Scuba Diver Knives Diving Gear Knife Navy Seal Sheath Blue

September 1, 2015 - Comment

Overall Length: 9 inches Blade Length: 4-5/8 inches Blade Material: Stainless Steel (Type 420 J2) Handle: Contoured Grip Handles (Blue) Sheath: ABS High Impact-Resistant Thermoplastic w/ Arm & Leg Straps Product Features Overall Length: 9 inches Blade Lenght: 4-5/8 inches Blade Material: Stainless Steel (Type 420 J2) Handle: Contoured Grip Handles (Blue) Sheath: ABS High

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Overall Length: 9 inches
Blade Length: 4-5/8 inches
Blade Material: Stainless Steel (Type 420 J2)
Handle: Contoured Grip Handles (Blue)
Sheath: ABS High Impact-Resistant Thermoplastic w/ Arm & Leg Straps

Product Features

  • Overall Length: 9 inches Blade Lenght: 4-5/8 inches
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel (Type 420 J2)
  • Handle: Contoured Grip Handles (Blue)
  • Sheath: ABS High Impact-Resistant Thermoplastic Arm & Leg Straps

Comments

Brooke Wray says:

Great Knife, Excellent Company! I ordered one of these to use on my multi-day kayak trips. I decided to go with a diver’s knife cause I wanted something that would not instantly rust if it got wet, and I since I usually wear gym shorts in the kayak I needed something that I could strap to my leg instead of a belt. I just got back from my first trip with it on a river, so I can’t attest to it’s salt water use, but here is my experience with it… 

sojourner says:

11 bucks and five minutes with lube or risk loosing another $60 – $80 dollar dive knife? Daily user on Waikiki reefs. Before I go out with it, I carefully pry open the locking spring and goop a bunch of vaseline in, or else it will rust. The Vaseline will stay in and protect from rust for many many dives. I went through three knives at 60 to 80 bucks each before I discovered these on Amazon. Great bang for the buck. Just need to do simple maintenance or dont cry about rust. If you don’t want rust, grease it or put out 80 bucks…Oh yea, almost forgot. Throw the straps in the trash and get a ten dollar pair from the nearest quality dive store. Has lasted me years with constant wear.UPDATE: After 1 year my 11 dollar dive knife fell away into the abyss! I’m on my backup knife now. See pic about removing spring and adding lot’s of petroleum jelly.

Joshua Steendam says:

Great bang for the buck! Nice knife! Large grip makes it easy to use with wet hands. Comfortable straps, could use a second loop for the end to keep secured. I was just a little disappointed when I found rust spots at the end of the day.

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