Gerber Center-Drive Multi-Tool w/ Bit Set & Belt Sheath 30-001194

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MSRP: $132.00
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  • Tools:14
  • Closed Length:4.625"
  • Thickness:0.78"
  • Color:Black, Gray
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Weight:9.94 oz.
  • Locking Blade:Yes
  • Sheath:Nylon
  • Brand:Gerber
  • Model:Center Drive
  • Model Number:30-001194
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Product Type:Multi-Tool


This Gerber Center-Drive Multi-Tool features 14 tools and comes equipped with an extra 12 piece tool bit set and a heavy duty nylon belt sheath. Gerber is breaking new ground with their latest Multi-Tool design, that offers the first ever center-axis bit driver for maximum torque and rotation. The innovative locking driver design makes the tool feel and function like a full size screwdriver. It also includes a large locking knife blade, slide out pliers, and a host of other full size tools. A sliding tool lock secures the tools in place for safe use. Get a pocket sized tool box with the Gerber Center-Drive Multi-Tool.

  • Needle Nose Pliers with X-Channel Rail System
  • Standard Pliers
  • Rotatable Carbide Wire Cutters
  • Sheepsfoot Knife Blade
  • Locking Center Axis Driver
  • Magnetic Bit Driver Tip
  • Extra Bit Holder with Flathead Bit
  • Ruler (in/cm)
  • Bottle Opener
  • Prybar
  • Nail Puller
  • Awl
  • Fine/Coarse File
  • Serrated Blade

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Best Multitool I own
Anders S.
I've had the centerdrive for a couple of months now and I can say it's the best multitool I've ever bought. The full sized screwdriver is my easily favorite feature, it's no nonsense down to buisness. Gerber really hit the nail on the head with this one, they picked the 3 things people use most on a multitool and put them right in the outside of the tool. My only small complaints were there were some sharp edges on the tool so it made it uncomfortable in hand but a couple minutes with a fine file solved that issue right up. I'd recommend the centerdrive any day hands down