Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ryno77 Bang for the buck
Great knife for the price!
Wanted the LMF2 but found this to be an acceptable compromise for what I intend it's use for. Has similar feature but the selling point was the firesteel and the sheath.
If you are looking for a great back up or primary knife to use hunting, bushcraft, or camping then look no further.
Hope this helps
July 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Impressive
I was skeptical of this with Bear Grylls name on it, thought Gerber would just make it and slap his name on it. I was wrong, being that Gerber is a great knife anyway, adding Bears name only made it better since I can only assume Bear helped with the design. I bought 2, one for my son and one for me, his came out of the package with a really nice edge, super sharp, mine was dull. But I think this may be on purpose from Gerber to try and avoid some fool taking it straight out of the box and slicing a finger off. I can agree with that logic, I can sharpen it myself. Overall tho, it is a super knife and of very high quality. I am thinking of getting another one to put up for emergencies and also looking into the Gerber machete! Also like the survival tip leaflet it comes with! Highly recommend this!
May 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by wanewane may be expensev but great nife
I am a verry big fan of bear but he did not just go slaping his name on it he workt verry hard on it
March 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassyMaGee Better than expected
I was very leery of this knife only because of the Bear Grylls name stamped all over it. I'm a fan of ol' BG, but don't like celebrity endorsed products. That being said...
This knife is great. Feels solid, nice balance, and the blade is thick. It seems like a bit much with all the "extras", but the whistle is loud and no bigger than a knot would be on the rope. The hammer head has been pretty sturdy so far (I'm not building with it and try not to use it unless necessary). The sharpener is decent at home, but phenomenal to have out in the woods. The 'firestarter' throws big sparks. The survival guide could help you signal for help & lays out pretty standard survival tips, but could be useful to a novice.
My only issue is the sheath. It would be fine without the canvas backing. The plastic itself is awesome, it locks the knife in without worry, no need to strap it in. Unfortunately, it does not have any way to attach it to a belt or even a clip. When you unstrap it to get to the sharpener, you can see how unnecessary the canvas is aside from providing belt loops (which are too small anyway)
December 5, 2011