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MAKO TITANIUM KNIFE
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THE ULTIMATE COMPACT DIVE KNIFE

Made from hardened titanium, this lightweight knife is known for its corrosion-free cutting performance.

 

An old adage among divers is, it's better to have a knife and not need it, than to need a knife and not have it. At the same time, you don't want to swim around with a Samurai sword strapped to your leg. This is where the MAKO TITANIUM excels. It's so light and compact you won't even know it's there, yet its titanium blade is incredibly strong, resists rust, and has the hardness to take and to hold a sharp edge.

The MAKO TITANIUM is 7.5 inches long overall, with a 3.35-inch multi-function blade that includes a serrated edge -- best for sawing through rope, a conventional edge -- best for making clean slicing cuts, a line-cutting notch and a bottle opener. The Tanto tip, with its angled shape, is one of the strongest knife points available and, combined with the different blade edges, makes the MAKO TITANIUM an excellent general-purpose dive knife.

The MAKO TITANIUM's handle offers plenty of gripping area as well as thumb guards to keep the knife from slipping. Included is a locking sheath with a convenient one-hand release mechanism, plus a kit for mounting onto a BC or a hose.

Technical Information

  • Made from hardened titanium for light weight, long life and corrosion-free cutting performance.
  • Conventional edge slices easily through numerous materials.
  • Serrated edge is ideal for sawing through heavier ropes and branches.
  • Line-cutting notch is able to handle small rope and fishing line.
  • Bottle opener is provided for after-dive convenience.
  • Sheath's unique locking mechanism allows for one-hand release.
  • Length of knife blade: 3.35in.
  • Overall length of knife: 7.50in.
  • Weight (with sheath): 5.71oz.
  • Weight (knife alone): 2.08oz.

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WARNING: When diving, you must follow the rules and apply the skills taught by a recognized scuba diving certification agency. Before taking part in any diving activity, it is mandatory to have successfully completed a scuba diving course. Information on this website does not replace a diving instruction course.