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About Akona Talon

A Knife is an important tool to take along on all Dives, and the AKONA Talon is a Durable, Strong choice. The Blade measures 4" (10.2 cm) in length, and is made of Durable and Corrosion Resistant 316-Grade Stainless Steel. The Blade features a Blunt Tip, and is equipped on one side with a Curved Straight Edge and a Line Cutter, and a Serrated Edge on the other.

The Handle features a Comfort Ergonomic Grip and Metal-Capped-End that can be used as a Tank Banger for Signaling. The Handle also has an Eyelet for attachment of a Wrist Lanyard. The Durable Plastic Knife Sheath comes with a Pressure Lock Release Mechanism and Leg Straps for a Secure-Attachment. The Talon Multi-Tool Knife also comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty against defects in material and workmanship.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Akona Talon Features

  • Durable and Corrosion Resistant
  • 316-Grade Stainless Steel Blade
  • One-Side: Straight Edge
  • One-Side: Serrated
  • Line Cutter
  • Blade Length: 4" (10.2 cm)
  • Sheath with Pressure Lock Release
  • Sheath: Durable Plastic Design
  • Leg Straps
  • Metal Cap on Handle: Use as Tank Banger for Signaling
  • Handle: Comfortable Ergonomic Grip
  • Multi-Tool Function
  • Eyelet for Attachment of Wrist Lanyard
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty: Material and Workmanship

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3.0

A bit disappointed in the sheath.....

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I bought this knife knowing that the handle was large enough for my big hands and the 5mm gloves I wear here in the Pacific Northwest. Sure enough the knife is fine but the sheath is poorly made. I'm going to assume that the sheath is supposed to be made from high impact injection molded plastic. If so, it's too brittle because when I received the knife one of the plastic knife retaining locks was broken clean off and in the bottom of the sheath. I need this knife for an upcoming AOW class; but I'll be sending the sheath back to LeisurePro to be swapped out.

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