The Oceanic Dive Knife Guide  

Find a complete directory of Oceanic dive knife and associated scuba equipment.
  Titanium Dive Knife
Machined from a solid piece of Titanium Alloy, built into a sturdy, corrosion-proof and unbelievably lightweight dive tool. Featuring a maintenance-free edge, line cutter, serrated edge, and metal butt for signaling.
Pointed and blunt tip version available
Titanium alloy construction eliminates corrosion, is lightweight and stronger than steel
Includes leg straps, wrist lanyard, and easy release DelrinŽ sheath modeled after hand gun friction holsters
  The Blade Dive Knife
The Ultimate dive tool, Try the Blade if you're looking for a competitively priced knife with enough heft to get the job done. The Blade knife has a medium sized blade and a uniquely contoured handle for an easy grip.
Oversized hilt protects your hand from sliding onto the blade
Solid stainless steel blades feature razor-sharp smooth and serrated cutting edges
Available in a sharp or blunt tip
Stainless steel butt plate for signaling
Includes sheath designed with a quick release for one-handed operation and leg straps
  Spinner Dive Knife
Designed to mount on an Oceanic BC, leg or arm, the Spinner Knife is a compact solution perfectly suited to the streamlined diver.
Solid 304 stainless steel blades feature razor-sharp smooth and serrated cutting surfaces
Line cutter and metal butt for signaling
Available in a sharp or blunt tip
Compact quick-release sheath features a one-hand release
Comes standard with leg or arm straps and an Oceanic BC mounting kit



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