof. Rush production is sometimes available.
Find the best Leatherman engraver online. Get one that responds quickly to your emails or phone calls. Also, find a website that is neat and easy to navigate and order from.
Place your order, and pay by credit card. Most people do it this way because of the convenience, safety, and protection from a bad merchant.
Make plans on how you will distribute the Leatherman tools. Possibly design a flyer or email to announce your promotion.
When they arrive, pass out your
engraved Leatherman tools in person or at a meeting or party designed around your promotion. Your workforce will be so happy that you came up with this wonderful idea.
Price and quality are the 2 main parameters when you are looking to buy
company logo knives with your corporate logo laser engraved. This year, the most popular knives are:
The Maxam® Digital Camo Knife RSK11168.
Dave Navoyosky & Vince Deissroth With the $1.99 Camo Knife
The best feature of this Maxam® knife is the price. At $1.99, you can afford to give this knife to visitors of your table at a trade show. It’s in the price range of a good pen, but will last longer than a pen. It’s perceived value is much higher than its cost. Who ever threw away a pocket knife? Who ever threw away a pen? Your corporate logo can be imprinted on the handle in full color, or just white, for free.
This Buck® knife has always been popular because of its quality and reputation. Your company logo looks great laser engraved on the blade. You can’t go wrong when you give this knife to your best customers.
This Case® knife came out last year, and is popular because of its quality, it’s made in the USA, and the color coordinates with most color logos. People love to see their logo engraved in color on the gray handle.
engraved Buck Knives are ones that:
Show your company logo without having to open them. Laser engraving on the handle or bolster is preferred.
Reflect the quality level of your company. You don’t want to give away cheap knives if you have a high end company.
Coordinate with your corporate colors. Blue, black, orange camo, regular camo, natural wood, stainless steel.
Are made in the country of your choice. Do you prefer USA-made or imported?
Have the design style that is consistent with your company style. Is it traditional or tactical?
Some of the great new ideas in the past for
company logo knives have been:
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A pocket clip, so you can get to your knife right away.
Synthetic handles, to keep the cost down.
Locking mechanisms to keep the blade open when you are using it.
High grade stainless steel, to keep you knife looking good.
Hollow ground edge, to stay sharp longer, and to make it easier to sharpen.
Stainless steel “air-cooled” handles, to keep the weight light.
Minimalist designs, which combine the liner with the handle. Also making one of the handles extremely narrow, just to protect you from the blade edge.
Adding your logo with electro-etching, laser engraving, machine engraving, or pad printing in colors.
Assisted-open devices to allow you to quickly open the pocket knife with one hand.
Stealth knives that look like a key.
So, what could possibly be the next big idea in logo knives?
Voice-activated opening and closing. (Phones can do this. Why not a knife?)
Warranty reduced to 90 days. Optional extended warranty available for $29 per year.
Don’t want to buy one? Rent one by the month from your favorite Walmart (not).
Do you need one delivered? Just call Juber, and they will bring you a selection of knives to purchase. $28 delivery and processing charge, plus $55 per hour while you make your selection.
Need one for just a day? Pick one up at a Knife Kiosk. Return it to any Knife Kiosk in the country. Only $1 per hour. If you don’t return it for a week, your credit card will be charged $395.
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company logo knives for trade show give-aways are the Maxam® Lockback Knives rsk274. The price of $1.99 is what attracts attention. Business owners buy them a second time and third time because they are real decent pocket knives. The perceived value is $5 to $10. The regular price is $3.44. So a $1.99 sale is a welcome bonus. The price includes a full-color imprint on the black handle. For the price of a decent ball point pen, your customers at the trade shows can have a real pocket knife instead.
Whoever throws away a pocket knife?
Gerber Knives can be professionally laser engraved with your company logo. Here are 3 top reasons to give
engraved Gerber knives to your customers:
Gerber is an American company, and makes some of their knives here, and imports some also.
Joseph R. Gerber made the first knife in 1939, Gerber has quickly grown to be a household world among knife enthusiasts. Your company logo laser engraved on a Gerber knife will be around for a long time. Who ever throws away a good pocket knife?
They keep introducing new designs, such as the popular tactical styles introduced in the last 20 years.
Many of the knives are economical, and can be used as give-aways at trade shows.
You will be a Hero when you:
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Present USA-made Case Knives to the retirees after they gave at least 20 years of service.
Give everyone a Buck knife at the annual banquet because of a perfect safety record.
Hand out inexpensive Maxam knives to the prospects who visit your table at a trade show.
Present your best customers with a Kutmaster steak knife set this Christmas, with your company logo laser engraved on each blade.
Hand out your
company logo knives when you are out prospecting for new clients, the type that may have a lifetime value of $10,000 or more.