Gerber Lightweight Vise Outdoor Multifunctional Tool available in Black – One Size

November 5, 2019 - Comment

As an Amazon Affiliate I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase the product below or any other product on my website. The Gerber Vise Pocket Tool is fitted with lightweight, anodised aluminum handles with a surgical stainless steel blade. These pocket-sized pliers pack multiple functions into a

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The Gerber Vise Pocket Tool is fitted with lightweight, anodised aluminum handles with a surgical stainless steel blade. These pocket-sized pliers pack multiple functions into a tiny package that fits on a keychain. The Vise gives you more than plier capabilities thanks to a variety of handy tools.

Components: Mini Pliers, Medium & Large Flat Screwdriver, Phillips Screwdriver, File (Coarse & Fine), Bottle Opener, Fine Blade, Serrated Blade and Lanyard Ring.

Specification

Overall Length: 102mm.
Closed Length: 61mm.
Blade Length: 38mm.
Weight: 57g.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Good Tool First impressions, it’s a well made decent quality keyring multi-tool. Obviously made for light duty emergency situations, for which I think it’s suitable. For the price… OK.

Anonymous says:

Sweet Spot I am the kind of person who (perhaps somewhat sadly?!) likes to feel prepared for anything. I ordered one of these because I wanted a very small and portable multi-tool which would fit easily into a pocket – preferably the watch pocket of a pair of jeans, and which I could maybe even take on an aeroplane.It is surprising to see a Gerber product at this price, and while one can see that the quality of the build is not quite as robust as their larger offerings, it is still completely…

Anonymous says:

Tiny but sturdy and useful I’m a big fan of Leatherman’s range of multitools – I have several of them – and I’ve never really investigated the competition. But a recent bike breakdown that left me stranded for a simple problem which could have been fixed in seconds with a pair of pliers led me to search for the smallest and lightest set of pliers I could carry alongside my normal bike tools, and I came across the Vise.This is a very small, very light, and relatively cheap tool. But it is absolutely perfect…

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