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About Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife

A Dive Knife is a Tool a Diver needs on Every-Dive. Most Knives are made of Stainless Steel. A Stainless Steel Knife, if not Cleaned-and-Dried properly, will begin to Rust. Titanium has a greater Resistance-to-Corrosion and is More-Forgiving then Stainless Steel. Titanium is Lighter-Weight then steel so it makes a more desirable Tool then Stainless Steel does. Light-Weight and Corrosion-Free! This Knife is Durable, has an Ergonomic Handle Grip, and is Low-Profiled. This Knife is beautifully crafted and has a Honed Full-Tang Blade. The renowned Atomic design aesthetic is apparent in the Molded Plastic Handle with Finger Grooves for a Secure-Grip. A Lanyard Hole helps Cold Water Divers with Limited-Dexterity due to Thick-Mitts to keep the Knife within reach.

Cleaning is made Super-Easy with the Removable Handle. The Knife has a 4" (10.2 cm) Curved Blade which is Ideal-for-Cutting Fishing Line or Kelp. The Ti6 with its Positive Locking Sheath with Push Button Releaseis Easy-to-Handle and Remove-from-its-Sheath with only Two-Fingers. Knife Blade has both a Serrated and a Straight Edge and is complete with a Line Cutter. The Knife Sheath like the Knife is Lightweight in design, made from Durable Molded Plastic and comes with Leg Straps that are equipped with Quick-Adjust Buckles. The Atomic Aquatics Ti6 Titanium Knife is available in either a Blunt or Drop Point Tip Model. Blunt TIP Model provides Multiple-Tool Function. Knife comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

The Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife is commonly used for Boating, Rescue Diving, SCUBA Diving and more. The Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Recreational Diver among others. The Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife: Comfortable Grip, Durable, Functional, Sharp Blade, Works Well With Gloves.

Atomic Ti6 Titanium Knife Features

  • Honed Full-Tang Titanium Blade
  • Titanium: Resistance-to-Corrosion and More-Forgiving then Stainless Steel
  • Lightweight, Low-Profiled Design
  • Durable, has Ergonomic Handle Grip
  • Molded Plastic Handle with Finger Grooves for Secure-Grip
  • Wrist Lanyard Hole
  • Removable Handle for Super-Easy Cleaning
  • 4" (10.2 cm) Curved Blade
  • Blade: Ideal-for-Cutting Fishing Line or Kelp
  • One-Side: Serrated Edge
  • One-Side: Straight Edge
  • Line Cutter
  • Lightweight Molded Plastic Sheath
  • Easy-to-Handle and Remove from Sheath with Only Two-Fingers
  • Positive Locking Sheath with Push Button Release
  • Leg Straps with Quick-Adjust Buckles
  • 2-Models: Blunt Tip or Drop Point Tip
  • Blunt Tip Model Provides: Multiple-Tool Function
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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4.7

(based on 19 reviews)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Top of the line knife; amazing holster

Great knife from Atomic. This thing oozes quality. It's made from Titanium so it won't rust. The holster is amazing; it slips in so easily but locks with a secure 'snap'. Removal is easy as well - slightly depressing the two buttons right by the handle let you slide it out. The button locations put your hand right by the handle for immediate and safe grabbing of the knife. Easy to get out when you need it but hard to accidently remove. Straps are standard rubber straps but have a nice plast...

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5.0

Buy it, you won't regret it!

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from Dallas, TX, US

I was hesitant to spend the money on this dive knife, but I can tell you it was money very well spent and I wouldn't hesitate to buy another. I purchased the blunt tip version, because this is an underwater tool and the blunt tip adds more value to my needs than the pointed. Doesn't rust, awesome build quality. Haven't needed it sharpened yet so can't say how difficult that process is. Only wish is that the knife handle came in different colors, in case I drop it the color will make it easier to find. Buy it, you won't regret it!

 
5.0

Great Knife

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Love the Titanium. Looks great and I don't have to worry about rust or corrosion. I got the pointed tip. Pretty sharp indeed. I like the pointed tip. I didn't buy a screw driver, I bought a knife. I'm a retired military guy and I've never owned a knife with a blunt tip. If I have to worry about sticking myself or my equipment I should probably take up another hobby. Just my thought. The handle has a good grip to it and the sheath is totally outstanding. The back of the sheath is curved to fit your calf very nicely. This knife is quality.

 
4.0

Good knife, weak strap buckle

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Great utility knife

 
5.0

Great Knife

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The best thing about this knife is that it is easy to remove with either hand. Although I dive with neoprene gloves, I find the release mechanism on this knife is really novel and works well.

 
5.0

Another Quality Atomic Product

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I've owned several Atomic Aquatics products before and have always been pleased; the Ti6 knife is no exception. The blade is perfectly sized, definitely not a monstrosity and yet not too small either. I also found the hand grip to be appropriately designed with plenty of room to get a good, full grip and nice ergonomic contours. The release mechanism was a bit tricky a first but after some practice it became second nature. All in all, the perfect utility knife.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RAY T  It looked cool. However, when I got it, I was more than pleased. The locking/release mechanism is the easiest I have ever used in the 4 knifes I have owned over my 40 years of diving.
Shopper  pointed or blunt?
Ryan C  I always go blunt for dive knives. Remember you'll be using your dive knife as an underwater tool, not a shark assassination device.
LINDA P  Pointed
Loyal CA customer L  The knife I purchased has a sharp pointed blade.
EDD D  Pointed! Great knife worth every dollar.
DAVID W  When I purchased you had the option of either. I went with blunt as it is a tool not a weapon and it serves as a flat head screwdriver if needed.
EDD D  I prefer pointer. Worrying about puncturing equipment has never been a problem. The pointed is nice to be able to use to get thing open or started! Great knife worth every dollar. Edd
MICHAEL K  It's a matter of personal preference really. I go with blunt because you can use it as a pry tool or screwdriver in an emergency situation... To add you also can't easily stab yourself (or your equipment) with a blunt tip compared to pointed. If you are caught up in fishing line or kelp, you dont want to puncture your line or BCD right?! Some people might perfer the pointed end for use in piercing something in an emergency, but in all honesty this probably wouldnt help you anyway, and if the knife is sharp enough it should slice better than stab anyhow.
Shopper  does the blade extend thru the handle?
Sherwood P  I believe that it does, on the end of the handle there is a HEX type screw that you can remove which allows you to remove the blade completely from the handle. I will say this, I have had this knife with me on every dive, from Doria, U-869, to the shallow stuff since I bought it back in 2007 and it has never once corroded or let me down in anyway! It is a very well built, sturdy knife that should last you many years. Hope this helps.
STEVE B  Extend through the handle? I take it that you mean the top of the knife, and the answer to that would be - no.
WILLIAM T  Yes it does. Great knife
MICHAEL K  Yes blade is bolted on from the tail of the handle. I have had this knife for 2 years now 60 + - dives nice knife stayed sharp no corrosion.
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