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A multipurpose rescue knife for watersport enthusiasts.

Whatever your watersport addiction, make sure to equip yourself with the Stohliquist Squeeze Lock Blunt Tip Knife. Ideal for paddlers, divers, or whitewater enthusiasts, the Squeeze Lock offers a durable rescue knife that's easy to use when you find yourself in dicey situations and in need of a reliable knife.

  • Three-inch stainless steel blade provides years of dependable cutting ease
  • Blunt tip blade enable easy prying and offers a safer option to use in flowing water
  • Patented locking mechanism allows the blade to securely lock into the sheath, while an easy squeeze of the handle release the knife
  • Multiple mounting options for convenience

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1 5

Piece of garbage, go NRS Pilot/Co-Pilot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This knife lasted 1 day into a 21 day Grand Canyon trip. The hilt is made of CHEAP and THIN plastic. I have a Stohlquist PFD and I love it, so I was like, why not buy the Stohlquist knife. The knife received a light impact and the whole hilt broke in half. Luckily, my uncle had an NRS Co-Pilot he was planning on giving me for my b-day anyway. The NRS knives are way more durable and the hilt is metal reinforced. Had my knife tether get caught climbing back into the raft after a cool down and it was full weight pulling at the knife and it held, momentarily preventing me back in :). I still love my Stohlquist PFD and gloves and some other items from them, so I still trust them overall, but NRS is the way to go for a PFD knife.

TLDR; Cheap knife, breaks with minor contact/stress. Get the NRS Pilot/Co-Pilot instead.

4 5

There when you need it, hope you don't.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a great little river knife. Fairly sharp right out of the box. Blunt tip so you don't puncture your rubber or yourself. Serrated and straight edge cover all cutting bases. Locks into the holster nice and tight. No worries about this thing coming off. Thankfully I have never had to use this for any rescue missions, just cutting the occasional para cord and whatnot.

1 5

Great sheath, terrible knife.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I own this knife and felt compelled to comment on it for the sake of others- the sheath is brilliant, probably the most versatile I've ever seen. The blunt tip is strong and makes for a good screwdriver. But the knife itself is garbage. I would not trust my life to it in any situation. Both edges are relatively dull, not easily sharpened. I've tried to cut numerous types of rope, and it involved a lot of sawing and hacking with shaggy results. Even after I attempted sharpening it using multiple methods, this is the rare knife I've encountered that couldn't take an edge. Equally useless is the line-cutter.
If anyone has an alternative knife recommendation that works better, please let us all know below. This thing is junk.

5 5

Does the job and looks boss.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ended up attaching it much like all the other pictures seen here. It also comes with a few other methods of attachment. Works great. Easy release. Never had to cut a rope with it luckily but I can attest to its extreme sharpness.