When it comes to versatility, failsafe performance, rock-solid design and ease of use you can’t go past the MP600 multi-tool from Gerber.

Designed for the unique needs of industrial facilities, hospitals, IT workers, miners and even the military, the MP600 is the do-it-all tool that ensures safety in the workplace, while still giving you the benefit of a multitude of industrial strength tools.

The MP600 handles any task big or small – and is ideal for any worker in need of speed and precision.

Constructed with tough stainless steel, the MP600’s array of heavy duty tools gives you the capacity to work through a wealth of tasks easily.

Along with the needle-nose pliers there are 14 tools to help you get through your workload with ease, including various knives, screwdrivers and Tugsten carbide cutters.

Even with its solid industrial design, Gerber have ensured that all of their tools will work in the harshest of environments.

The MP600 is available in black or untreated stainless steel and is available from all leading outdoor retailers.

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