Problems With Personalized Pocket Knives (and Solutions)

Personalized Pocket Knives Sometimes Have Problems.
Personalized Pocket Knives Sometimes Have Problems.

Personalized Pocket Knives have your logo on them, so you can give them away and advertise your business at the same time. This is a great advertising idea, but here are some problems that can occur. Also the solutions and ways to prevent future problems.

  • Your knives did not arrive in time for your trade show. If the engraver promised a ship date, and failed to make it, then you deserve your money back. If however, he shipped on time, but UPS or Fedex took too long, then we are all victims of that situation. UPS currently doesn’t guarantee even a 2-day shipping method.
  • Your logo was engraved in the wrong location. You deserve your money back, or a discount on the knives. Or, the engraver can redo your order.
  • The knives are too big (or too small). The size of the knives is mentioned on the websites of all knife retailers. Next time, pay close attention to that. Sometimes the looks of a picture don’t convey the size of something.
  • The knives don’t look like the picture.  The only time this can happen is when the handle material is natural wood or natural bone. Each knife handle can vary from each other and from the picture. If there is another variation, attributed to a misleading picture, then you deserve compensation.

Who Says Engraved Buck Knives Can’t Be Colorful?

Engraved Buck Knives in Color
Engraved Buck Knives in 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″.

Engraved Kershaw Knives Don’t Leave a Job Undone

Engraved Kershaw Knives Are Dependable
Engraved Kershaw Knives Are Dependable

Did you ever have a knife give out on you before the job was done? Engraved Kershaw knives won’t leave you hanging. They arrive sharp, and stay sharp for a long time. When you need dependability, you need a Kershaw. The high grade stainless steel is just the right Rockwell hardness to stay sharp, without being too hard and brittle.

 

The Best Pocket Knives of March 2020 Award Goes to Engraved Buck Knives

Award-Winning Engraved Buck Knives
Award-Winning Engraved Buck Knives

This month, the award goes to these engraved Buck Knives. The Alumni knives 524 were picked because of

  1. their variety of colors. One of them will fit into the corporate colors of a company.
  2. their light weight. The aluminum scales are responsible for this.
  3. the secure “lockback” locking mechanism. This is a favorite of mine because it is easy to unlock, by squeezing the back of the handle.
  4. their being made in the USA.
  5. their small size, so you can easily hide them in your pocket.
  6. the ability to laser engrave your corporate logo on either the handle or the blade (or both).

524Default BUCK® ALUMNI KNIFE 524

Are Engraved Buck Knives Warranted For Life?

Best Knife Warranty:

Buck Knives, Inc. USA has one of the best warranties in the business. They call it

Broken Buck Knife--Engraved Buck Knives
Broken Buck Knife

the Buck Forever Warranty. It is basically a lifetime warranty against defects in

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.