Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade

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The Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade Knife takes the Survival category to another level. With premium steel (9CrMoV) and full tang construction, this knife is meant to take a beating. Featuring a full find edge and an easily accessible carbide pull-through sharpener integrated into the sheath, the Ultimate Pro will always be sharp when you need it more. The vertically mounted ferrocerium fire starter is sure to provide a spark in all conditions while the updated whistle ensures you'll always be heard. Bear's Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide fits securely in the sheath making this the ultimate in survival gear.


  • Full-tang, premium stainless steel construction for durability
  • The Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro fixed blade knife comes with a mildew-resistant nylon sheath that includes a knife sharpener, fire starter and waterproof survival guide
  • Lashing holes in handleMilitary-grade, mildew-resistant nylon sheath

Traction and Grip:

  • Textured, rubberized handle offers a solid, balanced and comfortable grip; oversize bolster at the blade end of the handle helps keep your hand from slipping toward the blade
  • Ergonomic, non-slip rubber grip for comfortable, precise handling


  • Bear Grylls “Priorities of Survival” Pocket GuideBacked by Gerber’s Lifetime Warranty


  • Stainless-steel pommel at the base of the handle doubles as a hammer; lanyard cord at the pommel features a loud emergency whistle
  • 4.8-inch fine edge, drop-point blade for smooth, versatile cuts
  • Survival Whistle
  • Beefy drop-point tip and a full tang help ensure that the blade won't fail you, even after years of use and abuse
  • Built-in fire starter rod in watertight holderLanyard with loud emergency whistle
  • Pull-through carbide sharpener in sheath, for guaranteed sharpness
  • Hack up some firewood or delicately fillet a trout with the fine-edge, 4.8 in. blade; hard stainless steel resists corrosion and holds a sharp edge for a long time
  • Designed with input from Bear himself, this knife combines Gerber knife-making prowess with Bear's survival expertise into a multipurpose tool that may help you stay alive
  • 2 holes in the handle let you lash the knife to a stick to create a makeshift spear

The Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade combines Gerber’s decades of knife making experience with Bear Grylls’ survival skills to create a survival knife that’s everything you need and nothing more. It leaves clever to the other gear in your backpack because clever usually means fancy features and moving parts that can bend, break, jam or get lost when you need them most. Ask Bear Grylls or anyone who has survived a serious scrape in the outdoors and they will say your brain is your most important survival tool. Your attitude, instincts and knowledge of the back-country are what will keep you alive when everything else fails. But to put those instincts to work building a shelter, starting a fire or finding food, that brain needs a sharp, dependable knife.

Ultimate Pro fixed-blade knife that's a key part of the Bear Grylls survival series. Made of premium steel, the full-tang blade sports a razor-sharp, fine edge that cuts through the toughest materials. TPE-overmolded grip ensures a solid grasp wet or dry. Hardened pommel works well for tasks that require striking. Integral lashing holes for tying the knife to a pole for use as a spear. Survival whistle is attached to the handle for convenient use. Rugged sheath securely locks the knife in place and features a vertically mounted fire starter, and a carbide sharpener for edge maintenance in the field. Bear's Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide fits in the sheath as well. Imported.
Blade length: 4.8".
Overall length: 10".
Weight: 13.7 oz. with sheath.


It's true that the brain is your greatest survival tool, but it may need a device such as the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro fixed-blade knife to help you build a shelter, start a fire or find food.

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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Blade Edge:Non-Serrated
Blade Length:4.8 in / 12.2 cm
Blade Style:Drop Point
Blade material:9Cr19MoV stainless steel
Handle material:Thermoplastic elastomer overmold
Knife blade type:Straight edge
Lanyard ring:Yes
Length:Blade: 4.836" / 12.2cm Overall: 10.1" / 25.6cm
Locking Mechanism:Non-Locking
Material:Handle: TPE Overmold Blade: 9CRMoV Stainless Steel
Max blade length (in.):4.8 inches
Number of blades:1
Opening Style:Fixed Blade
Overall Length:10 in / 25.4 cm
Pocket Clip:No
Upc, Ean, Isbn:013658132689
Weight:(Including sheath) 13.7 ounces
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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great knife! Def worth it. But..

