Gerber Center-Drive Multi-Tool Black

Feb 8, 2018

Category: Gear

Last year, when Gerber unveiled their Center-Drive, it was a revelation. Never before had we seen a ruggedized American-made multi-tool with a balanced full-length driver attachment. And while we’re grateful for its release, we did yearn for a couple improvements – which the brand has addressed with the latest version.

Now, the new edition still offers everything that the original Center-Drive had to offer – 14+ functions that include a magnetic hex bit driver, a 420HC blade, spring-loaded pliers, a wire cutter/stripper, a pry bar with bottle opener and nail puller functionality, and more. But this one comes with a couple of added bonuses, namely an all-black finish (with a matching set of blacked-out bits, as well) and a MOLLE compatible sheath. That last bit is especially cool, considering that Gerber is also the number one supplier of multi-tools to the U.S. military. Get your hands on one now for $103.

Purchase: $103

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