Gerber Bear Grylls Scout

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Gerber Bear Grylls Scout
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Color: Black / Orange
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Gerber Bear Grylls Scout -

Bear Grylls and Gerber designed the Scout with scouting in mind. The Scout draws on Bear's experience as Chief UK Scout and survival training to give you the perfect knife that fits your needs whether it is scouting, or camping and fishing. With the half serrated High Carbon Stainless Steel blade and lightweight ergonomic design it will effortlessly cut anything you need it to.

Waistband:

  • Sturdy clip makes it easy to carry the knife on a pocket, belt or waistband

Traction and Grip:

  • Ergonomic, textured-rubber grip maximizes comfort and minimizes slippage

Pockets:

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

Manufactured:

  • Partially-serrated blade is made of high carbon stainless steel that offers great edge retention and rope-cutting ability

Features:

  • Dual-Sided Thumb Stud - For easy single-hand opening
  • Lock Back feature locks the blade securely in place when open and enhances safety when closing
  • Thin and Lightweight Folding Knife
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The Gerber Bear Grylls Scout knife is designed with scouting in mind. It draws on Bear's experience as a Chief UK Scout and figurehead to millions of Scouts worldwide.

Please Note: This product is not able to be shipped to addresses in New York.

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Designed with scouting in mind, the Scout draws on Bear’s experience as Chief UK Scout and figurehead to 28 million Scouts worldwide.
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Activity:Camping
Blade Edge:Serrated
Blade Length:3.24 in / 8.3 cm
Blade Style:Drop Point
Blade material:High carbon stainless steel
Closed Length:4 in / 10.16 cm
Handle Material:Textured rubber grip
Knife blade type:Partially serrated
Locking Mechanism:Back Lock
Locking blade:Yes
Max blade length (in.):3.6 inches
Number of blades:1
One-handed opening:Yes
Opening Style:Thumb Stub
Overall Length:7.3 in / 18.5 cm
Pocket Clip:Yes
Upc, Ean, Isbn:013658120297
Weight:2.54 oz / 72 g
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Gerber Bear Grylls Scout Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great knife for the price

Being a big knife knut, I was skeptical about this knife because I have been hearing some not so great things about Gerber lately. Also, the fact that this knife is endorsed by BG also created a lot of disinterest as it seemed like a cheap gimmick. Not knowing or caring anything about Bear, his name or initials on the knife made about as much difference to me as the name Gerber being printed on there. I was looking for a very lightweight, durable, cheap folder that I could use on short hikes. This knife fit the bill amazingly well. I find that i use it as my every day carry knife about three or four times a week. I only recently had to sharpen it, and it took an edge very quickly.

I'm not a fan of knives that are tip-down carry only, but I've gotten used to it with this knife. Also, the rubber on the handle does make the knife tough to quickly get out of the pocket. If you are looking for a quick reacting knife, this isn't it. However, for my purposes, this knife is exactly what I was looking for. I even love the orange color.
Not Only But Also Pete at REI on 07/07/2011

Great Knife for Scouts

I bought this knife for my son to take to scout camp. He didn't think it was that great until he got to camp and quickly learned his knife rocked! He used it to complete his projects for the woodcarving merit badge. It was plenty sharp and he was able to use the serrated edge to hog out material. Because the blade has a serrated edge, the boys can't easily sharpen it, which is one thing they love to do at camp. The blade is a little longer than I think a young boy scout needs to be carrying around. But it worked out great.
UtahBackpacker at REI on 10/10/2011

Great Knife

Recently, I bought this knife. It has been a great helping hand, and always seems to get the job done. A scout of mine said his was fantastic. It always comes through for him. I went ahead and bought one for myself. Mine is smooth and works great. The belt clip works great after a little use. This is a great knife to have to do the usual stuff with.
immaeatyouboy at REI on 04/04/2012

Enough knife for a scout

I have read all the reviews, and I think this knife is perfect for a Boy scout or for anyone that wants a light weight folder, the blade on mine was and is very sharp, the handle is a little on the cheap side, this knife is no Coldsteel recon 1 or benchmade knife, the price reflects that, but it will get the job done!!
irishking at REI on 01/01/2012

Best knife ever!!!!!!!!!

I have been a boy scout for 7 years and I have never had a knife as good as this one I use it all the time along with doing scouts I also work on a farm and the knife helps me so much also I grew up on farm so I no dummy when it comes knifes!!!!!!
axscout at REI on 03/03/2012

Good little knife

Great knife for cutting thick rope, flint striking will give you a shower of sparks. Lightweight, and durable. I've used Gerber blades in the past and wasn't too impressed, but this one seems to be holding up fine.
Rockhopper48 at REI on 04/04/2011

sharp and compact

Great knife. sharp and compact . feels great in hand. used on camping trips and Bush walks. ( Hikes) .

Good grip, solid lock.

be great if it came in a sheath .
Mk2 at REI on 10/10/2011

Good knife

I just got this knife and it appears to be good. It was really sharp when I got it. The only downside was that it is half and half
Hiker boy at REI on 11/11/2013

Negative Reviews:

Doesn't hold an edge

I regret buying this knife. I bought this "survival" knife as a gift for my son but did not give it to him when I discovered that the steel did not hold an edge compared to my old Gerber knives. After a little use the edge was wavy and dull. It also looks and feels cheesy. The orange is not hunter orange. It is a washed out color like a cheap plastic toy that bleached in the sun. The serrations are so deep that they make that part of the knife useless for anything other than cutting heavy rope . Gerber implies that this is a Boy Scout knife. I have been a scout and a scout leader and I would never recommend this knife to a scout. It looks and feels cheap because it is.
popo at REI on 11/11/2011

Big and hard to handle

I am a 6 foot tall female and have good sized hand but this knife seems like it was made for HUGE HANDS I have problems open and closing with one hand. It is ackward when compared with the Benchmade Mini-griptilian
elleknows at REI on 02/02/2013