Gerber EAB Pocket Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Though the name might include pocket knife (and technically it is), Gerber’s Exchange-A-Blade (EAB) knife helps you ditch the traditional bulky box cutter you’ve been toting around all these years.

The good folks at Gerber have essentially built the perfect box cutter. The EAB sports a 1.7-inch double-sided utility blade that can not only be flipped, but also easily swapped out with any standard or contractor grade utility blade when your blade starts struggling against those cardboard boxes. The knife is great for EDC, seeing that it weighs just 2.2 ounces and even includes a pocket clip to hold your cash and cards. As a safety precaution, there’s also a locking mechanism that ensures the blade stays in the open or closed position. And the best part? This stainless steel constructed knife retails for under $10. [Purchase]

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