Gerber Diesel Multi-Plier

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Multi-tool that opens with the flick of the wrist with bigger, stronger tools. Patented Saf.T.Plus. Components: Needle-nose pliers, wire cutter, wire crimper, partially serrrated knife blade, cross point screwdriver, small, medium and large flat blade screwdrivers, can opener, bottle opener, file, saw and scissors. Stainless steel handle. Ballistic nylon sheath. Overall length: 6.61". Length closed: 4.92". Weight: 9 oz.

- Mountains Plus

The Gerber Diesel Multitool is tough, durable and loaded with features. With 13 useful tools, including large, powerful pliers equipped with a wire cutter/stripper, it has what you need when you need it. 100% stainless steel construction. Ballistic nylon sheath included. All tools lock into place for safety with the Saf.T.Plus system. 13 tools include: Heavy duty pliers with a wire cutter/stripper, partially serrated knife blade. Crosspoint screwdriver, small, medium and large flathead screwdrivers, can opener. Bottle opener, file, saw and scissors. One-handed "flick-of-the wrist" opening of pliers. Made in the USA.

- L.L.Bean

This is one of the biggest, toughest multi-tools that also features the ease and convenience of wrist-flick deployment. That's the story behind the Diesel Multi-Plier. We're talking about an industrial-strength tool here. The kind that pulls no punches and shrinks for no task...regardless of how tough it might be. The individual stainless steel tools are bigger than average, and more rugged than normal. And each one locks into place for maximum safety and security with the Saf.T.Plus system. Maybe you could get by with a lesser tool. But why run the risk of all the cussing and fuming when you can own the multi-tool that rules the road? Diesel. The one tool you need when you can only carry one tool.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Gerber Diesel Multi-Plier


The Gerber Diesel Multi-Plier is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 12, 2016 at L.L.Bean.

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