A small, compact multi-tool
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Prybrid Utility Clip
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Gerber
Prybrid Utility Clip
A small, compact multi-tool
Color

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$30.00
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Free shipping within the contiguous us. $400 usd minimum to the rest of the world.

It's all fun and games until something is stuck, off-kilter, or just plain broken. Since most of us don't travel with a fully equipped toolbox, reach for the next best thing: the Prybrid Utility.

It's a multi-functional marvel: a compact tool that's built to dominate the to-do list at home, at camp, or on the job site. The 8 included tools are a pry bar, nail puller, wire stripper, small flathead driver, large flathead driver, bottle opener, cord cut notch, and an exchangeable standard utility blade.

The no-fuss design combines the functionality of a replaceable utility blade knife and a compact multi-tool. Meant to be carried in a pocket or on a keychain, offering immediate access when something goes awry.

  • Color: OD Green
  • Length: 4.25 in
  • Width: 1.25 in
  • Weight: 3.1 oz
  • Features:Utility blade, cord cut notch, bottle opener, pry bar, large flat head driver, small flat head driver, nail puller and wire stripper
  • Warranty.: Limited Lifetime
  • Color: Grey
  • Length: 4.25 in
  • Width: 1.25 in
  • Weight: 3.1 oz
  • Features:Utility blade, cord cut notch, bottle opener, pry bar, large flat head driver, small flat head driver, nail puller and wire stripper
  • Warranty.: Limited Lifetime
About Gerber

Gerber came to life in 1939 when Portland's own Joe Gerber made the risky move to turn his ad agency into a kitchen knife company. Joe brought his sons Pete and Ham on board, who would help grow the brand from a small kitchen knife company to an internationally known outdoor icon, turning Portland into a knife industry hub in the process. 

Over the past 85 years, they have made knives and tools that have become legends in their own right, from providing knives and multi-tools for soldiers on the front lines to making essential gear for hunters, anglers, adventurers, and trade workers alike. 

To this day, they continue to engineer and manufacture innovative, functional, and dependable tools in Portland, Oregon. Their heritage runs deep, and the legend of Joe Gerber's wild idea still inspires everything they do as they look toward the next generation of innovations.