How Do Your Customers Use the Buck Knives You Gave Them?

Say that you gave all of your customers Buck Knives with your company logo

395CM9 Camo Buck Knife
395CM9 Camo Buck Knife

laser engraved on the blades for Christmas. What are they doing with them now?

  1. Using them as EDC (every day carry) knives.
  2. Keeping them in their office desk. They are very handy when opening envelopes or boxes.
  3. Keeping them in their tool box. Many uses will present themselves in the future.
  4. Saving them as a memento of your kindness, on a shelf along with other high quality gifts.
  5. Re-gifting them to a young nephew or good friend.
  6. Using them in their fishing tackle box.
  7. Keeping them in a purse or other special place, for self defense.
  8. Showing them to their friends. Your logo will get a lot of views this way.

3 Fruit Knife Tricks You Can Do

Here are some tricks anyone can do with fruit knives. You don’t need much experience in carving to get some interesting results. Just get a mango, orange, and an apple, and a fruit knife, and try to copy these gorgeous pictures.

Mango Carved With A Fruit Knife
Mango Carved With A Fruit Knife

 

 

Carved Orange
Carved Orange
Apple With Carved Hearts
Apple With Carved Hearts

 

 

 

 

The 3 Best Uses For Personalized Pocket Knives

Personalized Pocket Knives are knives that have your company logo imprinted on them. Sometimes they have each recipient’s name laser engraved on them. Here are the best uses for these useful devices.

  1. Promotion. You can promote your company. And, this type of promotion lasts much longer than a newspaper ad, or a radio ad. Pocket knives usually last a lifetime. So will your company’s logo.
  2. Gratitude. Show your customers and employees how much you appreciate them. Your symbol of generosity will last many years.
  3. Incentive. Encourage your employees to work safely, and to work for many years. Knives are about the best safety award you can give. The knife with your corporate logo will help to solidify your relationship with your valuable employees.
Hero Boss
Hero Boss

Be a good boss. Be a Hero. Give personalized pocket knives at your next opportunity.

 

 

 

A Fruit Knife Really Doesn’t Have To Fold, Does It?

95-1712E Fruit Knife
95-1712E Fruit Knife

The original fruit knife looks like this.. It is long and slender, and folds so you can put it in your pocket until you need it.

 

 

But what if you are testing cantaloupes all day long, in the same area of your storage building? This super sharp tomato slicer would be ideal for you.

Slicing a Ripe Tomato
Slicing a Ripe Tomato

 

 

 

 

American Made Cutlery Is In Demand

Regular Paring Knife w201
Regular Paring Knife w201

The manufacturing trend in the last 40 years has been to move USA production to Mexico and China, where the labor rates are lower. This means a manufacturer can be more competitive and stay in business. But the pendulum swings both ways. Americans want to buy items made in USA.

Fortunately, American Made Cutlery is available at reasonable prices. You can get your corporate logo electro etched on the blades at next to no cost. (Just the cost of the setup)

Gift sets are designed to fit into fashionable 2 piece gift boxes. There’s no need to look for an appropriate container to present your gifts to your customers and employees.

 

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

lm37.jpg Leatherman® Wingman LM37

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

lm36.jpg Leatherman Style CS LM36

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.