St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday with 2 different fan clubs: children who love the magic involved in trapping a leprechaun, and adults who try to visit all the Irish pubs they can. Have you given any thought to the lore of there being a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Which would you rather find: a pot of gold or Personalized Pocket Knives?
Don’t panic, but just in case you forgot, Valentine’s Day is just one week away. Many people are probably going the easy route (no judgment here!) and buying candies and flowers for their Valentine, but I think you can go one step further this year. Personalized Pocket Knives are more creative and thoughtful- just pick the shape, size, brand you love and wrap it up!
Have you ever broken the blade of your pocket knife? Was it because you used it as a pry bar? This sort of damage is never covered by a warranty. Now we have an answer to this type of accident. It is a large pocket knife (4 3/4″ closed), and comes with a pocket/belt clip.
These engraved Kershaw knives come with a built-in pry bar at the end of the handle. Now you don’t have to jeopardize your blade when you need to pry something apart. This heavy duty attachment will easily do the job for you.
When you hear the words “barlow knives”, most people think about the old fashioned knives that were invented in England in 1670. More of their background is shown here on “History of Barlow Knives“. These knives were built rugged, with an over-sized brass bolster, so the blade was firmly secured in its cradle. They were, and still are, 3 3/8” long closed. Their familiar slight tear-drop shaped makes it comfortable in the palm of your hand when using it. They come in all prices, and are made by many knife manufacturers around the world.
But here are 9 Barlow knives that you may not have heard of. They aren’t fashioned after the famous barlows. They used to be made by the Barlow company in Los Angeles, California until the turn of this century. Barlow was bought out by another company, which kept the trade name. This company, Norwood, was bought out by Bic Graphic about 10 years ago. These Barlow knives, some of them renamed, are sought after by people who remember the original LA company, and like their quality and economy. So here are the 9 popular Barlow knives that you may not have known existed until today…..