Everyday Carry

Gerber Jukebox

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Jonathan Tayag
Gerber Jukebox

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When a knife is as sharp as a razor, you know it’s a good choice for everyday carry. But very few knives in this category actually look like old-school razors, and that’s a shame. The design of razors of old had a lot of class, and their utility went far beyond the everyday close shave. But don’t fret, if you’re looking for an everyday carry knife that evokes the aesthetics of an old time razor blade, you’re in luck. The new Gerber Jukebox plays off the style of an old folding razor, with a manual opening and razor utility blade. But it’s not all ancient throwback design: the Jukebox also contains some quality of life features that make it an immensely practical knife to carry around in the present day.

Like some of the razor blades of old, the Gerber Jukebox contains an extended tang on the blade which allows for an easy one-handed opening. Unlike the razor blades of old, the Jukebox has a liner lock mechanism built into the handle, that holds the 2.7“ 7Cr17MoV blade in place when things get a little rough. The utility blade shape makes it good for chopping and slicing, and the steel composition makes it easy to maintain after you cut through a bunch of cardboard boxes with it. When you’re done with the blade, close it up and admire the gorgeous acrylic scaling on the handle that evokes that classic tortoiseshell aesthetic, and then slip it into your pockets discreetly with its tip-up deep carry pocket clip.

With the Gerber Jukebox in hand, you’ll have a heritage EDC tool that’s both good-looking and highly-capable. It’s a great option if you’re looking for a classic gent’s knife, and with its lock and steel it’ll actually perform better than most. Check out the details today and pick one up at the link below.

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Jonathan Tayag

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About the Author
Jonathan Tayag is secretly an information technology and corporate security expert who prefers to moonlight as a creative event and commercial photographer whenever possible. His varied experience and substantial travels have led him to seek, without even thinking about it at first, the best gear for the best use at the best price available. Before the concept of EDC (everyday carry) firmly took hold, Jonathan already spent untold amounts of time optimizing for the best-in-slot pieces of gear, from cameras and lenses to pocket knives, pens, and bags and packs. In November 2015, Jonathan joined EverydayCarry.com and has since written numerous articles and guides to help impart his knowledge to the community as a whole.

Jonathan's photographic works have appeared on numerous online websites, print, video, and television outlets for over a decade. Jonathan's previous clients include Blizzard Entertainment, Red Bull, ESL, Razer, and several other endemic and non-endemic esports sponsors and brands. His work also features heavily in online competitive gaming communities, especially those of the StarCraft and Fighting Game genres. You've likely seen his work if you've spent time in a stream or in-game chat over the years.

Discussion (1 total)

Nic Rubio ·
Clip is tip down, not tip up.

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