So you’ve got a smartphone with apps that’ll do everything short of cooking you breakfast. That’s nice. But we’re betting that your fancy iDroid can’t fill in as a CAT5 jacket cutter, RJ45 crimper, wire-stripper, cable cutter, or knife blade. These are just a few of the functions of the Gerber Cable Dawg Tool, a multi-purpose object originally designed for military use but now available for civilian use.
Comes in a black nylon sheath and looks as bad-awesome as the men and women for whom it was designed. Sleek to look at and at less than a pound it’s as lightweight as they come. Mix it up with a Bolt-Action Tactical Pen and you’re a man prepared for any situation – office or shop, take your pick.
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