Sunday is Grandparents Day, and Grandpa would love to get a small gift from you. What do you give someone who already has everything? Choose from a collection of pocket knives engraved with his name. A man can never have too many pocket knives. Here are a few of the most popular knives for the older generation.
Here are some helpful tips if you want to give Kershaw pocket knives to your customers this year.
Style and Size. Engraved Kershaw Knives come in different styles and sizes. Pick the one that draws your interest. Your customers will probably like that one too.
Budget. Some Kershaw knives are made in the USA and some are imported. So, the price range is wide. What is the average lifetime value of each of your customers? Do they spend $5,000 a year? If so, they would spend they would spend $100,000 over 20 years. Would you be willing to spend $40 to $100 on an advertising gift for that customer? Remember, Kershaw knives have a lifetime guarantee, and your logo will always be seen.
Features. “Speed Safe” is a patented easy-open mechanism that is built into some of these knives. It opens with a single touch of the flipper.
Color. Your corporate logo may have a color. If so, some Kershaw knives come in colors. Maybe one of them is your color.
Buck has broken the mold of conformity, with the introduction of the Slim Select 110s series of pocket knives. Now buying engraved Buck Knives with your company logo can be a colorful experience. Many corporate logos have color in them. Now it is possible to reflect or compliment that color in the knife handle. These are made in the USA of domestic and foreign parts. They are available in Green, Tan, Grey, Orange, Red, and Black, and are a full 4 4/5″ long, closed. The blade is 3 3/4″.
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material and workmanship. They will repair or replace the knife, at their option. However, if your logo engraved Buck knives are at issue, then ask Buck to repair, instead of replace. Then your logo won’t be thrown away. The same goes for any other covered Buck knife that has sentimental value. At your request, they will repair it the best they can, so that you aren’t faced with a new knife instead.
Here are the exceptions to the warranty:
Damage due to your misuse of the knife. Never use a knife as a pry bar, screw driver, or chisel or hammer.
Bonus for those who mistreated their knife:
If you happened to misuse your Buck knife, not all is lost. The factory can probably repair it for you for just a few dollars. They can even sharpen, polish, and adjust it for you for just a few dollars, too. If it is beyond repair, they offer to give you a deep discount on a new Buck pocket or hunting knife.