|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 3.2 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||22-41770|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||Titanium nitrade coasting|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
Gerber Artifact Keychain Tool [22-41770]
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- Compact design that includes three blades
- Blade folds out for use and in for storage
- Also features a bottle opener and a pry bar
- Equipped with cross and flat drivers
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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Artifact Keychain Tool [22-41770]
The Gerber 22-41770 Artifact Pocket Keychain Tool is a pocket-sized companion, offering plenty of functionality in a minimalist package. With a #11 hobby blade, flat and Phillips drivers, wire stripper, pry bar, and more, the Artifact Pocket Keychain Tool helps you be prepared for almost anything, everywhere you go.Small Device Holds Eight Tools
The most useful tool is the one you have when you need it--and with the Artifact, all you have to do is reach for your keychain to find what you need. At just 3.5 inches closed, the Artifact is barely larger than a cigarette lighter, but Gerber still managed to pack eight different functions into its compact, easily portable form.
The Artifact includes a Phillips screwdriver, two flat-head screwdrivers, a bottle opener, pry bar, wire stripper, a knife that uses standard #11 blades, and a lanyard.
Although it features a small profile, the Artifact is built for durability. It features stainless steel construction and has a titanium nitride coating for long-lasting durability.
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Gerber 22-41770 Artifact Pocket Keychain Tool
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I have had the tool for about 6 months now, and have yet to hurt myself with it (knock on wood). However, I have caught myself being distracted and almost putting it back in my pocket with the blade opened. I have not had any issues with the blade opening unexpectedly, or mishandling and cutting my fingers, as several other operators have reported.
Highly recommend this tool.
To the people who say this opens too easy : there is a torx screw that can be tightened in the pivot. The other side of the pivot is a plenty stout rounded stainless steel rivet. When mine arrived the pivot is quite firm and a little hard to open. I put a dot of oil on the pivot and on the ball of the liner lock. The ball of the liner lock engages a detent to hold the knife closed and it takes a very firm force from my thumb nail to overcome this ball detent. At this point there is zero chance of this opening in my pocket without being on a key ring. I could see how the key ring might get it to open.
To give Gerber the benefit of the doubt the hole in the Artifact that people are using to put their key ring through is listed as a "lanyard hole" and there is no chance of a lanyard causing the knife to open as it is right now (stiffish pivot with a ball catch holding it closed).
As far as pocket tears I can imagine how that could happen. I will say though that there are no sharp edges on it though there are narrow points and thinned/tapered surfaces. All the edges have been debured and slightly rounded. Nicely done for what it is and what it costs.
For those who, like me, were thinking the textured cover over the blade is plastic . . . it is metal and good and stout.
Also the blade is replaceable without tools; there is a spring steel plate with a post on it that snaps into the blade and you pull it up with your finger nail or a screw driver ( a dime works well) and slip the old blade out and the new in. The blade is reversible but will not fully close with it reversed.
One thing that I have to be careful of but is no big deal and that is to fully snap the blade open so it locks when I use it.
The pivot is stiff enough, (brand new just got the Artifact today) that it sort of stops but can be moved further to get it to lock. This is not a fault. I could loosen the pivot slightly but I am choosing to leave it as is and see how it breaks in.
So far I like the product and feel I got my monies worth. Rather than put it in my pocket I have a slim pocket in a small belt tool pouch it may ride well in and or just toss it in my everyday back pack when I am not at work.
The exacto blade is 0.5 mm thick and the spare blades came in a nice little click closed storage box about the size of the blade.
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I acquired this one as I have typically found Gerber to be a reliable and useful brand
This is probably the least useful of it's type that I have bought
Otherwise it is still very useful.
Telling from the picture it looked uncoated but it is coated. Slightly disappointed from the amount of vertical blade play. And coating
But I still is I really cool and useful tool in my EDC