The Gerber Suspension was my first multi-tool, or at least my first “real” one. Even after I bought my first Leatherman multi-tool, and then my second, I kept the Gerber at my lab, and I used it often. It’s a great first EDC multi-tool, or budget-priced backup.
Now, I still keep it around, in a tool box at home, and it still comes in handy every so often, thanks to its spring-action pliers.
It’s not perfect. But, it is useful.
In addition to the spring-action pliers and cutters, the Gerber Suspension features 11 tools:
- Straight blade
- Serrated blade
- Phillips screwdriver
- Medium and large slotted screwdrivers
- Wire cutter/stripper
- Bottle opener
- Can opener
- Lanyard ring
Right now, the Gerber Suspension multi-tool is on sale as part of an Amazon Deal of the Day. 13 years ago, I paid $25. It’s currently on sale for $20, which is a great price.
If you have ever wanted a pliers-based multi-tool, but didn’t want to invest a lot of money on something you might end up not using much, this is the one to get, at least in my opinion. That’s exactly what I did, and it worked out well for me. No regrets.
Sale Price: $20
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This post was originally published 11/18/19 and republished on 12/8/2019 when the deal returned as a deal of the day.
Deal ends 3am ET 12/9/19 unless supplies sell out sooner.