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Top 10 Dive Knives | #Top10 #scuba #knife | @ScubaDiverMagazine


Top 10 Dive Knives | #Top10 #scuba #knife | @Scuba Diver Magazine
Ten of my favorite scuba diving knives and cutting tools for 2022 in a range of styles
#scuba #scubadiving #scubadiver
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00:00 – Intro
01:26 – Travel
02:37 – Gloves
04:06 – Safety
05:36 – Newcomer
06:52 – BCD
07:53 – Flex
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Tim Summers
Tim Summers
5 months ago

The variation in design is unbelievable when it comes to dive knives.

BeastfromtheEast1
BeastfromtheEast1
11 months ago

Paracord looks cool but personally its not practical it comes loose over time and can open gaps, and if its survival situation the last thing you need is for it to come loose and get in the way. But for a first time use it should be ok, but would you risk you life on it, its a cheap way for them to finish the knife

Gage Link
Gage Link
11 months ago

Dudes seriously explaining how a sheath works. “…. And there’s no moving parts, just grab it and pull it out”

cozyjetlag
cozyjetlag
11 months ago

I just checked if you included the aquateo t-rex, but u didn’t, that’s a beast itself, check out my videos if you wanna laugh

Cassius Dio
Cassius Dio
1 year ago

yeah don’t stab the shark just let it kill you.

Seattle Ring Hunter
Seattle Ring Hunter
1 year ago

10:07 that tree limb saw is crazy, However if you need to cut two inch thick braided rope under water this beast should make easier work of it. Obviously not for the standard recreational diver but under specific working diver needs that is a bad ass cutting tool. I have cut though a two inch braided rope clearing some trash under water before with an AquaLung squeeze blade and the titanium serrations actually accomplished the task but the short length of the knife sawing at thirty feet deep was a task and a half to say the lest. Obviously these knives are application specific but we appreciate you sharing what’s available across a wide range of dive applications. Cheers, #SeattleRingHunter

Daniel Ricardo
Daniel Ricardo
1 year ago

On some of my favorite local dive spots, it is illegal to carry an actual knife, so for these spots I only carry an Eezycut. On other places, I have both the Eezycut and another knife that is very similar in design to the DIR Zone Dive knife

EmmaH89
EmmaH89
1 year ago

After watching this I went to have a look how expensive that Scubapro Jawz thing is….wow 😂 Who on earth would buy that thing at that price?!

Brandon McHenry
Brandon McHenry
1 year ago

You miss out on other excellent dive knives that are not made by a “dive gear manufacturer” such as the Benchmade 112SBK H2O and 112SBK SOML(Official Navy Rescue Swimmer Knife)

Neil Egerton
Neil Egerton
1 year ago

Best thing about the DIR Zone knife is the sheath. Throw out the knife before the blade falls out and lets you down. Buy a serrated tomato knife (like the Victorinox) and cut it down and round the edge with a file. Ezycut for fine lines.

Joseph dracula
Joseph dracula
1 year ago

👍more good stuff 👍

alle_namen_schon_vergeben
alle_namen_schon_vergeben
1 year ago

But why is the trilobytes vide segment called “Flex”? 😀

Sam Moyers
Sam Moyers
1 year ago

I like your series Mark and that you are on SCUBA Diver Magazine.
I believe you will find that the “blunt” tip knives originally came out due to breaking pointed tips off while prying. The “safety” angle came many years later with new advertising, and less emphasis on the prying aspect of the blunt blades. I broke several tips off of my knives, “back in the day” and was glad the blunt blades came out. (My metal working skills did not serve me well when trying to reshape the broken blade tips with a flat blunt end…😑)
Dive safe. 🙂

Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Sam Moyers
1 year ago

That makes a lot of sense. I have a couple de-pointed knives now after trying to use them as a prying tool…

Diver Dave
Diver Dave
1 year ago

…mmm maybe I have been very LUCKY since I started Scuba diving 43 years ago but I never ever needed to use my Wenoka 7 inch stainless steel dive knife . it has a blunt tip for prying – a sharp knife edge – a saw tooth top of the blade and a line cutting hook. the top of the handle also has a hammer head surface and the handle is bright yellow so it can easily be seen when needed ! I do remember that it was an expensive knife but it still works if its ever needed and I do strap it on for every dive .

Leopold Bloom
Leopold Bloom
1 year ago

I carry a aqualung small squeeze titanium and I love it. The only downside is that for some reason in the titanium version they don’t have a blunt tip option. I thought about grinding the tip off, but I‘m not sure if the knife is massive titanium or steel with a layer of titanium on the outside, in which case I‘d ruin it by grinding off that layer. Good or bad idea? #askmark

Isaac Salas
Isaac Salas
1 year ago

For my personal set up I have a Spiderco Salt rescue knife, a bit on the expensive side but its the best dive knife I’ve used, for renting I’ve purchased a couple of Scuba choice foldable and I’ve pleasantly surprised they have held up really well

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