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 Post subject: SCUBAMART INDO < Diver Knife >
PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:00 pm 
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SCUBAMART Mangga Dua Indonesia

Dear all,

Diver knife Kn35/36 ONLY selling Rp 450,000.
- Quality 420 Stainless Steel
- 4 3/8 (110mm) blade with serrations and line cutter
- Moulded rubber (nylon) grip for comfort
- Strong positive snap lock sheath
- Quality rubber straps

Why do I need a dive knife while diving ?

A Diving Knife is an emergency tool, to be used only when needed and not to be used as a weapon. Just like the airbags in your car, or for that matter the safety sausage or whistle on your BCD; you may not use them, but you’re always so much better off just having them there.

The primary reason for carrying a knife on a dive is to free yourself or your buddy, should you get tangled in the ever increasing amount of fishing line or net strewn around the ocean each day. A diver getting caught in fishing line is definitely not uncommon, and most who have escaped this predicament will never again consider diving without one.

For those of you that dive in and around kelp forests the possibility of getting entangled in sea kelp is another very good reason for having a sharp knife handy.

Several divers have used their knives not just to free themselves but to help free marine life trapped in stray fishing line or nets. A handy knife can also serve as a great anchor to the sea bed in heavy current to prevent you from drifting away when your hands cannot get a purchase on any rocks or outcrops.

Lastly, even though you may never find the need to use your dive knife, a knife could simply be used as a good ‘tank-knocker’ for getting your dive buddies attention underwater.

Please click below this link to view the knife :
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =1&theater

Please do not to give me a call or send me an email for more enquirers .
Have a nice day and dive safe.

Plan your dive,Dive your plan

Cheers

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D'X Mike Ooi
PADI Divemaster #323232


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