- Product Description
DetailsThe Cuda folding knife features a rigid, lockable marlin spike that is great for loosening knots. The cutting blade is partially serrated and constructed of Titanium Bonded German 4116 stainless steel so it will stay sharper for a longer period of time and has increased corrosion-resistance.
- Titanium Bonded
- partially serrated cutting blade
- Rigid marlin spike loosens knots
- Non-slip Cuda scale pattern grip
- Folds and locks closed
Cuda Titanium Bonded Marlin Spike Folding Knife is rated out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beach Ghost from Modernized design corrects older shortcomings The locking blade and marlin spike addresses the safety shortcomings of the earlier rigging knives, making both much safer to use. The partially serrated blade aids in cutting different types of lines, getting a good bite on both natural and synthetic fibers. The Cuda pattern grip panels help with retention when hands and knife are wet and the German stainless steel is perfect for resisting rust over older carbon steel blades. I wish I'd had this knife a few years ago when I was racing competively, it really is a huge improvement over the older rigging knives. Well done CUDA!
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Abraxialflame from A nice tool Its compact, comfortable, and performs. The knife blade shape is perfect for rope-related tasks, and the tip works well for precise cutting. The marlin spike is perfect for tackling tough knots, however the locking mechanism for the spike is either not very sturdy or mine has an issue, because it does not lock it in place. Other than that, its great. It went right in my tool box. When you are doing crane lifts, speed is crucial, and it really helps getting the rope off quickly. For the price point/value go grab one.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by BirdieA from Even better than expected! I was looking for a high quality knife that would fit in my pocket and not be too bulky. It's thin but really well made. High quality construction. Sharp sturdy blade. It has a Marlin spike that I wasn't sure I would even use it just seemed like an extra I wouldn't use. I did use it and now I use it all the time! It's a handy little tool. It's a terrific all around knife.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Blsmith from Great knife for the tackle box This knife is made with very high quality parts, the handle is rubber coated to prevent slipping in your hands when wet. The Marlin spike is very useful when untying knots and you don't have to worry about the knife corroding. It is a very useful tool for a tackle box wherever you fish. I would recommend this knife to anyone who is a avid fisherman.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by mike7896 from Good boat / fishing knife! This is a great knife to keep on your boat or in tackle box as it being stainless there is not the worry of rust / corrosion and the marlin spike is surprisingly handy! I did try to dull the knife a bit as I cut things on various surfaces but it still seemed to work fine but I still sharpened it more. A sharp knife is a good knife!
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hankisk from Great! These are now my favorite shears , they are great , thick steel, nice good sized hex bolt and nut holding them together , and you get put all four fingers in the bottom loop , for powerful shearing , short blades give you more cutting power at the tips also , just great !
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by Larry Dee from nice received this knife and used it with my Scout troop splicing rope and removing knots. It worked fine. Solid feel and comfortable grips. I thought the Knife was dull and the serrated blade would be better as a regular blade for more cutting area and ease of sharpening.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by yakkin from Interesting tool This knife makes a interesting tool. The textured grip makes it easy to hold in any situations wet or dry. The locking mechanism seems to be sturdy on both the blade and spike. I haven't yet put the spike to the test but seems like it'll be useful for many things
Date published: 2017-04-14