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- Suspension Multi-Plier multitool with 12 integrated components
- Saf.T.Plus component locking system guarantees safety
- Lightweight open-frame stainless steel handle
- Includes a ballistic nylon sheath
- Weighs 9.6 oz; Closed Length: 4 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Tough, reliable, and easy to handle, the Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier is engineered to tackle jobs in just about every situation. Featuring a sleek butterfly design, durable stainless steel construction, and Gerber's patented Saf.T.Plus component locking system, this affordable multitool packs 12 convenient tools that will quickly prove indispensable.
Strong yet lightweight, the Suspension Multi-Plier offers the durability of stainless steel construction along with an aluminum butterfly-opening handle that's inspired by the precision engineering of Portland, Oregon's famous suspension bridges. Like those time-tested iron bridges, this tool is designed to deliver the performance you demand from your tools.
Starting with the knives, you have the choice of a straight blade for fine-tune cutting, or a serrated blade. This tool also includes a Phillips screwdriver along with large and medium flathead screwdrivers, as well as a dedicated wire cutter/stripper. Unlike bulky squared-off pliers on many multi-tools, the needle-nose pliers at the center of this tool are designed for the tightest of spots. And they're spring loaded so that they open when you release your grip, which makes working with them easy, pinch free and intuitive.
- 1) Spring loaded needlenose pliers
- 2) Regular pliers
- 3) Wire cutter
- 4) Tool lock
- 5) Fine edge blade
- 6) Large flathead
- 7) Cross driver
- 8) Saw
- 9) Can opener
- 10) Small flathead
- 11) Scissors
- 12) Serrated blade
- 13) Lanyard hole
- 14) Tool lock
- 15) Bottle opener
Gerber products are built for real life, to be used, and to endure the test of time. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty in North America.
Tough, reliable, and easy to handle, the Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier is engineered to tackle jobs in just about every situation you can imagine. Featuring a sleek butterfly design, durable stainless steel construction, and Gerber's patented Saf.T.Plus component locking system, this affordable multitool packs 11 convenient tools that will quickly prove indispensable.
Strong yet lightweight, the Suspension Multi-Plier offers the durability of stainless steel construction along with an aluminum butterfly-opening handle that's inspired by the precision engineering of Portland, Oregon's famous suspension bridges. Like those time-tested iron bridges, this tool is designed to deliver the down-and-dirty performance that you demand from your tools.
But performance isn't everything. The tool's unique suspension-style handle sits comfortably in your hand, giving it a well-balanced feel. Compact enough to satisfy the most demanding minimalists, and cool enough for any gadget guy or girl, the Suspension Multi-Plier offers a sleek, streamlined design that will look as good as it performs.
Reliable, Easy-to-Access Tools Keep You Prepared
Whether you're at home, on the road, at a muddy jobsite, or deep in the backcountry, you can't predict what you'll be up against. The Suspension Multi-Plier is fitted with 11 tools that will give you the edge in virtually any situation.
Starting with the knives, you have the choice of a straight blade for fine-tune cutting, or a serrated blade that's great for cutting rope.
This tool also includes a Phillips screwdriver along with large and medium flathead screwdrivers, as well as a dedicated wire cutter/stripper. Unlike bulky squared-off pliers on many multitools, the needle-nose pliers at the center of this tool are designed for the tightest of spots. And they're spring loaded so that they open when you release your grip, which makes working with them easy, pinch free and intuitive.
Other useful features hidden away in the handle of the Suspension include scissors, a bottle opener, a can opener, saw, an awl, and a lanyard ring.
Safe, User-Friendly Design
If you've ever had a folding knife close on your hand in the middle of making a tough cut, you'll have a special appreciation for Gerber's Saf.T.Plus system, which locks components securely in place for worry-free use.
Even with this lock system, deployment is quick and easy. Gerber's user-friendly design makes it simple to access any tool that you need--just slide the lock-release button back and get set for the task at hand.
This Gerber multitool also comes with a nylon ballistic-cloth sheath so that you can keep it protected from the elements when it's not in use.
If you're looking for even more versatility, Gerber offers an add-on tool kit that contains an adapter, three different sizes of flathead bits, cross point bits, and hex head bits for increased functionality. Also available are several a convenient sharpening systems that can help you keep the blades on your multitool in top condition without the hassle of using a whetstone or a round file, including the DF6 Compact Sharpener and the DF8 Sharpener, which uses unique diamond fingers to acheive a perfect 30 degree angle every time you sharpen a blade (tool kit and sharpeners not included).
