Available in titanium or stainless steel, this lightweight knife is known for its corrosion-free cutting performance.
An old adage among divers is, it’s better to have a knife and not need it, than to need a knife and not have it. At the same time, you don’t want to swim around with a Samurai sword strapped to your leg. This is where the MAKO excels.
The MAKO is 7.5 inches long overall, with a 3.35-inch multi-function blade that includes a serrated edge — best for sawing through rope, a conventional edge — best for making clean slicing cuts, a line-cutting notch and a bottle opener. The Tanto tip, with its angled shape, is one of the strongest knife points available and, combined with the different blade edges, makes the MAKO an excellent general-purpose dive knife.
The MAKO’s handle offers plenty of gripping area as well as thumb guards to keep the knife from slipping. Included is a locking sheath with a convenient one-hand release mechanism, plus a kit for mounting onto a BC or a hose.