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CRKT Bivy Riggers Multi-tool

18+
£61.95
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You can take that bivouac on with one hand.


The Bivy™ riggers multi-tool has an easy single-handed operation for when your other one is busy with rigging or holding yourself in place during an emergency.


Hans Florine of Lafayette, CA designed the Bivy™. A world-record holding speed climber and rigger for the famous Bandaloop Vertical Dance Troupe, he knows what it's like to reach for something higher. That's why he created a quality tool that works both on skyscrapers and mountains that scrape the sky.


With this revolutionary multi-tool you just press the button and spring-assisted pliers jump into action and are available for use. A comforting thought for those who are at the end of their rope.


The Bivy™ can also take care of any tasks you throw its way on a planned or unplanned bivouac. A folding knife with a locking liner safety, marlinspike, and Phillips and flathead screwdrivers are there for you or a friend who may be calling for help.


The Bivy™ is the multi-tool to put in your hand when you barely have a free one to spare.


U.S. Patent No. 8,037,787

SKU:
CR9250
GTIN
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.3000
Overall Length:
17.8000
Blade Material:
5Cr15MoV
Blade Hardness (HRC):
55-58
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
Closed Length:
10.3000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Youtube Link:
Wo7qULaVOOA
Handle Material:
Aluminium
Blade Type:
Part-Serrated
Blade Shape:
Tanto
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
207
Lock Type:
Liner Lock
Handle Detail:
1060 Aluminum
Newest:
2016-05-19 00:00:00
Designer:
Hans Florine
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
61.9500
GTIN:
00794023925005

Description


You can take that bivouac on with one hand.


The Bivy™ riggers multi-tool has an easy single-handed operation for when your other one is busy with rigging or holding yourself in place during an emergency.


Hans Florine of Lafayette, CA designed the Bivy™. A world-record holding speed climber and rigger for the famous Bandaloop Vertical Dance Troupe, he knows what it's like to reach for something higher. That's why he created a quality tool that works both on skyscrapers and mountains that scrape the sky.


With this revolutionary multi-tool you just press the button and spring-assisted pliers jump into action and are available for use. A comforting thought for those who are at the end of their rope.


The Bivy™ can also take care of any tasks you throw its way on a planned or unplanned bivouac. A folding knife with a locking liner safety, marlinspike, and Phillips and flathead screwdrivers are there for you or a friend who may be calling for help.


The Bivy™ is the multi-tool to put in your hand when you barely have a free one to spare.


U.S. Patent No. 8,037,787

Specification


SKU:
CR9250
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.3000
Overall Length:
17.8000
Blade Material:
5Cr15MoV
Blade Hardness (HRC):
55-58
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
Closed Length:
10.3000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Youtube Link:
Wo7qULaVOOA
Handle Material:
Aluminium
Blade Type:
Part-Serrated
Blade Shape:
Tanto
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
207
Lock Type:
Liner Lock
Handle Detail:
1060 Aluminum
Newest:
2016-05-19 00:00:00
Designer:
Hans Florine
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
61.9500
GTIN:
00794023925005

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  • 3
    UPDATE

    Posted by John T on 17th Apr 2017

    Mine fell apart after a few months, sadly: the locking mechanism just ceased to function. Heinnie - in their usual excellent service - replaced it but I'll confess it hasn't had much use since: I'm a bit scared of it coming apart again!

  • 4
    Pretty good

    Posted by John T on 10th Jun 2016

    Mine arrived today so these are my initial impressions only. Well made with a sharp knife blade the pliers deploy one handed but will need two (of course) to fold back into the handle. The jaws meet very well indeed (capable of grabbing hairs is how well they are machined) and a re a good size. My only complaint is that the grip side of one plier handle - when deployed - is quite uncomfortable so yuo wont be putting a lot of pressure on them to grip with the pliers unless your wearing gloves or it's a real emergency.

    Yools are ok - a spike for rope work, a '2d' phillips and a medumj sized flat. They all lock out using the same control that flicks the plier head out, but in reverse (ie there's no chance when locking the tools or unlocking them that you could deploy the sprung pliers unless you are particulalrly cack handed).

    Value for money wise, it's the same sort of price as a (Leatherman) sidekick but lacks the bottle opener and saw. It's more expensive than the wingman and lacks scissors. It's a good tool - hence four stars - but you are going to really want to have the spring pliers and the rope spike and not worry about hurting youre fingers with the plier handle.