The year is winding down, and gift season is upon us. It’s the perfect time to check out discounts on some of Gerber’s most popular products of the year, from classic EDCs to new tools from its “More Than Ready” camp collection.
Whether you’re looking for a new pocket companion or building out an adventure storage bin with specific tools, Gerber makes something for you. Most of its adventure-ready knives and tools are backed with a limited lifetime warranty and are made in the United States.
Below, we highlight some of the brand’s top products as well as those that are on sale. Check out our pick and then jump into the full sale to explore the latest savings.Save Up to 50% on Gerber Here
Save Up to 50% on Gerber
Close out the year with a new Gerber blade or tool at a discount. Maybe pick some up as gifts for friends and family, too.
The Pledge has a modern reverse tanto blade of 7Cr steel finished with black oxide bead blast for added corrosion resistance. It has a reversible thumb stud and pocket clip for southpaws. The textured handle helps secure your grip while the liner lock keeps it secured while in your pocket.
(Length open: 8.2 inches; Weight: 2.9 ounces)Shop Now
This multitool gets its name from the layered construction that provides twice the force and jaw strength behind the pliers to tackle the task ahead. The plier jaws use a blunt-nosed jaw with small fastener pliers set within them. These jaws have an adjustable, two-size slip joint jaw with oversized teeth for a better grip. At the crux of the pliers, there’s a wire stripper and cutter.
Additionally, the 12-ounce multitool includes a center-axis bit driver, a 3.25-inch plain-edge blade, a fine/coarse file, a saw, and bit storage. Store the tool in its fabric sheath or hang it from a lanyard.
(Length open: 4.65 inches; Weight: 12 ounces)Shop Now
The Ultimate Survival Knife has a full-tang with a half-serrated drop point blade. It has a textured rubber grip, a steel hammer pommel, and an emergency whistle. Additionally, there’s a sharpener and a firestarter stored inside the knife’s sheath.
(Length open: 10 inches; Weight: 11.2 ounces)Shop Now
The Armbar Trade is all about cramming practical tools in a compact design. First, there’s a 2.5-inch plain edge blade with a frame lock and a 2.5-inch extension bit driver with a two-sided bit. The rest of the tools include a pry bar, bottle opener, hammer, awl, and saw. A full-length clip helps hold the multitool in place on pants, belts, overalls, etc.
(Length open: 6.5 inches; Weight: 3.1 ounces)Shop Now
As an EDC multitool, the Lockdown Pry has a low profile and is only 4 inches long. It contains a mix of purposeful tools like the large and small flathead drivers, a cast pry bar, a replaceable #11 blade, a plain edge blade, scissors, and a file with a chisel edge. The end of the frame serves double duty as a nail puller and a bottle opener.
(Length open: 6.62 inches; Weight: 5.7 ounces)Shop Now
Straight and to the point, the Zilch is a compact and slender EDC folding knife. It has a 7Cr steel blade, exposed barrels, and the option for thumb-stud or nail nick deployment. It’s available in six colors.
(Length open: 7.2 inches; Weight: 2.2 ounces)Shop Now
A hatchet is a staple of wilderness survival and comes in handy around the homestead, too. Gerber’s Bushcraft Hatchet has porting to save weight on long hauls and a rubber grip. It has a forged, single-piece axe head with an overstrike guard. The 5.5-inch blade has a machined relief for deeper, more productive cuts.
Beyond that, the hatchet has a waterproof gear storage stick, hammerhead, 5 feet of paracord, as well as storage space for dry tinder and a mini lighter.
(Weight: 2.4 pounds)Shop Now
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