Zippo Cutlery and Their Replacements
Since Zippo stopped its production of tapes and knives in 2007, we have these substitutes:
One of the LAST 50 knives that Zippo made, with a special imprint. This LIMITED EDITION is truly a once-in-a-lifetime collector's item.
We can put your Logo on the Victorinox ClassicSD 00 knife.
Buck's stainless steel liner lock knife is solid steel
We can put your LOGO on this Case Lockback Knife
The Victorinox Escort 24 knife with your company imprint.
The Victorinox Waiter 64 knife with your company imprint.
NEWS from the World Famous Zippo Company
All Zippo tapes and knives are discontinued as of Dec. 21, 2007.
After 75 years in business, the Zippo Manufacturing Company in Bradford, Pennsylvania sold the rights to imprint their products to another company. In the process, Zippo has stopped production of all pocket knives and tape measures. This news came as a shock to all the promotional product distributors in America.
Zippo 7200 Cut About Knife, Cut About Jr. 7105, Cut About Lite 7000, 7050, 7170, Pocket knifes/scissors 7500MC, 7518MC, 7500, 7518, 7300, 7318, money clips 7800, 7818, sheath 7280, utility knife 40074, multi-purpose knives 40071, 40073, utility knife key holder 40123 are included.
Zippo continues to make their popular Zippo wind-proof lighters, and the new Multi-purpose Lighters. Zippo was established in 1932 by George G. Blaisdell, and has a rich history due to its employees and collectors. After 75 years, the famous Zippo wind-proof lighters continue to hold the interest of collectors world-wide.
Zippo is still in the cutlery business, because they bought the W. R. Case & Sons knife company. The replacements or clones have the CASE logo on the blade tang. Long gone is the appearance of the Zippo logo on any cutlery product. We still have a few remnants from the last batch that Zippo made in December 2007.
See our line of fine replacements by clicking on the pictures above.
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