The Gerber Armbar is a neat little multitool that’s both pocket and budget friendly. It’s available in two different models, the Armbar Cork or the Armbar Drive. As the name suggests, the Cork model has a corkscrew. The Drive model has a bit driver. Both models are available with three different handle scale colors. You can pick one up for about $30. Let’s take a look at them.
The Armbar has a total of eight tools. Let’s start with what they all have in common. Each multitool has a 2.5” titanium nitride coated sheepsfoot blade with a thumb hole opener that locks in place with a framelock. The prybar and bottle opener doubles as a striking surface when closed. Each also has a set of spring-loaded scissors which always comes in handy.
The Drive version has 2.5” extension bit driver with a 2-sided bit and an awl. The Cork model has a corkscrew with a lever arm and can/package opener/foil cutter. They’re available in the following colors: Onyx, Orange, Gold, and Urban Blue. Each of these multitools are 3.625” closed and weigh about 3.1 ounces.
- Stainless Steel, Titanium Nitride Coated
- 2.5” Sheepsfoot
- Spring-Loaded Scissors
- Pry Bar and Cap Lifter
- Striking Surface
- Corkscrew and Lever Arm (Cork Models)
- Can/Pack Opener/Foil Cutter (Cork Models)
- 2.5” Extension Bit Driver with 2-Sided Bit (Driver Models)
- Awl (Driver Models)
- 3.1 Ounces
- 3.6” Closed
- 6.1” Overall
The Gerber Armbar is a pocket friendly multitool with some handy functions you can pick up for about $30. To get one, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
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