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Dive Rite Shears - Daisy Chain Clip

SKU: DIVAC3212 MFR: AC3212

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About Dive Rite Shears - Daisy Chain Clip

Coordinating with Dive Rite's line of harness pockets is Dive Rite's unique cutting device sheaths that snap into Dive Rite's pocket daisy chain loops. Using heavy-duty annex clips that slip through daisy chain loops and snap into place, these clips are rugged and won't come unclasped underwater. To remove, you must pinch the ends slightly to get the clip to release easy enough, but not so easy that it comes undone all on its own. The sheaths clip also will close around cylinder hose retainers, wrist straps, gaiters or a chest strap. If desired, the annex clips can be removed and the sheath can be worn on a standard 2" (5.1 cm) webbing waist belt. A quick-release hook and loop lanyard keeps shears in firmly in place.

Carried by ocean divers for use in cutting wire or fishing nets, Dive Rite's heavy-duty shears have salt-water ready 440-grade stainless-steel scissor blade construction with durable impact resistant plastic finger grips. To achieve optimum life and usage, apply a light coat of silicone grease to the blade to help protect against corrosion. The nylon webbing pouch measures (H x W) 7" x 2" (17.8 x 5.1 cm) and the shears measure (L x W) 8" x 4" (20.3 x 10.2 cm) together they weigh 3.8 oz. (108 g).

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.



Dive Rite Shears - Daisy Chain Clip Features

  • Dive Rite Shears - Daisy Chain Clip:
  • Coordinating with Dive Rite's Line of Harness Pockets
  • Unique Cutting Device
  • Heavy-Duty Annex Clips
  • Annex Clips Close-Around Cylinder Hose Retainers, Wrist Straps, Gaiters or a Chest Strap
  • Sheath Worn on Standard 2" (5.1 cm) Webbing Waist Belt, if Preferred
  • Quick-Release hook and loop Lanyard Keeps Shears in Firmly in Place
  • Carried by Ocean Divers for Cutting Wire or Fishing Nets
  • Heavy-Duty Shears with Salt-Water Ready 440-Grade Stainless Steel Scissor Blades
  • Durable Impact Resistant Plastic Finger Grips
  • Dimensions Pouch: (H x W) 7" x 2" (17.8 x 5.1 cm)
  • Dimensions Shears: (L x W) 8" x 4" (20.3 x 10.2 cm)
  • Weight (Pouch & Shears): 3.8 oz. (108 g)

Dive Rite Shears - Daisy Chain Clip Customer Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers


Shears or Knife?


from Louisa, VA, US

My reason for buying these shears was as a means to remove fishing lines and netting. Many dive sites are protected with the prohibition of the use of a knife. These compact shears have served me well.


Dive Rite Titanium Shears

By Adventurenut

It's a great shear, I wish it was easier to attach to my bc or where ever.


Questions & Answers

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
PATRICK H  for scuba diving. attache to BCD
JOE L  I own Dive Rite products, and know they are top quality. I prefer to buy things once. Besides safety, they will be handy cutting off Lionfish spines.
DAVID F  Can these shears be packed in carry on luggage?
WAYNE B  no TSA restrict any cutting instrument in carry on
JOE L  Don’t know. TSA would be a better source.
ART B  No idea. I place it in my checked luggage. Go to TSA website and it lists prohibited items. Since it has an edge I doubt it can be a carry on
Shopper  Are these shears titanium plates or just stainless? How about the pivot point?
bob s  titanium plated. if you do not rinse them they will pick up some rust. They are however an excellent shear. i carry them on my bcd on every dive and have used them more often than my knife.
MIKE G  I believe the shears are just stainless covered in a corrosion resistant material. That said after a two weeks of diving with them in the south pacific they did show some rust on them. If you want high quality shears these are not it. The holster and retainer are great and work really well. I think Rive-Rite threw the shears in for good measure but they are not high quality shears.
JOE D  I have not tested the metallurgy but have dove with them regularly for about 20 dives and they have not rusted or shown any signs of corrosion. They are in my dive pack along with safety sausage so again go on every dive. They also get rinsed after every dive day. Fortunately I have only used them once, then to modify a wet suit and they still work great.
C LEROY A  Sorry I do not know.
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