Engraved Gerber Knives Take Longer Than Other Knives

News of August 2022:

Engraved Gerber Knives: Titanium Nitride Paraframe 8446
Gerber Titanium Nitride Paraframe 8446

Engraved Gerber knives will have you waiting a longer time for your order. The manufacturer, Gerber, must be really busy. They take longer to make and send us their blank knives, so we can engrave your logo on them. Nevertheless, Gerber has many fans around the world, and they usually don’t mind waiting for a good product.

How to Sharpen Engraved Gerber Knives

When new, you shouldn’t have to sharpen

Engraved Gerber Knives, Quadrant Bamboo
Gerber Quadrant Bamboo

engraved Gerber knives. But after some use, you will have to sharpen them. The best advice is “Easy does it”. The gentlest but most effective knife sharpener is the R119 by “American Made Cutlery”. It is made of two wheels of hardened steel, that are placed close enough together to provide an ideal angle of sharpening. It sharpens both sides of the blade at the same time. You want to draw the knife blade through the opening smoothly and gently, as if you were slicing something. Other sharpeners are on the market for more rugged sharpening jobs. We’ll get to them next time.

R119 Knife Sharpener
R119 Knife Sharpener

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which Of These Engraved Gerber Knives Would Christopher Columbus Choose?

Engraved Gerber Knives for #ColumbusDay
Engraved Gerber Knives for #ColumbusDay

During Christopher Columbus’ journey across the Atlantic Ocean, he surely had some sort of pocket knife to help him along the way. If he were alive in modern times, he certainly would have chosen one of these engraved Gerber knives:

Gerber Mini Paraframe Knife 08485
Gerber Mini Paraframe Knife 08485
Gerber EZ Out Lockback 6701
Gerber EZ Out Lockback 6701
Gerber Fillet Knife
Gerber Fillet Knife