Beskrivning och funktioner för Spetton Pointed Knife
Spetton Pointed Knife:
HANDLE: Anatomic, rubber
SHEATH: Flexible plastic
SAFETY: Elastic rubber ring
BLADE: One edge and serration
DIMENSIONS: 23 cm (overall length)
STRAPS: Two, rubber, adjustable
REMARKS: Recommended to finish off medium size fishes
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Freediving in Swedish waters is demanding regarding wetsuit and gloves/socks... which means you have to add more weights to your belt. This means that you quickly loose the free spirit that makes apnea-diving the bomb. Therefore I love high-quality, light-weight products in my arsenal. This knife is exactly that; small, but still big enough for easy use with gloves on, light weight, great grip, sharp blade, great material, sturdy straps. For me, the perfect free-diving knife for those who - like me - want the secure feeling of a good knife around their leg... And the price; well diveinn.com - you´ve done it again. The absensce of a line-cutter is not an issue for me, as the back of the knife has a great serrated adge. Thank you!
A small and light knife. Perfect for safety. Can also be used for killing and cleaning fishes. This is second time I order from Scubastore and they are just excellent!!
Looks just like a Riffe knife! Wonder if it can cut through steel cable like the Riffe? (If so, decent price).
It IS the Riffe knife. They get it from the same manufacturer, but they just charge a lot more for it.
Elastic rubber ring?
It looks like an awesome knife with the pointy end. the only thing that i find questionibly is the elastic rubber ring as safety... so i just wanted to ask the people who has tried it if it lasts and how well it keeps the knife in place?
This is a great knife. I have used it to dispatch many large fish with no problems. Also the rubber ring keeps the knife in the sheath just fine.
great knife for spearfishing. One serrated edge for cutting lines, and good blade shape and length for killing fish of most sizes. good price also. My best knife so far
I had one for a couple weeks. Seemed to be a nice knife. Second weekend out the knife was missing after a dive as the rubber had pulled loose of the plastic case. I'll let you know what they say when I get a reply to my email.
Stainless steel ?
What is the blade made of? Is it rust-proof? Stainless?
I would buy this knife again. and again!
A perfect alternative for those who don''t like to dive with huge "rambo-sized" knives. The knife is light and slim, I don''t even notice it when it''s strapped around my ancle. One could attach it to the chestarea / arms, but I feel the blade is a bit long for that purpose. The sheath is solid, as well as the securing rubber band. I have no problems using it with while wearing gloves. I''m slightly concerned that I might cut the rubber band while extracting the knife, but it hasn''t proved an issue sofar. The blade itself is made out of stainless steal. I assume the black finish will be scraped of after a while, though it hasn''t happened to me sofar (been using it for 6 months). All in all, I highly reccomend this knife. And at this price, it''s a steal!
Great knife. Very durable and easy to sharpen. The rubber holder is not very reliable but I use a thin bungee as a knife holder. It looks like the knife came this way. I recommend it.
Have friends that have the Riffe knife which cost them a lot more. It is the same knife guess Riffe thinks their name is worth more. I just added an elastic cord to double the security of the Spetton. The ring holds the knife just fine. I got this knife within 7 days all the way to No. Californis USA. Great service!
This Knife isnt very sharp. Id have better luck with a butter knife. Going to have to sharpen it myself. It came this way...