Scuba Diving Knife & Tools

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  1. EVO Spearfishing Knife
    List Price: $49.99 Price: $34.99 & FREE Shipping You save: $15.00 (30.01%)
  2. XS SCUBA Fogcutter Recon Stainless-Steel Blunt Tip Dive Knife
    List Price: $110.00 Price: $99.95 & FREE Shipping You save: $10.05 (9.14%)
  3. EVO 420 Stainless Blunt Scuba Dive Knife
    List Price: $49.95 Price: $31.99 & FREE Shipping You save: $17.96 (35.96%)
  4. EVO Titanium Point Scuba Dive Knife
    List Price: $99.99 Price: $94.99 & FREE Shipping You save: $5.00 (5%)
  5. JBL Saber Fillet Knife
    List Price: $42.00 Price: $37.80 & FREE Shipping You save: $4.20 (10%)
  6. Salvimar Predathor 6.3" Stainless-Steel Pointed Tip Dive Knife
    List Price: $42.00 Price: $35.95 & FREE Shipping
  7. Sea Snips Cutting Tool with Holster
    List Price: $13.99 Price: $12.99 & FREE Shipping
  8. DeluxeScuba Dive Knife Wrap 15 Inch
    List Price: $5.99 Price: $4.99 & FREE Shipping
  9. Scubamaster Scuba Dive Tool
    List Price: $36.99 Price: $35.99 & FREE Shipping
  10. Scuba Multi Tool
    List Price: $24.99 Price: $23.99 & FREE Shipping You save: $1.00 (4%)

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Having the right dive knife makes it easier to handle the surprises found underneath the waves. Whether cutting yourself free of entanglements, checking out a wreck, or for safety, the multi-purpose scuba knife is one of the most valuable tools in any diver’s kit. Here you will also find accessories like knife keepers, wraps, and multi-purpose scuba tools for maintaining your scuba equipment.

Dive Knives, Dive Knife, Scuba Knife & Tools

Many divers want a dive knife, and we offer several diving knife options from the best manufacturers in the business. From blunt tip dive knives and sharp tip dive knives, to titanium or stainless steel. Additionally, don't forget to protect your scuba knife from rust by using silicone.

Most dive knives fall between two and five inches, with smaller blades being easier to handle and larger knives providing more edge to work with. Serrated edges are best when cutting natural materials like rope or kelp, while straight edges are best for synthetics like plastic or nylon fishing lines. Blunt dive knives are considered safer as they are less likely to puncture a BCD or wetsuit, while pointed dive knives are popular as spearfishing knives because they make it easier to apprehend your catch. A stainless steel dive knife is the most common selection due to the price savings, but low-maintenance titanium dive knives are valued very highly for their ability to hold an edge and resist corrosion. In addition to a selection of dive knife wraps and straps, we also carry a full selection of scuba tools for working on your kit.

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