GDC Hook Knife
No one doubts keys’ usefulness--they start cars, get you in and out of places and keep your stuff, well, yours. But to really elevate their role, the Gerber Daily Carry Hook Knife adds lifesaving potential, in the form of a reliable, easy-to-access blade that’s always in arm’s reach.
A True Utility Blade
The idea behind this 2-inch stainless steel hook blade is simple: create an ultra-stealthy knife that lives on a keychain and can be used to quickly cut yourself out of a piece of clothing, seatbelt or other safety strap, should you ever get stuck in a tight spot. You’ll also find lots of ways to use the knife for many of life’s little non-emergencies. At home, put it to use opening a box or an envelope. Out in the field it’s great for small tasks like cutting fishing line, trimming a tarp or opening a package of freeze-dried food.
A Safe Grip
Wrap your finger around the ring, press your thumb against the thumb grip and you've got a solid hold that won’t budge when you put a bit of power behind a cut. When you’re done, the blade snaps back into its sturdy, safe sheath.
- Overall Length: 2"
- Weight: .27 oz.
- Steel Type: 7Cr17
- Handle Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
- Sheath Material: Zytel 101
- 2-inch hook blade for swift cuts
- Stainless steel construction for durability
- Circular, aluminum handle with thumb grip
- Locks into sheath for added protection
- Keychain ring on sheath
- Backed by Gerber’s Lifetime Warranty
But can be sharpened.
I Tried opening a box with this thing and I figure it's easier using a pen.. This hook is not pointy enough to puncture tape and I think is too thick to go on the grooves of the box so I guess is mainly to cut strings and belts Ill give it 1 star because I don't think it's that useful for a edc.
Functional style with minimal noticeability equals a great product. I want two.
Working in retail, I've had countless situations where a small sharp blade would be great to have. This filled that need perfectly and for the price I would recommend it to anyone to have as a back-up.
looks AWESOME, functional and cheap!!! the tree most important things ;)
Very useful but there are many other things like this on the market. This is much less expensive though.
Wait, where's the blade? I like the idea, but this thing confuses me. I guess I'll just have to find one.