Turkey For Christmas
When you want to give useful gifts to your employees this Christmas, here are 4
company logo knives to consider.
To be remembered at Christmas dinner, you would want your corporate logo visible at the carving table of all your employees. This carving set would deliver your logo right along with the turkey or ham.
For those having steak, this deluxe steak knife set, made in the USA, would serve up your logo also.
Having home-made bread? A 6 inch bread slicer would fill the bill.
And if cake is on the dessert menu, your workforce would need these handy
American-made Mini Servers.
Olive Color Kershaw knife 1620-OL
Unless you are an avid fan of pocketknives, and are familiar with the major brands, you may be surprised about 3 features of
Engraved Kershaw Knives.
Although Kershaw imports some knives, some are actually made in the USA. The Scallion 1620 is American made. Also the Chive 1600 and the Leek 1660
The Scallion 1620 has a Speedsafe assisted-opening mechanism, so you can flip it open quickly with one hand. It is so special, that Kershaw has a patent on it.
To avoid any unexpected opening of the Scallion, it also has a safety lock. The blade won’t open unless you slide the lock open.
best pocket knife this month is a surprise. Why?
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it is our lowest price knife.
it can be handed out at trade show booths without worrying about spending too much.
it is rugged and well constructed.
your logo is printed in full color on the handle in the USA.
Buck Knives make the perfect Christmas gift. Even women use them for opening
Buck Knives for Christmas
boxes and cutting things around the house.
Here are the best reasons:
Buck is an American company, and most of the knives are made in the USA.
Buck is a household word. Everyone has heard of a Buck knife.
Buck stands for the highest quality is steel and workmanship.
Buck knives are useful gifts. They are long-lasting, and covered by the
Buck Forever Warranty. Everyone appreciates a quality Buck knife.
Engraved Leatherman Tools are ordered repeatedly. Once you try one, you’ll love it. You will want to share it with all your employees and customers. Why are they so popular? Because they are:
Made in the USA.
Expertly laser engraved with your corporate logo in the USA.
So strong that they can last forever.
Warranted for 25 years.
A household name around the world.
Appreciated by everyone who is lucky enough to receive one.
Useful as an emergency “toolbox” for many jobs.
best pocket knife this year is made by Leatherman®.
These are the features that earned it our highest approval:
Small enough to keep in your pocket, yet big enough to do bigger jobs.
Super sharp blade. It comes very sharp, and stays sharp.
Light weight, because of the “holey” design. Both sides of the handle and the blade have this feature.
Opens easily with the thumb hole.
Locks in the open position, so it won’t accidentally close on you.
Minimal but safe handle design, which shows off the blade.
Stainless steel pocket clip with an integral bottle opener.
Sturdy liner lock mechanism.
Partially serrated blade can do the heavy jobs of cutting rope.
Made in the USA of U.S. and foreign components.
Leatherman® Skeletool KBX Denim Blue Knife 832383
To answer this question, we think these are the important points to consider:
Buck_Knives_Logo A company with a long history of success.
A wide variety of styles, including traditional and tactical.
Made out of the best stainless steel.
A lifetime warranty.
The winner on all 5 points is Buck Knives. They make the best
engraved pocket knives.
Some Kershaw knives are made in the USA, and some are made overseas according to the rigid specifications of the Kershaw-USA team.
The special feature of some of the
engraved Kershaw knives is the SpeedSafe® opening mechanism. It allows you to quickly and easily open the knife with one hand. You just push on the thumbstud or pull on the flipper. The knife will open the rest of the way with ease. This is great if your parachute is caught in a tree, and so are you, and you have only one free hand. Even if you are in a less dangerous situation, the SpeedSafe® makes your life easier.
Kershaw “Scallion” Knife, Camo 1620
Orange is IN
Case has been known to make “traditional” looking logo knives. They normally don’t wander very far from this practice. However, this year, orange is IN. Why get orange knives?
Orange is great if your corporate logo has orange in it.
It’s also convenient if you don’t want to loose your knife in the leaves when you drop it.
Here are two examples of very popular styles–the Sod Buster and the Trapper. They can be imprinted either on the blades or the handles. And of course, they are made in the USA.