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About Big Squeeze Lock Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip

Wenoka Dive Knives have been serving the industry for over three decades and counting. The Wenoka Big Squeeze is no exception to this Tried-and-True Line of Diving Accessories, with a 4.5" (11.4 cm) High-Grade Beta Alloy Titanium Lightweight Blade with Line Cutter and an overall length of 9.5" (24.1 cm) the Big Squeeze is the Serious Diver's Tool. A Knife like this you don't want to lose, so Wenoka's Patented Big-Squeeze"-Lock, Locking Mechanism Securely-Locks your knife in its Sheath, but Releases with a Squeeze of the Handle.

With a Tanto Point Tip, the Knife allows Variable-Mounting Options with a Molded Belt-Clip on the Impact Resistant Plastic Sheath that comes with Rubber Leg Straps. The Positive Grip Handle is equipped with a Hole for attachment of a Wrist Lanyard. The Knife Blade has one side with Alternate Hollow Ground Serration-Edge. The Knife is without a doubt a Diver's Tool. Knife comes in multiple colors and is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

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

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This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


Big Squeeze Lock Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip Features

  • Serving-the-Industry for Decades
  • Tried-and-True Line of Diving Accessories
  • High-Grade Beta Alloy Titanium Blade
  • Tanto Tip Blade
  • Blade Length: 4.5" (11.4 cm)
  • Overall Length: 9.5" (24.1 cm)
  • Line Cutter
  • Blade with Alternate Hollow Ground Serrations
  • Multi-Function Tool
  • Positive Grip Plastic Handle
  • Handle has Hole for Attachment of Wrist Lanyard
  • Patented Squeeze"-Lock Sheath
  • Mechanism Securely-Locks Knife in Sheath, but Releases with Squeeze of Handle
  • Available in Multiple Colors
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

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4.7

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100%

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Possibly the best dive knife made.

This knife is top-of-the-line in every way. From the well-designed titanium blade to the low-profile handle and the simple, intuitive, safe and secure sheath lock, you just can't find anything better. There are a few things not everyone will like, though: First, it ain't cheap. Second, to keep the small size, the fingerguard is minimal, increasing the risk of slipping towards the blade. For the same reason, the grip is flat and relatively smooth, not chunky and grippy like a larger knife. ...

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5.0

Excellent

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I've used the knife only once thus far on a dive, but found it to exceed my requirements and thus is perfect. The grip works well with gloves (3 mil), the clasps that hold it in place appear to function well and seem that they would "wear" well. Overall, a great product.

 
5.0

Quality product from quality seller!

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Delivery and packaging are excellent! Definitely want to purchase from them again and highly recommended seller!

 
5.0

Very Cool Knife

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I use this knife for spear hunting regularly. When I initially bought the knife I started off by securing the knife knife on my leg. It always got in the way of my dominant side, normally the side i place my click reel and fish stringer. Once I moved it to my non dominant forearm it was all good. I suggest Zip tieing the straps as close to the sheath as possible. It really is the solution. The knife itself is the absolute best i've researched and used. The blunt tip allows for scallop removal with ease. Cutting myself free from kelp is very convenient in a hitch with it strapped to your forearm. FYI, for beginners, underwater knives are meant to not be the sharpest in the word for safety.

 
5.0

By far, the best knife I have ever used

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I have used this knife from Honduras to the Saint Lawrence River and many places in between. the straps have never come loose even after a year of diving. The knife handles fantastically and stays secure in the sheath. At first the leg straps seem bad but with a few dives and some use they work just fine.

 
4.0

Nice knife, bad straps

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Due to the loose and uncomfortable straps, the knife is hard to lock into the holster and keep within easy reach. Had it around my calf. Knife actually fall out and another diver found it. The locking mechanism is great but requires you to "snap" the knife into it, hard to do while the straps are all over the place. buy the knife and replace the straps

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
VLAD S  I wanted a tanto tip knife ever since I saw the XS Scuba (Ocean Master at the time) Titanium Beta Tanto. I chose the Aqualung because it was much more reasonably priced and the shape of the blade was a bit less aggressive, a sort of hybrid of a regular tanto and blunt tip, less likely to puncture anything.
E W J  Bought as a gift.
KEN B  Wenoka makes great knives!
Todd E  Is the TONTO tip sharp or is it dull like a BLUNT tip? Does the Big Squeeze exist as a "titanium BLUNT tip?" or do I have to buy the TONTO blade and then make it dull on my own? (so I don't stab myself)
Steve S  The tanto edge is flat, but sharp.
MATTHEW S  The tanto tip is meant to be sharp, definitely has an edge to it and is not at all a safety/pry bar blunt tip. However, it is not as sharp as the straight-edge blade and could be easily blunted, but not really useful to pry with. Five years in, still relying on my Wenoka, I have a blunt-tip BC knife to use as a tool
ENG K  Definitely sharp. I'm pretty sure you can find it in a blunt also if that's what you prefer
DOMENICK V  All three edges of the knife are sharp, the serrated edge, the non-serrated edge, and the tip. In an emergency situation you grab the knife and slash or stab. It doesn't matter which way you hold the knife and it doesn't matter which way you slash, you be be presenting a sharp edge. Great for freeing your self from entangling lines and/or vegetation. I love this knife and I do not use it for general usage. It is my rescue knife and stays in the sheath. I've only pulled it once when a 1000 pound stellar sea lion became envious of my fish, but I did not need it. I have another, smaller knife I use for general purpose and would not be too dismayed if it was broken or damaged. If you are afraid of stabbing yourself perhaps you shouldn't play with sharp objects. :) D
BRUCE P  The knife I purchased back in 2010 was sharp on the end. And the tip definitely was sharp. Never had a problem stabbing my self with it because the sheath works well and is easy to use.
WARREN S  The tanto tip is quite sharp and pointy. It is sharpened along with the rest of the straight knife blade.
Shopper  is this double bladed?
BRUCE P  The one I received was not.
BLAIR W  The Wenoka Big Squeeze Lock Titanium Knife, Tanto Tip is a double edged knife. It has a single blade, but both edges of the blade are sharpened.
JOE G  Yes. Serrated blade on back side, normal blade on the other and on the tanto tip.
STEVEN P  Base and tip are both sharpened. The back of the blade has a serrated edge that is useful for sawing. Best dive knife I have ever owned.
Steve L  Yes. Straight edge on one side and serrated edge and line cutter on the other. It has a very secure sheath as well.
Marilyn S  Yes it has a smooth edge and a serrated edge along with a line cutter.
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