Some people keep an extra key hidden under a rock in case they get home and find their keychain missing. But Gerber's come up with a more entertaining solution, especially if you're getting home from work feeling stressed. The Ding Dong Breaching Tool is actually designed for law enforcement who need to break down…
Fix anything, anywhere. That's the multitool promise, but buying the wrong one can leave you stranded. Here's how to get the right one, the first time.
The rat race is a war fought on domestic soil, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. And those of you who bravely march into corporate America every morning need to ensure you're properly equipped for your nine-to-five battle. A shiny pair of wingtips and a brown bag lunch will only get you to the front lines. For…
Gerber's long been a name associated with those big multitools you carry in a nylon pouch on your belt. But as the company works to expand its brand, it's started to think on a smaller scale with its new Gerber Daily Carry—or GDC—tools.
Call it paranoia if you want, but when the end of the world comes due to zombies, aliens, severe weather, asteroids, or Black Friday stampedes, you're going to want to be ready and waiting with your trusty bug-out bag. If you don't have one already, the new Gerber Go-Bag is a good place to start.
Backpacking gear was my original obsession with technology. For even the most minor update to my kit, I read dozens of reviews, talk to my expert comrades, and then finally try it out myself.
Gerber's newest pocket toolbox has everything you'd expect from a pocket full of do-it-all—plus a little extra firepower, you know, just in case you need to blow a pass through a mountain or go to war with a gopher.
The zombie apocalypse is coming, and you can't take your katana everywhere. Well, you can, but that's a pain. Much better is Gerber's new Apocalypse Kit, which has all the cutty slashy stuff you'll need to make it through the zombie plague.
I don't have any particular affinity towards blade wielding of any kind (I generally just gnaw on whole slabs of steak), but when I look at Gerber's Gator Machete Pro, I have a strong desire to slice something in half.
Did somebody take a Power Squid and turn it into a seven-headed hydra of a flashlight? Yep, kinda. It's the Gerber Inferno Flexi-Light, with seven articulated legs springing out of its casing, each leg with a versatile LED in the end with five lighting modes. You can have a focused white flashlight, a more diffused…