Dime - Black
We took the standard keychain multi-tool and made it better. In addition to stainless steel pliers, wire cutters, a fine edge blade, spring-loaded scissors, flathead screwdriver, crosshead driver, tweezers and file, the Dime includes a unique blade designed to safely cut and score plastic packaging and a bottle opener that is exposed even when the tool is closed. Compact and lightweight, the Dime is the most valuable change you’ll find in your pocket.
- Overall Length: 4.25"
- Closed Length: 2.75"
- Weight: 2.2 oz.
- Steel Type: 3Cr13 Stainless
- 10 Components
- Wire Cutter
- Fine Edge Blade
- Retail Package Opener
- Medium Flathead Driver
- Crosshead Driver
- Bottle opener
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Great little multi tool infact the best good job gerber
Bought this about 1 year ago, and it has been in my left pocket since then. I have attached a small waterproof AAA LED flashlight with small key rings for the ultimate compact pocket tool.
The combination of scissors and plier jaws in a very compact package was the reason for buying it. Very happy with this tool, and it hasn't failed me yet. Thanks Gerber!
This little guy lives on my keyring. It has paid for itself many times over. Great little tool.
I got the Black Gerber Dime through eBay brand new, in the box, for $15/free shipping!
This is the most perfect pocket multitool you could possibly ask for, for the exception of the file (which in my case that's all a need it for in case I accidentally crack top of my fingernail), it can only be used for finger nails or very fine, soft metal filing.
Overall, the Dime is my favorite new tool/knife to grab as an everyday pocket tool!
Knife blade is shaped and ground to be used for many different applications, even scraping. I thought the scissors working fine, once you get use to the uncommon way you must hold the tool to use them. ( I see some
Reviewers complained about this, so I thought I'd give my 2 cents). Everything I have used is MUCH stronger than the cheaply made and mostly junk, smaller para frame multitask tools of the last few years!
Bravo Gerber, for improving the quality and ruggedness! It needed to happen!
After Gerber was bought by Fiskers, I thought, Oh No?, there goes the quality and they are just going to use Gerber name to mass produce junk! But, to their credit, I believe they have come around and realized just how many Gerber Blade Fans were out there! I am not ready to say they are as good as they were, when my dad got me my first brass handled Gerber Folder with Made in Eugene, Oregon. USA, stamped on the bottom edge, where it pivot area was! But they are getting better & closer, every year!
If you get a Dime, purchase the BLACK model, as I have read the the other 2 models are not as rugged or durable. Oh, if you plan on attaching it to a key ring or lanyard, etc..., change the round, coiled ring on it to one that is more solidly made or you will lose it. The ring it comes with is junk!
Just got it a half hour ago as a present from a friend to replace the pocket Gerber I seem to have lost. In love with it already!!!
Great tool for the various tasks i have to do on and off the job. Never failed and i always keep it on me.
I love this tool! Just bought and love how it fits in hand, and the way the tools are integrated into the design. Great little blade, and a perfect addition to my Gerber collection! Thanks for making great tools!
very functional small tool. after constant use the tools are easier to open. a bit of wd-40 on the joints will help when u first get it. good tool for dislodging duds from a firearm (but keep the breach pointed downrange) i'm going to get another for my glove box.
Great Tool. I did a lot of comparison between the Dime and another competitor's equivalent. Overall I'm glad I went with the Dime as my everyday. I like the style and grind of the blade. The package opener is the most useful and most frequently used tool on it (which puts it ahead of other competition). The file is the only lacking tool ,but in reality I've never used a file on any multi-tool I've owned for anything important. Never had any problem with getting tools in and out on the Tactical. Great tool.
Love the little multitool, however the keychain eyelet is next to useless..
I do love the package opener, and can't believe this hasn't been an option on tools for longer!
The plyers are great, nice and strong.
The file is useless, and the scissors are hard to use..
The blade on the knife is interesting, and works very well..
Pretty good for a inexpensive pocket tool when the full-size is too big to carry...
Nice tool, have been using it for a while now. All tools work great, except the file, the only thing I seem to be able to file with it is only my nails. But for the price an awesome tool. Really love the bottle opener, so easy to use and works so well. The tools are a bit hard to get out at first, but after using them they loosen up a bit so that they can actually be opened without breaking some of your nails.
good small multitool. i was pleased to find out that the package opener can also work as a strap cutter when i was testing out some of the things i could do with the tool. only complaint is that the tools are stiff and will destroy your fingernails when you first get the tool. doubt that this tool will have to be used for my job over my leatherman charge alx, but if something happens, it might be handy.
Great tool love the new logo and the tactical look of it. Only problem is I wish all your products were made in the good old USA.
I've had the Dime (Tactical version) for about a week know. My initial thoughts overall are that I like the form factor and the layout of the tool. I've used all the components, minus the 2 screwdrivers, and think they hold up well enough for light duty EDC-type chores. The "Retail Package Opener" is a handy and useful tool to have and has worked great. The paint is already coming off on several areas where friction is the greatest. The tweezers are rather difficult to slide in and out. It almost feels like you could bend them, if your not careful, sliding back in. I wish the hole for the keychain was bigger, but overall, it seems like a decent enough tool to keep in my pocket throughout the day.
very nice little tool. wire cutter is very soft though and can't really cut anything, scissors are probably better. pliers are very strong nevertheless!
The dime is a good knife but I wish it had a lock like the suspension or most other gerber multi-tools.