|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 3.2 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||31-000674|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||14|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
Gerber 31-000674 MP450 Compact Sport Multitool and Paraframe I
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- MP450 compact sport multitool features one-hand opening, SAF.T.PLUS locking system, 14 components
- Needlenose pliers, wire cutter, wire crimper, serrated knife blade, screwdrivers, can opener, bottle opener
- Paraframe I knife has frame lock design, lightweight open stainless steel handles, sturdy pocket clip, and serrated-edge blade
- Paraframe has overall length of 7.01 inches blade length of 3.01 inches, and closed length of 4.11 inches
- Knife's handle made of stainless steel; blade made of high-carbon stainless steel
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From the Manufacturer
Clip a paraframe into your pocket and you're fully equipped to take care of business. There is a simplicity to this knife that relates as much to function as it does to form. It's a breeze to open. The clip point blade configuration is ideal for cutting in close quarters. Openness rules the day where the handle is concerned--there's more air than metal, so it's lightweight and easy to keep clean.
Top Customer Reviews
The set is a pretty good deal at the $30 price range. The tool itself is handy when you need it to be. The one handed opening is easy and smooth at the first try. I'm in the Navy and there are quite a few people here who use these. I tend to be a firm believer that if my co-workers who do the same job as me are satisfied when they use something that it will probably work just as well for me.
First, even if you are using a hard plastic, plastic doesn't really give me the comfort that my tool will last the test of time.
Second, If you live in a place with humidity or get the tool wet, I advise you to keep this well oiled and clean.
If you do not drop this and take care of it as you should any other tool, expect this to last years.
The knife is nice except the skeleton handles have excessively large gaps. My big fingers can easily work their way into the gaps when closing the knife. It is not a matter of being clumsy... the gaps are big enough to get someone fired at Gerber for creating a liability. The knife has been relegated to utility drawer status (opening boxes, etc) so I do not have to worry about opening and closing it. I would recommend NOT using this as a pocket knife. It is otherwise a nice tight folder with a decent blade. Adding handles could really bulk it up and will require a little re-engineering (tapping threads in one handle, finding longer stainless screws). Part of the handle is the lock-back mechanism as well.
The multi-tool itself is similar to its larger cousins and may be a little small for many men's hands. It is 4-3/8 inches long collapsed, 5-5/8 inches extended and slim at 1/2-inch thick for the bulk of the body and 1-1/2 inches wide at the blade locks.
By comparison, I own one of the original Gerber multi-tools and it is 5 inches long collapsed, 6-5/8 inches extended and 5/8-inch thick for the bulk of the body and 1-5/8 inches wide at the blade locks. I replaced a Leatherman with this old Gerber multi-tool in early 1996, carry it every day, and have used and abused it and it has held up extremely well. Its needle nose still meets precisely and cuts wire as well as when it was new. I will not replace it on my hip with the little tool as this bigger one fits my hand very nicely and I long ago became as comfortable with it as my own hand.
Back to this little multi-tool. Being slimmer it has one less folding implement on each side than the larger cousins.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Both the knife and multi-tool work well and I use each almost every day at work!Published 6 months ago by A Product Reviewer
Very useful and great quality built. Knife right now after 4 years still has sharpnes on its blade. No complaints. I would buy it again, no questions asked.Published 23 months ago by Live InFull
Great for hiking. The multi-tool is well made and works smoothly.Published on July 5, 2014 by PapaG