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Old 04-17-2012, 12:50 PM
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If you are looking for a new multi-tool (pliers, and other stuff that folds out of the handle), for yourself or a gift, look no further than Gerber. I broke a pair that I have used hard multiple times every day for the past 15 years, and was my error for trying to use past the limits of the tool, bending a hook into a piece of stainless rod. Told them how I broke it. About 2 weeks later I got it back, completely rebuilt (only original parts are the handles) along with a new belt sheath. All at no charge.

Service was fast and excellent and their warranty is second to none. Also a northwest company, so a lot of the money stays in the area.

Won't ever buy another brand of that kind of tool.
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