First Look: Gerber Devour – Titanium


The New Titanium Devour From Gerber Gear Is Far More Than Just An Eating Utensil. This Multi-Tool Really Is Unlike Any Other On The Market.

Not every multi-tool needs to feature a knife or have a set of pliers built into it. The new Devour, made from Titanium, from Gerber Gear flips the idea of a multi-tool on its head.

At first glance, it looks like nothing more than a rugged eating utensil, great for eating by the campfire. And it is that, but it is so much more. This multi-tool has nine functions and weighs just an ounce. The star of the show is the tool that mounts to the back of the fork.

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The tool that snaps onto the back of the eating utensil

This tool features a package opener, a can opener, a pry bar, both a phillips and a flathead screwdriver, and a flat cut/scrape edge. When connected to the back of spork it keeps it propped up and off the table, which is great for keeping your utensil clean and free from dirt and debris when eating outside.

Since everything is made from corrosion-resistant T4A titanium, the tool won’t rust and will remain strong under pretty much any circumstance. The Devour can save you so much time packing, and space in your pack, you’ll wonder why you didn’t get it sooner.

And the cherry on top of it all: it’s an inexpensive piece of kit that will more than pay for itself quickly.

MSRP: $25

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