Gerber Freescape Camp Saw

Gerber Freescape Camp Saw


The Gerber Freescape Camp Saw features an innovative design that allows the saw to fold up flat while remaining completely assembled and without threat of lost parts.


  • Folds Down Flat Without Removal Of Parts
  • Accepts Standard 12" Saw Blade
  • Rubber Overmold Grip
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 It utilizes 4 pivot points to effectively cut larger diameter wood while using the full length of the blade. When folded up, the blade is protected and can be stowed safely in a gear kit or camp bin.

Bright Accents for Quick Visual ID
Its bright green accents along the black rubber surface make it easy to spot in the shuffle of camp gear. The grippy rubber Freescape textured handle stays firmly in the hand no matter the conditions. Replace the saw's standard 12" blade easily if required.


  • Innovative design
  • Four pivot points to maximize usable cutting area



Notable Specifications:


  • Open dimension: 14.5" x 7.0 x 1.1" (36.8 x 17.8 x 2.8 cm)
  • Closed dimension: 13.8" x 1.8" x 1.1" (35.1 x 4.6 x 2.8 cm)
  • Blade length: 12" (30.5 cm)
  • Weight : 14.8 oz (420 g)
  • Handle material: Glass-filled nylon with overmold
  • Frame steel: 2Cr13
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Gerber Freescape Camp Saw 31-002820 Freescape Camp Saw
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