Gerber Compleat Multitool: Cook, Eat & Clean! – SHOT Show 2019

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Gerber Compleat Multitool: Cook, Eat & Clean! - SHOT Show 2019

The Gerber Compleat has all of the necessities for a weight-conscious backpacker.


    • Length: 7.75″
    • Width: 1.5″
    • Weight: 2.3 oz
    • Spatula [serrated & silicone edge]
      • High temp nylon w/ silicone overmold
    • Long tine fork
    • Deep basin spoon
    • Tongs [fork or spoon + spatula]
    • Multi-tool components:
      • Bottle opener
      • Veggie peeler
      • Serrated package opener
      • Can opener

Gerber, the legendary knifemaker, has released an innovative take on the popular lightweight utensil sets favored by ounce-conscious backcountry hunters called the Compleat. It weighs in at less than 2.5 ounces and includes a fork, spoon, spatula, tongs, can opener and peeler. The tools are friction-fitted together when not in use for ultimate space saving.

The utensils are long enough, like the popular sporks that backpackers love, to get to the bottom of a Mountain House, or have some serious gripping power for those fresh backstraps when turned into tongs. The handle of each tool has a stamped design so you don’t have to pull off your gloves on those cold mountain nights. The utensils are sturdy- feeling and come with Gerber’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, with proper use and care this should be a long-lasting tool in any hardcore hunter’s backpack.

The Compleat will be available in February and has an MSRP of 28.00.  For more information,

Gerber Compleat Multitool: Cook, Eat & Clean! - SHOT Show 2019

When fitted together, the Compleat has a slim, space saving profile.

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About the author: Jordan Voigt is a lifelong passionate outdoorsman. He has been blessed to hunt in numerous countries and several different states, as well as having worked for outfitters in Montana and Alaska as a camp jack, packer, and guide. He lives in Montana with his beautiful wife and is busy teaching his two sons about the outdoors and chasing the next adventure. You can follow him on Instagram @jordan.voigt

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  • Big Jim February 6, 2019, 9:03 am

    If it says made in anywhere other than U.S.A Leave it on the shelf.

  • PB- dave February 5, 2019, 7:52 pm

    kinda resembles a WWII German utensil set…… what is old is new again ?

  • Blake Templeton February 5, 2019, 3:47 pm

    Their knives suck so maybe this thing will work.

  • shane February 5, 2019, 10:59 am

    A great solution to an unnecessary problem.

  • mark fischer February 5, 2019, 10:53 am

    what’re the metal utensils made of?

  • Zupglick February 5, 2019, 8:45 am

    I would get one to carry in my lunch bucket!

  • johnnyraygun February 5, 2019, 8:12 am

    . Gerber did good on this one. Looks like a “bug out bag” essential.

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