Gerber Crisis Hook Knife

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Brand:
Gerber
SKU:
Gerber-30-000590
UPC:
013658129955
  • Gerber Crisis Hook Knife
  • Gerber Crisis Hook Knife
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Description

This featherweight knife is engineered for emergency situations: a hook knife that cuts seatbelts, cords, or rope. The elongated profile and blunt tip provide versatile use, never fearing to injure those being rescued. A glass-breaker pommel is part of the handle.

The Crisis Hook Knife is made to quickly and safely cut through anything from a seat belt to clothes and even cords, straps, or flex cuffs, making first responders’ work easier. When every elapsed moment counts against survival or safety, this featherweight 3 ounce knife can afford its user the critical additional window. The Crisis Hook Knife is proudly built in Portland, Oregon, USA.

GET AROUND HURDLES WITH EASE
When there’s no time to monkey around with a seat belt twisted or hung up by a vehicle that’s been crashed or exposed to an IED, clothing or field operative gear blocking access to a wound sustained by a casualty, or any sort of situation where boots, thick tape, or heavy cords or straps are preventing immediate medical attention, the operator handling a Crisis Hook Knife can eliminate the difficulty in seconds. Applied against the wounded area of a casualty, this tool’s blunt tip guards the blade, as opposed to a normal fixed-blade or folding knife. The user can tear directly into the fabric inhibiting access without fear of causing additional damage to the person being rescued.

ELONGATED PROFILE FOR IMPROVED APPLICATION
Gerber’s Crisis Hook Knife evolved from the smaller-profile Strap Cutter Knife used to get at life-threatening wounds rapidly and safely. The changes resulted in an elongated, easy-grip knife with a longer blade. The longer handle of the knife, unlike those of its competitors, consists of a rubber over-mold, giving its user a better grip to be utilized in a critical situation. An integrated O2 wrench for open and closure of the valve on an oxygen tank further increases the usefulness of this knife in life-saving situations. Its glass-breaker pommel, which includes a lanyard for tie-down, keeps obstructions from impeding rescuers in their goal of assisting and saving casualties.

LOCKED DOWN UNTIL REQUIRED
The Crisis Hook Knife keeps quiet until the situation demands otherwise. At a touch over 3 ounces, this knife rests in nearly weightless stealth from its malice clip, MOLLE-compatible, on a ballistic vest, backpack, or other MOLLE-equipped structure. Its ballistic molded plastic clip sheath is built with a friction lock for primary retention that prevents the knife from releasing and exposing its carrier to damage by the knife, or contributing to its loss.

Specifications:

  • Overall Length: 8.1"
  • Blade Length: 2.9"
  • Weight: 3.0 oz.

WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)

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Additional Information

Type:
Rescue Gear
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18 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Strap Cutter

    Posted by Scott on 3rd Feb 2019

    Bought the 1st Gerber crisis hook knife and my wife ended up with so I ordered a second. Works great, easy to mount in a variety of ways. Well made and great service from Botach. Thanks!

  • 5
    Great little knige

    Posted by Gregory J. on 12th Jun 2015

    Great little knige

  • 5
    Love the hook knife. Have

    Posted by Wayne O. on 12th Jun 2015

    Love the hook knife. Have one in my bag and one on my belt loop at all times.

  • 5
    gerber, what else to say..

    Posted by Pierre D. on 26th Jan 2015

    gerber, what else to say.. I taught it was bigger...

  • 5
    gerber, what else to say..

    Posted by Pierre D. on 26th Jan 2015

    gerber, what else to say.. I taught it was bigger...

  • 5
    great hook knife, well it's

    Posted by Pierre D. on 25th Jan 2015

    great hook knife, well it's a Gerber no more to say :-)

  • 5
    look great

    Posted by magiclarry on 19th Oct 2014

    I plan on using it as a fishing line cutter while diving. I am sure it will work great.

  • 5
    look great

    Posted by Larry C. on 19th Oct 2014

    I plan on using it as a fishing line cutter while diving. I am sure it will work great.

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