Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I broke the carbide cutter inserts on my bladeless Gerber Multi-plier 600 a while ago. Then I went to Gerber's homepage and noticed that those cutters have a 5 year record of bad reviews, mostly for the same reason, so I guess a lot of people have had the same problem. Have Gerber ever addressed this in any way, and if so how? People have suggested making the inserts out of steel instead (like Leatherman does), has there been any talk about that from Gerber? It really seems like the way to go. The bladeless Gerber tool that I've got is pretty much indispensable for my work, since there isn't any other multi tool that has both one hand opening, no knife and replacable cutters. It would just be really great if they could fix this problem.