Reviews and Ratings for Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Red - 31-001040

Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Redrated 3.667 stars out of 5 (3.0 reviews)
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Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Red


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Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Red
rated 4 stars out of 5
Aug 04, 2015
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None

like it

Seems fairly well made. Needed some sharpening though. The pliers have a nice design...almost didnt find the I am wondering why none of these small multitools have a can opener? The package opener seems silly to me. I think of it more of a "guthook".
Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Red
rated 4 stars out of 5
Sep 09, 2014
Pros: Finish, Included Tools, Overall Quality, Locking, Materials
Cons: None


While there are a couple of flaws in the design of the tool, overall this is a great lightweight mini-tool. I find the that the file is difficult to use because of how small it is, but I have never had a need to use it anyway. So that wasn't a deal breaker for me. The tool meant to be the plastic bubble opener was nearly useless on mine because it was so dull. But after a little sharpening and reshaping it is now a worthy accessory. The knife blade isn't your typical clip point, but it is very useful and sharp. The pliers and scissors both have a really nice tight spring. And the rest of the tools are great, no complaints and no wiggle. They are tight and feel very sturdy. If you're looking for a small lightweight multi-tool this is a really nice one. Gerber did a great job with this one.
Gerber Dime Micro Multi-Tool, Mini, Red
rated 3 stars out of 5
Central CA
Sep 04, 2012
Pros: Included Tools, None
Cons: Included Tools

Useful, could be better.

I like the combo of small pliers/small scissors, and the bottle opener is the absolute best among tools this size. This can be important if you like good beer. On the other hand, the knife has an odd blade shape and I'd prefer one with an actual point, which would perform the function of the package opener. The package cutter could then be replaced by a real nail file/cleaner.