About Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip

The Ocean Master Beta Titanium Tanto Tip Dive Knife is one of the Strongest in the Scuba Industry. The Knife is great for Cutting, Digging and Prying; you won't find a better Knife. The Titanium Knife Blade is Light, Strong and Rust-Free. A Titanium Blade can hold an Edge Longer and offer a Higher Abrasion Resistance than that of Stainless Steel. The Rustproof Blade extends into the Handle eliminating the need to disassemble the Knife for maintenance. This Exclusive Dive Knife incorporates the industries newest and most advanced Sheath Locking System, called the Latch Release. Patent Pending, this Security-Lever helps prevent accidental loss of knife. Your Index-Finger gloved or not, Releases the Knife for Quick One-Handed Removal.

The Slip-Proof Rubber Handle has 3-D Accents for a Great-Grip. A Lanyard Hole at the end of the Handle allows the Knife to be tied to a Security-Rope or Wrist Lanyard. This Tanto Tip Model is excellent for Prying and Heavy-Duty Cutting. The Stainless Steel Metal Hammer-End may be used Underwater as a Tank-Banger, sounding others in case of an emergency. Convenient Drain Holes keep the Sheath Free of Excess Water. The Beta Titanium Knife has an overall length of 10" (25.4 cm) with a Blade length of 5" (12.7 cm). The Tanto Tactical Knife has only One-Side of the Blade with an Edge. The Blade has a Partial Straight-Edge and Partial Serrated-Edge with Line Cutter. Knife comes in multiple color options, includes Sheath Leg Straps and is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip Features

  • One of the Strongest Dive Knife's in Scuba Industry
  • Great for Cutting, Digging and Prying
  • Titanium Knife Blade is Light, Strong and Rust-Free
  • Holds Edge Longer and Offer's Higher Abrasion Resistance than Stainless Steel
  • Overall Length: 10" (25.4 cm)
  • Blade Length: 5" (12.7 cm)
  • Blade Edge One-Side: Partial Straight-Edge/Partial Serrated-Edge
  • Line Cutter
  • Tanto Tip Design
  • Slip-Proof Rubber Handle with 3-D Accents for Great-Grip
  • Lanyard Hole on Handle for Lanyard Attachment
  • Tanto Tip Model Excellent for Prying and Heavy-Duty Cutting
  • Multi-Tool Function
  • Stainless Steel Metal Hammer-End: Works as Tank-Banger for Signaling
  • Advanced Sheath Locking System: Latch Release
  • Security-Lever: Prevent Accidental Loss of Knife
  • Index-Finger Releases Knife for Quick One-Handed Removal
  • Convenient Drain Holes Keep Sheath Free of Excess Water
  • Includes: Sheath Leg Strap
  • Multiple Color Options
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip Specifications

Blade Length
5" (12.7 Cm)
Overall Length
10" (25.4 Cm)
Tip Style
Tanto
Handle Material
Rubber
Blade Steel
Titanium
Sheath
Yes
Blade Type
One-Side: Partial Straight-Edge/Partial Serrated-Edge
Line Cutter
Yes
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Teal, Yellow
Multi-Tool Functions
Yes

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  • Comfortable grip (3)
  • Functional (3)
  • Sharp blade (3)
  • Works well with gloves (3)

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    • SCUBA diving (3)

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    4.0

    Wicked knife/weak sheath? Go figure.

    By Diver Denny

    from Columbus,Ohio

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Comfortable Grip
    • Durable
    • Functional
    • Holds An Edge Well
    • Looks Sooo Cool
    • Sharp Blade
    • Very Sharp
    • Wont Rust
    • Works Well With Gloves

    Cons

    • The Sheath Is Weak

    Best Uses

    • Rescue Diving
    • SCUBA Diving

    Comments about Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip:

    I have owned this knife for 3 years and it is as sharp now as when I bought it. I really can't say enough about the knife it is awesome. The only reason I did not give it 5 flags was the sheath as has been mentioned in countless other reviews. After almost 90 dives, the sheath failed while diving in Jamaica. The outter locking mechanism fell off thank goodness for the red locking mechanism or I'd have lost my knife. I was rather irritated as I did not have a back up,and thought I was going to have to replace the knife because the sheath failed! Way to go Leisure Pro, they do sell replacement sheaths so I bought two just to be safe and TI EMT sheares as a back up. Yes, I do believe in redundancy and plannig for possible problems before I have an issue makes good sense to me. The remarks about the screws corroding is dead on the mark, but I would have never known until I read a few reviews. I also purchased the XS neoprene knife wrap so I never saw the back of the sheath. I always rinsed the sheath and knife well but the scews still show corrosion. I found that out right before I wrote this review. I think I will replace the screws as was mentioned with something that will stand up to salt water. Again, I would buy another Beta TI knife but with a different tip most likely pointed. The knife itself is flawless and an important piece of diving equipment. Unfortunately, they didn't spend enough money on the sheath because the knife alone is almost perfect. Warning, if anyone reading this is thinking about replacing the sheath good luck. It took me six weeks of
    monitoring Leisure Pro almost daily to catch the replacement sheath in inventory! I placed my order for two immediately, and the next day they were out of stock again!! There are obviously a fair number of other divers out there having similar issues to mine but still like the knife! Have fun and dive safe.

