Posted November 21, 2013 by kevin
Manicure sets make a wonderful and thoughtful gift for someone special in your life. The KnifeCenter offers a great selection of kits from Germany and Switzerland at all price levels. The KnifeCenter was the first web site to sell DOVO grooming sets and products way back in 1995, and now we’re thrilled to announce the addition of some new manicure sets to the lineup! Let’s get to know them, ja?
Manufactured in Solingen, Germany-the “City of Blades”-DOVO manicure sets are finely crafted from top quality steel, and produced to exacting quality standards. Available with an assortment of grooming tools, these kits offer luxurious storage cases.
These grooming sets make the perfect birthday or holiday gift! With a manicure set to fit most any budget, legendary DOVO quality is in your reach! Take a look at www.knifecenter.com! (Detailed descriptions of individual sets below.)
More information from DOVO: Full Story
Posted May 17, 2010 by ali
New from Leatherman, the Style Series of multi-tools. Leatherman knows their multi-tools. In Leatherman’s time-honored tradition they have miniaturized the most important features. Both Styles are made of 420HC steel and have a blade, scissors, file, flat head screwdriver, and a pair of tweezers. The Style has a great key ring feature while the Style CS comes with carabiner. Just think, you can now handle life’s everyday emergencies with Style, and 5 little tools. They are available in black, red, pink, or blue so add some color to your keyring. These tools are so Stylish, its a shame to keep them in your pocket or purse. This new product brings Style and flair to any keyring for an unbelievable price. You can see them and their features at www.knifecenter.com.
Posted October 23, 2008 by Howard
Tool Logic Survival Cards
Tool Logic makes some great products. Their ‘credit card” sized tools are amazing in their inventive engineering and quality of production. This new series fits right into modern times with great survival-type tools and everything is still at incredibly inexpensive prices.
Posted December 6, 2007 by Howard