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Gerber Ripstop II Serrated Edge Knife


Ripstop II Serrated Edge Knife

  • Lightweight and streamlined yet durable
  • Easy to open with one hand
  • All stainless steel construction
$17.31 /each

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Product Overview

The Ripstop I and Ripstop II are super-lightweight frame lock concepts that deliver bold strength and high functionality. The weight of this all stainless steel construction knife is made lighter by the intriguing handle and blade design. There's no bulk in the thin, streamlined handle, making it easy to use and carry.

  • Partially serrated blade
  • Dual thumb stud for easy, 1-hand opening
  • Sturdy pocket clip
  • Super lightweight, streamlined design
  • Overall length: 7.4 in.
  • Blade length: 3 in.
  • Closed length: 4.4 in.
  • Weight: 3 oz.




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Ripstop II Serrated Edge Knife is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice, But Not For Lefties The Gerber Ripstop II weighs a light 98 grams and comes with no sheath/case but has a belt clip. The label says it is 3.0 ounces or 84 grams. The product is 7.4” long, and 4.20” when closed and sports a 3.0” blade partially serrated. Given the hollow slot openings in the blade and the handle, there is expectation that this is a light weight knife. The label states it comes with a Full Lifetime Warranty (North America Only). There are no perforations to make it easy to get it out of the packaging as it is sealed in plastic and then the plastic is further laminated with the cardboard labeling. Definitely need to open this before heading into use. The knife is sharp but the point is thick and not very useful in puncturing anything intricately. The serrated portion of the knife is only 1” long and would not be ideal for continual use or the need to perform something repetitive. The serrations are also only focused on one side and appear to be designed for a right handed person. I could only open the knife one handed using my right hand based on the handles design even though the knife has dual thumb studs. Based on that I don’t see the value added of having the thumb studs on the clip side of the knife. The handle is very thin, making the product light weight, but it may be considered uncomfortable for long term use unless you are wearing gloves. Given the lock mechanism uses the built in handle design, the knife required two hands to close the knife easily. Gerber makes a lot of nice knives and this would be ok for an everyday carry knife for the weight. For improvements on this knife, it could benefit from a gut hook on the back plane of the knife, and the removal of the left thumb stud. This knife is clearly designed for a right handed person, so as a left handed person, this would not be my choice.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Ripstop II is a nice every day carry knife. The Ripstop II is a nice every day carry knife. The frame lock is solid and the knife is easy to operate one handed once you've broken it in. It's very easy to clean with running water when you manage to foul it. I've had my knife for over 18 months now and the handle has started to show some wear on the finish but the blade still looks nice. Out of the box it is decently sharp but the factory edge isn't as straight as it could be. The knife will feel "stiff" when you first get it. Regular use will soon wear the washers down and make opening easier. It will handle you daily needs readily but is inexpensive enough that you're not worried about using it hard when necessary.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid little knife This is nice drop point folding knife from Gerber. The blade is 3" with a drop point and partially serrated edge...very sharp. It's a forged blade, high carbon stainless so we'll see how it holds up over time and sharpenings. The thumb slot opening allows one handed opening with a smooth action. The grip is a "skeleton" design that incorporates the blade release. Overall build and quality is solid. Although the knife is light it feels sturdy. My only reason for the four stars is that the skeleton grip is not very ergonomic and could result in hand fatigue with extended use.
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work of Art We can start by saying this is a Gerber knife, the review could end there; for me Gerber has some of the best, most durable blades in the market. This knife is well designed, comfortable in your hands, opens easily with one finger and locks into place solidly. The blade is thick and very sharp, can almost work double duty as a utility knife (Gerber has one of those also). The overall weight is light due to the skeleton frame, but sturdy and solid. This knife is perfect for attaching to your belt and use for whatever comes accross your way that needs cutting.
Date published: 2015-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice pocket knife This knife is durable, well-made, and light. For one-handed opening there is a knob for your thumb (on both sides of the blade), but also an open slot through the back of the blade that can also be used. The blade slides open with just the right amount of friction and locks into place well with a slight click. The lock release is the type at the bottom of the blade, in the handle, where you just push it aside to allow the blade to close. The belt clip is on one side and cannot be switched. The blade came well sharpened and appears to be very sturdy.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality for the price I have owned other Gerber folding knifes before that cost double the price of the Ripstop 2 I was very impressed with the quality and the weight the belt clip is very sturdy The High carbon stainless steel blade with the serrated edge and handle appear to be a very expensive folding knife, The Thumb slot opening and thumb studs are excellent for right and left hand users, I read some other reviews on it not being sharp I have to disagree this blade is very sharp.
Date published: 2015-10-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Gerber/Fiskar Knife I have been looking for a knife to use for my yard chores. It should not be big yet big enough to handle tough jobs as cutting fertilizer bags, light pruning, light material cutting etc that is used around the house. This knife fills the bill so to speak but has some limitations as shown in the pros and cons section. Two items stand out as deficiencies. Lack of instructions as to how to safely close the knife. This knife uses a finger operated spring that has to be compressed. The swivel action was smooth to close the knife. The second and most important is that compared to my 40+ year old Swiss Army knife, the Gerber/Fiskar blade, though sharp was not as sharp as the SAK blade. It is however beefier than the SAK. However, the construction is solid and will probably last a very long time. I am disappointed that Gerber/Fiskars had manufactured this knife in China.
Date published: 2015-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Typical Gerber High Quality The first thing I look for is sharp edges or snags other than the blade. There are none. For its size and weight this is one mean knife. The clip is easily removed with a Torx screwdriver so this could easily be a pocket knife. The blade tension is just perfect to allow popping open with one hand, right or left using the thumb studs. Blade is very sharp from the factory and the serrations are very sharp and effective.
Date published: 2015-09-02
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