|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 6 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||3222|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||3|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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Gerber Bear Grylls Compact Multi-Tool [31-000750]
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- Ten components
- Compact and lightweight, fits on keychain or in pocket
- External components and nail nicks for easy access
- Priorities of survival, pocket guide contains Bear's survival essentials
- Open length 4.3 inches, closed length 2.5 inches
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Hang the Compact Multi-Tool on a key chain or carry it in your pocket for easy access.
10 stainless steel components have deep grooved nail nicks to make accessing tools easy. View larger.
The Compact Multi-Tool is part of the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series of gear. This collaboration brings together Gerber's 70+ years of knife and gear expertise with Bear Grylls' extensive outdoor survival and adventure experience to create a one-of-a-kind line of knives, tools, and gear.
From spending time in the British SAS, to scaling Mount Everest, Bear knows what it takes to be a survivor in extreme situations and multiple environments. Now he brings that knowledge to the creation of a range of items that let you make the most of your outdoor adventures.
Lightweight, Compact Design with Easy-to-Access Components
Lightweight and compact, with an open length of 4-3/10 inches, closed length of 2-1/2 inches and a 3-ounce body, the Compact Multi-Tool gives you the benefit of multiple applications in one easy-to-use tool that you can hang on a key chain or carry in your pocket.
Bear Grylls' Pocket Survival Guide
The Compact Multi-Tool offers 10 stainless steel components, including needle nose pliers, wire cutters, both fine-edge and serrated knives, a Phillips screwdriver, small and medium flat drivers, a lanyard ring, a bottle opener, and tweezers. External components and nail nicks make for easy access.
Includes Bear Grylls' Pocket Survival Guide
This tool comes with Bear Grylls' informative Priorities of Survival pocket guide, loaded with survival basics designed to help keep you alive until you can be rescued or rescue yourself.
What's in the Box
Multi-tool and pocket survival guide.
From the highest peaks of the Himalayas, to the rainforests of South America, if world renowned outdoorsman Bear Grylls is on an adventure you can be sure he's equipped with the most durable outdoor gear Gerber has to offer.
Top Customer Reviews
- Nice spring action on the pliers.
- The grips have a non-slip design.
- Serrated knife looks like it could do some serious damage to rope, etc.
- Feels pretty solid, for the price.
- The jaws of the pliers I got have some small gouges in the teeth. Hopefully, this is just a fluke. I like Gerber products, so this surprised me. I deducted one star for this.
- I didn't realize it had a tweezers. (It looks like a small, flat blade screwdriver in one of the pictures.) I was happy to find out it had one, but it is very short. It's a little under 7/8 of an inch long, but may be useful for removing slivers.
- At first, I thought the Phillips head screwdriver looked pretty useless, due to the flat design, but it actually does work (on light-duty jobs of course). It's approximately size #2.
I'm a little disappointed in the quality of the jaw teeth on the pliers I got, but overall I like this little multi-tool, and I think it's worth the price I paid for it on Amazon.
Update: Cost of shipping it back for a possible fix is not worth it. I contacted gerber and there response back was defensive and not apologetic. I explained I used the pliers to try and turn a screw head. They broke just with hand pressure. They wanted to make the determination after receiving them before they would tell me they would replace them or not. I bought a leatherman. Gerber lost my business.
The spring on the pliers is real good. It's pretty heavy and seems sturdy enough for light task. Only useful for small and light task.
The pliers them self are not that great. The material is real weak. Had a thin piece of metal laying around and tried twisting and bending it with the pliers. The pliers teeth grip did not hold so well. When twisting the metal, the pliers started bending. The pliers looked like they were going to snap in half. The metal was thin enough to bend with my hands. Other than bending small wire and paper clips, the pliers crap out.
The hardest tool to flip out is the flat heads. The grooves on them is not very deep, making it hard to grip and pull it out.
The blade is very thin and came with a couple of nicks on its edge. The serrated blade is also thin and looks like it had been holed punched out of metal. I wouldn't trust using these blades on anything more than an orange.
The two halves when closed, do not line up flush with each other.
Bottom line, even Bear Grylls would not be able to survive in the wild with this thing.
Pliers: Not gritty, but poorly-fitted. Quite a bit of play, and they are so far out of alignment they scrape one of the handles as they're folded away. Usable, I suppose, but not really satisfying.
PE blade: VERY thin construction, poorly (un)sharpened, useless point, awful nail nick. A knife of last resort.
Serrated blade: I thought the plain edge blade was among the worst I'd ever tried. Nope. Serrated one is worse. They're not so much serrations as crooked, wavy little meanders of metal that aspire to be useful.
Tweezers: Not really. They're two flappy little fins of metal that squeeze towards each other in a general sort of way, without really meeting.
Small flat screwdriver: It's actually ground slightly at an angle, so slides right out of whatever slot you might direct it towards, when the slightest pressure is applied. Less than useless, it's painful to use and destructive towards whatever it's being used on.
Large flat screwdriver: Not bad, per se, but the worst nail nick known to man makes the one reasonable tool on the entire package nearly impossible to deploy.
Bottle opener: And whatever practicality the flathead driver achieved, is immediately taken back by a bottle opener that doesn't open bottles. The hook that, in theory, should grip the edge of the cap, is so rounded off that there is no conceivable way to actually grip the cap.
Philips driver: Not so much a philips driver as a bas-relief that was sculpted by someone who once heard a description of a philips driver. From someone who saw one in their childhood. From the side.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this product! That is the third time I am buying it (one for myself and 2 for my husband, since he lost his..). Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ayelet
Can't wait to get another like it -- just TOO handy, although I do wish the pliers opened just a tad wider.Published 20 days ago by LittleTank
DO NOT waste your money. This product is the biggest piece of junk every. Broke on the second use. Bought more than one, same issues. Read morePublished 25 days ago by bevansciw
I love this compact multi-tool and have carried it for 2 years with no issues. I just continue to miss scissors to trim a stray mustache hair! Read morePublished 1 month ago by DocRush
This multi tool, is completely horrible...
EPIC FAIL!!!!!,, this thing lasted 5 mins out the box,, I watched a you tube video, and decided to cut a paper clip, with the wire... Read more
This is a great little multi-tool that I stash in all of my jackets. The build quality is excellent, it uses pretty good steel, and - given the value price - I don't feel bad... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Staack