Promate Titanium Diving Knife – My Review

Posted by: headm on: December 14, 2013

I have been diving for a long time. Over the years I have had many different types of diving knives. My favorite knife by far has to be the Promate Scuba Titanium. Heres four reasons why I rate it so highly:

Resistance to Corrosion
One of the things that I hated most about other steel knives that I have used previously was rust. Some rusted so fast that I even wondered whether they were supposed to be actual diving knives at all. When I bought this knife, I had suspicions that it was going to go the way of the others. So far, though, after my dives in salt water, the Promate Titanium is a good a new without a trace of rust.

Quality of the Sheath
The sheath is made from plastic while the straps are made of rubber. I dont use a lot of effort when putting the knife away and ht knife is held securely. After so many dives with this knife, theres not been a single instance of it falling out. It only comes out when I press the release button just the way it should be with a proper diving knife.

Comfort During Use
The Promate is light and easy two use two important variables in the world of diving knives. Lightness combined with strength is essential and the Promate offers this exact combination. Finally, the handle is nicely shaped to fit the hand and doesn’t slip during use thanks to the non-slip latex coating that the manufacturers saw fit to make an integral part of this knife.

Long Lasting
I have been using this knife for some considerable time now and it still looks as good as new. To such an extent that fellow divers often mistake it for a new knife! Previous knives has lasted only a matter of months before rust or blunt blades took their tool. This is not something that I expect to happen with the Promate.

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