Promate Point Tip Scuba Dive BC Knife (3" Blade)
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- Small and versatile tool for diving snorkeling
- 420 stainless steel blade
- Single action button locking system sheath
- Sharp at the point and one side of blade and serrated edge at another side.
- Small notch toward the handle to cut line safely
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A small serrated blade will work great as a tool and is easier to attach in a variety of places. The molded sheath with pre-installed clips are designed for easy mounting, and can be placed on most places by velcro closure straps of BC or nylon tight straps.
Here is caring tips to prolong the use of knife: 1. rinse thoroughly in fresh water after each use. 2. dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. 3. apply lubricant on blade after drying.
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The knife fit well in my hands, but I do not have the biggest hands, it feels solid, the handle is hard plastic, not rubberized as I like, but the plastic will pbly last longer, and it is not slippery even when wet. The blade comes very sharp out of the box, and it is a full tang so should stand up well.
The case is nice as well, the knife clicks into place well, I have been looking for a smallish knife for a while and came across many with little plastic sheaths that hold the knife in with friction, and they have very mixed reviews. This has a physical tab on the knife, and clicks positively into the sheath. There is a tab on both sides of the knife so you can put it in the sheath either way. It does not come with straps, but has a vertical slot to pass your belt through as well as the spaces on the side to strap it on your leg.
Wearing it on my waste attached to my belt was uncomfortable because the handle stuck high up and kept sticking me in my belly. I found it most comfortable if worn sideways on your belt either in front just right or left of the buckle or at the back. Strapped to your thigh or ankle. Or on the strap of a backpack or hydration pack.
One con I found, there is a plastic bar that screws onto the back of the sheath to create the space to pass your belt, the plastic is a bit thin as I saw others say. But I honestly do not see it just breaking off. If it does, it is screwed on so it should not be too hard to invent something.
I like the knife and I'm keeping it on my PFD for kayaking, but I'll be getting something els for my spearfishing trips.
P.S. make sure to read what color your getting and don't depend on the photo. I ended up with a pretty pink one and I though I was getting red lol thank god for spray paint.
Here's what I did. I carry this knife while I'm at the beach snorkeling. I don't really have anything to affix it to, so I ditched the sheath and made a slimmer one out of kydex. Since I was ditching the stock sheath, the little nubs on the grip of the knife that lock it into the sheath could be removed. While I was removing the retention nubs, I reprofiled the grip to fit my hand a little better. I've got big hands. Once I was done, I used a checkering file to add a little jimping for more grippiness. Then I used some 150 and 220 sandpaper to smooth it all out and blend the grinding.
Once I was done this $20 knife felt like a $50 knife.
Totally worth it.
I bought this for hiking, not diving - it was a great decision.
This little guy straps on to backpacks very easily and is sharp and ready to go upon arrival.
DOES NOT COME WITH STRAPS, which is just fine, it doesn't advertise to, just keep that in mind.