The GDC Gerber Daily Carry line, is all about tools that integrate easily into your lifestyle and the GDC Zip Blade is designed to do just that. This light but tough fine edge utility blade includes a fob for attachment to the zipper of a backpack, seat bag, or coat. The quick-release clip allows for the tool to be easily removed and reattached, and the blade features a frame lock for safety. Having this tool on your pack will get you out of more jams that youll be able to count, and even when its not in use it just looks good.
Excellent quality straight edge/Wharncliffe blade. Cutting boxes should be like a hot knife to butter with this one. Leg hair tested- it's razor sharp. Throw it on a Lansky and it'll be ready to go in mere minutes. Just need to test the ergonomics. I removed any and all plastic components with a mini ulltilify knife. Defeats the purpose? Maybe. I prefer it on my keychain. Gerber blades can be hit and miss for me. This one's a bullseye.
I work in stock at a ski store and this little blade slices boxes and the fact that the blade is thick makes a amazing prying blade
This is a super handy, inconspicuous blade that won't scare anybody. It takes up little to no space and looks entirely unintimidating even to non-knife people. It comes with a working utility edge and the blade itself is beefy enough to handle small cutting chores.
An awesome compact replacement to my work utility knife.
Sharp, stylish and a great little knife. Opening it is a bit of an issue (nail breaker) but overall this thing is great! Would recommend to anyone. Fast shipping and couldn't ask for more.
As cool as this looks, I hated mine. After none of my friends wanted mine, I just threw it in the trash. The "bent metal" lock is so stiff that it would easily break your fingernail if you weren't careful. The edge was as if someone just took it to the bench grinder and called it finished. The loop is so long and the knife heavy enough that it is pretty awful as a zipper-pull. Save your twelve bucks and pass on this shoddy import.