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This item: Gerber Crucial Multi-Tool
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Gerber 31-001012 Crucial Multi-Tool, Black B00783N8MO
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4" long when closed; fits comfortably
in your pocket. View larger.
blade opens with thumb stud.
The Crucial Tool features a full-sized knife that opens with a thumb stud--just like a standard pocketknife. The half-serrated/half-fine-edge blade has razor-sharp cutting power and a blunt tip for prying and scraping. For safety, a liner lock keeps the blade securely in place. When the blade is extended, the handles can be folded and secured together to give you an accurate cut.
These butterfly-style handles also provide easy-grip control over the V-cutter, and their longer length provides better torque. The handles fan out for easy access to the rest of the Crucial Tool's components: the medium flat-head screwdriver, cross-head screwdriver, bottle opener, and carabineer clip.
Functions Like a Multitool, Carries Like a Pocketknife
Weighing only five ounces and measuring less than four inches in length when closed, the Crucial Tool is one of the most portable high-performance tools on the market. Its compact design and convenient carrying clip mean you'll always have it when you need it, for slicing rope, tightening bolts, opening bottles, and more.
All Components Safely Lock into Place
The Crucial Tool is constructed with stainless steel liner locks that keep the components locked into place while they're in the open position. This safety feature lets you relax and focus on the task at hand without the fear of the components folding up on your fingers while cutting, twisting, prying, etc.
Stainless Steel Design Maintains Durability and Appearance
Constructed with fine stainless steel, the Crucial Tool has an appearance that matches its performance. Its sleek look and contemporary silver-and-black handles aren't just for show, though. The Crucial Tool's stainless steel composition lends durability, so this tool will stand up to the elements and retain its precision and appearance for years to come.
The Crucial Tool is backed by Gerber's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
What's in the Box
Gerber Crucial Tool with a full-sized knife with a half-serrated blade and a half-fine-edge blade, regular pliers, pinch-style wire cutters, cross-head driver, bottle opener/carabineer, flat-head driver, and needle-nose pliers.
Handles fan out for easy access to the many useful components. View larger.
I was looking for a Gerber tool that was made in the USA. This piece has been outsourced. The mechanism of the item worked ok however I was not confident in the product's quality... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chalea J.
Best tool, compact enough for me to carry at all times, only the most useful tools are included in this tool.Published 25 days ago by Lisa Chau
nice multi-tool has a good ergonomic feel although a little small for my hand (size 10 in gloves)Published 28 days ago by damian gonzales
These are great light weight tools. I have had one fro several months and it works great.Published 1 month ago by C.T. Carlson
This little sucker is awesome! Super efficient in my line of workPublished 2 months ago by Harley Trevizo
freakin hard steel with sharp edges (grip). It's literally hard to use this because it's so uncomfortable to hold.Published 2 months ago by Jarrad S.
I've had this tool almost two years. I carry it everywhere and use it almost every day and often several times a day (and not just to open a bottled beverage!). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard Anderson