matth wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:19 pm
LiquidXtasy wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 02, 2018 3:03 pm
matth wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:10 pm
Bad idea, the handle is too short and could slip out of your hand. And when you are under water, you can't tell the difference between the handle and the cutting end. Better off using a bigger knife
Handle works fine for me. And like I have suggested before go with the bright colors for the knife.
Everyone should use whatever they feel works best, for me nothing on the market works better than EEZYCUT for cutting kite lines.
That's a good idea with the bright color, but it still won't help much when you're under water and can't tell which end is the handle and which end is the cutting end. And the handle might work fine for you, but for those of us with bigger hands, our fingers could get in the way of the blades that cut the lines. And when it comes down to a life or death matter, you can't have something like this obstucting the way the knife cuts.
This knife right here is what you want
It's always at your side 24 hours a day, it has a leg strap, to keep it safe and secure, it has a nice grip, and your kite lines don't stand a chance if you decide to cut them lose. And there is without a doubt, a huge difference between the blade and the handle.
That little thing that you think is a knife needs to be in a kitchen for peeling potatoes. Because when it comes down to a life or death matter, you don't want to be figeting around with a play toy, you want a real knife that is going to get the job done when you need it the most.