GERBER, has a new EDC offering, the Fastball. This American-made folding knife partners precision engineering and polished aesthetics, American craftsmanship. The Fastball will be available February 13, 2019 with an MSRP of $110 [Urban Grey, Flat Sage] and $115 [Black].
“The Fastball is the perfect EDC knife – aesthetically compelling, functionally flawless, and boasting top-notch materials. A focus on the details, pocket friendliness and the seamless light switching deployment were front-of-mind throughout the entire development process,” says Karrson Koivisto, Gerber Product Manager. “The outcome is a knife that operates like and possesses the materials and craftsmanship of, a $200 knife at a much more accessible price point. The Fastball is a must-have for the gear junkie with high expectations and a discerning eye.”
- S30V Wharncliffe blade
- Ball bearings for consistent action
- Precision detent provides “lightswitching” operation
- Easy-off Liner Lock release
- 3-position clip
- Black oxide coated blade
- Blade length: 3.0”
- Overall length: 7.1”
- Weight: 2.7oz
The Fastball is an American-made EDC knife that lives in the place where precision and polish meet. The trend forward yet practical design has an intuitive finger flipper opening, a utilitarian Wharncliffe blade, and an aircraft-grade aluminum handle that comes in 3 distinct colors. Equipped w/ B.O.S.S. Tech™, the Fastball lives up to its name offering quick deployment that smoothly activates with “light switch” operation. A 3-position pocket clip and lanyard hole offer multiple ways to securely transport the knife.
Pictured: Flat Sage, Urban Grey, and Black/Black Oxide
About Gerber: Gerber is a leading global supplier of activity-specific knives, multi-tools and problem-solving gear. Built on the pillars of craftsmanship, innovation, and an unrelenting commitment to quality and service to others, the trusted brand features a diverse portfolio of equipment for recreational and professional end users. For more information please visit www.gerbergear.com
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