About Cressi Lama Knife

The Cressi Lama is a Small-Flat Ergonomic designed Knife, with Quick-Release Sheath System that prevents Accidental-Loss of the Knife. The Knife requires you to Press Two-Release Points on the Sheath at the Same-Time to Release the Knife from the Sheath. The Lama has an Ergonomic and Soft Rubber Handle, for Sure-Grip and Comfort when used. A Double-Hilt Thumb Tab for better Leverage and a Hole on the Handle allows you to Hook it to a Lanyard or Safety-Line.

The Blade is made from Special, Tempered Stainless Steel. One side of the Blade has a Straight-Edge and the other is Partly-Serrated, complete with a Line Cutter. The Lama Knife has an overall length of 6.8" (173 mm) with a Blade length of 3.5" (81 mm) and weighs 3.4 oz (96 g) with the Sheath. The Blade is 0.12" (3 mm) thick and has a 0.87" (22 mm) width. Knife is Negatively Buoyant in Water. Knife has a Drop Point Tip, comes with 2-Leg Straps for Multiple Mounting Options, is made in Italy and is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

www.cressisubusa.com
(800) 338-9143

Cressi Lama Knife Features

  • Cressi Lama Knife:
  • Small-Flat Ergonomic Designed Knife
  • Quick-Release Sheath System:
    Prevents Accidental-Loss of the Knife
    Requires you to Press Two-Release Points on Sheath at Same-Time to Release
  • Ergonomic and Soft Rubber Handle for Sure-Grip and Comfort
  • Double-Hilt Thumb Tab for Better Leverage
  • Lanyard Hole in Handle for Lanyard or Safety-Line
  • Blade: Special, Tempered Stainless Steel
  • Blade: One-Side Straight-Edge
  • Blade: One-Side Partial Serrated
  • Line Cutter
  • Overall Length: 6.8" (173 mm)
  • Blade Length: 3.5" (81 mm)
  • Weight: 3.4 oz (96 g) with Sheath
  • Blade Thickness: 0.12" (3 mm)
  • Blade Width: 0.87" (22 mm)
  • Buoyancy: Negative
  • Drop Point Tip
  • 2-Leg Straps for Multiple Mounting Options
  • Made in Italy
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi Lama Knife Specifications

Blade Length
3.5" (81 Mm)
Overall Length
6.8" (173 Mm)
Tip Style
Drop Point
Weight
3.4 Oz (96 G) With Sheath
Handle Material
Rubber
Blade Steel
Tempered Stainless Steel
Sheath
Yes, Plastic
Blade Type
One-Side: Straight Edge, One-Side: Serrated
Line Cutter
Yes

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1.0

terrible - rusts while you wait

By Gabe

from Boulder, CO

About Me Advanced Diver

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Pros

  • Sharp Blade

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Cressi Lama Knife:

      Covered in silicon grease, and otherwise properly maintained, this knife will rusts while you wait. The edges will go first. That's not such a problem, as you can actually get to those, but the steel parts between the two parts of the handle you cannot get to (nor can you really properly protect the bolt). I've gone through 3 knives in the last 2 years - will never again buy this one.

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      3.0

      Good knife for Cressi, OK price

      By JS

      from NY

      About Me Advanced Diver, Recreational Diver

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      Pros

      • Comfortable Grip
      • Functional
      • Mini size
      • Sharp Blade

      Cons

      • Latches feels a bit cheap

      Best Uses

      • SCUBA Diving

      Comments about Cressi Lama Knife:

      Not a bad knife for an OK price. There are better knives out there, but this is good. I bought this because the holster is designed to fit Cressi BCD's (I own one), and this one did beautifully. It sits right at the top of your left pocket, handle outwards, so it's always in easy reach.

      It has a good grip and is small enough to not get in your way but big enough to use. Has a smooth edge, serrated edge, line cutter and pointed tip.

      My only con is the latching action on the holster; it feels a bit clumsy/cheap compared to higher end knives. But for the price, it's certainly good, and should last. It comes with a warranty.

      Also, it is steel, but that isn't a problem; just give it a good rinse after every dive (including the holster) and apply silicone grease every now and then.

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