Promate Scuba Diving Snorkeling Fishing Line Rope Cable Cutter Blade Knife KF001
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Promate Fishing Line, Rope, Cable Cutter - KF001

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Promate Fishing Line, Rope, Cable Cutter (KF001)
  • Heavy duty line cutter
  • Easy holding handle
  • Disassemble to replace blades
  • Includes 2 replacement blades

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Stan-The Man
Don't Leave Home Without It!!!

This is an item that I now wished I had been smart enough to carry all along, especially when using rope, dog leashes, fishing line, or any rope or string-type arrangement. Fortunately, I attribute my safe-being to "Divine Intervention" as I've had two close-calls which finally got me to listen to that "Little Voice" saying, "Buy a line cutter!"

On my first occasion, my leg became entangle in a power-kite line. Fortunately for me, the large kite was luffing at the time I realized my emergency, but just after I quickly untangled my ankle, the kite suddenly caught a gust of Texas wind and the sturdy "cable-like" power kite cable would have easily severed my ankle to the bone!

Just a couple of weeks ago, we took our little precious dog with us on vacation. I was taking the little guy out for his evening walk from our motel room through the elevator, to hopefully head outside. As the elevator doors began closing after my pushing the buttons, I suddenly realized the little guy had his own mind made up to retreat the other direction down the hall. I panicked looking for a button to open the elevator doors...then I tried to put my hands in between the doors to no avail. My heart sank as the doors closed and I still had hold of the dog leash that had a secondary strap around my wrist! My Swiss Army Money Clip pocket knife was my only hope which I always keep clipped to my T-shirt collar. Just then, the elevator took off to the next higher floors. I was going nuts. I finally cut the line after going two floors higher. I was heartsick thinking this little guy had been dragged up against the elevator doors and was likely choking to death. I returned to our floor only to find his little vaccination tags and license on the floor next to the elevator doors. My heart was crushed. Then, I suddenly looked away down the hall and saw him looking back at me a few feet away as if to say, "I didn't want to go on that elevator!". By the grace of God and old age, I had hooked his leash onto his tag ring rather than the sturdier steel collar ring, thus, the weaker ring easily expanded to release him. My mind and heart were on their proverbial knees in gratitude. I vowed never to let this happen again, so I've bought four of these line cutters and will not walk a dog again without one.

I also won't fly two-line kites, anymore, to boot! If you fly power kites, I strongly recommend using the four (4) line kite design that utilizes the bottom two lines as "brake-lines". They allow you to hold the kite in position by defusing the wind's hold on the kite. Hope you all will learn from my experiences, but I'm sure you may possibly have stories that are not so fortunate, and if that's the case, my heart goes out to you. Folks, this item is not an option, THIS IS A NECESSITY! If you parachute, dive, walk a dog, fish, go boating, water ski, or drive a car with a seat belt -- anything that has the possibility of entanglement or entrapment of you or a loved one, BUY ONE OF THESE AND KEEP IT WITHIN IMMEDIATE REACH! Last comment -- I preferred this model because the blades are replaceable, angled for cutting ease, and the grip allows full-hand grasp for a positive hold. This particular cutter feels sturdy and I trust it will do the job.

S
Stan-The Man
Don't Leave Home Without It!!!

This is an item that I now wished I had been smart enough to carry all along, especially when using rope, dog leashes, fishing line, or any rope or string-type arrangement. Fortunately, I attribute my safe-being to "Divine Intervention" as I've had two close-calls which finally got me to listen to that "Little Voice" saying, "Buy a line cutter!"

On my first occasion, my leg became entangle in a power-kite line. Fortunately for me, the large kite was luffing at the time I realized my emergency, but just after I quickly untangled my ankle, the kite suddenly caught a gust of Texas wind and the sturdy "cable-like" power kite cable would have easily severed my ankle to the bone!

Just a couple of weeks ago, we took our little precious dog with us on vacation. I was taking the little guy out for his evening walk from our motel room through the elevator, to hopefully head outside. As the elevator doors began closing after my pushing the buttons, I suddenly realized the little guy had his own mind made up to retreat the other direction down the hall. I panicked looking for a button to open the elevator doors...then I tried to put my hands in between the doors to no avail. My heart sank as the doors closed and I still had hold of the dog leash that had a secondary strap around my wrist! My Swiss Army Money Clip pocket knife was my only hope which I always keep clipped to my T-shirt collar. Just then, the elevator took off to the next higher floors. I was going nuts. I finally cut the line after going two floors higher. I was heartsick thinking this little guy had been dragged up against the elevator doors and was likely choking to death. I returned to our floor only to find his little vaccination tags and license on the floor next to the elevator doors. My heart was crushed. Then, I suddenly looked away down the hall and saw him looking back at me a few feet away as if to say, "I didn't want to go on that elevator!". By the grace of God and old age, I had hooked his leash onto his tag ring rather than the sturdier steel collar ring, thus, the weaker ring easily expanded to release him. My mind and heart were on their proverbial knees in gratitude. I vowed never to let this happen again, so I've bought four of these line cutters and will not walk a dog again without one.

I also won't fly two-line kites, anymore, to boot! If you fly power kites, I strongly recommend using the four (4) line kite design that utilizes the bottom two lines as "brake-lines". They allow you to hold the kite in position by defusing the wind's hold on the kite. Hope you all will learn from my experiences, but I'm sure you may possibly have stories that are not so fortunate, and if that's the case, my heart goes out to you. Folks, this item is not an option, THIS IS A NECESSITY! If you parachute, dive, walk a dog, fish, go boating, water ski, or drive a car with a seat belt -- anything that has the possibility of entanglement or entrapment of you or a loved one, BUY ONE OF THESE AND KEEP IT WITHIN IMMEDIATE REACH! Last comment -- I preferred this model because the blades are replaceable, angled for cutting ease, and the grip allows full-hand grasp for a positive hold. This particular cutter feels sturdy and I trust it will do the job.

