Titanium Dive Knife with Scabbard
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SEAC USATitanium Dive Knife with Scabbard

$114.99

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Model # 20223186 | Mfg # 0550022520000AUPC # 887728126089
SEAC USA
Titanium Dive Knife with Scabbard

$114.99

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Titanium Dive Knife with Scabbard

Name Value
Type Knife
Best Use Diving

Product Overview

SEAC USA Titanium Dive Knife with Scabbard

Seac Titanium is ideal partner for those looking for a very lightweight underwater knife for scuba diving. Total blade + handle: 3.52 oz. The 3.66 inches blade is made of titanium, with a smooth edge and a serrated edge.

Total blade + handle: 8.26 in. The handle is flat with a practical symmetrical "Double Release System" to release and engage Seac Titanium with any hand and from both sides. Two straps included in the package to fasten the scabbard of the diving knife on the calf or on the forearm.

Warning! It is recommended to always rinse with fresh water and to dry well with fabric or absorbent paper both the knife and the scabbard separately after each dive, even if the knife was only worn and not used, since the scabbard is not watertight.

Features:

  • Blade Length: 3.66" (9.3cm)], Overall Length: 8.26" (21cm)
  • Partial Serrated Edge Blade Design with Trailing Point Tip & Line Cutter
  • Very Lightweight Knife is Virtually Corrosion Free, Durable Plastic Handle Equipped w/Sure Grip Texture
  • Eyelet On Handle Butt End for Attachment of Lanyard or Clip, Eyelet On Handle Butt End for Attachment of Lanyard or Clip
 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and [compounds], which is is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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