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Gerber Splice Multi Tool
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- Rugged and reliable design in all our products
- Can be used in various military, hunting, survival, tactical, industrial and outdoor situations
- All products are field tested
- Ten functions scissors and pliers, fine edge blade, serrated blade, bottle opener, medium flat driver, small flat driver, cross driver, file and retractable lanyard
- Comfortable to carry in your pocket or attach to a keychain
- Intuitive opening in lightweight, compact style
- Two blades for multiple applications
- New bottle opener design for better leverage
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|Item Weight||2.32 pounds||0.14 pounds||0.56 pounds||0.11 pounds|
|Dimensions||1 inches x 3 inches x 2 inches||0.6 inches x 2.75 inches x 4 inches||6 inches x 3.5 inches x 1 inches||1.3 inches x 3 inches x 2.1 inches|
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Here is a more detailed comparison of this product with the Leatherman CS:
- The scissors in the Gerber splice are significantly more heavy-duty than the Leatherman CS. I tried cutting some Velcro straps with both, and the Gerber splice left a nice clean edge, whereas the Leatherman CS required multiple cuts and did not cut cleanly. Both tools fine for cutting paper or threads, but for something heavier, the Gerber splice is better.
- The Leatherman CS starts out easy to open, while the Gerber Slice starts out stiff and sometimes hard to open, as other reviewers have complained. But it gets easier to open as you use it.
- The Leatherman CS has a pair of tweezers; this does not. (This product's predecessor, the Gerber Shortcut, had tweezers; I don't know why they removed them.)
- The Leatherman has a handy clip on it that makes it easy to attach to something. This product does not; it has a little ring that you could use to attach to your keyring, but it's certainly not as easy to attach or detach.
- This product has a serrated knife in addition to a straight knife; the Leatherman has only an unserrated knife.Read more ›
It's a fairly heavy tool for it's size and I think it's well designed, but overall, most of the tools are too flimsy and of too poor quality to be relied on for regular long-term use unless you plan on being very gentle with it.
I'm returning it to Gerber and plan to buy a Leatherman Style CS.
When Gerber moved production to China the metallurgy went downhill. They just don't hold an edge like they used to. Hopefully this new product will be as worthy as my first shortcut
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The blade spring broke within a week and now the blade will not stay open or closed. it swings freely making it useless. Very disappointed.Published 12 days ago by B. Johnson
The scissors work great for cutting elastic cord and paper, they have a spring that allows cutting all the time. Read morePublished 25 days ago by DM
The design concept of this mini tool is great. I own the similar products from SOG and Leatherman. This was one that I wanted to love because you can access most of the tools with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Logan Kay
I loved this little multi-tool for two months. Yesterday the tab that held the keychain ring snapped off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Francie
I've had two Leatherman Micra's over the years. I liked them but I decided about a year ago to try the Gerber Splice. I'm going back to Micra's. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles White
Excellent tool. Sturdy knife with a sharp blade. Would purchase again and just might at the rate I tend to lose these things.Published 2 months ago by Sean D