Gerber Center-Drive Plus Multi-Tool & Sheath
Gerber Center-Drive Plus Multi-Tool & Sheath
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Founded in 1939, Oregon-based Gerber has been creating reliable tools for all walks of life for nearly a century. The Center-Drive Plus multi-tool is no exception Read More

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RayF
23689
Nov 24, 2020
Raise your hand if: A) you already own a multi-tool and, B) have barely used one-tenth of the many tools it offers in the past twelve months.
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ww2patton
0
Nov 23, 2020
$25 premium for a scissors is a joke, and you lose the full serrated blade. Gerber what were you thinking?
RayF
23689
Feb 18, 2020
Was interested until I saw the last photo and realized I just don’t have enough tattoos for this tool.
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sblaydes
82
Feb 18, 2020
If you buy this, you get a gift certificate for a tattoo.
RayF
23689
Feb 19, 2020
That’s not an incentive. But I could always use another sharp, pointy thing to stick in my face...
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Shok
9
Feb 17, 2020
This is a terrible price for an awful tool. I got mine about a year ago for $59 with the bits and a nylon sheath. The pliers are worthless. They bend whenever you try to squeeze them onto something. Another shot at a failed product brought to you by Drop. The cons of the internet!
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PNWNative
349
Feb 17, 2020
You can get this from Home Depot for $93 (no shipping charge and includes sheath): https://www.homedepot.com/p/Gerber-Center-Drive-Multi-Tool-31-003073N/300814681
J.Ritchie
67
Feb 17, 2020
That one is the Center-Drive, not the Center-Drive Plus. It has a different blade style and no scissors. However, that is the one that I have, and I love it.
CJB007
50
Aug 8, 2019
I like Gerber.Have a few knives and the MP600.I looked at the center drive but bought a V-Nox Instead.Same Center Drive basically,but about 40 bucks Cheaper
sblaydes
82
Feb 18, 2020
I have an old MP400 Sport that has served me well. Terrible #2, but it still helps in a bind. Problem is, while I would like a new center drive Gerber multitool, the old one is still working too well to replace it.
wow a made in US Gerber! Bought one of their multitools at REI a few years ago and was dissapointed to see it was made in China. Lost it camping that summer. Didn't shed a tear. It was poorly crafted and not a very good design for your hands. But it looked cool!
Jlczl
94
Aug 3, 2019
I have this tool and I also have a Leatherman OHT. Both are top notch but this one deploys the pliers and slides back in with a much smoother action. The highlight of the tool which is the centered driver really does feel much better in use than any other multi tool driver. As far as other's comments, the serrated section of the blade is great for tougher cutting tasks like cutting thru rope or wire and works much better than if it were a smooth blade. And pinching? I'm not sure how that would happen but I have yet to get pinched while using it. I am a communications tech and it has worked wonderfully. It is a must on my person daily. As far as price, you're likely to find better deals if you look around. I got mine from Amazon Warehouse and I paid roughly $30 less.
tivasyk
80
Aug 2, 2019
imho, the main blade that's half serrated, half stright is not something you want, i'd say it's barely usable (i don't have this gerber, but i do have a letherman sceletool and that has a similar blade, and i wish oh how much it had a normal usable knife blade even if i had to sacrifice the serrated part entirely).
dehrk
4
Aug 2, 2019
Save your hand and get one of their folding multitools. This design is a recipe for getting pinched.
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