Gerber Suspension Multi Plier Tool £21.07 delivered - Sold by Hi-Fidelity and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Gerber Suspension Multi Plier Tool £21.07 delivered - Sold by Hi-Fidelity and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 14th Dec 2013
I have bought two bear grylls ultimate multi tools in the past couple of weeks and have been really impressed by the quality. Was looking for a third for my other car and came across the suspension, basically the same tools but £8 cheaper and virtually 1/2 the price of anywhere else.
The bear grylls suspension multi-tool has great reviews, and for the price it will be hard to beat.
If you don't want to order from the third party seller, order from amazon for £21.26.
This would make a great Christmas present, a quality tool.

Stainless steel multi-tool with spring-loaded pliers held safely with patented Saf.T.Plus locking system.
Supplied with ballistic nylon sheath.
Rust-Resistant13 ToolsProduct contents:
Needlenose spring-loaded pliers, wire cutters, wire stripper, fine edge blade, serrated blade, small screwdriver, medium screwdriver, crosshead screwdriver, saw, can opener, bottle opener, Fiskars scissors and lanyard ring.
Specifications:
Closed length: 120mm (4¾"). Weight: 278g (10oz).

Details & Features:
12 Tools -
- Needlenose pliers (spring loaded)
- 'V-Cut' wire cutters
- Scissors
- Fine edge knife
- Serrated knife
- Saw
- Phillips screwdriver
- Small flat screwdriver
- Medium flat screwdriver
- Bottle opener
- Can opener
- Lanyard ring
Features -
- Flick of the wrist, one hand opening pliers (patented)
- Saf.T.Plus (patented)
- Fully locking components
- Open frame design
- Ti-Nitride finish
- Anodised aluminium handle
- Stainless steel construction
- Ballistic nylon sheath
Size & Weight -
- Knife blade length: 2" | 5.1cm
- Overall length: 6.5" | 16.5cm
- Closed length: 4" | 10.2cm
- Weight: 9.6oz | 272.1g
Additional Information -
- Pliers type: needlenose
- Handle material: stainless steel
- Handle finish: anodised aluminium

20 Comments

Remember this is NOT legal to carry in the UK.

"The maximum penalty for an adult carrying a knife is 4 years in prison and a fine of £5,000."

This is if you're caught without a good reason to be carrying it

Good for around the home/garden though.

Bought one of these few months back for £18 or so. Used it many times at work to open boxes and do fiddly odd jobs around the house and such. Great bit of kit

thralll

Remember this is NOT legal to carry in the UK. "The maximum penalty for … Remember this is NOT legal to carry in the UK. "The maximum penalty for an adult carrying a knife is 4 years in prison and a fine of £5,000."This is if you're caught without a good reason to be carrying itGood for around the home/garden though.



Very easy to remove the locking mechanism, it is then street legal

Original Poster

I carry a small tool kit in my cars, in the under floor pocket, consisting of items such as bulbs, screwdrivers, stanley knife, insulation tape, duct tape, cable ties, pliers, vice grips and a coupe of spanners. So I think it would be reasonable to have this in the kit, it is not carried on my person, nor is it immediately accessible.
I carry the Gerber Ultimate in my works bag with similar tools, again I think reasonable, as I am a HGV driver and regularly need basic tools to keep me moving, better than waiting a couple of hour at the side of a road.

Geemac

Very easy to remove the locking mechanism, it is then street legal



I thought so as well, I actually popped into my local police station and got told a modified knife does not count. It has to be manufactured that way otherwise it could land you a fine. This took over 2 weeks to contact the appropriate people so its not just an opinion of the officer I talked to.

No idea why because a knife without a lock is a knife without a lock.....

Sucks because I want to carry my Leatherman but I don't want fines/prison.

cheekytrucker

I carry a small tool kit in my cars, in the under floor pocket, … I carry a small tool kit in my cars, in the under floor pocket, consisting of items such as bulbs, screwdrivers, stanley knife, insulation tape, duct tape, cable ties, pliers, vice grips and a coupe of spanners. So I think it would be reasonable to have this in the kit, it is not carried on my person, nor is it immediately accessible.I carry the Gerber Ultimate in my works bag with similar tools, again I think reasonable, as I am a HGV driver and regularly need basic tools to keep me moving, better than waiting a couple of hour at the side of a road.



Its 100% legal to carry this if you have a reason to. Carrying it for job is perfectly legal. The no carry law is for people who carry this in their pocket/belt through town while shopping on a saturday....no reason to have it.

I never leave the house without my leatherman, been in my bag for about 5 years now, are you saying if I was searched in the street I could go to prison for it?

I got arrested once for having a small lock knife in with my fishing gear so I wouldn't risk it.

stgeorge

I got arrested once for having a small lock knife in with my fishing gear … I got arrested once for having a small lock knife in with my fishing gear so I wouldn't risk it.



that's quite sad, i bet that copper sleeps very well at night know that he's fighting crime well

Been carryinga Leatherman in work bag for 20 years now. Before 911 I took it on planes many times. TWICE it was found by security and they allowed me to take it on the plane with no problem whatsoever.

thralll

I thought so as well, I actually popped into my local police station and … I thought so as well, I actually popped into my local police station and got told a modified knife does not count. It has to be manufactured that way otherwise it could land you a fine. This took over 2 weeks to contact the appropriate people so its not just an opinion of the officer I talked to.No idea why because a knife without a lock is a knife without a lock.....Sucks because I want to carry my Leatherman but I don't want fines/prison.



Thanks for the clarification, did you modify your Leatherman if so how did you do it?

dadazza

I never leave the house without my leatherman, been in my bag for about 5 … I never leave the house without my leatherman, been in my bag for about 5 years now, are you saying if I was searched in the street I could go to prison for it?



If it has a locking knife then yes. You can legally carry a leatherman around if its non locking and has a blade under 3".

I would challenge any 'verbal hearsay' concerning the illegality of a a non-locking knife, based on the original design mechanism.

gov.uk/fin…ife

I use a knife everyday at work.
I don't take the knife out in public.
I would never take a knife into a Pub.

I don't live in fear of the media and 'knife crime' anxieties.


COCO

Great find, bought for my bf who is a copper and will love it lol

Original Poster

Tell them to be careful or they will have to arrest themselves ;-)

blackster

that's quite sad, i bet that copper sleeps very well at night know that … that's quite sad, i bet that copper sleeps very well at night know that he's fighting crime well



I was teenager at the time so I probably gave him a load of mouth as well tbh. I now take a small pair of scissors with me lol.

I got small Swiss Army knife on my key ring all the time. Is it legal?

Mine is something like this. amazon.co.uk/Vic…url

fullmoon

I got small Swiss Army knife on my key ring all the time. Is it legal? … I got small Swiss Army knife on my key ring all the time. Is it legal? Mine is something like this. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Victorinox-0-6123-Army-Knife-Escort/dp/B0001P14Z4/ref=tag_stp_s2_edpp_url



Yes thats 100% legal. Its only illegal if the blade locks in place.....no idea why this is as a non locking blade could easily slice a throat or stab a chest....very wierd law.

mine arrived today gotta say the Bear grylls in the titele is a tad cheeky as the actual iten sent isn't branded as such but its still a good deal.

Ah, the legendary Bear Grylls "Izza" Tool.....
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