If you’re a pocket knife enthusiast, then you would absolutely love this Gerber Fastball EDC Knife.
Although it looks small, this EDC knife is very versatile and effective for common cutting applications. Whether you’re the outdoorsy wood-chopping kind or the average nine to fiver, I’m sure you can find a use or two for this pocket knife.
The knife is made from S30V steel which is an extremely tough and corrosion resistant material. The sleek design of this knife makes it very easy to handle and deploy.
- The Fastball EDC knife is perfect for everyday carry. Made with extremely tough and corrosion resistant S30V steel, it is great for everyday cutting applications. It is also small enough to fit into your pant pockets. The opening mechanism, which involves the use of friction-reducing ball bearings make the deployment process extremely easy.
- The handle is made of aircraft-grade aluminium which keeps it extremely lightweight and pocket friendly.
- The opening mechanism design ensures safe use at all times. The flipper tab is rigid enough to avoid accidents that may result from light touches. However, you don’t need to apply extreme force to deploy it either.
- The makers of the Gerber Fastball EDC knife describe its unique blade profile as the “improved Wharncliffe”. This means that the blade tip is pointed enough to dig/pry things out. On the other hand, the unique tip geometry provides it with a lot of strength that makes it very hard for the tip to break.
- This EDC knife has a 3 position pocket clip. So whether you are left-handed, right-handed or both, carrying and deploying this item is an absolute walk in the park.
- The Easy-off Liner Lock release with ball bearings make for smooth and easy deployment every single time.
Another interesting fact about this knife is that it was proudly designed and produced in the United States. If you are one of those knife carriers who is very particular about where their knives come from, this might bring you some peace.
No matter how many safety measures the manufacturers might put in place, at the end of the day, it’s still a knife. Make sure to always to securely close the EDC knife before placing it in your pocket. Also if you notice the opening joint getting a little rigid, lubricate!