Gerber GDC Zip Light+

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

There are two things that should be integrated into every single EDC kit out there (outside of your EDC knife of course), and that includes a light and a bottle opener. Why not kill two birds with one stone with the Gerber GDC Zip Light+?

While it’s performance won’t compete with any of our picks for the best EDC flashlights, the bright white LED light will get the job done, providing some nice visibility in a very small, portable package. The tool features an integrated solid stainless steel bottle opener, runs on replaceable lithium batteries (comes with two of them), and thanks to the zipper loop attachment, it easily attaches to the zipper of both your jacket pocket or your pack. The tool measures in at just 1.8 inches, and the 8-lumen LED light runs for 3.5 hours. The multi-tool retails for under $10. [Purchase]

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