Offering a stainless steel construction, the GERBER® Bear Grylls ultimate multi-tool will be the perfect traveling accessory for your next outdoor excursion. This 12-component set features two full-size knives, a saw, needle-nose pliers and many other useful items. It includes a spring-loaded jaw and a rubber grip for easy access and ergonomic handling.
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Length Open: 6.3 inches
Length Closed: 4 inches
Weight of Unit: 8.8 oz
Style of Knife: Serrated and Fine Edge Knife
Screwdrivers: Small, Medium Flathead and Phillips Head
Can/Bottle Opener: Yes
Bottle Opener: Yes
Material of Unit: Stainless Steel
Provides your tool with optimum grade hardness for each tool and blade. This material will help protect against corrosion from the elements, which means this material is made to last.
Opening Style: One-Hand Opening
No handle rotation is necessary. Just a flick of the wrist slides the plier's jaws into the locked and ready position for you to use.
Cutter: Wire Cutters
Wire Crimper and Stripper: Yes
The crimper is a nice feature that helps you crimp electrical wires together to suit your needs. The added wire stripper allows you to easily and cleanly strip most gauged wire.
Made with stainless steel
Scissors and wire cutters
Fine-edge and serrated knives
Small and medium flat drivers
Bottle and can openers
Lightweight, compact design
Fits on keychain or in pocket
External components for easy access
Ergonomic, textured rubber grip
Spring-loaded jaw for easy, single-hand use
Patented Safe T. Plus System
Mildew-resistant, military-grade nylon sheath
"Priorities of Survival" pocket guide contains Bear's survival essentials
Comments about GERBER BEAR GRYLLS ULTIMTE MULTI-TOOL:
I took this out of the box, and found that the handles in the closed position do not line up, they seem to be bent 3/16" in opposite directions. I called Gerber they said it has a lifetime warranty, just send it in for repairs/replacement. Why dont they just make it right the first time???
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend