COMMANDO DIVE TOOL + STEATH

COMMANDO DIVE TOOL + STEATH

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Land and Sea is the go-to Australian importer for many lines of quality water sports items. When it comes to diving, the Commando dive tool will see you confidently through a variety of activities.

The superb quality of the blade is underpinned by its construction from 420-grade stainless steel, which is ideally suited to craft knives with due to its supreme polish-ability and saltwater corrosion resistance. Maintaining the dive knife is really simple and it will perform at an elite level for a long time to come.

In the Commando range, there is both a diving knife and a knife tool. This Commando dive tool primarily differs because it has a hammerhead tip instead of a Bowie tip. A hammerhead will provide you with a dedicated surface with which to obtain leverage such as removing Abalone from rocks.

Being a multipurpose blade, the Commando dive tool features a line-cutter, flat-edge, and saw-edge on top of the highly useful hammerhead. You get four key functions in just a single tool. Land and Sea also gives you a protective sheath and rubber strap for safe storage.

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS

  • 420-grade stainless steel
  • Hammerhead tip – For removing Abalone or Paua
  • Hollow-ground blade
  • Multipurpose blade
  • Moulded handle
  • Sheath and rubber belt strap included

BENEFITS

  • From first sight, the Commando dive tool certainly fits the bill as a quality piece of dive gear.
  • Underpinning the sheer quality of the tool is the use of 420-grade stainless steel to ensure both effectiveness when using around saltwater conditions and its durability.
  • In just a single tool, you will have a hammerhead tip, line-cutter, flat-edge, and saw-edge for performing a multitude of tasks.
  • When using the tool for long periods of time, you will appreciate the moulded handle and its comfortable feel.
  • Don’t forget to use the moulded sheath and rubber belt strap when the tool needs to be stored safely on your leg.

Diving requires you to be prepared for a vast number of situations.