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Dynamis Alliance – Neptune Dive Blade

The long anticipated Neptune Dive Blade is now available from Dynamis Alliance. Created by former Navy SEAL Dom Raso and manufactured in the USA, the Neptune is the culmination of over 11 years of meticulous research, development, and invaluable real-world operational experience. It features a CPM-S110V full tang blade which is coated with their proprietary NEPT-X a durable, corrosion-resistant finish capable of withstanding the harshest aquatic conditions.

With several sheath options, the retention system features triple retention, whether you are on land or sea and is designed to be attached directly to your BC or a MOLLE platform.

Not your average dive tool, the Neptune features a spear point with serrations down one edge and a line cutter notch on the other.

Additionally, the scale grip system can be removed for maintenance and incorporates a lanyard loop.


12 Responses to “Dynamis Alliance – Neptune Dive Blade”

  1. MiamiC70 says:

    $750.00, ROFL ?

    • Andy Markcyst says:

      At $750, I’ll just bribe the shark not to bite me.

    • Daddy Warbuck$ says:

      I see the Hi-point owners have checked in. It’s a quality knife for quality buyers. Obviously not your cup of tea mate.

      • Philip says:

        “Hipoint owners” lmao go sit on a cactus. Anyone with a knowledge of gear beyond airsoft fanboy isn’t paying that amount for what this is.

        You can get an ESEE with the same functionality at 1/4 the price, still USA-made with some of the best customer service in the industry. This has “DOD contract” and “unit funded” written all over it.

    • No1_Important says:

      $750.00 made by Tier-1 guys who were issued a Cold Steel SRK which retails for $53.99 on sale now for $29.99. I do appreciate that it comes with a custom waterproof case though, only fitting for a purpose built dive knife.

  2. Burdy says:

    Id be shocked if it can match Spydercos H2 corrosion resistance, even at 5x the cost

  3. Unimog says:

    Having dived the world over, for some 25 + years I have never once needed a spear point on a ” dive knife” blunt tips have been way more useful getting under tight straps and prying. my Benchmade H2O (140$ish) or my titanium Aqua Lung Argonaut (150$ish) have worked quite well as some even cheaper ones have. Don’t get me wrong that’s a nice looking knife, but at its price and design it was never realistically meant for its intended use.

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