Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate PRO Survival Knife – REVIEW – Best Gerber Survival Knife? 31-001901
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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Survival Knife
Fine Edge Survival Fixed Blade
Ask Bear Grylls or anyone who has survived a serious scrape in the outdoors and they will say your brain is your most important survival tool. Your attitude, instincts and knowledge of the backcountry are what will keep you alive when everything else fails. But to put those instincts to work building a shelter, starting a fire or finding food, that brain needs a sharp, dependable knife.
The Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade combines Gerber’s decades of knife making experience with Bear Grylls’s survival skills to create a survival knife that’s everything you need and nothing more. It leaves clever to the other gear in your backpack because clever usually means fancy features and moving parts that can bend, break, jam or get lost when you need them most.
Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife Dependable Blade
The Gerber Knives Bear Grylls 4.8-inch fine edge, drop-point blade can go straight from hacking firewood to delicately filleting a trout. Its premium grade stainless steel construction means you’ll never see rust or corrosion as you pull it from its sheath. The blade will also keep its edge longer between sharpening. With an updated full tang construction, Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Knife is a tool that won’t fail you even after hard use.
At 13.7 ounces in weight and 10 inches in total length, Gerber Knives Bear Grylls feels solid and balanced in the hand. A large, textured, rubberized handle gives you a solid grip in any condition and an oversized bolster where the handle meets the blade keeps your hand from slipping toward the blade as you lean into your cut.
Along with flawlessly performing all the essential duties of a knife, like slicing, chopping and filleting, Bear Grylls Survival Knives packed with survival features. The stainless steel pommel at the base of the handle can serve as a hammer. With two holes in the handle, the knife can be lashed to a stick to create a spear. And the lanyard cord with emergency whistle helps you keep track of the knife and provides a loud emergency signal should potential rescuers be within earshot.
Just like the knife it protects, the sheath on the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Fixed Blade Knife reveals a few useful surprises in its military-grade, mildew-resistant package. A built-in fire starter rod sits snug in a watertight holder. Pair that with the cutout notch on the blade’s top edge and the ferrocerium rod produces a shower of fire-igniting sparks. A pull-through carbide sharpener is integrated into the sheath, so you can make sure your blade stays sharp. And, for refreshing your outdoor knowledge before things get dicey, a waterproof version of Bear’s “Priorities of Survival” Pocket Guide is stashed into the protective.
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Very solid outdoor knife. Bear Grylls styling.
The knife is solidly built, and I like the full tang with the metal pommel. My son got one for a wilderness survival outing with scouts, and I liked it enough that I got one for myself. Having compared this with the Ultimate (non-“Pro”) version online, I am convinced that we made the right choice going with the improved version.
Survial knife done right.
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Nearly perfect product. The knife and the sheath are awesome.
Without a doubt when first picking it up it is very sturdy in the sheath. The knife itself is heavy however it is not bulky, the but of the blade is connected to the blade and is simply one piece of metal with the grips attached. Even when using the knife in the water the material was still very comfortable and did not slip. The sheath comes with a sharpener making it possible to sharpen the knife at any time necessary, and it is very simple to sharpen all you need to do is simply press the knife against the plastic and it will give you the perfect angle (also the sharpener can be adjusted for both lefty and right handed people) . The fire starter is a great attachment with the knife and the when it is in the sheath it is water tight. In the sheath of the knife there is a small unfold able on the go guide on all the major necessity of being in the outdoors.
Nice full tang construction with a heavy duty pommel i …
Very durable. Have taken this knife on hikes, used it to whittle, baton, and cut paracord. Holds an edge well. Nice full tang construction with a heavy duty pommel i have used to crush stone. The only down side is the black finish didnt hold up, which doesnt effect the performance of the knife. Overall a great knife that holds up to the gerber name.
Seems like a great knife with many upgrades!!!
Seems like a very well built knife and sheath! I saw a few low ratings based on quality control type issues and I can say I have all but a couple of the gerber knives and duplicates or triplicates of a few and they’re all good quality. I have the older version of the basic ultimate and have really put it through the wringer and it’s been fatastic! I’ll post an update once I’ve had some time to put this ultimate pro through some serious work. Batoning firwood in camp is something the old ultimate was great at, and I have no doubt about this one doing even better. Also, very glad it’s offered in full fine edge. THANK YOU! Serrations really just rip and tear, and are nearly impossible to adequately resharpened without special equipment….especially in the field….keep your fine edge sharp and it’ll last a lot longer and perform better than any serrated. One note….gerber steel can be harder to resharpen due to it’s hardness….I have had the best luck repairing seriously worn edges on gerber knives using the belt shapener make by work sharp (I got the Ken Onion edition which has a couple extra features). Anyway, I feel better about keeping gerber steel sharp with that thing….or I should say, resharpening, not keeping, because the harder steel seems to keep an edge if it was a good one to begin with. Finally, I really like the upgraded features for the pro model, especially full-tang!
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I have been using the BG Ultimate Knife since they first came out 2 1/2 years ago. Starting with the “Beta” version, that Gerber replaced a few months later (mine never did break) and then with the later Feb 2011 version. I never had any problems with it and I used it daily as a Field Craft instructor to various national parks authorities in South East Asia.
Nothing to be found like this, all in one package at this price!
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First off this is the most expensive blade I’ve ever purchased, but I’ve handled more expensive knives.
Three excellent fixed blade knives
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I own a Benchmade Bushcraft, KaBar Becker BK2, and this Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro. Two thoughts on why I like having all of them. One is that it’s similar to owning multiple size screwdrivers…different tools for different purposes. Secondly, I own several 5.11 backpacks which I use daily, and having multiple knives allows me to carry a knife in each bag, having one handy regardless of which pack I carry. They are all reasonably priced, extremely well made, durable, and work well while camping. I recommend each one unreservedly.
Serious piece of equipment..
Once I became friendly with this knife I stopped reviewing other knives. (Novemeber 2016) It has answered all the needs I have. Powerful, strong , sharpens to the extreme and well put together , with the fire starter , sharpener, field guide and whistle it is a mini bug out kit.. at least a good start to one. It is not as light as my other knives ,mostly Mora.types but it is in a different strength class to them.. The sheath is bombproof too.Being a full tang blade is something important to me, and the base of the handle is like a hammer. Oh I almost forgot the smart detail of the squared off zone on the blade back to create a spark from the firesteel. The orange color scheme is a plus for not loosing the knife or the sheath. I would definately purchase another one. Also for the price you will have a hard time beating it ..