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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife

by Gerber

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10 in.
Multicolor
  • Molded rubber grip and knurled striking surface butt cap
  • Saw ground back blade
  • Integrated fire starter with integrated diamond sharpener
  • Key ground-air communication patch
  • Emergency micro lanyard whistle
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Product Description

Outdoor survival expert Bear Grylls has teamed up with Gerber to make a premium line of tools. The Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife is loaded with features. One-half serrated high carbon stainless-steel drop-point blade is ideal for edge retention and cutting rope. Glass bead finish on blade provides increased rust protection and added durability. Ergonomic textured rubber grip maximizes comfort and reduces slippage. Stainless-steel pommel at the base of handle for hammering. Emergency whistle integrated into lanyard cord. Lightweight, military-grade, mildew-resistant nylon sheath. Ferrocerium fire-starter rod locks into sheath, with the striker notch located on back of knife blade. Sheath also contains a diamond sharpener for on-the-go sharpening. Includes Priorities of Survival guide, SOS and land-to-air rescue instructions. Imported. Dimensions Blade length 4.8". Overall length 10". Weight Without sheath 11.2 oz.; with sheath 14.7 oz.

Product Details

Size: 10 in. | Color: Multicolor
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.2 x 2 inches ; 7.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003R0LSMO
  • Item model number: 31-000751
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,000 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #827 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Fire starter worked great and throws good sparks.
Dallas
I would buy this knife again, but I don't think I will need too, as it looks like it will last a lifetime.
Drew Colvin
The blade came sharp and is very durable, it alos holds an edge well.
Survivor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

788 of 814 people found the following review helpful By Brian Griffiths on November 11, 2010
Color Name: MulticolorSize Name: 10 in. Verified Purchase
Well, as an avid Bear Grylls fan, I really truly was hoping for the best on this, and I originally rated this a 5 star product, but after some reviews of the pommel falling off, I decided to go in my backyard and hack at a branch. Just like them, I hacked into ONE branch, about 20 times and there goes the pommel, detached from the plastic. They are correct, the pommel is NOT attached to the blade tang. It's attached to the PLASTIC. It's really cheaply made. Very poor. I really wish this was made different and I think that even Bear would agree that if he used this product himself, he would be greatly disappointed. BOO!!!

UPDATE 11/2010: (for those of you who may have an old version)

I've contacted Gerber regarding my issue, and it looks like this is essentially a "beta" or promotional version, and there will be modifications done Jan/feb of 2011 to correct the issues at hand. Maybe the new one will also be made in Portland. Here is their correspondence.

Thank you for contacting Gerber Legendary Blades regarding the Limited Lifetime Warranty with your Gerber - Bear Grylls product. Gerber warrants to the consumer that this product will be free of defects, in material and workmanship for as long as you own the product. This warranty does not cover damage due to rust, accident, loss of product, improper use, abuse, negligence, or modification of or to any part of the product. Normal wear and tear is not covered under the warranty.

Should your product have failed while being used as intended, we recommend contacting your retailer for Replacement. At this time, we do not have Warranty Replacements to offer from Gerber.
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293 of 308 people found the following review helpful By Grant on February 12, 2011
Color Name: MulticolorSize Name: 10 in. Verified Purchase
Alright so I have read all the reviews on Amazon, and Youtube about the Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife, and people said it was a peace of junk. So I saw that Gerber fixed they issue so I decided to order it (I need a good knife for the outdoors). So I got the knife about a week ago and I have to say not one issue with the knife, and i really put this knife to the test like all of my other knives, and guess what, the pommel did not break off.
So I have to give credit to Bear Grylls and Gerber, and its hard for me to do that, because I hate Gerber Knives... well I did, not anymore.
So if you are on the fence like I was about this knife, go buy it! Its well worth it! Not an issue yet (and if anything happens I will come back here immediately and retract my good review).
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128 of 147 people found the following review helpful By Spectre on March 23, 2011
Color Name: MulticolorSize Name: 10 in.
Ok, I purchased this knife from a local retailer(Un-researched implulse buy). I got it home, examined it in detail and began the internet research process. I've read good and bad reviews on it, saw pictures of broken pommels and complaints about the steel composition and quality. Rightfully so, the survival community is skeptical and suspicious of any product with the stones to call itself "The Ultimate Survival Knife." I was a bit, I admit. I went straight to Gerber and posed the same questions. Customer service was quick and helpful.
Q) Whats up with the pommel? Have you fixed it.
A) The first run of this knife has an orange stripe just north of the pommel measuring 1/8 of an inch. The corrected version has an orange stripe measuring 1/4 inch. Thicker and reinforced.

Q)How about the steel composition? What is it? The package says high carbon steel?
A)The fixed blade is made of 7Cr17Mov stainless steel with a 57-59 HRC hardness rating. It is comparable to 440A which has approximately .75% carbon content.

It takes a nice edge and holds it very well, and is a stainless steel. It's a very good steel, but isn't priced with the exotic super-steels. Some categorize it as a "high value, reasonable price" type steel. Gerber uses this type of steel on a number of their products.

The sheath is well constructed and retains the knife well with a number of ways to attach it to gear and the like. It has a ferro rod that strikes well on a section of the spine specifically designed for fire striking. It has a diamond sharpener on the back of the hard shell sheath.

Bottom line is that this knife threw itself to the "wolves" by title and endorsement alone. I like it, I'd carry it. Bear's crazy antics have many critics (Me included) but Gerber puts out good products and has for years. This knife holds up. If I discover differently, I will be sure to post my findings.
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219 of 263 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Grubb on November 14, 2010
Color Name: MulticolorSize Name: 10 in. Verified Purchase
I just took this knife out into the woods for a a three day survival course. As a knife, it performed well. As a fire starter, it was good enough. The whistle was a joke. As a hammer, it was horrible. I broke it trying to crack open hickory nuts. I didn't expect to use it to build a house, but I expected it could crack some nuts without coming apart.

Someone needs to take this design and make a quality survival knife. It has all the right parts with some suggested changes:

1. The firestarting rod needs to be about a half inch longer.

2. The knife needs to be full tang.

3. The striker notch on the top of the knife needs to be slightly serrated.

4. Forget the hammer function and build a quality whistle into in the handle.

5. DO NOT MANUFACTURE IT IN CHINA!!!
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