Gerber Bear Grylls Compact Multi-Tool

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A handy multi-tool compact enough to fit in your pocket or on your keychain, the Gerber Bear Grylls Compact Multi-Tool helps outdoorsmen be ready for anything at anytime. Combining Gerber's knife making expertise with Bear Grylls' survival know-how into a performance survival tool, the Compact Multi-Tool gives you durable stainless steel construction and 10-in-1 tool versatility you can keep with you at all times. Includes: needlenose and regular pliers, full serrated blade, fine edge blade, Phillips screwdriver, 2 flat blade screwdrivers, wire cutters, bottle opener, and tweezers. Comes with a key ring and Priorities of Survival pocket guide. Overall length: 4.3''. Closed length: 2.5''. Weight: 3 oz.
Manufacturer model #: 31-000750.
Introducing the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series of gear. 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 1-of-a-kind line of knives, tools, and gear. At the age of 23, Bear Grylls entered the record books as the youngest Briton to have ever summited Mount Everest. From his time in the British Special Air Service (21 SAS), to hosting his survival television show all over the globe, to his position as UK Chief Scout, 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.


  • Compact and Lightweight - Fits on keychain or in pocket


  • The Gerber Bear Grylls Compact multitool comes with the Priorities of Survival pocket guide containing Bear's survival essentials


  • 1 straight-edge blade and 1 serrated blade offer great versatility for different kinds of cutting tasks
  • External placement of components allows easy access, even when the multitool is closed
  • External components and nail nicks for easy access
  • Stainless-steel blades, components and handle resist rust and stand up to rigorous outdoor use
  • Other components include needle nose pliers, wire cutters, Phillips screwdriver, small and medium standard screwdrivers, lanyard ring, bottle opener and tweezers

The Gerber Bear Grylls Compact Multi-Tool is only 4.3" long when open. It has 10 external components including two full size blades - fine edge and serrated edge. The complete list of all 10 components are needle nose pliers, small flathead screwdriver, wire cutters, medium flathead screwdriver, fine edge knife, serrated edge knife, lanyard ring, bottle opener, phillips screwdriver and tweezers. The compact size is ideal for placing on a keychain, or you can comfortably carry it in your pocket. Priorities of Survival pocket guide is included with every purchase.


The Gerber Bear Grylls Compact multitool features 2 full-size blades yet is still small enough to put on a keychain or slip in your pocket.


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The only compact multi-tool with two full size blades on it. The Compact Multi-tool is small enough for a keychain or pocket, yet packs a big punch when you need it most
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Blade material:Stainless steel
Bottle opener:Yes
Closed length:2.5 inches
Handle material:Stainless steel
Knife blade type:Straight edge / Serrated
Lanyard ring:Yes
Length:Open:4.3" / 109mm Closed: 2.5" / 63.5mm
Locking blade:No
Max blade length (in.):1.9 inches
Number of blades:2
Number of components:10
Opening style:Butterfly
Phillips screwdriver(s):Yes
Standard screwdriver(s):Yes
Weight:3oz / 85g
Wire cutter:Yes
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Gerber Bear Grylls Compact Multi-Tool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Decent for the Price

I can say it's not one of the best multitools i have, but it'll do the job for a decent price. First off the knife are good for slicing open packaging, cutting rope and some basic whittling. the serrated blade is not so good at sawing wood. Other tools range from useless to decent uses. it packs relatively well, and it serves well for a daypackers need. it fits snug in your pocket also. i would recommend this to a daypacker, although not for a serious camper.
bla bla camper at REI on 12/12/2013

My first multitool

This is my first Multitool. I use it all of the time cutting cord and frabric out in the field. to using the tweezers for removing splinters.

I like the size its perfect for day to day carry. It does not have a lot of tools as most of the bigger models but its enough to get you by.

The only thing that I would add is a lock for the blades but all in all great product.
shenlong at REI on 11/11/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not that great

I used this to whittle on some wood. The serrated blade wasn't that great at cutting through wood. Also the metal used for the other tools are made of soft metal. I tried using it to take a screw out and the metal bent on the multitool.
knottsa at REI on 10/10/2013

bottle opener is worthless

very compact, with good basic tool assortment; but, I bought it specifically for the bottle opener, which is all but useless. The attachment point (where it levers under the bottle cap) is a very narrow metal piece, so it does not catch the underside of the cap.
just1guy at REI on 11/11/2011

Not worth the Money

I bought this as a lightweight emergency tool. The first time I tried to use it the pliers broke. The tool will no longer close, either. It was a waste of time and money and let me down in the field.
waltham at REI on 07/07/2012