|Item Weight||1.01 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches|
|Item model number||31-001103|
|Material||High Carbon Stainless Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Blade Length||4.75 inches|
|Special Features||Hammer Pommel, Full Tang, Emergency Whistle, Fire Starter, Sheath, Sharpening Stone|
|Included Components||Knife, Sheath|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife, Serrated Edge [31-000751]
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- Serrated high carbon stainless steel drop point blade - ideal for edge retention and cutting rope
- Ergonomic textured rubber grip - maximizes comfort and reduces slippage
- Stainless steel pommel - at base of handle for hammering
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The collaboration of Gerber's 70 + years of knife and gear expertise with Bear Grylls extensive outdoor survival and adventure experience led to the creation of the Bear Grylls Ultimate Serrated Knife.Bear knows what it takes to be a survivor in extreme situations and this survival knife is meticulously designed by Gerber and Bear to offer a multitude of uses in any environment. This fixed point, fine edge knife also includes a fire starter, sharpener in sheath and whistle on lanyard.Overall length: 10".Weight: 11.2 oz..
From Gerber, the 31-000751 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Knife is designed to help you endure in the toughest environments. It features an ergonomic grip for comfortable handling and a dependable stainless steel blade with a versatile serrated edge. Additionally, the knife and military-grade nylon sheath are packed with innovative survival tools, including a fire starter, a diamond blade sharpener, an emergency whistle, and a pommel.
Sharp, Durable Blade Handles Tough Survival Tasks
Built to offer the versatility that adventurers, backpackers, and hunters need in the wilderness, the Ultimate Knife features a versatile 4.75-inch drop-point blade. This blade is half serrated to make quick work of cutting rope and other fibrous materials. It features full-tang construction for overall durability, and it is crafted from hard stainless steel, which allows for excellent edge retention.
Innovative, Ergonomic Design Delivers Versatility
Survival tools are only useful if they're easy to handle, so this knife features a comfortable, rubberized grip that's textured to prevent slippage. And because being a true survivor means making innovative use of your tools, the knife's handle features two holes for securely lashing it to a stick for use as a fishing spear--or whatever other bladed tool your situation calls for.
In addition, the handle base features a stainless steel pommel that can be used for pounding or hammering. A lanyard cord helps you keep track of the knife, and the lanyard features an integrated emergency whistle that can be used to attract attention--so others can keep track of you.
Balanced for optimum handling, this Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series Knife has an overall length of 10 inches and weighs just 11.2 ounces — 14.72 ounces with the included sheath.
Military-Grade Nylon Sheath with Smart Details
Just as versatile as the knife it protects, the included sheath folds open to reveal a diamond sharpener. The sheath also has a life-saving fire starter rod locked into a water-tight holder. This ferrocerium rod produces a shower of hot sparks when scraped against the rough surface of the striker notch that is incorporated into the back of the knife blade. For further versatility and functionality, the sheath includes a waterproof "Priority of Survival" guide tucked into a protective pocket on the back of the sheath.
The nylon sheath is crafted from lightweight, military-grade materials that are mildew resistant for long-term use in harsh climates. It includes a Velcro closure to keep your knife secure.
About the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series
Bringing together the 70 years of expertise behind all Gerber Legendary Blades and the survival and adventure experience of the renowned Bear Grylls, the Bear Grylls Survival Series is a one-of-a-kind line of knives, tools, and gear. A former member of the British SAS, a prolific adventurer, and the daring host of Discovery Channel's Man vs. Wild, Bear Grylls is no stranger to extreme situations. Each item in the Survival Series is thoughtfully designed by Bear and Gerber to offer features that can help keep a smart adventurer alive in the wild. These dependable tools come with Bear's "Priorities of Survival" pocket guide, so you can check your instincts against his experience-based advice.
What's in the Box
Gerber 31-000751 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Knife, nylon sheath, and "Priorities of Survival" pocket guide.
31-000751 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Knife, Serrated Edge
At a Glance
- 4.75-inch half-serrated drop-point blade for quick, versatile cuts
- Full-tang, stainless steel construction for durability
- Ergonomic, non-slip rubber grip for comfortable, accurate handling
- Lanyard includes loud emergency whistle
- Military-grade, mildew resistant nylon sheath
- Sheath includes fire starter and diamond blade sharpener
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Pros: Comes with everything you need for the knife. Good for simple camping tasks.
Cons: NOT Full tang. Coating wears off fast. Not good for Batoning. Handle will rip after time. Dont get serrations. Soft knife
I wound up grinding the serrations off with my Worksharp Ken Onion. I've never reprofiled a knife, so it has some weird bevel angles through it now, but the knife is way more functional at this point. It's ugly, but works.
My advice? Unless you desperately need those darn serrations, get the model without them for a few more dollars. Otherwise, when you go out side and whack a tree branch with this thing, you're going to have a useless lower half of the knife.
Here's a pic after my modification, ugly, but it's sharp as a razor.
However, the sheath is lackluster. Within the first day of use, the pinch retaining system the sheath uses tore open, leaving it without any grip on the blade. If it weren't for the velcro strap on the end of the knife handle, it would have been sitting freely in the sheath.
I just sent Gerber an email about it, and I trust they will make things right, but I felt this needed to be shared.
EDIT 08/09/12: Gerber replied quickly and sent out a replacement in 13 days. However, they sent the wrong part. I've contacted them again about getting the correct part sent to me.
Immediately liked the feel of the knife. Compared to my Prodigy Tanto, its grip feels a lot better. Fire striker works well. Knife is more substantial than the Bushcraft. Has integrated knife sharpener also.
Will try out on next campout and update review.
UPDATE: Took out camping. Still a good knife for general knife work and the added firestarter/whistle are a bonus. Started a fire with the fire starter. It's a little short compared to a "light my fire" fire starter but does the trick. The whistle doesn't produce a very loud whistle so its use is limited.
I did baton wood and make feather sticks with the this knife but not as easy as with a fine/straight edge knife. Wouldn't recommend this for Bushcraft work due to its serrated edge. If looking for a good bushcraft knife, get the fine/straight edge version of this knife.
Used hammer butt of knife to drive in a tent stake but wouldn't recommend doing that regularly; rocks work better and you are less apt to miss and gouge your hand on tent takeor poke your eye out!
Still would recommend for a inexpensive all around knife for camping/hiking and you can't beat the cost to feature ratio.
The hammer built into the pommel is surprisingly useful! You'd be amazed how often you want to have one handy but don't!
The diamond sharpener is aggressive and will restore an extremely dull blade to good working condition in no time. You may not get a razor edge with it (at least I couldn't) but it is still VERY sharp!
Use the Lansky BladeMedic to bring back the really great edge!
Cons- Made in China. Doesn't have a full tang all the way through the handle. Fire starter installs upside down in the sheath, so it can fall out and you will never notice. Stupid marketing.
Pros - blade was sharp, feels great in the hand, seems very tough and durable. Knife feels substantial in the hand, like it will be there when you need it.
In conclusion, I have no doubt that this knife will serve you well and have a long life.
Most recent customer reviews
This Knife is awesome very shape and cuts smooth and easy can’t wait to test it out in the wild