Remix - Serrated
We're spinning the hits with this all-around hero of a knife. Lightweight, but strong, the one-hand opening Remix features a large finger hole for extra stability and grip. The anodized aluminum handles don't just look cool, they add support and corrosion resistance.
- Blade Length: 2.90"
- Overall Length: 7.35"
- Length Closed: 4.45"
- Width: .55"
- Weight: 4.20 oz
- Handle: Aluminum
- Anodized Aluminum Handle
- Open-Frame Design
- Thumb Stud
- Lightweight but Strong
I like this knife. Very Different but Functional for most purposes. I am working on opening it with one hand. I am getting used to it. I do not believe that anyone will take it away from me when I am using it.
I bought this knife because of the Axle hole, it makes for unique grips. It holds an edge well and is very light.
I think that the issue with opening it with one hand is due to the very thing that makes it attractive, the axle hole. Since the blade revolves around the large hole it doesn't give you the cantilever effect that having the axis at the back of the blade would provide, making it harder to open.
I would like to see Gerber use the Axle to advantage by extending the circular tang beyond the lip of the axle and serrating it so that you can drag it open with your thumb much like opening a PEZ dispenser.
for the price, i don't think i could find a better knife, although there are some slight improvements that should be done, like a little thicker or stonger blade , and a stronger locking mechanism, my brother was doing something involving wood (carving or something) and the lock somehow disengaged and the blade closed onto his fingers making a small cut across them, if he had not been paying attention, it could have ended alot worse.
It's difficult to open with only one hand.
This is a decent knife. I got this for an everyday to carry at work, belt clip is nice.
I have always used Gerber knives, machete, axes.
This one in the package I thought looked very cool, after having it the large eyelet really serves no purpose other than spinning on your finger when closed, open it isn't balanced so spinning isn't really possible.
Another thing is the blade is very thin I was prying a piece of silicone(soft) out of a plug and the tip broke.
I have owned Gerber knives in the past. Bought this one at West Marine, because I lost my Benchmade last time I was out on the water.... Can't say how dissapointed I am with it. I will be returning it first thing in the morning. It is practically impossible to open one handed. Closing is pretty easy... The circle is kinda whatever - allows for great grip, but I don't really care for it (if there was better jimping it would be perfectly fine grip-wise.
i just ordered this knife and cant wait until i recieve it!
4th or 5th Gerber, always been a fan but the lock on this one is shoddy at best. Doesn't lock without extra effort, flat on blade side of lock is uneven and seems unfinished.
I've had this knife for two years and its amazing! I use it for hunting, hiking, and camping. Its a must have for adventures! Highly Recommend!
@ Great knife
If you cant figure out that the circle is part of the grip, maybe the best part, i suggest that you pick up a pair of safety scissors from wal-mart!
Just picked up a second Remix, What happened to it? It's like a cheap China knock off. Could not be more disappointing. Been a customer for 20 years and 20 plus products.
I'll be returning it and the cheap workmanship and taking my needs elsewhere. It was a good ride that's come to a poor china manufactured end.
i owned one when it was a plastic handle best knike ever
Awesome blade, the extra circle is for clipping the knife with a carabiner you idiot.
I have a disability and this is the best gripping knife out there for someone with hand strength issues.
I have really enjoyed this knife, it's handy for everyday use. The extra circle on the grip is whatever, it's cool to look at but not much else.
Overall, I'm satisfied with my purchase.