British outdoorsman Bear Grylls had a fancy knife before, but it was really, really expensive. What if you didn't want to spend $US700 to stab something? Now a solution presents itself. A $US60 consumer-grade survival knife.
The knife has a serrated blade, a rubber grip, a stainless steel pommel (for hammering or knife-whipping someone) and an emergency whistle. The sheath has a fire starter, "land to air rescue instructions" and a diamond sharpener. There's a pocket guide on survival in case that land to air rescue doesn't work out.
It's also very useful that the Gerber Bear Grylls knife has his signature on it - this way when you stab an actual bear in a fight, it'll be like some sort of namesake-killing-synergy situation. I'm not sure what happens, exactly, you'll probably still poop your pants. [Amazon via Uncrate]