Best Diving Knives of 2016
Sometimes, the only thing that can stand between life and death might be a simple diving knife. These handy diving equipment have helped divers all over the world to face rough situations underwater and come out on top. If you ever go out on a diving trip be sure to carry one of these bad boys with you. So here are the best diving knives of 2016 from Makeitsharp. If you have any suggestions apart from the ones mentioned here on the site don’t hesitate to jot them down in the comments section below.
First, is one of the toughest and best diving knives that money can buy. The 4mm thick, single piece titanium on the Aqua Lung Argonaut is corrosion resistant and highly durable. It is coated with Electrophoretically Deposited Paint (EDP) and is laser etched. The Aqua Lung knife comes in two variants, the Spartan and the Blunt.
The Spartan has a pointed edge while the Blunt has a flat edge. If you ever needed to hammer down something, the butt of the knife would be a very handy option. The rubber leg straps are of extremely high quality, and it also makes the Aqua Lunk Argonaut Titanium diving knife one our top recommendations.
Produced in conjunction with marine commandos, the Argonaut Titanium is a tool which can withstand the toughest of conditions. Its toughness makes it an especially unique option for those looking to get a diving knife.
Rescue tools and diving knives will always be incomplete without Spyderco. There are tons of knives from Spyderco, and the Assist Salt is just one of them. The yellow color on their knives is attractive and eye-catchy.
Unlike the other two blades on the list, the Spyderco Assist Salt is made of VG-10 stainless steel and not titanium. The Assist Salt has their trademark Round HoleTM, which allows for easy maneuvering of the knife even with gloves on.
The design on the Spyderco blades is their ultimate selling point. The cutting edge is sharp, but the end of the knife is blunt. The blunt edge at the end allows the knife to go under belts, ropes or other equipment that needs to be cut.
The Tusa FK-940ti X-Pert II will be our recommendation if you are a fan of fancy looking diving knives. One of the advantages of the X-Pert II that its disassembly is quite easy proving to be very useful while cleaning the knife or for any other sort of maintenance.
Tusa FK-940ti X-Pert
The highly corrosion resistant titanium used for the blade comes with a serrated and plain edge. The blade is 11cm long, and the overall length amounts to 25cm. The Metallic Red and Metallic Silver color options look gorgeous. You will especially like the single button lock release mechanism on the sheath.
Those are the best diving knives that you can get in 2016. There are a lot more of these out in the market right now, but these are the choices that I’ve picked. Therefore, you may have a lot more options apart from the ones mentioned here. Feel free to comment down below.