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OR Summer Market – Gerber Introduces Freescape Series

Gerber introduced a new line of products called the Freescape Series. Available this month, the car camping line consists of Hatchet, Camp Kitchen Knife, Camp Paring knife, Folding Sheath Knife, Camp Saw, Camp Kitchen Kit, Flashlight, and two lantern styles.


The Hatchet’s sheath can be stowed in the handle for use so that you don’t lose it.


Below, you can see several of the new knives in the Freescape Series.


This video by Gerber gives you some info on the Camp Kitchen Knife.

Below, is the Flashlight which is a triangle shape so it won’t roll off.


Several of the items are already available including the Hatchet and Lanterns.


Both Large and Small Lanterns incorporate touch technology which allows you to turn them on and off as well as dim control with the touch of a finger.


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9 Responses to “OR Summer Market – Gerber Introduces Freescape Series”

  1. Subandsand says:

    What’s with the “zombie” green on all of it?

    • SSD says:

      Before it was Zombie Green it was just bright green. It’s so you can find your stuff while you are camping.

      • Subandsand says:

        I understood it was to make it hi viz but yellow, orange etc wouldn’t look like it was being made for the zombie market. I could see people not buying it for that reason. Just my 2 cents.

        • SSD says:

          The average outdoor customer has no idea what Zombie green even is. It will do just fine.

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  2. note says:

    The Freescape line is made in China.
    Gerber does make some knives and other gear in the US, to see what, type “USA” in the search box on their website.

    • Riceball says:

      Given that the Freescape line is aimed at the car camping crowd being made in China won’t make a difference and actually helps since it will reduce the cost of making these and thus their price. As an avid car camper I’m not going to pay hundreds of dollars for camp gear that I may or may not use but I think is kind of cool, bring the price down to $50 or less then it becomes much more affordable and justifiable. Sure, Gerber’s made in China stuff may not be as well made as their US made products but for its intended purpose and market demographic it”s good enough, it’s only for car camping so it’s not like your life depends on it, if it breaks while camping you just make do without it or you can always go into town and find a replacement if it’s that’s necessary.

  3. bulldog76 says:

    i wonder why it looks like fiskar stuff ……. /sarc