Gerber Bear Grylls Card Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We always make sure to carry a good multi-tool on us, but sometimes there’s just not enough space to accommodate some of the larger offerings on the market. That’s exactly what the Gerber Bear Grylls Card Tool was created for.

Sure, it’s more than likely not going to save your life in survival situation, but it comes with some very useful tools built into a very slim profile. Measuring in at only 3.4 inches by 2.3 inches by 0.3 inches, this thing is not much bigger than the credit cards you carry around, but don’t let its small size fool you. This card tool come complete with a fine edge blade, fire striker, Phillips and flat head screwdrivers, water resistant LED task light, and both standard and metric rulers. And of course what multi-tool would be complete without a bottle opener? It’s also backed by Gerber’s lifetime warranty. [Purchase]

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