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Both Blades broke on my Gerber fisherman 600 multitool anyone know of a warranty? Probably 5 years old.

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I have no idea. Question though.. How did you break both?

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Broke the normal blades cutting off the end of a tube of caulking. And the serrated one yesterday stripping a wire for the boats trailer lights.Had the coating cut all the way around the wire so I pinched it between the blade and my thumb to slide it off, SNAP!!

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It was a mail in Freebie I got when I recived a nice rod and reel as a gift but I think they are around 40-50 bucks for a new one.

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I was just woundering cause I have done alot with my Gerber and I don't seem to be able to break it. I will look into the warr. thing for you..

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You can contact Gerber warranty dept at 1800-950-6161.

Just tell the the model # and that the blades are broke. They will either repair, replace or sell you new blades. You might want to check the bargan cave for current prices before hand just in case.

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This would be the first I heard of Gerber knife blades breaking.

I once had a Terminator series Gerber which I really like, but those darn stickers grips fell off. I kind of like those rubberize grips, but I wished I would have seen it when it fell off.

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