|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 6 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||31-001047|
|Color||Grey and Orange|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Tool Pack [31-001047]
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- Multitool has 12 components, including pliers, wire cutters, wood saw, and more
- All multitool components lock for safety and dependability
- Tempo flashlight provides four hours of run time off a single AAA battery and has high LED output
- Flashlight has sturdy, rugged construction and anodized aluminum body
- Reliable fire starter rod and textured plastic sheath
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Designed for survival in the most extreme conditions, the Bear Grylls ultimate survival pack from Gerber is the all-weather workhorse of the Bear Grylls survival line. It features an easily pocketable multitool with 12 components, Gerber's Tempo flashlight, a fire starter rod, and a textured plastic sheath for durable yet convenient storage.
A former member of the British SAS, a prolific adventurer, and the daring former host of Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild," Bear Grylls is no stranger to extreme situations. Each item in Gerber's survival series is thoughtfully designed by Bear Grylls and Gerber to offer features that can help keep a smart adventurer alive in the wild.
The multitool has 12 components, including pliers, wire cutters, a partially serrated blade, a wood saw, a small flathead driver, a bottle opener, scissors, a crosshead driver, a piercer, and a medium flathead driver. All components lock for safety and dependability, and the tool is housed in a tough rubberized handle that's perfect for gripping in the elements. The multitool has an overall length of 6 inches and a closed length of 4 inches, and it weighs 11.14 ounces.
The compact, rugged Tempo flashlight has an anodized aluminum body and a bright white LED light source that produces a 7-lumen output with a 30-foot distance. It's powered by a single AAA battery (included) for up to 4 hours of run time, and the LED bulb has a life rating of 100,000 hours. In addition to the fire starter rod and plastic sheath, the ultimate survival pack also comes with a pocket guide on the priorities of survival by Bear Grylls. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
What's in the Box
One Gerber 31-001047 Bear Grylls ultimate survival pack, including one 12-component multitool, one Tempo flashlight (one AAA battery included), one sheath, one fire starter rod, and one "Priorities of Survival" pocket guide.
The essentials for survival in the most extreme conditions.
Top Customer Reviews
All in all the whole kit was OK for what I paid for it. I'm glad I got them, but I'm really glad I got them for alot less than 80 bucks. By far the best part is having those things in one holster. That's why I actually got it.
Along the way we'll check out the tools included in this kit...And in my YouTube video, we'll also go out and use the fire steel and multi-tool to start a fire!
~The Bear Grylls Survival Tool Pack includes:
-A very interesting Multi - Tool... with some cool innovations
-A mini - LED flashlight
-AAA flashlight battery
-Bear Grylls Priorities of Survival - Pocket Guide
-And a pretty unique sheath to hold the gear.
~ABOUT THE SHEATH:
-I like the Closure Strap - It's more rubbery than the rest of the sheath. It is easy to open and close and attaches to BELT REALLY easy.
-Don't have to take belt off.
-I've worn this for a couple of days now and the kit is well balanced and is easily forgotten.
The only BLARING Omission to this Sheath and Package...
Nowhere to put the survival guide...BUMMER.
-Quality Tempo flashlight... Tempo is Gerber's way of saying it's a Mini Flashlight smaller than a pen flashlight.
-It's got a NICE Anodized Aluminum Body
-Single Bulb LED (Only 6 Lumens)
-The Battery Life is 2 or 3 hours
-You can see up to 20 feet
-ON/OFF by twisting
-I KEPT pushing the little thing on the bottom because I thought it did something- but it's just a deal to hold a key ring or something.
-It's a nice Size and feels solid.
-It's got a rubberized grip.
-Longer than the fire steel that comes with the Ultimate SURVIAL knife.
~PRIORITIES OF SURVIVAL PACKET GUIDE:
-Plastic - Not Paper
-It will survival being wet.
Making a fire - even without fire steel
Food - Including making traps!
