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NRS Titanium Co-Pilot Knife

NRS Titanium Co-Pilot Knife

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Titanium Co-Pilot
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The NRS Titanium Co-Pilot knife is not exactly a cheap option, but if you are looking for a durable and high quality product then it is worth the money. It is a more compact version of the NRS Pilot knife, which means it also packs the same great features. The smaller size of the Co-Pilot makes it an ideal fit to keep in your PFD, but make sure that it is secured properly as dropping it in the water means you’ll be throwing away a considerable chunk of money.

As the name suggests, the Titanium Co-Pilot knife is constructed from titanium, which means it is stronger than steel, but also very lightweight. In addition, titanium is an excellent material for holding a keen edge, so you won’t have to worry about the blade becoming blunt anytime soon. The blade is also corrosion-resistant, so it is ideal for using in and around any type of water.

What makes the Titanium Co-Pilot knife so useful aboard a kayak is the way in which it has been designed. It has a super sharp edge that incorporates both serrated and smooth sections, so you are prepared for any type of situation. However, it has a blunt tip, so you don’t have to worry about causing unintentional punctures. This is particularly useful for anyone fishing from an inflatable kayak as you won’t destroy it when you accidentally drop your knife. For additional safety, the Titanium Co-Pilot knife is also only sharpened on the one edge.

The handle of this knife show just as much thought as the blade and incorporates a convenient bottle opener along with an oxygen tank valve wrench. The handle is contoured and features a rubberized grip that wraps around it. Thanks to this design, you can be sure that your grip on the handle will remain secure even when using it in wet conditions. Finally, the Titanium Co-Pilot knife comes with a fiberglass-reinforced nylon sheath that can attach securely to a PFD lash tab. In total this knife is 5.75” long and the blade has a length of 2.25”. It only weighs 1.26 oz, so if you want a general purpose or rescue knife to keep on your PFD then this is one worth serious consideration.


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