3 Engraved Buck Knives that will surely delight your customers that are hunters are in stock. Buck has been making knives since 1902. And these are the most popular ones this time of year. You can get your company logo laser engraved on them. They are made out of the best stainless steel, and come sharpened, ready to be used. What better way to make your logo last forever.
The NEW Mini Logo Knives will be appreciated by your customers. They are so small, it’s an easy decision to keep one in your pocket. Ready to serve when you need them.
The Lockback Key Knife 7815 looks like just another key on your key chain. So if you need a knife, and have your keys, then you have a knife.
The new Guppy Pocket-Size Multi-Tool Knife 8315 has the benefit of it’s small size, also. Plus it gives you a phillips screw driver, bottle opener, stainless steel serrated blade, and an LED flashlight. All this in the space of 3 1/2″.
The hottest company logo knives for trade show give-aways are the Maxam® Lockback Knives rsk274. The price of $1.99 is what attracts attention. Business owners buy them a second time and third time because they are real decent pocket knives. The perceived value is $5 to $10. The regular price is $3.44. So a $1.99 sale is a welcome bonus. The price includes a full-color imprint on the black handle. For the price of a decent ball point pen, your customers at the trade shows can have a real pocket knife instead.
Whoever throws away a pocket knife?
Logo-Knives.com is awarding Buck Knives with the “Best Pocket Knife for 2018”.
- Are American designed and made.
- Have a long reputation for quality, starting with the Buck 110 Folding Hunter Lockback.
- Have listened to the public, and developed several Camo (camouflage) designs, including the orange camo.
- Makes the Nobleman 327, which is a big seller. They haven’t changed the design, since it has been so successful.
- Have mixed the old with the new. The traditional Trapper 382 is the hallmark of the old fashioned 2-bladed pocket knife.
The new Tactical design of the Bones Pocket Knife 870 is the answer to the public’s desire for the modern design of a tactical knife.
- Have always been a big name in hunting knives, like the Kalinga 401.
Buck is mixing the past with the present, and is very sensitive to the needs of the knife lovers out there. This is the key to their success.
Why are Buck Knives so popular and successful? Why do corporate managers choose to give engraved Buck knives with their company logo to the employees as business gifts? Whey are Buck knives a favorite business gift to customers and clients? Here are 5 secrets to Buck’s popularity.
- Buck’s long history of success. Since 1902, Buck has been in the knife business.
- Making new designs based on the public’s needs. They went from a hunting knife, to pocket knives, and cool looking tactical knives.
- A focus on basic and new camouflage designs. Green and brown camo is good. Then they developed the orange camo design. I’ts still camo, but you can find it in a pile of leaves.
- Keeping old favorite designs, like the Buck Folding Hunter Lockback 110 knife. Why fix it, if it isn’t broken? That’s good advice.
- High quality stainless steel and handle materials. Without fail, you can always depend on the best quality from a Buck knife.
Here is the “Unbeatable Buck List”.
- All Buck knives can be laser engraved on the blades. This makes them valuable as high quality promotional products and business gifts.
- All have a lifetime “buck knife forever warranty“. They are warranted against defects in workmanship and material.
- They are made of the best stainless steel, and handle material.
- Most are made in the USA.
- They are America’s favorite knife. These Buck knives make the top of the popularity list:
Businesses, big and small, had their logos laser engraved on pocket knives in 2016. This was a great way to spread good will and to advertise their company to all the customers and prospects. What were the 10 most engravable knives this year? Here is our list, according to popularity and attractiveness.
Buck knives are extremely popular, especially as Christmas gifts. Hunters, collectors, and other outdoorsmen love America’s most famous knives. Even ladies love to receive a useful pocket knife or multi-tool as a present.
Companies often like to show their logos on engraved Buck knives, and give them to their clients and employees. Here is the Best Choice for 2016:
This tactical look, and the black color make it the most popular in 2016. These are often ordered by construction companies, manufacturers, builders, and electrical contractors.
And for the runners-up this year:
The sibling of the winner. It has everything but the black color.
This camouflage knife is a full 4 3/8″ closed. The customer’s logo would be laser engraved on the stainless steel blade.
The Squire is not a new knife this year, but it is popular because of it’s medium size. It is similar to the “flagship” of Buck, the 110 Folding Hunter Knife, only a little smaller. Made in the USA.
If you are fortunate enough and skillful enough to bag a buck this season, then you will have some big problems.
- Field dressing it.
- Getting it out of the woods to your vehicle.
- Check your filled-out permit either by phone or in person with a game agent, according to the laws of your state.
- Have your deer processed, or do it yourself.
Buck knives can help you along the way. Our Buck knives are laser engraved by Compass, an expert at applying your logo to the best knives in the world. The Buck 110 Folding Hunter Lockback knife makes your job easier because it folds and fits easily into your pocket or the leather sheath that it comes with. For over 50 years, the Buck 110 has been the cornerstone of hunting knives. When someone mentions a Buck knife, this the one they are referring to 95% of the time.
Why did the Buck cross the road? Because he heard about you, your guns, and your buck knives.
Funny you should ask. How can you predict the future of anything? Here are some basic techniques that knife predictors might use:
- To see what a knife will look like in 100 years from now, lets see what it looked like 100 years AGO.
- Then look at the changes that were made, and when they were made. Did most of the changes occur in the last 10 years? If so, then you could expect more changes to come at a faster rate. If changes occurred every 10 years for the last 100 years, then you could expect the same steady rate of change in the next 100 trips around the sun.
- See the health of the knife company, and how well they respond to the needs of its customers.
What will Buck Knives be like in 2116? To try and answer that, let’s follow the 3 steps shown above…
- I can’t find a picture of the original Buck knife, made in 1902 by Hoyt Buck, the founder. If you can, please post it here.
- Buck Knives have changed gradually over the last 100 years. At the halfway mark, the son of Hoyt, Al Buck, incorporated “Buck Knives“. In 1963-1964, Al designed and started to manufacture the famous 110 Buck Folding Hunter knife. At 4 7/8” closed, this knife has been the flagship of all pocket knives. It made the name “buck knife” a household name. When someone would say that name, they would mean a good pocket knife. Al’s son Chuck and his wife, Lori worked at the plant, too, since 1978. Then in 1999 CJ took over the company. His father, Chuck died in 2015. So CJ is the great grandson of the originator, Hoyt Buck.
You can say that the next hundred years may continue to show a steady development of methods, design, and products to keep Buck knives the major US pocket knife company.
- How does this knife company respond to the needs of its customers? Starting with the founder, Hoyt Buck, he was looking for a way to temper steel. A better steel would be able to receive and hold a sharper edge. He had the American people in mind. Chuck responded to the customers in 1963 when they wanted a hunting knife that would fold. Not only fold, but lock in the open position, so you wouldn’t hurt yourself. This 110 Buck Folding Hunter knife was the best thing since sliced bread. So point 3 gets a passing grade for Buck. Most Buck knives are USA made.
But in response to the economic cries of its customers, Buck does import some fine pocket knives. Camo (camouflage) has become very popular, so Buck responded with a few camo handles and even orange camo handles. Tactical knives are now taking center stage in the pocket knife collectors. Buck has designed some great example of that.
What Will Buck Knives Be Like in 100 Years? My best guess would be more of the tactical style, and survival style of knives. However, for those who reminisce, Buck will always produce the 110 Buck Folding Hunter knife that has survived over 50 years. It is the flagship of all pocket knives.