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In Search of a small Titanium BC Knife- anybody know of any?

Discussion in 'Knives and Cutting Tools' started by shoupart, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. shoupart

    shoupart Barracuda

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
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    Hello,
    I've been looking for a small BC titanium knife- I have a large titanium knife for my leg, but I think smaller is better and would really like to find a good BC knife that was as durable and easy to maintain as my current knife.
    Does anybody know of any knives like this?
     
  2. Akula

    Akula Guest

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    Ocean Master makes a small folding lock blade knife in titanium.
     
  3. Xman

    Xman Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Auckland, New Zealand.
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    Apollo make a couple of nice titanium BC knives. I have one, and am very happy with it.
     
  4. toomuchair

    toomuchair Angel Fish

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    Aquatec T-rex. titanium or stainless. BC mount or leg/arm straps..Very nice and light and alittle expensive..Check it out on thediveoutfitters.ca
     
  5. Babelfish

    Babelfish Nassau Grouper

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  6. Axeman

    Axeman Barracuda

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    The ocean master folding one is nice and compact and is so sharp you can shave with it right out of the box !
     
  7. Babelfish

    Babelfish Nassau Grouper

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    Are folding knives easy to use underwater? I haven't used one because I always thought it would be difficult with gloves on.

    :arrow:
     
  8. PhilD

    PhilD Nassau Grouper

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    I have a T-Rex, and it is a great little knife and very easy to handle and use.
     
  9. ReeseTD

    ReeseTD Angel Fish

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    Wenoka makes a nice dive knife it not your normal scuba gear name but i realy like it alot its call the Little Squeeze. I like the why it locks down and can still get at it with my heavy gloves on. To unlock the knight both sides of the handle have to be squeezed to get it to unlock. So to take it out you just grip that handle and your ready to rock and role. No flips or buttens.
    If you all have the time to look it up let me know what you think of it. Personly i like it and will not be changing to another knife unless i lose it or some major faults are found
     
  10. T_Mancini

    T_Mancini Guest

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    I have a question about the titanium. I know it is good to protect from the rust but how durable are they. I was going to buy the Ocean Master Titanium Knife and the shop owner told me to reconsider so here I am asking for everyones opinion. He said that each time I dive the knife gets weaker and weaker especially at greater depths...

    Is this true and if so what knife is good against rust and tough enough to last for a long time???

    Tim
     

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