S
Stan-The Man
Don't Leave Home Without It!!!

This is an item that I now wished I had been smart enough to carry all along, especially when using rope, dog leashes, fishing line, or any rope or string-type arrangement. Fortunately, I attribute my safe-being to "Divine Intervention" as I've had two close-calls which finally got me to listen to that "Little Voice" saying, "Buy a line cutter!"

On my first occasion, my leg became entangle in a power-kite line. Fortunately for me, the large kite was luffing at the time I realized my emergency, but just after I quickly untangled my ankle, the kite suddenly caught a gust of Texas wind and the sturdy "cable-like" power kite cable would have easily severed my ankle to the bone!

Just a couple of weeks ago, we took our little precious dog with us on vacation. I was taking the little guy out for his evening walk from our motel room through the elevator, to hopefully head outside. As the elevator doors began closing after my pushing the buttons, I suddenly realized the little guy had his own mind made up to retreat the other direction down the hall. I panicked looking for a button to open the elevator doors...then I tried to put my hands in between the doors to no avail. My heart sank as the doors closed and I still had hold of the dog leash that had a secondary strap around my wrist! My Swiss Army Money Clip pocket knife was my only hope which I always keep clipped to my T-shirt collar. Just then, the elevator took off to the next higher floors. I was going nuts. I finally cut the line after going two floors higher. I was heartsick thinking this little guy had been dragged up against the elevator doors and was likely choking to death. I returned to our floor only to find his little vaccination tags and license on the floor next to the elevator doors. My heart was crushed. Then, I suddenly looked away down the hall and saw him looking back at me a few feet away as if to say, "I didn't want to go on that elevator!". By the grace of God and old age, I had hooked his leash onto his tag ring rather than the sturdier steel collar ring, thus, the weaker ring easily expanded to release him. My mind and heart were on their proverbial knees in gratitude. I vowed never to let this happen again, so I've bought four of these line cutters and will not walk a dog again without one.

I also won't fly two-line kites, anymore, to boot! If you fly power kites, I strongly recommend using the four (4) line kite design that utilizes the bottom two lines as "brake-lines". They allow you to hold the kite in position by defusing the wind's hold on the kite. Hope you all will learn from my experiences, but I'm sure you may possibly have stories that are not so fortunate, and if that's the case, my heart goes out to you. Folks, this item is not an option, THIS IS A NECESSITY! If you parachute, dive, walk a dog, fish, go boating, water ski, or drive a car with a seat belt -- anything that has the possibility of entanglement or entrapment of you or a loved one, BUY ONE OF THESE AND KEEP IT WITHIN IMMEDIATE REACH! Last comment -- I preferred this model because the blades are replaceable, angled for cutting ease, and the grip allows full-hand grasp for a positive hold. This particular cutter feels sturdy and I trust it will do the job.

S
Stan-The Man
Don't Leave Home Without It!!!

This is an item that I now wished I had been smart enough to carry all along, especially when using rope, dog leashes, fishing line, or any rope or string-type arrangement. Fortunately, I attribute my safe-being to "Divine Intervention" as I've had two close-calls which finally got me to listen to that "Little Voice" saying, "Buy a line cutter!"

On my first occasion, my leg became entangle in a power-kite line. Fortunately for me, the large kite was luffing at the time I realized my emergency, but just after I quickly untangled my ankle, the kite suddenly caught a gust of Texas wind and the sturdy "cable-like" power kite cable would have easily severed my ankle to the bone!

Just a couple of weeks ago, we took our little precious dog with us on vacation. I was taking the little guy out for his evening walk from our motel room through the elevator, to hopefully head outside. As the elevator doors began closing after my pushing the buttons, I suddenly realized the little guy had his own mind made up to retreat the other direction down the hall. I panicked looking for a button to open the elevator doors...then I tried to put my hands in between the doors to no avail. My heart sank as the doors closed and I still had hold of the dog leash that had a secondary strap around my wrist! My Swiss Army Money Clip pocket knife was my only hope which I always keep clipped to my T-shirt collar. Just then, the elevator took off to the next higher floors. I was going nuts. I finally cut the line after going two floors higher. I was heartsick thinking this little guy had been dragged up against the elevator doors and was likely choking to death. I returned to our floor only to find his little vaccination tags and license on the floor next to the elevator doors. My heart was crushed. Then, I suddenly looked away down the hall and saw him looking back at me a few feet away as if to say, "I didn't want to go on that elevator!". By the grace of God and old age, I had hooked his leash onto his tag ring rather than the sturdier steel collar ring, thus, the weaker ring easily expanded to release him. My mind and heart were on their proverbial knees in gratitude. I vowed never to let this happen again, so I've bought four of these line cutters and will not walk a dog again without one.

I also won't fly two-line kites, anymore, to boot! If you fly power kites, I strongly recommend using the four (4) line kite design that utilizes the bottom two lines as "brake-lines". They allow you to hold the kite in position by defusing the wind's hold on the kite. Hope you all will learn from my experiences, but I'm sure you may possibly have stories that are not so fortunate, and if that's the case, my heart goes out to you. Folks, this item is not an option, THIS IS A NECESSITY! If you parachute, dive, walk a dog, fish, go boating, water ski, or drive a car with a seat belt -- anything that has the possibility of entanglement or entrapment of you or a loved one, BUY ONE OF THESE AND KEEP IT WITHIN IMMEDIATE REACH! Last comment -- I preferred this model because the blades are replaceable, angled for cutting ease, and the grip allows full-hand grasp for a positive hold. This particular cutter feels sturdy and I trust it will do the job.

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