BEAR GRYLLS GERBER ULTIMATE MULTI-TOOL
Rugged construction, spring loaded pliers, external locking tools and an extra grippy handle earn this tool its moniker
The Ultimate Multi Tool
BEAR GRYLLS ULTIMATE MULTI-TOOL PRODUCT FEATURES
Needlenose pliers (spring loaded)
Fine edge Knife
Small flat screwdriver
Large flat screwdriver
Spring loaded jaw for simplified one hand use
Fully locking components
Stainless steel construction
Weather resistant components
Ergonomic textured rubber grip - maximises comfort & reduces slippage
Ballistic nylon sheath - lightweight, military grade & mildew resistant
Includes land to air rescue instructions
Priorities of Survival - pocket guide contains Bearís survival essentials include
Knife blade length 6.3cm
Overall length 16cm
Closed length 10cm
Comes with a Nnylon Sheath
Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Multi-Tool
BEAR GRYLLS GERBER SURVIVAL SERIES
This collaboration brings together Gerber's over 70 years of knife and gear expertise with Bear Grylls' extensive outdoor survival and adventure experience to create a one of a kind line of knives, tools and gear.
From his time in the British SAS, to scaling Mount Everest, to hosting his survival television show all over the globe, Bear knows what it takes to be a survivor in extreme situations. Each item in the Survival Series is meticulously designed by Gerber and Bear to offer a multitude of uses in any environment.
It is illegal for us to sell a knife of any kind (including cutlery and kitchen knives) to anyone under the age of 18.Therefore we will ask confirmation of your age before purchase.
It is generally an offence to carry a knife in public without good reason or lawful authority (for example, a good reason is a chef on the way to work carrying their own knives) the maximum penalty for an adult carrying a knife is four years in prison and a fine of £5000
knives where the blade folds into the handle, like a Swiss Army Knife, aren't illegal as long as the blade is shorter than three inches (7.62 cms)
If a knife is used in a threatening way (even a legal knife, such as a Swiss Army knife), it is regarded as an 'offensive weapon' by the law. This is also the case with things like screwdrivers - once used in a threatening manner, they are treated as offensive weapons. It is an offence to carry an offensive weapon in a public place, if you don't have a reasonable excuse. This means that carrying something that could be viewed as an offensive weapon, and then using it in a threatening way, could mean that you are prosecuted. The penalty is up to four years' imprisonment and/or a fine.