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A rescue and emergency knife for sea and mountain professionals, the SMJ AW RESCUE (Air / Water) is specially designed to cut ropes (including very large diameter hawsers or towing ends).
Already adopted by many rescuers and firefighters of the GRIMP (Group of Research and Intervention in Dangerous Environment).
Available in yellow only
Rescue knife and emergency professionals from the sea and the mountains, the SMJ RESCUE AW (Air / Water) is specifically designed to cut ropes (including towing hawsers or bits of very large diameter). Already adopted by many rescuers and firefighters GRIMP (Group for Research and Intervention in Perilous Environment).
420 steel blade thickness 3 mm to prize, and sheepfoot profile (without tip) to limit the risk of injuries and puncture tires. Denture very specific HPA: wide teeth (easily be sharpened) and very procumbent (strong cutting power).
The Teflon coating protects against corrosion and increases the slip of the blade during cutting of thick section materials. Shackle integrated notching on the back of the blade to prevent slippage of the thumb.
A very flat knife ergonomics particularly studied and reassuring grip. An indispensable tool in addition to EPI for offshore workers, as well as on emergency boats racing or recreation.
The case of SMJ knife was also particularly worked. It is reversible and designed to fit in all positions on almost all types of media: stabilizing jackets, life jacket, harness, backpack, belt, forearm ... The elastic strap secures the knife in its case to avoid loss during reversed ports.
Can also be screwed to post on a boat.
|Shayne B. on 2023-02-11||Excellent product|
|Grégory S. on 2023-02-04||Le couteau de sécurité ultime !|
|Xavier D. on 2019-11-17||Très coupant et apparemment extrêmement solide. Un must à bord du bateau. |
|Kenji P. on 2017-12-03|
|LE couteau pour plongeur Tek|
|Nicolas G. on 2017-09-15||Il trouve naturellement sa place sur le harnais de la wing.|
La couleur est un atout quelque soit la profondeur.
Le tranchant, la prise en main... bref, un incontournable.