Gerber is once again churning out fresh interpretations of multitool functionality this year. The latest series to come from the Portland, OR-based company is the Prybrid series, which consists of two keychain-style multitools built around the central concept of a utility knife.
Between the two models, the Prybid X seems to be targeted more towards the casual user or generalist. Its replaceable blade is a standard #11, the same tiny, efficient cutting edge seen on many X-Acto knives. The blade shape can be described as a particularly aggressive wharncliffe, with a straight edge that narrows out to a hyper-acute point. Very light EDC chores are possible with this kind of blade, but as with traditional X-Acto knives the real core of its abilities lies in detail work.
I have a fondness for small multi-gizmos. Gerber did a good job with these.View Linked Article