Gerber GDC Zip Blade

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

While Gerber’s Daily Carry tools won’t replace your daily multi-tool, they will complement your EDC gear nicely. The Gerber GDC Zip Blade doesn’t eliminate the need for a pocket knife, but it does ensure you always have a blade close by.

Perfect for slicing open boxes or cutting twine, this tiny blade easily attaches to the end of your jacket zipper and keychains. Considered the bulldog of utility knives, this thing is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but still strong enough to strip right through wire and cut cardboard with ease. It features a frame lock safety function to ensure you don’t accidentally cut yourself with the fine edge utility blade, and the attached clip makes quick removal a breeze. The blade itself is constructed from 7Cr17 steel and measures in at .68 inches, while the entire unit measures just 2.26 inches in overall length. A great stocking stuffer for the EDC junkie in your life. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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