Cressi Skorpion Dive Knife
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- Available in sharp drop tip or blunt tip
- One side of the stainless steel blade is straight edged; the other side has serrations along the edge along with a line cutter notch
- Japanese 420 Stainless Steel blade (Black sharp tip) for extra sharpness, or 304 Stainless Steel Blade (all colors of blunt tip versions and White sharp tip) for better corrosion resistance
- Total length of knife: 232mm (9.41 inches)
- Blade length: 110 mm (4.33 inches)
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Cressi, Since 1946
Cressi was founded in 1946 as a diving company rich in innovation, product design, development and manufacturing. An entirely family owned and operated Italian brand, Cressi was the first company to produce items such as the diving mask with dedicated nose pocket, and the adjustable open heel fins. Currently, Cressi created four subdivisions like Diving, Spear Fishing, Snorkeling and Swimming that are designed to fulfill the needs of the most demanding clients. The passion that stimulated the owners to start the company is still present and combined with the most advanced technology results in best and reliable products!
The Cressi Skorpion is a medium-sized knife made of Japanese 420 stainless steel with a strong, tempered blade. Great for scuba diving and ideal for spearfishing. One side of the stainless steel blade is straight-edged, the other one is serrated right along the blade. The sheath offers an easy-release mechanism allowing for one-hand release. The compact lightweight Skorpion is a great general purpose knife meeting needs of both the spearfishermen and scuba diver. It's important to remember a knife as it can be essential to have in emergencies, such as you or your buddy becoming entangled in rope, fishing line, or a net the knife is there to cut you free.
|Borg||Borg Blunt Tip||Skorpion||Lima||Alligator|
|Japanese 420 Steel; stainless steel blade that maintains a very sharp edge even after extensive use||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Sheath is separated from the blade by a small technopolymer thumb tab allowing one hand release.||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Comes With Leg or Arm Straps; allows you to place and adjust for easy access||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|A smooth edge on one side and partly serrated on the other||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Stainless steel butt cap; ideal for hammering||✓||✓||✓|
|Anatomical, non-slip handle with finger molds||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Comes With Leg or Arm Straps.
making the placement of your knife easy, comfortable, and always accessible to you.
Anatomical, Non-Slip Handle
Our anatomical, non-slip handle is made from a soft grip material for a comfortable grip and comes with anatomical moulding for the fingers to fit into.
Knife Size Comparison Chart
|Color||Black blunt tip (304 Stainless)|
|Package Height||1.4 x 3 x 10.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
A diver's knife is truly a tool - useful for tasks from cutting fishing line to pointing out marine life to signaling to a dive buddy by knocking on your scuba tank. The Cressi Skorpion knife is a well-balanced divers knife with a strong tempered blade that is very popular with scuba divers and free divers alike. Features: Available in sharp drop tip or blunt tip. One side of the stainless steel blade is straight edged; the other side has serrations along the edge along with a line cutter notch. Sheath with locking mechanism to allow a one-hand release. Two knife straps included to attach the sheath to your leg.
Top Customer Reviews
After just 1 dip in the ocean, part of the handle started to rust. Completely unacceptable.
Also, the plastic holder and strap weren't designed by a smart person. The plastic piece that holds the knife has uncomfortable square edges that come in contact with the leg. It's not ergonomic. It's shaped like it's made out of Legos. The rubber straps are also a joke. You have to poke holes in them yourself, and the rubber pulls on your leg hair. Not comfortable unless you're wearing a dive suit. While swimming, it doesn't stay in place unless you make it really tight like a tourniquet. If a smart person designed this, the straps would be made out of some kind of durable nylon material and the knife holder would be rounded and contour to the shape of a human leg.
I'll probably change the straps myself and make some modifications to make it work. And Cressi designers need to go back to the drawing board.
The blade appears to be sharp enough for it's intended purpose, but the product doesn't feel as high quality as other products I've seen from Cressi or other dive knifes out on the market.
I like the well designed leg (calf) straps. Wish they had included some lanyard cord as they have on other knives.