Gerber Bear Grylls Grandfather Knife Pocket Tool - Grey
- The knife's 7 components include a fine edge blade, flat driver, Phillips driver, corkscrew, bottle opener, file and lanyard ring
- Unlockable folding blade - Blade under 3 inches
- The rubber-over-mold grip gives the knife a comfortable feel and adds security to your grip
- Includes a copy of Bear Grylls "Priorities of Survival" Pocket Guide for easy reference
- Backed by Gerber's Lifetime Warranty
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You probably owned a classic pocket knife as a kid and maybe your father or grandfather kept one handy. Gerber's decades of experience crafting tools and Bear Grylls's adventure knowledge come together in our Grandfather Knife. Based on a knife that was passed down from Bear's grandfather to his dad and then to Bear himself, we've honored the classic style and utility of Bear's knife by designing ours with 7 utilitarian components while maintaining the vintage appearance of his original knife. The Grandfather Knife is the quintessential do-it-all pocket knife with the benefit of modern construction. Equal Parts Utility and Adventure Like a good hand tool, the first thing you'll notice about the Grandfather Knife is its comfortable heft and easy handling. It weighs half of what most multi-tools weigh and embodies the essence of pocket knife: equal parts utility and zest for adventure. The tool selection is simple by design, offering what you need to save the day at the picnic when there's no wine opener in sight or to adjust the throttle on your mower without making a trip back to the garage. The fine edge blade, corkscrew, flat and Phillips head drivers, small file and all-important bottle opener are easy to deploy and give you flexibility in your moments of need. At 3.75 inches long, the closed knife is only slightly bigger than a disposable lighter. Still, you get a 2.75-inch fine edge blade, big enough for substantial tasks yet compact enough to carry daily. It's a Daily Driver The Grandfather knife disappears in your pocket until you need to put it to work. Like a perfectly weighted skipping stone, it feels great in your hand, too. The rubber-molded grip adds to its easy-to-hold shape and offers a little added security in cold, wet conditions. Don't let the knife's vintage look fool you; it's meant to get used today. The fine edge blade is easy to sharpen and there's a lanyard ring for adding a small strap or hanging it from your belt.
1 x Grandfather Knife, 1 x Principles of Survival pocket guide
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Top Customer Reviews
Not as many features as an equivalent sized Swiss army knife! However the rubber handle gives far superior grip over Swiss plastic. Really positive lock on the blades. Superior finish quality, would choose this over Swiss army or the bg scout or mini scout.
Excellent pocket knife
The knife is nice and sharp and as with Gerber the quality is good.
The build quality is good.
The style with rubberized handle is good.
When you manage to open it the blade is a nice sharp thin blade.
ONLY ONE ISSUE.
It's impossible to actually get the blade out, you actually need another tool or knife to get the main blade out.
The corkscrew is fine and the possy screwdriver part is easy to get out also.
Normally I don't have issues with opening blades but I literally can't get my small fingers in to the fingernail bit to open the knife.
It's such a shame because everything else is great. It just needs a more prominent back or top of the main blade to get a better grip on it to open it.
only 4 stars though because of blade thinness and gives a small feeing of being a little cheap tbh.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was bought as a present - it was strong and well made and my grandson loved itPublished 8 months ago by REB
Bought as present for husband. I had bought him one some time ago and he lost it! So this is replacement. Very happy with it and so is he. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ANNE CANAVAN
Husband is very happy with this item. It's a very useful tool he says, very handy he says.Published 14 months ago by Lou
so difficult to open with all the thumb nail grooves being badly positioned, it ruins what could be a very good knifePublished 14 months ago by Duffanzar
Bought as present, my husband was thrilled with it. The photo does not do it justice, it is the perfect pocket knife. I remember my dad always carried a similar k ife with him. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Louise Jones