Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge
Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge

Bear Grylls Gerber Ultimate Knife - Serrated Edge

Product Ref: 02656.   Military Style - New
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Further Information
  • Half-serrated high carbon stainless steel drop point blade - ideal for edge retention and cutting rope
  • Ergonomic textured rubber grip maximizes comfort and reduces slippage
  • Stainless steel pommel at base of handle for hammering
  • Emergency whistle integrated into lanyard cord
  • Lightweight, military-grade, mildew resistant nylon sheath
  • Ferrocerium rod fire starter which locks into sheath; striker notch incorporated into back of knife blade
  • Diamond sharpener integrated into sheath for on-the-go sharpening
  • Priorities of Survival pocket guide containing Bear's survival essentials
  • Land to air rescue instructions
  • Overall length: 254mm
  • Blade length: 122mm
  • Weight (with sheath): 390g
  • Weight (no sheath): 245g
The Ultimate Knife is the pinnacle of Gerber's Bear Grylls Survival Series. Intricately designed by Gerber and Bear, it's loaded with innovations that won't be found in any other fixed blade knife. Like everything in the Survival Series, it also includes Bear's Priorities of Survival pocket guide. Super useful in the wild, it offers a vital edge to any survivor.
Bear says: "A super grippy handle is essential in the wild. A rugged sheath keeps your knife at the ready. Hopefully you never need my Priorities of Survival, but if you do, it will be there for you when you need it most."
The Bear Grylls Gerber Survival Series brings together Gerber's over 70 years of knife and gear expertise with Bear Grylls' extensive outdoor survival and adventure experience to create a one-of-a-kind line of knives, tools and gear. From his time in the British SAS, to scaling Mount Everest, to hosting his survival television show all over the globe, Bear knows what it takes to be a survivor in extreme situations. Each item in the Survival Series is meticulously designed by Gerber and Bear to offer a multitude of uses in any environment. Each item also comes with Bear's "Priorities of Survival" pocket guide with essential survival information.
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Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Don't let the BG tag fool you
I was hesitant about buying this knife after reading of some problems with the initial batch. Those problems appear to have been fixed by Gerber and this is now a good, practical outdoors piece. Blade is nice and thick and batons wood well, although mine arrived dull. The whistle is a handy little thing to have but don't rely on it as a life-saver, it's more gimmicky than practical. Good sheath and the firestarter rod is a nice addition, as is the sharpening stone attached to the sheath. I wasn't sure I'd like the colour but I can see why it's useful in the field, since it's easy to find if you put it down.
Pros: Comes with 'survival' sheet, Pommel doubles as hammer, Firestarter, Good-sized blade, Comfortable grip
Cons: Unnecessarily long serrated edge, Arrived dull, Few sheath-wearing options
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Billy M in Liverpool, UK

Good quality knife
I was a bit sceptical about a celebrity-endorsed knife, but as it is made by Gerber I decided to give it a try. I wasn't disappointed. It has a quality feel to it, a good weight and the blade cuts well. Factor in the survival features and this is a knife well worth the money.
Pros: Strong handle, Good weight
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Jon in W.Mids