7 Things You Should Know About Engraved Kershaw Knives

Here’s a short list of trivia about laser engraved Kershaw knives.

engraved Kershaw knife 1660CKT
Engraved Kershaw Knife 1660 CKT
  1. They will improve your customer relations.
  2. They turn employee frowns into smiles.
  3. Some are made in the USA, and some are imported.
  4. The main business and design office is in Oregon.
  5. You CAN use one of them as a pry bar! (The Barge 1945)
  6. They can open bottles and turn screws. (The Shuffle 8700)
  7. They are assisted-open. (The Scallion 1620 and Leek 1660)

Stone-Age Pocket Knives vs Engraved Kershaw Knives

Stone Age Pocket Knife
Stone Age Pocket Knife

Multi-purpose camping knives probably never looked like this. However, it’s fun to imagine a cave man creating a portable tool that can cut, hammer, and scoop all in one neat device strapped to his loincloth.

We’ve come a long way since stone age tools and knives. Today Engraved Kershaw Knives are the pinnacle of the pocket knife industry. Kershaw stands for quality, life-time guaranteed knives. The Scallion Camo Knife and the Leek Knife are two of the most popular ones today. Kershaw has developed a winning combination of features:

  • SpeedSafe® –Our assisted-open patented feature.
  • Flipper–A stainless steel protrusion near the tang of the blade to make it easy for you to open.
  • Frame Lock–A safety feature to keep your knife open while you are using it.

1620-engraved-camo-scallion-smooth Kershaw “Scallion” Knife, Camo 1620

Kershaw 1660 Kershaw “Leek” Knife 1660

Kershaw Gift Box
Kershaw Gift Box