Cressi Lizard Professional Multipurpose Dive Knife

CressiSKU: 221235-01

Color: Black
Sale price$89.90 USD

Description

The Lizard is an Italian-made professional, multipurpose diver’s knife, with blade and handle in w 1.4116 martensitic stainless steel, hardness HRC 55/56, for an extremely sharp and honed blade. The 1.4116 steel is a stainless steel known for its high corrosion resistance, strength, and good mechanical properties. A knife with a dagger handle designed specifically for fishing. In the body of the knife, a part is intended for the extraction of stranded shafts and for straightening them. The knife can be removed from its sheath quickly and with one hand thanks to a special mechanical system. The sheath is made of hard plastic and tanks to the straps it can be attached to a leg for fast extraction of the knife. The total length of the knife is 21,0 cm | 8.26 in. The blade is long  10,5 cm | 4.13 in and thick 3,8 mm | 0.15 in. The Lizard is designed and manufactured in Italy by Cressi, an Italian brand pioneer in freediving, spearfishing, and scuba diving equipment since 1946. The product is covered by a 2-year limited warranty.

Features:

The Lizard is an Italian-made professional, multipurpose diver’s knife, with a blade and handle in martensitic stainless steel, hardness HRC 55/56, for an extremely sharp and honed blade.

A knife with a dagger handle designed specifically for fishing.

In the body of the knife, a part is intended for the extraction of stranded shafts and for straightening them.

The knife can be removed from its sheath quickly and with one hand thanks to a special mechanical system.

The sheath is made of hard plastic and tanks to the straps it can be attached to a leg for fast extraction of the knife.

The total length of the knife is 21,0 cm | 8.26 in. The blade is long 10,5 cm | 4.13 in and thick 3,8 mm | 0.15 in.

The Lizard is designed and manufactured in Italy by Cressi, an Italian brand pioneer in freediving, spearfishing, and scuba diving equipment since 1946.

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