H2O Fixed Family

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Born from water, the 112 was originally developed for an elite military program.
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About the product
Born from water, the H2O fixed was originally developed for an elite military program. The knife features a blunt tip, opposing bevel for torsional strength and an integrated hook for cutting through straps, webbing and other pliable materials. Designed and manufactured in the USA with Austrian blade steel.

Designer: Benchmade
Mechanism: Fixed
Action: Fixed Blade
Blade Steel: N680 (57-59 HRC)
Blade Length: 3.50" (8.89cm)
Blade Thickness: 0.124" (3.15mm)
Overall Length: 8.07" (20.50cm)
Handle Thickness: 0.59" (14.99mm)
Weight: 3.20oz. (90.72g)
Sheath Weight: 1.40oz. (39.69g)
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Blade Edge Serrated
Blade Finish/Color Satin
Blade Style/Shape Opposing Bevel
Clip Type No Clip
Clip Position N/A
Glass Breaker No
Handle Material Rubberized Overmold
Lanyard Hole Yes
MOLLE Compatible No
Sheath Type Injection Molded Plastic
Use Outdoor, Rescue

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A review from: Paul
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First I'll say I have many Benchmade knives and for the most part is the only brand I buy. customer service and quality are excellent. With this knife however there are problems. the actual knife seems just fine, but the problem lies in the sheath. A knife branded as a scuba/water activity knife should be able to perform in those types of conditions. ie being banged around, hanging from scuba gear, used in white water rafting/kayaking etc. the blade seems perfect for those activities, rubberized grip, flat tipped blade, string/rope cutter, etc. the problem is the sheath will not hold the blade. there is a locking mechanism but it is dangerous. if you just wiggle the knife back and forth a little the lock will disengage and the knife will fall out. I really wanted to have a benchmade knife for scuba diving but I'm scared this knife will either be lost or put me in danger if the knife falls out of its sheath as it does easily in the best of circumstances. I thought about just using paracord to keep it at least attached to me in case the lock fails, but I also dont want a sharp knife just dangling around all my scuba gear if I dont notice it come loose. Another issue is that divers in colder areas wear gloves and I cant see being able to manipulate the tiny locking mechanism with gloves on. most dive knives have a larger push button release system to keep the knife secure but enable a gloved hand to release them. I know this knife doesnt specifically say it's a dive knife but For any water activity I would imagine the problems will be the same (ie sharp knife bouncing around a whitewater raft doesnt seem like a great plan.) seems like this knife was just kind of a half hearted attempt with little thought put into the environment where it would be used. even if the just sheath was changed to have a better locking mechanism appropriate for a water knife this would be a five star review. As is though I have never used the knife because just walking around with it clipped to my scuba gear the knife will fall out of the sheath.