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Where is the Gerber Shard made?

Where is the Gerber Shard made?

Technical Details

Manufacturer ‎Gerber
Country of Origin ‎China
Item model number ‎30-001501NA
Color ‎Silver
Finish ‎Silver

What is Gerber Shard made of?

The Shard is made of stainless steel with a titanium coating, and it measures 2.75 inches. It’s backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Is the Gerber Shard TSA approved?

1. Gerber Shard Keychain Tool. Backed by a titanium nitride coating to help prevent against corrosion, this shard keychain includes a wire stripper, bottle opener, lanyard hole and more. It also comes with flat and Phillips head screwdrivers and is 100% airline safe.

What is a shard for?

shard \SHAHRD\ noun. 1 a : a piece or fragment of a brittle substance; broadly : a small piece or part : scrap. b : shell, scale; especially : elytron. 2 : a fragment of a pottery vessel found on sites and in refuse deposits where pottery-making peoples have lived.

Can I bring a Gerber dime on a plane?

Gerber Dime Travel A lot like the Leathermen, the Gerber Travel multi-tool is a fantastic TSA compliant tool. It contains a bottle opener, needle nose pliers, wire cutters, scissors, flathead screwdriver, wire stripper, and more. It is travel friendly as it does not contain a blade.

Can you wear jeans in the Shard?

Hello, The dress code for all the restaurants in the Shard is that we request diners do not wear sportswear or beachwear. Jeans would be acceptable, however please be aware that trainers of any kind can be considered sportswear, so we recommend wearing a more conventional style of shoe.

Can you fly with a Leatherman?

I’ve been a Leatherman fan for years, ever since I got my first little Leatherman Wave years ago. Yes, you can carry a multi-tool without a blade in your carry-on luggage. If your multi-tool has a blade, you’ll need to stash it in your checked baggage.

Can I fly with a multitool?

In general, you are prohibited from traveling with sharp objects in your carry-on bags. Multi-tools (multipurpose tools) with knives of any length are prohibited. Any sharp objects in checked bags should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and inspectors. …