Gerber Knives Bear Grylls Compact Parang Knife
The Gerber® Bear Grylls Compact Parang is a great, everyday machete to use in the woods or the backyard. The Parang features full tang construction and a high carbon steel, angled blade that clears the brush and cuts with ease. Its ergonomic, polypropylene handle provides a secure grip in any weather condition. The Bear Grylls Parang includes a mildew-resistant nylon sheath and Bear's Priorities of Survival pocket guide.
- Full tang construction
- High carbon steel blade
- Angled blade for clearing brush
- Lanyard cord enhances grip security
- Ergonomic, polypropylene handle
- Mildew-resistant nylon sheath
- Includes Bear's Priorities of Survival pocket guide
- Model: 31-002072
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 17088856
Rated 4.3 out of 5áby 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby Jamie1086 Love this! I ordered this as a gift for my son for Christmas & he loves it. It's a good size for him (he's 15) and I like that it has a sheath to go over it. January 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby MacJr8800 Pay Attention To The Online Pricing Bear Grylls are almost always fantastic knives and multi-tools, using a lot of them myself. I'm one of those "doomsday" or "apocalypse" people. But if you look at the pricing, you will see that the full size parang is $5 dollars cheaper than the compact on the website as of 7-10-13. I saved the small money myself. The compact and the regular parang are both great for chopping, slicing, and hacking. I've actually cut through .5cm thick metal wire. But do stay on top of the sharpness of the blade frequently. July 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby Jorswat Okay product Of course, being Bear Grylls, you are paying a lot of money for the name. The machete itself is very good quality. However, it does not come very sharp. My biggest complaint is the sheath. There are two buttons and a Velcro strap that hold the machete in place. It seems that the sheath is not big enough because I always have problems getting the second button to snap shut. Overall, not a bad product. Remember, you are paying for the name. December 28, 2012
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