420 stainless steel blade with sheath able to be worn on belt. The blade measures 7,5 cm.
... Lock dive knives are preferred by divers around the world. The patented Squeeze Lock design allows the diver to securely lock the knife in its sheath while offering a quick and easy release with a simple ...
Grip is a small-sized knife with a tapered blade that makes it ideal for spearfishing and scuba diving.
Double edge 83x4mm 304 AISI stainless steel blade with wire cutter and shackle keySheath with double lock: shaft with soft grip and protective guardDelivered with attachment kits for a stabilizer jacket and inflator hose
DESCRIPTION Soft overmolded ergonomic handle Fits on Mares BCDs, bags and hoses Easy release system, even with gloves
If you're a fan of full-sized dive knives you're going to appreciate SCUBAPRO's all-purpose K6. Featuring a quality stainless steel blade with a traditional clip point, the K6 offers a fine hollow-ground cutting edge ...
DESCRIPTION Dive knife with AISI 420 tempered stainless steel blade. Blade 120-mm long, with straight edge on one side and serrated edge + line cutter on the other. Hand grip covered in thermoplastic ...
Description Divers universal knife new (420 stainless steel; blade length: 15 cm/5,9″) High quality and professional design. Serrations and line cutter. 2 in 1 knife plus scissors function.
Knife Scissors Combo is a fantastic multi-purpose knife with integrated cutting shears. The knife features a 4.5 inch 420 stainless steel blade, with a sharp cutting edge and a serrated ...
Knive with a 8,5cm blade in AISI420 stainless steel. Black finish. Supplied with a velcro hand strap and ankle straps.
STAINLESS STEEL BLADE WITH ERGONOMIC HANDLE SHEAT AND STRAP INCLUDED 9 cm / 3.5” BLADE LENGTH 23.7 cm / 9.3” OVERALL LENGTH 278 gr / 0.6 lbs OVERALL WEIGHT WITH SHEAT
Assassin Teflon Coated Dive Knife 12 cm blade with Teflon anti reflective black coating, manufactured from 420 stainless steel with added molybdenum, ensuring maximum levels of rust resistance. Includes ...
5” titanium blade (overall length 10.25”) No rust titanium blade with stainless steel butt cap Serrated top edge and line cutter for safety High-impact sheath and rubber leg straps included
4" blade Titanium - wont rust! QD Rubber Knife straps included Colors: Black (K), Clear (C), Yellow (Y)
The FK-940ti X-Pert II knife is made from high quality Ti-6Al-4V titanium and can be easily disassembled for cleaning and maintenance.
Atomic Aquatics Ti6 Titanium Dive Knife Once again, an exotic material wins the day One of the biggest problems with dive knives is corrosion and Atomic solves that issue with a ...
The Shiv-X $55.00 Introducing The Shiv-X, the perfect knife for freediving. It features solid 416 stainless steel construction for corrosion resistance and maximum sharpness retention, no-slip ergonomic polymer handle, ...
... 's tough enough to handle years of use and abuse. Scuba Knife, Dive Knife, Diving Knife, Underwater Knife, Scuba Folding Knife, ...
... Sabre - NEW 2017 New PICASSO Sabre knife in AISI 420 Stainless Steel. Especially designed to be used on the leg, it includes two straps and a plastic sheath with a quick push safety mechanism to release the knife ...
Knife with 9cm blade for placement on the belt made of stainless steel and it is coated with black teflon.
TITANIUM DIVE KNIFE Military Grade Titanium Blade Construction Sheath mountable on weight belt or with straps "Snap-Lock" Release
How to choose this product
A dive knife can have a variety of configurations with a mix of features. It is made to withstand the rigors of saltwater immersion.
These knives are used by boaters and divers for cutting lines or nets fouling a propeller or trapping a diver, removing fish from a spear, overturning a rock, probing the sand and numerous other tasks.
Such knives can have single- or double-edged blades, with pointed or blunt tip. While some few have folding blades, the vast majority slide into a plastic or rubber sheath strapped to the diver's leg or attached to the BCD. Some are equipped with a locking mechanism to prevent inadvertent loss.
Most blades are stainless steel, though titanium and chrome/molybdenum models also exist. Handles are simple prolongations of the metal blade or covered with PVC or rubber, often scored or shaped to improve grip. Other possible features include, serrations, a notch for line cutting and a scissors function.
How to choose
The knife should always be carried in its sheath. A folding knife may prove more generally useful since some locales prohibit carrying fixed-blade models in public.