Savvy. Moxie. Craftsmanship. Attention to detail. These are just a few of the company traits that contributed to Gerber's emergence as a world leader in outdoor gear. Joseph Gerber started Portland, Oregon's Gerber Advertising back in 1910, and one Christmas, he hired a local knife-maker to craft 25 sets of kitchen cutlery as client gifts. The knives were so popular, Mr. Gerber ultimately left his agency to launch Gerber Legendary Blades in 1939.
For more than half a century, Gerber Legendary Blades has been helping people fend for themselves. Gerber designs popular, dependable tools and knives along with other outdoor gear that helps users accomplish whatever tasks they may be faced with, promoting the lost art of self-reliance.
What's in the Box
Suspension multitool and nylon sheath.
Size: Medium | Color: Titanium
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 3.5 x 6 in||4 x 2.75 x 0.6 in||2.5 x 6.6 x 0.75 in||1 x 3.8 x 2 in||0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 in||2.25 x 9.5 x 1 in|
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Two things to be warned of.
1.) The pliers are great for needle nose pliers pinching straight on. However they are quite weak when used to pry sideways. Was underneath a car trying to separate the transmission linkage and I broke off one of the ends of the pliers' pinchers. Excessive force wasn't used. I was surprised when it broke.
2.) The other weak link on this otherwise awesome item is the pouch. The nylon/canvas materials is weak, but the worse part about it is the velcro clasp material, it wears out in a few weeks and does not keep the pliers in your pouch if you end up laying on the ground or inverted at all.
I thought perhaps one of my old leatherman leather pouches would work on this tool, but the butterfly grip is too wide.
Still for $22 I can't bring myself to take away a star.
Better velcro and better pouch would make this product significantly better.
Knowing not to pry sideways with the pliers, I would otherwise expect this tool to last quite a while.
The second pair I bought to replace the ones with the broken pliers, well they are laying on some roadside somewhere, as I was under a car and the velcro failed, leaving them on the ground when I got up.
The one thing I will likely have to do is upgrade the pouch. It's already showing some stretching in the belt loop and some of the stitching has come undone on the edge. I didn't ding the rating, because I care more about the tool. The pouch is serviceable, but not fantastic.
There is a lot of discussion in regards to price point and sourcing. Price is what you can find and/or negotiate. Maybe you can find a dusty one in a family hardware store, and convince the proprietor to let you have it for less since it has sat on his shelf for so long that it has collected dust. Or you can find a good price online. I paid $17 here on Amazon.com, in Aug 2016. Is that good or bad? My box indicated Made In China. But that did not deter me, or cause me to send it back. My box also indicated that there was a warranty. Frankly, I can recall the original Leatherman PST being worth roughly a day's wages in 1980's dollars. So this tool is a bargain. I've broken many tools, but never a Leatherman or Gerber. The weakest multi-plier I've used is the $4 Wally World special. And even that is worth the money, because I've gotten $4 worth of use out of it before it broke. If you break it, send it back. But you're more likely to lose it.
I decided to order this item based upon Gerber's fine reputation for quality and durability in multi-tools, and they did not disappoint me.
This makes a fine gift as an indispensable item to carry in your vehicle in your emergency kit, or with you when camping or hiking, or in your tool box as a quick and ready go-to tool for common tasks and repairs.
The 4 inch handle may be too large for someone with small hands, or too small for someone with large hands, but the quality and shape of the knife handle gives you a good solid grip regardless of your hand size. The entire until folds down to just over 4 inches long, and it comes with a velcro closing belt pouch.
Made from superior quality steel, the tools will function well time and time again.
I have seen them in use for years, so I know firsthand they are a trusted name and make for long wear and versatility.
[ASIN:B000EDPT9K Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier [22-01471]]]
I looked at three other multitools in this general pricepoint (high teens up to $35), and this was the best one. The main issue with the others was that the tools were challenging to pull out of the handle, to the point where I was concerned that I would cut myself or tear a fingernail (my fingernails are short and very strong). The other multitools seemed to have too much friction / tight pivot, whereas the tools in this one (Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier) pulled out smoothly with a minimal amount of force.
I was looking for a multitool with pliers, wire cutters, scissors, straight blade, saw blade, can opener, and slotted/Philips screwdrivers. The scissors in this are a little short, but they work -- and I can get them in and out safely. :-) It's also nice that the non-plier tools are accessible when the multitool is closed.