Gerber® FliK Multi-Tool
The Gerber FliK delivers industrial strength and professional grade functionality within a compact design meant for everyday use. The patented Saf.T.Plus™ locking system assures tool components stay in place while in use. Handle Material: Stainless steel. Overall Length: 5.8". Length Closed: 4.4". Color: Silver.
Manufacturer model #: 1054.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bonzeye182 good multi tool I got it to replace my other multi tool. Its a good tool to have around. The blades are sharp. except for the saw, I with that was a little sharper. I like how the nose of the serated blade is dulled for rescue jobs. Like if rope was ever tied around someones neck you could save that person with this. the pliers have a tiny bit of play in them, normaly this would bother me but the pliers are built in there so well that it doesnt bother me there is no way they are going to come out or break or anything, if you handled it, youd see what im talking bout. With the way its designed theres play but its still very well built. overall pretty good tool. I like it. November 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by KennyO Very Happy I have owned a Gerber multi tool for 15 years and decided to hand down the old one to one of my kids and try a new one. I like the feel of the new one, as well how the blades on the Flik lock. I used the old Gerber for everything from fishing to mechanics and this new one has been used allot already. I have allways been a fan of the one hand opening. October 21, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Peter318 Great This is a very sturdy multi tool with tons of stuff on it. It is solid and the knifes and other tools lock into place easily. it can be difficult to get out the phillips head screw driver but besides that it is a great tool. October 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Naturalist Great Idea For A Purchase I bought the Flik multi tool and was amazed on how much I do depend on it at work. It's small and easy to carry as well contains all the tools that I use on a daily basis. It sure does beat carrying around screwdrivers and a set of pliers! July 22, 2010