Gerber’s Gator Machete Pro can be used as a multi-purpose and camping blade, or for defending against undead zombies. Read More
Gerber’s newest multi-tool will feature pop-out tabletop tripod legs. Read More
Gerber’s Bear Grylls basic survival kit includes a small knife, fire starter, and a few other pieces of kit, and at less than $20, it looks to be a great buy! Read More
Gerber has recalled their Gator Combo Axe, the one with the knife handle, due to the knife posing a laceration hazard when using the axe. Read More
Ready or not, here they come! New Bear Grylls survival knives, tools, & kits by Gerber are on the way. Read More
Looking for a thin, compact and lightweight pocket-friendly utility knife? Look no further. Read More
Amazon is offering a 2-piece Gerber mini-Suspension multitool combo set for $20, “while supplies last”. It looks like this may be a special holiday combo of slightly modified versions of Gerber’s Shortcut and Clutch pocket-friendly mini tools. If that’s true, then these should be decent performers for the money. I’ve owned a Shortcut for about five […]
Remember the Leatherman MUT, a M16-specific multitool? Well, Gerber’s got their own specialized M16 maintenance tool, the e-FECT. Designed for use on AR15/M16/M4 assault rifles, the e-FECT is intended to provide a quicker and more precise cleaning experience.
Gerber’s new Microbew features a water resistant LED light built into a bottle opener. The Microbew has a stainless steel body, recessed switch to prevent accidental activation, replaceable batteries, and regulated circuitry. Gerber Microbrews are available with either white or red LEDs, and should soon be available at retailers for $12.50. The only concern we have about the Microbew is […]
Following the wake of their immensely popular Artifact keychain tool and pocket knife, Gerber is preparing to release the Shard, an even smaller keychain tool. Gerber’s Shard is a lightweight and compact pocket tool that looks to be quite functional despite its small size. One of the more interesting points that Gerber makes, is that the tool is considered […]
Just thinking aloud: are there any legitimate home or shop uses for a fixed-blade knife? Knives like these are great for camping and other outdoor activities, but what else can they be used for?