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Titanium Dive Knife

A dive knife is an essential tool for scuba enthusiasts. These knives can even be lifesaving if you become entangled underwater. A rust-resistant titanium dive knife is available in many different styles.

What is a titanium dive knife used for?

Scuba divers use their knives primarily for cutting. Rope, lines, and kelp are just a few of the things they may need to cut through. The knives can also be used in spearfishing. A speared fish that is struggling can be dispatched with the dive knife.

What is the advantage of titanium for a dive knife?

Titanium is rust-resistant. Unlike stainless steel, it can be immersed in water without corroding and rusting. This means that it does not require the level of maintenance and cleaning that a stainless steel dive knife might. Titanium is also very hard, so a titanium knife will maintain a sharp edge through rigorous use.

What are the differences between serrated and non-serrated dive knives?

A non-serrated, or straight, blade is good for cutting through synthetic materials. This might include plastic lines and nylon rope. A serrated blade does well with natural materials, including kelp and natural-fiber rope. Many dive knives have both serrated and straight edges, giving you the advantages of both types. There should be enough length of each type to be truly useful.

What are the differences between blunt tips and sharp points?

Many scuba divers like the blunt tip. Most underwater tasks involve cutting, not piercing, so a sharp point is not necessary. Sharpness can even be a disadvantage since accidentally piercing an air line or cutting yourself could put you in danger. However, if you are spearfishing, you may prefer the sharp-pointed diving knife. Spearfishers often use their knives to kill fish that they have speared. The stabbing ability of a sharp knife is necessary for this task.

What size of titanium dive knives are available?

Titanium dive knives range in length from about 2 inches of blade to over 6 inches. Many people prefer a medium size of 4 to 6 inches, but it is really a matter of personal choice. If you have large hands, the small size may be difficult to grasp, while the longer diving knife may get in the way of a smaller person.

What optional features can you consider for titanium dive knives?

Titanium dive knives can come with a variety of different features. Some of these include:

  • A line cutter notch for cutting fishing line.
  • A metal butt on the handle for hammering on metal objects to draw attention.
  • Bright yellow accents on the handle to make it easier to see if dropped.
  • A well-fitting sheath that lets the dive knife be drawn with either hand.
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