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We can think of about 600 reasons why this much-applauded multi-tool belongs on your belt. But don't worry, well just stick to the most important ones here. Like profound versatility, for example. And fail safe performance. And a level of rock-solid design and construction that pleases the eye and satisfies the soul.
It all begins with high quality stainless steel. Then we incorporated Gerber's patented one-handed opening pliers. Top that off with our patented replaceable tungsten carbide wire cutters. When the cutters become dull or misshapen simply rotate the tungsten carbide cutters 120-degrees, and you've got yourself a good-as-new wire cutter. After three rotations, the entire cutter can be replaced.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more rugged or more fearless multi-tool out there. But go ahead and look around a bit. See what you think. Then come on back to Gerber and pick the Multi-Plier 600 that truly suits your needs. We're building plenty.
Components of the Gerber MP600 Multi Plier 600 Bluntnose with Tool Kit
- Bluntnose pliers
- Replaceable tungsten carbide insert cutters
- Wire crimper
- Fine edge knife
- Serrated knife
- Tool kit
- Lanyard ring
- Can opener & bottle opener
Features of the Gerber MP600 Multi Plier 600 Bluntnose with Tool Kit
- One-handed opening pliers
- Tungsten carbide insert cutters
- Ballistic nylon sheath
- Patented Sat.T.Plus locking system
My most important travel companion (apart from myBy: Kit Hauptmann on 25 May 2018I had to purchase another Gerber multi 600. Why? Because in my rush to leave Borneo I left it in my back-pack carry on luggage. You guessed it. Lost it going through the security gates. These are a great tool. In Borneo used it to access a travellers luggage by using the file to remove the locks from their luggage after they lost their keys. Their hero. In France fixed a motor bike that drove into the side of my car (not his hero because he said it was my fault). In Calabria (believe this or not) fixed a helicopter that had landed at a back-packer pensione after checking power lines and would not start the next morning. Noticed a lose battery terminal as we all stood around it. Used the pliers to tighten the clamp bolt. I was their hero for the five minutes they took to take off and disappear into the mountains.