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Gerber Released a Little Knife that Works Like a Big Knife

Gerber’s Kettlebelle pocket knife is affordable, safe and makes a few small, smart changes to a miniature EDC staple.

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Gerber’s latest pocketknife, the Kettlebell, is EDC-focused but avoids falling into typical pocketknife design traits.

At 2.5 inches, the blade is just as short as any other small knife, but the handle is almost four inches long, meaning the grip actually fits your hand. The blade deploys by way of two thumb studs (rare for a knife of its size) and is made of 7Cr17MOV steel, which is a lot of letters and numbers that mean the edge doesn’t wear away as quickly as most steel (but may be more difficult to bring back to sharpness once it has).

A simple pocket clip, an anodized aluminum honeycomb grip, a basic frame lock and a very affordable $27 price tag round out the Kettlebell, which is available in grey or sage right now.

Buy Now: $23+

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