The mentality you need to survive
....Too Bad it does't fit in this sheath. GERBER incorporates it into just about every BG Tool... some it doesn't matter... but in this one it really matters.
SOLUTION: Rubber band.
~MULTI - TOOL:
-At first I had concerns because it is PLASTIC...then I started using it...
-It is Solid
-Its construction techniques are similar to other Gerber tools
-Metal Star Nuts
-Rubberized Grip is NICE - Feels better in the hand than my vintage Leatherman Wave...which I love.
-Internal steel frame
-Gerber skinned over the steel frame with a NICE ergonomic shell
-Tools are all Stainless
-Needle Nose Pliers - Smooth Grip Surface
-Regular Pliers - Fine Grip
-Rounded Corse Grip for Nuts and Bolts
ALL OTHER TOOLS ARE ACCESSIBLE FROM THE OUTSIDE:
-About 2 Inches
-Half Serrated - Half Fine Edge
-Has kind of a cool REVERSE Tanto blade look
-One hand tab makes it easy to flip the knife out
-Knife Cuts nice - great for small game
-Serrated edge makes cutting cord easy
~UNIQUE SLIDING - LOCKING / UNLOCKING MECHANISM:
-You don't have to open the tool to put any tools away...
GERBER made it easy to get all the other tools out individually, with notches and tabs to pull tools out.
-A little tricky at first...but works good
~LARGE FLAT HEAD SCREWDRIVER:
-With Bottle Opener
-Most Multi-Tools Scissors Stink, but these ones actually work well
-Cut: Paper / Bandaids, Fabric, etc.
~TOOLS ON OTHER SIDE:
-2 Inch Saw. This has VERY Aggressive Serrations, and easily Cuts and shapes stuff up to about an inch in diameter.
-Small Flat Screw Driver
-Philips Head Screw Driver; REALLY Hefty.
-Nail File. This is FINE on one side and Medium on the other.
-FIRE STEEL Striker Notch. This is found AT the base of the File... Marked with a little FLAME.
So what is this kit best suited for?
The Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Pack is well suited for your vehicle or home emergency kit, camping trips, scouting, hiking and biking. It's pretty compact and lightweight... so it's great for all day belt carry.
And I really like this kit when combined with a good survival knife like the Bear Grylls Ultimate survival knife or the Gerber LMF II.
We rate this kit at 3.5 stars out of 5... and would have given it a 4 out of 5 stars if Gerber had incorporated the Pocket survival guide into the sheath...
SO here are my parting thoughts:
Although I don't see Bear Grylls using this kit in his next outdoor adventure... this kit is durable, innovative and compact... and even alone... is a nice start to your emergency preparedness kit...
And for around $55 online... the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Pack is a nice kit that's a pretty good deal when you consider that you are getting a solid multi-tool, fire steel, and flashlight and a compact sheath to carry it all.
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Over the course of the last 2 years I have had to use this pack several times. I actually keep it in my Tahoe. Its usually where I am so that works for me. I have used the flashlight plenty..it's bright and does the job. You can twist it on or push the bottom keychain part and it will give you a quick light. Let it off and it goes off. I have used just about every tool in this pack at some point and it has all worked nicely. On to the fire starter. I did try it out and it did produce enough spark to get my fire going. If you have never done this I suggest you practice and get a feel for it. Be patient. It gives you plenty of spark so practice..don't blame the stick.
The rubber casing has held up nice. Being that its rubber you don't have to worry about water. Thats a plus. The closure and belt loop is all still in good working order. It doesn't really feel any looser after using it over the last 2 years.
At a little under 50 at the time of this review it is well worth getting one just to be prepared. I didnt know how much I would use it until I got one.
5 stars from me for the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Pack. It has lasted and proved to be a handy compact tool that is there when you need it.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comments. I will respond. If you found my review helpful, let me know. Lets keep making better buying decisions together. Thank you and as always Be Safe & Happy Shopping!!