Gerber Gear has unveiled the addition of the Center-Drive multitool to the Gerber Custom program, making it now fully customizable.

Colors and Engravings

The Custom Center-Drive will pg slot nine color options and a plethora of laser engravings to create a truly personalized tool. Additionally, builders will be able to choose from four different tool packs to suit their daily life and accomplish the tasks they most often face.

The availability of different tool pack options is a multitool-industry first. Consumers can now choose from the classic Center-Drive tool pack or the updated Center-Drive Plus tool pack in either satin or black finishes.

custom multitool

Gerber Gear’s custom program now offers limitless customization options for the popular Center-Drive multitool.

“Hard-working men and women choose the Center-Drive every day to solve problems, and now their multitool can also reflect their personal style,” said Keith Carrato, Vice President of Brand and Product at Gerber. “Not only that, [customers] will also be able to choose the specific tool packs they need through Gerber Custom, making the Center-Drive even more useful for their specific needs.”

Full-sized, Real Tools

The Gerber Center-Drive was introduced in 2017 and was born out of the necessity for a multitool that offered full-sized, real tools that would perform at the same standards as dedicated tools. Featuring 14 functions, including Gerber’s center-axis screwdriver, the Center-Drive has been put to the test by everyone from weekend hobbyists to professional tradesmen. Thus, it has become Gerber’s bestselling multitool.

All items ordered from Gerber Custom are manufactured and assembled in Portland, Oregon by Gerber’s knife and tool craftsmen and women. The Center-Drive Custom will start at $155 + $10 customization fee and include the Center-Drive multitool, an interchangeable bit set and a sheath.

Get a Custom Multitool

To learn more about the Gerber Center-Drive Custom, visit the following link: Custom Center-Drive. And as always, stick with us here at Knives Illustrated – All Things Knives for more knife news!