Reviewed 12/29/2011 by Loyd
-Price Paid: $55.00
-Used for Light Duty/General
-Owned for Less than 1 Month
The "ultimate knife" is a copy of Gerbers LMF2. Nice ergonomics, appearance is so-so with it's orange plastics and all. But quality... Oh boy! The blade buckles when applied forcecut on insulation straps, went from razor sharp to spoon alike dull after draw knifing and carving for 15 minutes. Now if a couhpotato like me manages to bend and buckle STEEL on PLASTIC and WOOD somethings not right."Maybe slipped quality control, or heat treatment", I thought to myself but after receiving replacement from Gerber it's pretty much the same POS. Clearly they labeled the words "ultimate" and "survival" to the wrong items.
Comment by NCsurvivalist 01/29/2013
Truth, I got this knife a little after Christmas and it broke a day after!I was throwing it and stuck it in the tree every time and the pommel just popped off and what really got me mad was gerber had the nerve to say they " fixed" it because they've had the same issues but that was like a year ago.I got me replacement today and the sheath was broken!!!!