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    4.0

    Minor concerns, but overall great value.

    By Ilya Kovic

    from Gainesville, FL

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable Grip
    • Functional
    • Great Aesthetics
    • Sharp Blade
    • Works Well With Gloves

    Cons

    • Dubious Craftsmanship

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • SCUBA Diving

    Comments about Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip:

    This was the first titanium knife I have owned and I'm very excited. The first thing I noticed right out of the box was how incredibly light the blade is. This particular alloy almost looks like a ceramic or something. The blade came reasonably sharpened and cuts well. However, the blade is not fully flat ground, rather it is a combination of a flat grind and a sabre grind. The left side of the blade has a flat grind, and the right side has a sabre grind. This gives the impression of a chisel grind. I'm not too well versed with knives, so I don't know how this affects performance, but I personally would prefer a fully flat ground edge.The handle feels great in the hand and provides a sturdy grip. The knife can be completely taken apart, and I'm pleased to say that the handle holds the blade very rigidly. There is very minimal give if you try to move the blade and the handle separately. The handle and the hammer are held in place by a series of two pins and sockets. They are located under each of the colored plastic pieces. My concern with this is that both the pins and the sockets are plastic. It's tough plastic, but still plastic. I feel like I could probably break them with my hands. I don't know how these pins will hold up in the long run or in the face of corrosive sea water, but for now they hold the knife together very solidly and seem to be durable. Once the pins are locked in place, they support each other well enough that it feels like it would take quite a bit of force to damage the knife. Once taken apart it's a different story, so you should not take this knife apart impatiently or rigorously. It comes apart rather easily and it's construction is basic, so there is no guesswork involved.The sheath is strong plastic, and the rubber straps are durable and fit well. The double locking system is surprisingly crude. The red piece to the left of the sheath is slid over the hilt of the knife, holding it in place should the initial locking system fail. Despite being basic, it does hold the knife in place. It can be a little stiff to slide back and forth, but once locked is very secure. The knife rattles somewhat in the sheath, but it's not at all loose at the mouth, just near the bottom where the blade has more room. The whole knife, sheath and all, fits comfortably on the inside of my leg. It seems to be the right balance in size to feel like a good sized knife that isn't cumbersome. Overall I would say this is a great knife. The tanto design is beautiful looking, the handle is very ergonomic but not tacky, and the whole knife seems very functional. I can't attest to the durability since I haven't used it enough, but according to the specifications, this knife is supposed to be much more durable than typical titanium blades. Despite the minor concerns about the plastic pins holding it together, the knife is well worth the money. I would highly recommend it to anyone searching for a great blend of functionality, aesthetics, and cost.

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    4.0

    Good knife, but...

    By PADI diver

    from Valencia, SPAIN

    About Me Advanced Diver

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable Grip
    • Durable
    • Functional
    • Sharp Blade
    • Works Well With Gloves

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • SCUBA Diving

      Comments about Ocean Master Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip:

      The knife in itself is excellent, however, it does have a little inconvenience, which is that the case is held together by 5 screws made of ordinary metal that rusts extremely quickly (within 2 dives), meaning that if you don't change them for a special type of rustproof metal screws, they will rot within the first couple of weeks. This I would say is a big oversight, seeing as it's a diving knife and there's no reason for holding the case together with materials that don't last.

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      Robert M  Did it last?
      DIRK P  i have one that is 5 years old. it does not corrode or rust. and it keeps it sharp edge without ever sharpening it.
      Robert M  How well will this work for thirty to an hour in fresh water? and also does it come with a belt loop or anythibg? thankyou.
      Frank L  It should work fine. Titanium is very resistant to rust. It comes with leg straps.
      Dmitry F  I would like a knife that I can take diving several times a year as well as camping in the woods. I'm looking at 4 different titanium dive knives and would like some help in choosing: Blue Reef Deluxe 5" Titanium Knife, Point Beta Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip (same as XS?) Wenoka "Big Squeeze" Lock Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip Tusa X-Pert 2 Titanium Knife, Drop Point (FK-940ti Any assistance is appreciated.
      Frank L  I prefer the BLue Reef Deluxe knife. It would be a good knife for what you need.
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