Top 5 Survival Products from Gerber

Top 5 Survival Products from Gerber

As a 16-year-old entrepreneur, I make money that I don’t even know what to do with. I pay my few bills and pay for my website/radio show, but other than that I just go around buying beef jerky and survival gear. I have all types of different survival products and brands. I buy gear from UST, Coleman, Alps OutdoorZ, Ozark Trail, and even Survival Life. Of all the gear that I have bought, one has impressed me more than the others. That is Gerber. Gerber has knives, machetes, survival kits, fire starters, and more. So I thought I would share with you some of my favorite products that I have bought from them.

The Bear Grylls Pocket Survival Kit is easily one of my favorite survival kits. It has the most simple pieces of gear I need in order to survive. It includes a mini knife, flint & steel, snare wire, cordage, a whistle, waterproof matches, string, a cotton ball for fire tinder, a pocket survival guide, a waterproof bag, and a carrying case. It all can easily fit your pocket. It is great to take while hunting, hiking, or camping.

The Gator Gerber Machete is easily one of the most affordable and sharpest machetes you can buy. The blade’s length is 18 inches while the entire product is almost 26 inches, yet it weighs only a pound. It cuts through branches with easy. It also has a comfortable grip and has a lanyard so that you do not lose that grip.

The Gerber Bear Grylls Fire Starter may just be the best flint & steel on the market. It has an easy grip and makes easy carrying. It has a lanyard with a whistle attached to it. The flint will last you months, if not years.

The Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife is great survival knife for all beginners. The knife’s length is 10 inches long and it has a serrated blade. It also includes a great carrying case, some flint, a sharpener, a whistle, a pocket survival guide, and a hammering piece on the knife’s handle.

The Gerber Paraframe I Knife is a folding pocket knife. It is my favorite affordable pocket knife, in fact, I am currently carrying it in my pocket while writing this article. I have had it for about a year. Heck, I sometimes sleep with it in my pocket. It is almost like an extra body part and a cool one indeed. This is a “must-have” knife”


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