View Full Version : Scubapro Mako titanium?

11-27-2007, 05:00
as posted on another forum... just wondering if anybody has heard anything about this knife? all the info i've located online regarding ordering/ etc, seems to be coming from the UK.

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On the Cutting Edge - Scuba Diving Magazine (http://www.scubadiving.com/gear/accessories/GR_acc_on_the_cutting_edge)

Scubapro Mako Titanium Dive Knife Product Details (http://www.greatoutdoors.ie/shopping_admin/product_details/product.cgi?product=DA008&cat=Diving%20Equipment&sub=Diving%20Equipment--Dive%20Lights,%20Bags%20&%20Knives)


11-30-2007, 22:30
I own the 304 stainless version. I absolutely love this knife. The seration portion is just plain nasty. Although I've gotten more use out of the bottle opener:smiley9: it is an all around great dive knife. Con is that it does not have the mounting pins on the sheath for easy BC mounting.

Another thing, I take this knife out and wash it and the sheath out very good after every dive. Set both out to dry and then spray the knife down with some Rem Oil, wipe off the excess, toss it in the gear bag. This thing has yet to even act like it wants to rust.

Just my 2 pesos

12-03-2007, 02:44
thx goober. i like the rem oil bit!! :smiley2:
i ordered the titanium version, so we'll see how it performs.

12-05-2007, 17:18
Your very welcome! Glad I could help:smiley20: