Deejo custom knife

Edgy Original: Custom Deejo Knife Makes a Slick Gift

You may already know lifestyle knifemaker Deejo for its ultralight everyday carries. But now the brand is trying to cut through the holiday fray with a customizable ‘tattoo’ blade.

My Deejo, the lifestyle design brand’s online customization tool, helps you make a unique knife. And while knives ship from overseas, the company guarantees that your Deejo custom blade comes in just 3 days.

Deejo custom knife

While you can’t literally design your own tattoo, there are more than 60 different illustrations to overlay the knife, which comes in three finishes. The My Deejo digital builder gives you five ways to personalize the knife, from markings to weight.

How to Build Your Own Deejo Custom Knife

Head directly to My Deejo to start playing around. Or browse the full Deejo Tattoo knife collection and hit the “customize your knife” button once you land on the look you like. Then start designing.

Finish: How shiny do you want it? Choose from mirrored or titanium in a black or gray finish.

Tattoo: Browse through 60 Deejo designs. There’s everything from classic dreamcatcher, feather, and tribal patterns to interesting art deco and Japanese-inspired illustrations to themes for the outdoor-minded: skiing, biking, angling, mountains, and more.

Deejo custom knife

Weight: If you know knives, how they feel in your hand matters. Choose from 15g, 27g, or 37g weights and 7cm, 9cm, or 11cm lengths.

Handle: Go naked or add a color, wood (olive, juniper, ash, among others), or carbon fiber to the grip.

Text: You’ve got 35 words (and five font options) to add a name, private joke, or holiday note to really make this Deejo ultrapersonal.

Once you’ve got everything staged, be sure to zoom in and hit the “close” feature to see your masterpiece from every angle.

Deejo custom knife

Depending on the features you choose, prices range $30 to $80. Plus, this sexy blade comes in a tidy box for gift giving. And, again, there’s 3-day international delivery on custom Tattoo Deejos.

And if you’re not feeling the tattoo blade, there are plenty of other options, including Deejo’s Colors and Wood series, plus knife sets and accessories.

This article is sponsored by Deejo. Start building your custom blade today.