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Wholesale Memory Forge Personalized Keepsake: SOG Multi-Tool Belt Buckle

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Attach print file. 1 MB max upload. (Larger files please email to include order number).
600-1200 dpi JPG format recommended.
Attach handwriting file. 1 MB max upload. (Larger files please email to include order number).
600-1200 dpi JPG format recommended.

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Wholesale Memory Forge Personalized Keepsake: SOG  Multi-Tool Belt Buckle

Item Number: SOGMTB

A functional keepsake you can wear? This multi-tool can be worn with the detachable base as a belt buckle or simply clipped on a pack strap or boot. The face of the tool is engraved with your choice of print (finger, hand or foot), handwriting, text or combination. Sync I Traveler fits belts up to 1-3/8". TSA compliant so you can take this with you anywhere.

Tool features:

  1. Closed Length: 2.4"
  2. Awl
  3. Blade (Straight)
  4. Bolt/Nut Gripper
  5. Bottle Opener
  6. Crimpers
  7. File (3-sided)
  8. Flat Screwdriver (small)
  9. Jewelry Driver
  10. Pliers
  11. Ruler
  12. Soft Wire Cutter
  13. 5Cr13MoV Stainless Steel

Generally ships 1 business day from the date we receive your print or other file.

How do I Collect Fingerprints? You may simply use any ink pad and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Begin by studying the thumb of the person whose print is being taken. Select the area of the finger (any print will work, it doesn't have to be only a thumbprint) that is the most interesting. It is generally the area on the pad of the thumb where the ridges swirl. This is the area you will want to ink. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. When you are satisfied with the look of the practice prints, place five good prints along the bottom of plain white paper or a white card. If you need to scan your print- lay print flat against scanner glass (you may need to apply gentle pressure to scanner lid) scan at 600 dpi and save in JPG format. Please review your prints, if fingerprints look blurry at 100% on screen, you will probably need to adjust your settings. 

How to Submit Your Handwriting
Take a high resolution photo of the handwriting. For best results, make sure handwriting fills screen as much as possible without cutting off any letters/words. Make sure handwriting is in sharp focus.

How to Submit Your Prints
Place your order, then submit your high resolution digital file in JPG format to with order number. 

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