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Gerber Jukebox

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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Gerber Key Note

The best knife is the one you have on you, but sometimes your limited pocket space can make it hard to EDC a full-sized knife. To be sure, when there’s light utility work to be done like opening up packaging, your keys can sort of get the job done with a lot of coaxing. But you’ll miss having a real knife on you for that and any bigger task that comes your way. This year, Gerber provides a solution to this dilemma with their new Key Note knife, a stout workhorse folding knife with a miniature footprint that fits right on your keys, easily concealed.

In its fully-folded configuration, the Gerber Key Note looks like any other small key fob or RFID pass anyone might have on their keys these days. But with a small flick of the minute starter tab, the Key Note reveals a stout sub-1“ blade that gives you just enough cutting surface to get tasks done right. With a shape that’s a cross between a tanto blade and a chisel, the Key Note is made to pierce and lightly pry material as needed. And with easily-sharpened 5Cr stainless steel, you can touch it up after going through more than a few cardboard boxes in hand. When you’re done, you can close the knife up into the aluminum handle with one motion, as there’s no lock needed.

It isn’t until you’re missing the right tool for the job that you wish you brought one along. And the Gerber Key Note is a good piece of kit to place on your keys for when carrying a full-sized knife is out of the question. Because it’s so small and light, too, it’s worth keeping around as a backup everyday carry piece as well. Never go without a knife again, and pick up one of these unique and innovative Key Note knives today at the link below.

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Gerber Quadrant

When you think about a good utility knife for EDC you probably have a box cutter in mind, but actual folding knives can do the trick too. Take the Gerber Quadrant, with its utility-oriented design made for ease of use while still looking smart enough to work well in polite company. Plus, with a proper folding blade in hand you can tackle jobs too big for your run-of-the-mill replaceable utility knife to handle. And despite its utilitarian blade shape, the Quadrant looks sleek and modern enough to carry outside the workplace, too.

Unlike most utility knives, the Quadrant features a real 2.7“ long blade made of 7Cr17MoV stainless steel. It’s shaped into the ultra-useful sheepsfoot shape with a flat grind that makes it great for slicing and chopping. The blade geometry and the steel composition also make it easy to sharpen and maintain, something any knife that you put through the wringer regularly cutting boxes and other rough material will need. Because it has a frame lock built into the handle, the Quadrant won’t accidentally close on you if you’re a bit rough with it. Further distinguishing it from the run of the mill utility knife, the Quadrant opens cleanly with a flipper mechanism, which is faster and better than retractable safety mechanisms. When you’re done with the task at hand, the deep carry pocket clip allows for discreet tip-up carry.

Furthering the discretion of the blade is the fact that it just looks great in hand. This isn’t a strictly workman’s knife, it’s bordering on modern gent’s aesthetic territory. For example, you can choose between a smart-looking bamboo wood and G10 treatment, or go full on with the G10 scaling with a dual tone black and white colorway. Whichever one you pick, you’ll have a solid knife at an affordable price with the Gerber Quadrant in hand.

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Gerber Mullet

Managing a clean and functional keychain is hard enough, so if you're going to add a multi-tool into the mix, it'd better be worth carrying. It should add enough functionality without much bulk and still be convenient and easy to use. Gerber's iconic Shard one-piece tool ticked all those boxes, making it one of the most popular keychain essentials with EDCers. Their latest solid state tool, the Gerber Mullet, adds even more functionality with a total of 9 tools. Like its name suggests, it works hard and plays hard, channeling the iconic '80s 'do with its “business in the front, party in the back” design.

The Gerber Mullet boasts 9 tools throughout its one-piece body, all arranged in an ergonomic way with ease of use in mind. There’s a pry bar/nail puller/wire stripper at one end that has a scraper on its side. The prongs on the pry bar double as small and large flathead drivers in a pinch as well. Moving back towards the other side is a suspension clip that terminates in a 1/4” hex bit driver. Finally, there’s a bottle opener and 3D Phillips head screw driver at the end. With its slim profile, 3/4” width, and 0.7 oz weight, it's compact but still affords enough room to grip thanks to its 3” total length. You can carry the Mullet by using the included split ring attached to the hole in the center of the body or by using the belt loop portion to suspend the rest of your key setup.

At only ten bucks, the Gerber Mullet is an easy way to spruce up your keychain setup without breaking the bank. And thanks to its TSA-friendly bladeless design, you can carry it just about anywhere. Hit the link below to learn more about this little tool and pick one up for yourself in classic black or a stonewashed silver.

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Gerber Barbill Wallet

EDC is all about having what you need when you need it, but unless you think hard about your carry, chances are you end up with more in your pockets than you’d like. That’s especially true when it comes to your wallet. Every card slot and compartment is another chance to carry more than you need, when in reality you can get away with much less. Gerber's new Barbill minimalist wallet aims to be aims to be both slim and practical with its multifunctional plate-and-band design, and its low price point means you'll have more cash left to carry.

Most slim wallets aren’t cheap, but Gerber knows a thing or two about making quality gear for less than the competition. The Barbill wallet features a stainless steel frame that’s lightweight enough for EDC at 1.7 ounces, yet durable enough to crack open a bottle after a long day with its built-in cap lifter. If you’re one of those people that opens your wallet to find a handful of receipts staring back at you, you won’t have that problem here. This wallet has a max capacity of 7 cards, which is enough to carry what you need without over-stuffing it. There’s also an elastic band for bills so you can still visit your favorite cash-only spot for lunch.

Whether you’re looking to slim down or toughen up your wallet carry, the Gerber Barbill gets the job done. If you want to consolidate your cards and cash (and one of your dozen bottle openers) into something more pocketable without breaking the bank, this might be the wallet for you. You can grab one from Amazon at the link below.

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