I would like to join the club. I am a big fun of Mp600. I need more..
Quote from: Antonis Zita on November 23, 2018, 09:21:11 AM I would like to join the club. I am a big fun of Mp600. I need more.. Coooooooool,like the yellow one,awesome. Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk
Quote from: Antonis Zita on November 23, 2018, 09:21:11 AM I would like to join the club. I am a big fun of Mp600. I need more.. Nice find with the yellow MP600 - Gerber haven't made any of their coloured MP600s for many years now, but they do pop up from time to time. IIRC there was also Red, Dark Blue, Orange & Dark Green in the "Build your own Gerber" program. They also made some prototypes in other colours, but I think these never made it to large scale production. The Tan (Operation Iraqi Freedom) and Camo MP600s did make it to production (but are also uncommon).
That Yellow is lovely Sam!
I personally dont like carrying anything in a sheath on my belt and multitools keep getting sideways in my pocket so i have to add a pocket clip to everything including this 600 i had laying around. Btw Home Depot had a good deal on the 600 basic without the inserts this week... At least near me.
Tan OIF MP600?Do tell.
Quote from: HarleyXJGuy on December 25, 2018, 04:44:25 AMTan OIF MP600?Do tell.See here for some photos (scroll down).https://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=18487.0They come up for sale on evilbay every now and then. The handles seem to discolour/get dirty when used.
Added a 1998 Yellow factory-painted MP600. The photos aren't good, because of the reflectivity of the paint, so will update those at some point.I probably won't buy another one of their painted tools, as the paint looks too easy to chip and they cost too much for chipped finishes. (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Shown with the red(cerakote) Snap-On.(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)And an MP600 group pic.(Image removed from quote.)
Thank you, Sam! The paint looks pretty good on the one I received, but you can see some chipping in the slide rail. Just from being opened a few times. It would be awesome if Gerber rereleased the yellow MP600 in cerakote with BO pliers & tools(bumblebee special..hehe). have to agree on the under ratedness. The way they are constructed seems to make people, who aren't tool guys, think they are junk. Mainly because of the rattle in the plier head, and of course, the stupid fakes that are everywhere make people think MP600s are junk.