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Knife Scuba Gear Videos

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Scuba Knife videos

Seac Rip Fish Stainless Steel Knife Video Review

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Seac Rip Fish Stainless Steel Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Seac Rip Fish Stainless Steel Knife. The Seac Rip FIsh features a high-performance martensitic stainless steel with a hardness rating over 56 HRC and is 100% corrosion resistant. It has a serrated top edge and straight bottom edge and comes with two depth compensating leg straps. The Knife has a shockproof Rip-Lock sheath for attaching to HP/LP hoses and a tank banging tip on handle with a single action locking system sheath. The removable hilt makes knife easier to clean. The Seac Rip Fish Stainless Steel Knife features a blade length of 3 inches and an overall length of 6.9 inches.

XS Scuba Fogcutter X Dive Knife Video Review

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XS Scuba Fogcutter X Dive Knife Video Review

This demonstration video goes over the features of the XS Scuba Fogcutter X Dive Knife. The Fogcutter is the biggest scissors style knife made. There are built in scissors that cut easily through line, net, rope, kelp. The Fogcutter is made of a strong 420 stainless steel blade with a tank banging tip on the handle. Comes with positive-locking sheath and depth compensating leg straps.

Scuba Deluxe Neoprene Knife Wrap Video Review

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Scuba Deluxe Neoprene Knife Wrap Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Deluxe Neoprene Knife Wrap. The Knife Wrap comes with a single velcro strap that locks knife sheath in place and double velcro leg straps prevent accidental slips. It works in combination with existing knife sheaths and is a convenient way to hold your knife sheath.

Scuba Stainless Steel Dive Knife Video Review

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Scuba Stainless Steel Dive Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Stainless Steel Dive Knife. The Scuba Stainless Steel Dive Knife is made of 420 stainless steel. It features a serrated top edge and built-in line cutter with a tank banging tip on handle. Two depth compensating leg straps allow you to keep your knife handy along with the single action locking system sheath for storage.

Scuba Titanium Dive Knife Video Review

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Scuba Titanium Dive Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Titanium Dive Knife. The Scuba Titanium Dive Knife is 100% corrosion resistant which means it will not rust. Generally, titanium combines durability, sharpness, hardness, strength and abrasion resistance so it is a very dependable and strong knife. It features a serrated top edge and built-in line cutter with a tank banging tip on handle. Two depth compensating leg straps allow you to keep your knife handy along with the single action locking system sheath for storage.

Scuba BC Knife Video Review

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Scuba BC Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba BC Knife. The Scuba BC Knife is made of 420 stainless steel. It features a serrated top edge and built-in line cutter with a tank banging tip on handle. Two depth compensating leg straps allow you to keep your knife handy along with the single action locking system sheath for storage.

Scuba Titanium BC Knife Video Review

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Scuba Titanium BC Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Titanium BC Knife. The Scuba Titanium BC Knife is 100% corrosion resistant which means it will not rust. Generally, titanium combines durability, sharpness, hardness, strength and abrasion resistance so it is a very dependable and strong knife. It features a serrated top edge and built-in line cutter with a tank banging tip on handle. Two depth compensating leg straps allow you to keep your knife handy along with the single action locking system sheath for storage.

Armor Titanium Dive Knife Video Review

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Armor Titanium Dive Knife Video Review

This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Armor Titanium Dive Knife. The Armor Titanium Dive Knife is 100% corrosion resistant which means it will not rust. Generally, titanium combines durability, sharpness, hardness, strength and abrasion resistance so it is a very dependable and strong knife. It features a serrated top edge and built-in line cutter with a tank banging tip on handle. Two depth compensating leg straps allow you to keep your knife handy along with the single action locking system sheath for storage. Comes in Sharp knife tip only.

Differences Between Titanium Knives and Stainless Steel Knives Instructional Video Review

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Differences Between Titanium Knives and Stainless Steel Knives Instructional Video Review

There are several differences between Stainless Steel and Titanium dive knives. The first and most obvious being that one is made from some grade of stainless steel and the other is made of titanium.

Stainless steel knives get their name from the low grade of the material they are made from. The stainless steel helps prevent corrosion but unfortunately to make the knife strong an amount of carbon is added to the alloy.

Titanium dive knives won’t rust like their steel counterparts, and in general, hold an edge much better. They are much lighter in weight but equally as strong and for this reason alone, they are often one of the more attractive choices for a diver.

There are several important features to either knife that the diver should look for. On the blade, it is very important for the knife to have a serrated edge. Another important feature is a line cutter. Finally a handy feature is a tank banger on the butt end of the knife. It can assist with signaling of a dive buddy and works as a great attention getter during a dive.