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About XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip

A good dive knife is a tool for diving. XS Scuba's Beta Titanium Tanto Tip is just that. Built from proprietary, custom-formulated titanium which meets the desired qualities of non-brittleness, high abrasion resistance, and high hardness scale not found in standard 6AI4V titanium knives. Yes, one strong knife is what you get; the high strength and RC Scale hardness are the very best in a 5" (12.7 cm) tanto tip blade that is custom flat ground with advanced serration on one side and straight edge on the other with a line cutter. Yes it is a tool!

Knife is approved for use by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The stainless steel hammer end and Sure-Grip handle, exclusive double-locking sheath with rubber straps will prevent knife loss and keep this diver's tool handy and ready when you need it. Knife is available in multiple colors.

The XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip is commonly used for Boating, Rescue Diving, SCUBA Diving and more. The XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. The XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip is popular because customers like the following qualities of the XS Scuba Beta 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.

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XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip Features

  • XS Scuba Beta Titanium Knife Tanto Tip
  • Proprietary, Custom-Formulated Beta Titanium Blade
  • Blade:
    Meets Desired Knife Qualities;
    Non-Brittleness
    High Abrasion Resistance
    High Hardness Scale Not Found in Standard 6AI4V Titanium Knives
  • High Strength 240,000 lbs. / in2 (108,862.2 kg /cm2 and RC Scale Hardness of 51-54
  • Blade Length: 5" (12.7 cm)
  • Blade: Custom Flat Ground w/Advanced Serration and Line Cutter
  • Military Spec Blade, Ideal for Prying and Heavy-Duty Cutting
  • Approved for use by North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • Stainless Steel Hammer End above Sure-Grip Handle
  • Exclusive, Double-Locking Sheath Prevents Knife Loss
  • Leg Straps Included

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Review Summary

 
4.2

(based on 12 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Looks good!

Just got this knife, leg straps and holder all look too be nice quality. Blade is pretty sharp. Will be diving in Florida fresh springs and Bahamas in few weeks so will report back on how it holds up and over time.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Knife is excellent, sheath needs work.

The knife is one sided, has a partial serrated edge and partial straight edge. I have the tanto point. I have used mine on five different trips. The blade is sharp and not a spot of rust. The sheath is held together with small screws and guess what? The engineers making a dive knife use regular steel screws. This means when your dive trip is over, corrosion begins on the red locking device screw and on the back of the sheath. I had to disassemble the red lock because it froze closed. I...

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4.0

Cost effective

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Great knife, good locking mechanism,straps are the loop through kind and not the buckle kind.If they were buckle straps id say perfect product.

 
5.0

Looks good!

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Just got this knife, leg straps and holder all look too be nice quality. Blade is pretty sharp. Will be diving in Florida fresh springs and Bahamas in few weeks so will report back on how it holds up and over time.

 
5.0

Nice knife and sharp

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Buy this stays sharp

 
4.0

loved this knife.

By

owned one before but both plastic locks eventually broke after 11 years and about 600 dives later which led to losing the knife underwater. still love the product though

 
5.0

Great knife, bad screws in sheath

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Great knife, very sharp, never will rust, but they used 5 horrible screws in the sheath that started to rust on day one even after rinsing it well. I replaced them at ace hardware with stainless screws for 12 cents each. Much better screws. Too bad they did not spend the few cents to make it right in the first place. Again Knife itself is great!

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Questions about this item:

Shopper  What is the benefit of a tanto tip?
MATTHEW R  A Tanto Tip blade has a heavy and sharp tip. Sharp enough for puncturing and thick enough for prying.....They are a great choice, unless you will be around inflatable boats. If you are going to be around inflatable boats you should carry a blunt tip knife. Matt Reyman Firefighter/Paramedic SCUBA Open Water Advanced Water Rescue Specialist
STUART D  Tanto tips are built for puncturing vs. a drop point which is better at smooth slicing along the length of the blade.
RAMA M  Tanto point is very versitale in that it's a very strong point, ideal for opening and stabbing hard surfaces/materials.
CLIFTON O  The tanto blade is very strong sharp blade. They used to advertise them punching through doors, but you probably dont need that function. It will just be very duarable. If you think you are going to do a lot of prying then its not the blade for you. Maybe a blunt tip.
WILLIAM C  it's not as likely to break off when you use it to pry on things, great knife other than the carbon steel screws holding the sheath together..........
TAGGART L  A tantos slightly blunted angle offers a bit of safety and versatility. Even my non diving knife has a tanto style blade that I have come to prefer.
Leah J  Is this knife easy to release quickly from its sheath in emergency underwater situations?
TOMMY T  this knife has a locking system which when "on" locks the knife in place. with the lock "off" you can very easily remove the knife. there is enough static pressure when the lock is "off" to hold the knife into the sheath.
Alberto T  As far as I know it is very easy to release the safety on this knife and the release can be pressed even when wearing gloves. Although dexterity may be a challenge, this knife makes it so that it is not a problem. Definitely recommend it!
JOHN I  Yes, the release mechanism is very effective and the blade is durable. I would recommend.
DERRICK F  Yes it is very easy to release by lifting back the tab
Shopper  What size stainless steel screws do I need to replace the metal screws that will rust in saltwater? To small for Ace Hardware or simular. Maybe a hobby store? Would like to replace those screws before the knife hits the water.
PAUL H  Not sure what the size is, but I am pretty sure that copper state nut and bolt would carry them. Try copperstate dot com and see if they can help.
KRIS K  What screws? There aren't any on this knife. Handle is molded onto the blade tang and you use straps or ties to mount the sheaf. You would have to drill holes to use screws to mount this knife to your BCD or something else (I think my only suggested improvement on this knife). Otherwise, I have had this knife for a couple of years and 100 dives and not a spec of rust.
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