Your father doesn’t want another shirt or tie for Fathers Day. He really wants an engraved pocket knife that will last forever. If you ever shopped for engraved pocket knives, you will know that the minimum order is much higher than you want. If you need only one knife, and you want is engraved with your father’s name, etc. these knives have no minimum quantity. You do have to pay a setup charge, which can’t be diluted over a quantity of knives. Nevertheless, if you want one engraved knife, here they are….
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.
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.
Gratitude. Show your customers and employees how much you appreciate them. Your symbol of generosity will last many years.
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.
This is a pocket knife that encases a piece of history. But why is it worth over $600?
These Engraved Pocket Knives are made from recycled steel from the barrel of the German battle tank Leopard I. So, the material is in short supply.
They have historic value, and are cherished by collectors.
The Damascus blade is made by a time-consuming and labor-intensive process. That design is not laser engraved. It actually shows the layers that were made by forging, folding, forging, and folding again, many times.
This knife comes with a certificate of authenticity.
The aluminum handle is hardcoated 6061-T6 and has Ziracote wood insets.
This knife makes a unique retirement gift for a seasoned employee.
Logo pocket knives are quality gifts that can promote your company to your employees and to your customers. Here are 7 testimonials from happy companies. Some of them might be your competitors! Follow what your successful competitors do, and you will be successful, too!
An oil drilling company said: Thank you so much!!! The bosses all really liked the buck knives and they were able to hand them out to the field guys. I appreciate all of your help. Thank you again.
An outdoor clothing company said: The knives are great!!! Thanks so much
A large engineering company likes to give logo knives, and shared: Just to let you know the knives were delivered yesterday and they look great! Thank you and we look forward to working with you again.
A wire manufacturer had this to say about their knife-giving program: Dave just wanted to let you know that the Leathermen arrived and the logo looks awesome. Thanks a lot!
A big welding company uses engraved pocket knives in their employee gift program. They said: We loved the last batch of knives we received, and fast processing/shipping!
Thank you. My boss would like to order an additional 25 knives, with same
logo on blade. No deadline this time. Thanks again!
A national sheet metal company loves to use logo knives to promote their business. They said:
just wanted to say thanks and
to let you know we love the knives. so much
our LA office wants more;-)
its a good problem for sure.
any chance we could get another shipment
of say 25?
i know its nuts right now so
let em know if there’s any chance before
christmas and if not the new year
A regional hydraulics manufacturer believes in using logo knives to give to their customers. They shared this with us: We received our knives today and they are absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much and we look forward to doing business with you in the future.
Got tools? If you need a multi-tool, the Gerber Suspension Multi-tool 1471. It has every tool you might need, including scissors and wire cutters. The weight is kept down because of the unique open frame construction.
Thinking of giving something special to your male employees for Christmas this year? Here are 4 reasons for giving them engraved Buck knives with your company logo on the blade.
Mostly American made. Most of the Buck knives are American made. They have always made the model 110, Folding Hunter Lockback Knife, in the USA since it was introduced in 1964. Some of their knives, like the popular
Buck Nobleman Linerlock Knife 327, are imported, but made to the strict standards of Buck.
Brand Name. Everyone knows the name “Buck”, and associates it with quality cutlery. Of all the engraved pocket knives, the name “Buck” is the most recognizable.
Appreciated. A Buck knife gift is appreciated by all your male employees.
Advertising. The special gift will display your logo. It will also last a very long time, and promote your company to everyone who sees the knife in the future.
We went on our yearly tour of the Leatherman plant in Portland Oregon this year. It’s amazing how fast this company is growing. They had to increase the production area. To do this, they had to move the shipping department to another building 3 miles away. That new location is rented, and it houses the warehouse of the tools, the shipping area, customer service, and the custom laser engraving area.
Back to the main building, the small Leatherman museum is in the front office
and open to the public. Here are a few pictures of the prototypes that Tim Leatherman made in his garage during the birth of his brilliant idea.
You know, necessity is the mother of invention. The Leatherman idea started when Tim and his wife toured Europe in the 1970’s, using a used car he bought there. It kept breaking down, and Tim would fix it himself. He really needed some pliers, but didn’t have any. It would have been nice if he had something like a Leatherman tool. Many months later, Tim perfected some prototypes
in his garage, and started a very successful company. Too bad Gerber Knives turned down his proposal to produce his tools. Too bad for Gerber, but not for Tim.
Here are 2 stories of how a Leatherman tool came to the rescue.