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Underwater Kinetics Remora Titanium Blunt Tip

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$65.99

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Overview

Features 

  • Attaches permanently to B.C.or regulator hose so you won't forget
  • Serrated knife cuts through rope & fishing line
  • Sheath attachment kit included for BC strap, pocket or 1/2 inch air hose

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 6.50 in. x 1.80 in. x 0.57 in. (16.51 cm x 4.57 cm x 1.45 cm) 
  • Blade Material: Titanium 
  • Blade Tip: Blunt Tip 
  • Weight: 3.10 oz. 
  • Blade Length: 2.90 in. 
Descriptions

The Underwater Kinetics' Remora Titanium Blunt Tip is their smallest safety knife and helps to provide peace of mind without taking up too much space. The Remora™ Titanium knife is lightweight, a compact 7 inches in length and can be permanently attached to your BC or regulator hose so you never forget it. Its titanium blade resists corrosion and is designed to easily cut through rope, fishing line, and other entanglements.

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  • Can the Remora Blunt Tip Knife be attached to my BC?

    Yes, the Remora can be attached to the 2 inch webbing of your weight belt, the cummerbund of your BC, your leg using leg straps (not included), or any ½ inch hose leading from your first regulator. 

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  • How do I connect my Remora Blunt Tip Knife to my air hose?

    The Remora Blunt Tip Knife can be connected to any of the ½ inch (13mm) air hoses leading from your regulator first stage using the hose clamping plate. Place the hose in the center channel of the clamping plate and using the 4 screws provided attach the plate to the Remora sheath.  

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