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This item: Gerber 30-000315 Crucial F.A.S.T. Tool
Gerber 31-001012 Crucial Multi-Tool, Black B00783N8MO
Leatherman 830850 Skeletool CX Multitool B000XU43IC
Gerber Crucial Multi-Tool, Gray [30-000016] B001R93IQQ
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Tackle a variety of tasks quickly and conveniently with the Crucial F.A.S.T. tool from Gerber. Handy whether you're on the trail or in the garage, this compact pocket tool contains a half fine, half serrated knife blade along with a long medium flat-head screwdriver, a long Phillips screwdriver, a bottle opener, needle nose pliers, regular pliers, and pinch-style wire cutters. Forward action spring technology allows you to quickly and easily deploy the blade, while butterfly-style handles provide optimal control.
Along with a blade, this pocket tool includes pliers, wire cutters, a bottle opener, Phillips and flat-head screwdrivers, and more (click to enlarge).
When the blade is extended, you can fold and secure the butterfly-style handles together to make accurate cuts. The handles also offer optimal control over the V-cutter, and their long length delivers greater torque. In addition, the handles fan out to provide easy access to the flat-head screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, and bottle opener.
Portable, Lightweight Design
Weighing 5.6 ounces, and measuring less than 4 inches long when closed, the Crucial F.A.S.T. tool is highly portable and can fit neatly in your pocket or on your belt, thanks to a convenient carrying clip. This enables you to keep the tool handy for slicing rope, tightening bolts, opening bottles, and performing other tasks.
Liner Locks for Greater Safety
The Crucial F.A.S.T. tool features stainless steel liner locks that keep all of the tool's components locked into place when they are in the open position. As a result--whether you're cutting, twisting, or prying--you can relax and focus on the task at hand without worrying about components accidentally folding up.
Durable Construction and Secure Grip
Made of stainless steel, the Crucial F.A.S.T. tool is designed to weather the elements and retain its precision and appearance for years to come. Rugged red and black G-10 glass epoxy laminate handles offer an exceptional grip for safety and performance.
This pocket tool measures 3.7 inches long closed and 5.8 inches long open and weighs 5.6 ounces.
What's in the Box
Gerber Crucial F.A.S.T. tool containing half fine and half serrated blade, long medium flat-head screwdriver, long Phillips screwdriver, bottle opener, needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, and pinch-style wire cutters.
|The Crucial F.A.S.T. tool contains a half fine edge, half serrated knife blade (click each to enlarge).|
I was very pleasantly surprised by this knife. I purchased this as a stocking stuffer and saw that it was actually a pretty good multi-tool (for the price). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher J Dietrich
As with most Gerber knives I've used it doesn't hold an edge. The rest is greatPublished 2 months ago by G. P. Smith
Best multi tool knife i have purchased. I have owned mine for three years now and have had zero issues with it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Branden
Best multitool out there. Has everything you need without the nonsensePublished 5 months ago by poran51
Worked great and I loved the assisted opening. The problem is that I've now had two of them break. Gerber has a lifetime warranty and when it recently broke again they notified... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James L. Chumley Jr.
I like the tool, but for tough jobs it's not quite rugged enough. The pliers jaws will cross over one another and get stuck during tough jobs, otherwise it's a handy little tool..Published 7 months ago by D. Gaddy