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LEIPUPA Scuba Diving Line Cutter Dive Double Edged Twin Blade wi

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Product description

Description:

- Stainless steel double edged blade with sheath storage pouch

- Sharp enough provides extremely effective line cutting

- Durable pp plastic handle makes it easy to use and won't hurt your hands

"p" - Equipped with 2" webbing strap mounts for easy carrying

"p" - Lightweight, Compact, Anti-rust and Portable

"p""b"Specification:

"p" - Length: 10cm/3.9 inch

"p" - Width: 3.5cm/1.38 inch

"p" - Thickness: 0.8cm/0.3 inch

"p""b"Package Includes:

"p"1 Piece Line Cutter with Strap

"p"1 Piece Storage Pouch

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