Promate Titanium Scuba Divining Knife

A Review

Promate Titanium Scuba Diving Knife Review

Overview

There are a number of dive knives that the brand Promate has made in time past. Among all of them, the Titanium stands out as one of the very best to be recommended for any kind of water condition and diver experience level. It has a high-quality handle grip that is comfortably covered with protruding studs for better-reinforced grip and security. You will agree that this is an endearing feature. In this Promate Titanium knife review, we shall be discussing all the great features that it delivers while hinting on a few of the cons that come with it.

Based on your choice, preference of use need, you can either go for the blunt tipped or the sharp tipped Promate titanium knife. Besides this option, all the blade comes with an ankle sheath that can be conveniently and comfortably strapped to your ankle while you dive. This makes the knife be within your reach at every time you are in the water diving.

This knife is made entirely with titanium material, and it also has a hammer nub situated at the base of the knife’s handle which can come in handy when you need to use one. This knife is very sharp right out of the box and thanks to the line cutter and ridged back edge, will have you covered for 99% of situations you would need it for.

In design Promate Titanium dive knife has a half serrated blade with a line cutter notch and a half straight edge blade. This is by far the most popular design for a knife and for good reason. The ergonomically designed handle is made from a soft, easy to grip rubber molded handle that won’t slip. Big enough for just about anybody to hold and use comfortably.

Promate dive knife comes designed with a titanium blade that is a little bit short of 5 inches and blunt tip for safety. It is serrated on one side and has a smooth cutting edge on the other end and then an additional line cutter for a complete scuba diving knife need.

Promate Titanium Knife Review

The Promate Scuba Dive Titanium Knife is an affordable item, so you don’t have to worry about a costly option. The handle has an integrated, full tang that provides full support and a good grip to the user. There is also a small titanium hammer designed to handle small objects. So, in all, it makes a perfect fit for our list of best dive knives.

Being that it is made from titanium, the blade is known for its excellent sharpness retention. The tip is blunt and safe to use, while still offering high-quality performance. In case you need to clean it, the design allows divers to disassemble it from the handle for simple cleaning.

The straps are readily available, and the included sheath will keep the diver’s knife close and secure, to protect them from injury while diving. The straps have a safety locking system that keeps this tool, safely attached to the diver’s belt or thigh. A very high-quality diving knife that won’t break the bank. Certainly worth a look

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Specs

Steel Material Premium Grade Titanium
Handle Material Rubber and Plastic
Knife Tip Style Blunt Tip
Blade Length 2.56 Inches (65 mm)
Blade Style Fixed Blade
Blade Type Partially Serrated
Sheath Has a Compact Sheath System

 

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Features

  • Compact Knife Design
  • Standard sheath for fastening to ankle
  • Soft Over-Molding Hand Grip for Secure Hold and Ease-of-Use
  • Hammer at the base
  • Blade Length: 2.56″ (65 mm)
  • High grade titanium: Prevents Blade Surface from Oxidizing
  • Blunt Tip and sharp tip Design
  • Multi-Tool Function
  • Blade: Partially-Serrated Edge
  • Noncorrosive Impact Resistant Plastic Sheath


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Pros and Cons

PROS:
  • Has an ankle sheath
  • Compact sized and sharpened out of the box
  • Made of high-grade titanium
  • Has hammer at the base in case it is needed

CONS:
  • Relatively costly

 

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Editors’ Opinion

Based on your choice, preference of use need, you can either go for the blunt tipped or the sharp tipped Promate titanium knife. Besides this option, all the blade comes with an ankle sheath that can be conveniently and comfortably strapped to your ankle while you dive.

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