Okay, overall a great knife. In terms of quality I give it a 5/5. No doubt. Trained at Tom Brown's Tracker School, I have owned and handled many knives and this one def tops as one of my favorites.

That being said I have two issues. Nothing that changes that quality of the knife but my personal two cents.

My knife did not come sharp. I've been using the included sharpener, I've ran through it about 400 times and only the upper part of the blade will shave the hair off my arm. I'm pretty sure the factory didn't do a complete sharpening process. I searched the web and there are occasional complaints about Gerber blades coming out of factory like this. It's odd but there it is, my knife was not sharp.

Second, the orange needs to go. What's up with that? As a tracker this is def a minus. Let me wear orange so people can spot me. I don't want to come off as I'm trying to show off my knife.

Above two are my small complaints and here are more things I wish were diffrent.

Whistle. I think it's useless. It's not a good idea to put it on the tang of the knife if you are going to be throwing it for fun.

Belt loop is limited to one direction. I like to carry my blade side ways on my back. I need to get creative to get this task done.

The Velcro loop is a bit annoying. The blade seems to lock into the knife pretty well without the loop. I'm considering taking the velcro off.

I painted the orange part with black marker but it's coming off. :(

The full tang is sturdy, you can use the end like a hammer to crush rocks or use as a hammer. 100% awesome there. I love the full tang. Also the fire starter spits small flames like a tiny explosion. I love it. You can easily make fire in the rain with this.

The survival guide should not be taken too seriously. It's cute and fun, but if you are in a serious situation.. well. I don't think it will save a lot of lives. Who knows, maybe it will.

It's good to curve with and I love the small little finger space at the bottom of the blade.

Overall if it wasn't for the color I would give this awesome knife a 5 out of 5.
Cnyc31 at REI on 07/07/2013

Great Knife!

Within a week of owning this knife I was putting it to good use getting a group of us out of a slight jam....we often explore "critter trails" when running in the woods (way off the beaten path) and one of them led us (after a few miles of running) straight into a formidable dead-end...the knife was useful for hacking our way (through Blackberry tangles) up the ridge to another trail...and on we went...I love the weight...a lighter knife would not have been as effective at cutting (one handed) lightweight blackberry as heck too. I custom mounted it (handle down) to my heavy duty camelback so that I can use it in case any of the known animals in the area (cougar & etc.) decide to have us for lunch...the last thing I expected to do was extricate us from Blackberry bushes...but it works.
Forestrunner at REI on 04/04/2013


This knife is sweet.

This is exactly what I wanted to carry in the backcountry. It feels great on my belt, it has a very low profile fit against your leg. The overall construction of every piece is solid. Great sheath, great knife, and it comes with some good features...
The knife comes very sharp, the sharpener works great, the pommel can take a beating, the whistle is extremely loud, and the fire steel spits flames.
In the backcountry I wear a Dakine Heli Pack 11L and there seems to be a pocket that fits this knife perfectly!

Overall, very happy with purchase and I recommend it!

PS: The black and orange color scheme is very sharp too.
EJD at REI on 05/05/2013

Great Knife

This is actually a really good knife, I have watched a lot of video reviews and it has performed really well. This is also a huge leap forward from the previous version. The steel is improved and the full-tang adds a lot to its durability and toughness. I haven't gotten mine out in the field much yet but so far I am very impressed. The price is a bit steep but deals can be found.
koda77 at Cabelas on 05/18/2013

very solid knife

very good value for money. solid construction should take a beating very happy. was worried about flint wearing down but gerber sent me an extra one
monkey1 at Cabelas on 09/26/2013

Negative Reviews:

Ugly knife and the blade nicks easily

I almost did not purchase this knife because it looks so ugly in the pictures. All that orange with logos for BG and Gerber all over the place. They should pay us for displaying their logos.

I did buy it. It's even uglier in person. Logos everywhere. Never took it camping or hunting, just whittled some tent stakes and whacked a couple of twigs in the back yard to get a feel for it. The blade was nicked just cutting some weak ash branches.

I took it back. I liked the featu8re of having a firestarter, but the knife was unreliable. And it's ugly.

I am a customer, not an ad for Bear Grylis and Gerber.
bongo420 at REI on 10/10/2013