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Weighing in at just over three ounces with a three-inch blade, the Gerber Contrast AO Knife walks the line between lightweight and sturdy for an amazingly natural, dextrous feel in your hand. The Assisted Opening 2.0 mechanism allows rapid one-handed deployment with either hand, while a durable, removable pocket clip and lanyard attachment point ensure the Contrast is easily accessible for jobs both big and small.

  • Contoured G10 composite/stainless steel ergonomic body for sure-handed grip in demanding conditions
  • Assisted Opening 2.0 mechanism with dual thumb studs for effortless opening with either hand
  • Plunge Lock for a solid, predictable release and closure
  • Lanyard/accessory cord attachment point and removable pocket clip
  • Choose between fine and serrated edges, both backed by Gerber's lifetime warranty

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4 5

Great Gift

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got this knife as a gift for the boyfriend and he loves it. I've also used it many times and have nothing bad to say. The half serrated blade was really important for multi-function, works great. Very sharp blade, good grip, overall great knife thus far! Plus it looks cool.

3 5

daily driver

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This knife is always with me. The composite and steel combo looks cool, and i guess it saves some weight, but how much does a pocket knife weight anyways? The knife holds an edge well, and is all around well made- good job Gerber. The assisted release, is hardly noticeable- a bit of spring when opening the blade, but not much. My biggest beef is the composite side is starting to splinter/fray. I've had it for over two years, and use often, so i guess that might be normal wear and tear? In the end, it gets the job done.