Gerber® Compact Sport™ Multi-Plier® 400
Unmatched for strength, durability and ease of use, the Gerber® Compact Sport Multi-Plier® 400 offers the same functionality and rugged performance characteristics of its big brother, the 600 series, in a compact and lightweight package. One of Gerber's most popular multi-tools, the Compact Sport Multi-Plier 400 offers easy flick of the wrist, one-handed opening and Gerber's Saf.T.Plus locking system for superior user safety. Lightweight, 6.8 oz multi-tool features durable stainless steel construction and a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty. The 400 features: needlenose pliers, serrated knife, Phillips screwdriver, file, can/bottle opener, Fiskars® scissors, wire cutter, wire crimper, and 3 sizes of flat blade screwdrivers. Ballistic nylon sheath included. Overall Length: 5.63" Closed Length: 4.37" Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 05500.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak LONG LASTING i have the very first version of this pliers and i have had them since 2001 or 2002 and they still are in great condition!! i have abused them for years and they just wont break! if they got lost then i would go strait to bass pro and get me another one! January 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by chris1212 gerber I like the easy flick opening..alittle smaller than the picture shows but work great for camping / fishing June 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigmike9563 great tool i use this tool every day and it works great. i use it to everything form working on cars to fixing small things around the house. its a great buy. November 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lennny Better than Leatherman Have used mine everyday for around 7 years. Hard use. They work even better when "broke in". True one hand opening. I bought a spare set after carrying these for 6 months just in case I lost a set, thats how handy they are. Cut thousands of .035 welding wire pieces, still cut great. Have used to cut barb wire. Small and light enough to just carry in your pocket- dont need the bulky belt pouch, its just to show off anyway- like a chain drive wallet October 22, 2010