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Gerber Legend Multi-Plier 800

Gerber Legend Multi-Plier 800

Description

The Gerber Legend Multi-Plier 800 is a versatile tool with multiple components.

Features

  • Ballistic nylon sheath is included
  • Contoured aluminum handles with rubber inserts for grip
  • Tungsten carbide wire cutting blades are replaceable
List Price
$144.16
Your Price
$85.81
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Details

If you've ever wondered about the stuff that legends are made of, you'd do well to start with stellar stainless steel...such as you'll find in the hardware of the Legend. Consider, too, the contoured aluminum that goes into the handles. And the tactile rubber inserts that insure your steady grip.

These are the primary elements of what is generally considered to be the ultimate expression of the Gerber multi-tool. Being versatile wasnt enough for the guys who designed these tools. No, they worked hard to deliver a level of ergonomics and comfort that is rarely, if ever, seen.

The pliers are spring-loaded, as you'd expect. The ballistic nylon sheath is included, which is no surprise. However the tungsten carbide wire cutting blades are replaceable, which you might not expect.

  • Contoured aluminum handles with rubber inserts for grip
  • Patented Saf.T.Plus
  • Includes Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Components:
    • needlenose pliers with indexable, replaceable carbide cutters
    • fine edge knife
    • Fiskars scissors
    • cross point screwdriver
    • small, medium and large flat blade screwdrivers
    • bottle opener and file
Notable Specifications:
  • Closed Length: 4.25"- 4.29" 
  • Weight: 9.8 oz. 
  • Handle Material: Aluminum with Rubber Inserts
  • Sheath Material: Ballistic nylon 
  • Pliers Type: Needlenose 
  • Handle Color: Champagne
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Gerber Legend Multi-Plier 800 48239 Legend multi-plier 800, 6.57"
$85.81
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