|Item Weight||8.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||31-000749|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Multi-Tool [31-000749]
- Low Return Rate: 38% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
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- Ergonomic textured rubber grip, maximizes comfort and reduces slippage
- Spring-loaded jaw for simplified single-hand use
- Twelve stainless steel, weather-resistant components
- Patented Safe.T.Plus System, enhanced safety by locking components into usage position
- Nylon sheath, lightweight, military-grade, mildew resistant and land-to-air rescue instructions
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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Multi-Tool- With rugged construction, spring-loaded pliers, outboard locking tools, and an extra grippy handle, this is Bear Grylls's go-to survival tool. Containing 12 stainless steel, weather-resistant tools that lock while in use, this is a safe, reliable multi-tool to have in the wild.
The product of collaboration between Gerber and survival expert Bear Grylls, the ultimate multitool provides 12 stainless steel weather-resistant components. Its rugged construction, spring-loaded pliers, external locking tools, and extra-grippy handle make this tool the ultimate multitasker no outdoor enthusiast should be without. The ultimate multitool comes with a nylon sheath.
The Ultimate Multitool features Gerber's Safe.T.Plus system, which locks components into their usage position.
When not in use, this multitool folds down to 4 inches. View larger.
The ultimate multitool is part of the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series of gear. This collaboration brings together Gerber's 70-plus 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 help you make the most of your outdoor adventures.
12 Components in a Single Compact Tool
The ultimate multitool lives up to its name by offering 12 components, including needle nose pliers, both fine-edge and serrated knives, a saw, a Phillips screwdriver, small and medium flat drivers, a lanyard ring, a bottle opener, a can opener, scissors, and wire cutters.
Lightweight, Comfortable Design
Lightweight and compact, with an open length of 6-3/10 inches, a closed length of 4 inches and an 8-4/5-ounce body, the ultimate multitool won't weigh you down. External components make for easy access, while a spring-loaded jaw provides simplified one-handed use. And thanks to the ergonomic textured-rubber grip, you'll enjoy maximum comfort without slipping.
Bear Grylls' Pocket Survival Guide
As safe as it is practical, the ultimate multitool features Gerber's Safe.T.Plus system, which locks components into their usage position. A lightweight, military-grade sheath resists mildew as it protects the tool and makes it easier and safer to store.
Includes Bear Grylls' Pocket Survival Guide
This tool comes with land-to-air rescue instructions and 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
Multitool, nylon sheath, 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.
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Let me say first that I love the rubberized portion on the handles. I believe these have helped me in at least three times of using the tool. In each case, I was using the tool when under less than ideal circumstances such as in the rain, when under a car, or when trying to repair a wire that was hard to reach. Having the grippy handles is a big PLUS for me.
The second item worth noting is that each tool in the kit is easy to access without having to open the pliers. I've found in the past that when retrieving the tool from the inside portion of the grip -- where the sets of tools open toward each other rather than away -- there is sometimes a bit of awkwardness that is hard to overcome. With this kit, I can open the pliers, if I need, and still access an individual tool or even two. In one instance, as I mentioned above, I was using the pliers and large knife while it was raining. With the knife opening the way it did I was able to not only maintain a good grip but also know that the cutting edge of the knife was actually facing away from my palm while using the pliers.
The final item worth note is the usability and functionality of the individual tools. I know I've never had a multi-tool that had the exact tools I needed for every purpose. That would require a tool likely 25 lbs or more. So when needing to restrict your choices of tools in order to save space and weight it is important to identify the type of work you are most likely to do with the tool. I believe this unit has the most tools that offer the best usability options for the general toolkit.
- Carefully fitted and finished
- Outstanding engineering
- Remarkably strength-to-size/weight ratio
The pouch is as lackluster as the tool is awesome:
- It fully enclose the tool, leaving about 1/2" exposed--presumably for ease of removal; I'd rather have the comfort of having it fully seated in the pouch in order not to risk having it flip out and into the Twilight Zone (unrecoverable).
- The flap has the minimum surface area of Velcro to hold it shut; again, I'm more than a little paranoid about having the tool dump out into a dark and/or wooded area and become unretrievable; a valid concern for a multi tool billed for survival use.
- There is a flimsy and unbelievably annoying lining sewn into the pouch made to create a compartment for the survival tips / instructions; instead of being stiff and staying out of the way, this divider is the consistency of an old sock, and catches on the tool when attempting to put it back in the pouch, regardless of whether or not the survival tips / instructions are in the pouch or not; this makes it worthless for keeping on a belt as the divider snags the tool at every opportunity and requires closely fiddling with it to make it stop.
It's an excellent size and form for smallish, medium and fairly large hand sizes.
Overall amazing great quality tool. Just get the pouch right and there wouldn't be a bad thing to say about it.
Very heavy. It is up to you to decide if that is a good thing or a bad thing.
1) The saw blade and the scissors are difficult to get to. You have to extend all the other blades to get to them.
2) The sheath that comes with this tool has an inner pocket on which this tool snags. Every. Single. Time I put it back in the sheath. You have to use two hands to stow this tool. One to hold the inner pocket out of the way, and the other to manipulate and squeeze the sheath to allow the tool to get around the inner pocket. As the sheath material loosens over time, I can see this problem getting worse. Stupid.
* All the tools can be locked into place. To fold any of the tools back you need to engage the release.
* Nice rubber grips on the sides provide a sure grip and feel good to hold.
* Pliers are spring-loaded.
* The Philips head screwdriver is oddly shaped and is difficult to use.
* The main blades are only about 2 inches long, Too short for hard survival use.
* The multi-tool itself is rather bulky and takes some effort getting back into the included nylon case.
* Not as well constructed as a Leatherman product