This tool is so cool we couldn't help but brand it! This is the Multitool.org Edition Gerber MP600 Pro Scout that we did almost sixteen years ago, in the early days of the site!
When it comes to keychain tools, Gerber really does come prepared! This long discontinued Solstice is a great example.
Tool designs keep getting more and more complex with fancier options locking mechanisms, materials and so on, but the Gerber Prybrid shows us that simple designs shouldn't be overlooked!
Adding to the Keychain Gerber list is the Splice which features scissors, as opposed to its sister tool, the Vise which has pliers.
The Gerber Mini Suspension comes in two versions- the P (for pliers) and the S for the scissor based version.
Based on the Gerber Suspension, the Resolve is one of several different variants that were available.
Another entry in the "Didn't know or forgot about" file is the Curve from Gerber- perhaps the smallest tool you can get with locking functions!
You probably don't remember this one, but I was thrilled when I saw it for the first time at the SHOT Show in 2011.
Gerber's Flik multitool may have been short lived, but that is more likely due to its complicated design rather than it's popularity.
With the current issues plaguing pretty well the entire planet right now, it seems like as good a time as any for a serious project here at Multitool.org. With that in mind, we have decided to start up the Ultimate Multitool Timeline, which will be an amazing resource for anyone who wants to learn about Swiss Army Knives, Multitools, the companies that produce them, and any other related information.