MAKO Kona Spearfishing Kill Knives: Titanium and Stainless Steel

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MAKO Kona Spearfishing Kill Knives: Titanium and Stainless Steel

The MAKO Kona Spearfishing Kill Knives, available in both Titanium and Stainless Steel, are professional grade kill spearfishing knives for the serious spearfishermen.

Equipped with a super sharp point, a serrated edge on one side and a straight edge on the other, the MAKO spearfishing Kona Kill Knives can dispatch your fish quickly and easily.  Dispatching your fish quickly secures your catch and keeps the sharks away. 

Wear it on your:

  • Weight belt
  • Arm
  • Leg
  • In your wetsuit knife pocket

“WETSUIT KNIFE POCKETS” save lives!!!

Most high quality freediving wetsuits, such as the MAKO/Yamamoto freediving wetsuits include a “knife pocket”. 

By keeping your knife in a wetsuit knife pocket, you avoid tangles with floatlines, reel lines, kelp, rogue fishing lines and rogue nets. This is a total game changer in safety!!

ALL MAKO KONA KILL KNIVES WORK IN ALL KNIFE POCKETS!

NOTICE: Not all kill knives work with wetsuit knife pockets.  To work with “wetsuit knife pockets”, the sheath height must extend upward to the approximate height of the “knife hande”. This configuration ensures the sheath stays in place when installing and removing the knife from the holster. 

Titanium

vs.

Teflon Coated Stainless Steel

Can’t decide?  Read this…

Teflon Coated Stainless Steel Spearfishing Kill Knives do rust over time because they have been hardened.  High quality spearfishing kill knives are hardened to enable them to penetrate a fishes’ skull. This hardening process means they will develop rust. However, with regular sharpening and maintenance, the rust is not an issue.

Titanium Spearfishing Kill Knives are the best.  They do cost a bit more, but Titanium makes for a higher quality spearfishing kill knife because it will never rust and it will maintain a sharper edge and point for much longer than stainless steel.

  • Available in two blade lengths
  • includes sheath and straps.

Sizes:
Standard Blade 3.5” Hadle 4.25” Overall 7.75”
Xtra Long Blade 4.5” Handle 4.25 Overall 8.75”

kona dive knife on arm

Kona Kill Dive Knife arm mounted

image-divider kona dive knife on belt

Kona Kill Dive Knife Belt Mounted

image-divider Both long and short Kona Kill Knives fit in the MAKO/Yamamoto wetsuit knife pockets

Both long and short Kona Kill Knives fit in the MAKO/Yamamoto wetsuit knife pockets. REMEMBER!!! Knife pockets in wetsuits save lives!

image-divider Kona Standard Blade includes 2 Marseilles style straps

Kona Standard Blade includes 2 Marseilles style straps

image-divider Kona Xtra Long Blade includes 2 straps with quick release buckles

Kona Xtra Long Blade includes 2 straps with quick release buckles

image-divider Mako Kona Titanium Kill Knive

Mako Kona Titanium Kill Knive with included sheath

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  • 5
    Knife

    Posted by Brandon on Oct 13th 2023

    Great knife, great price, and exactly what I was looking for!

  • 4
    Name says it all.

    Posted by Brandon Fox on Aug 30th 2022

    It definitely does the job in its name. Would like to have a better lock-in mech than the o-ring type.

  • 4
    Kona standard blade

    Posted by Will Hearn on Aug 4th 2022

    This is the one to get. Small, sharp stiletto type blade with one serrated side. My brother had the bigger knife and everything about it is worse. The sheath doesn’t hold well and the grip is smooth hard plastic unlike the standard Kona which has a better sheath and a grippy hard rubber handle. Not sure what they were thinking with the long blade but it’s half the useful knife the standard is.

  • 5
    Downright quality

    Posted by Georgiy Maruzhenko on Jul 31st 2022

    No-nonsense full metal tang of decent steel sharpened out of the box to a point... Oh and its all made in Italy with great quality plastic and rubbers plus an extra keeper piece in case the original ever snaps. Mako spoiling us here.

  • 4
    Dive knife

    Posted by Tony L Marshall on Mar 28th 2022

    This knife is exactly the same as the Koah knife I purchased for twice the cost. The only difference between the two is a magnetized case that Koah provides. I would love to see Mako offer the magnetized case for the knife but even as is this is a great value!

  • 5
    Xtra long blade

    Posted by Lynn Schaal on Mar 15th 2022

    This knife has performed wonderfully. Even better, I used the knife to fillet the fish I speared every day. The blade is really sharp. I hope it will be able to be sharpened and hold an edge. So far, though, I couldn't be happier with this knife.

  • 5
    Kona standard blade

    Posted by William on Nov 13th 2021

    Lightweight and sharp. Secure sheath with quick access.

  • 5
    Kona dive knife

    Posted by Cathy Hearn on Sep 9th 2021

    Love this little knife. Very useful for diving. I’ve bought 3 for my family! They love them!!

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by CHOI JANG WON on Jan 29th 2021

    Very good

  • 5
    Great Knife

    Posted by Chase on Jan 29th 2021

    A simple classic design that just works for dispatching fish, filleting, etc.

  • 5
    Better than the titanium

    Posted by Aaron Jones on Jan 29th 2021

    Much better than the titanium dive knife. This knife has a rubber strap that holds it in place so if something hooks the knife it does get lost as easily. The titanium has a very poor design. You can just pull it right out of the case. The titanium has a push-button to keep it in but mine was super weak and ended up cost me the titanium knife first swim use. Go with the Kona kill knife for sure.

  • 5
    : Kona Kill Knife - Standard Blade or Xtra Long Bl

    Posted by clayton haske on Nov 18th 2020

    Perfect size