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    As I mentioned before OMS Slipstream

    Here’s the blurb from the website

    “ The SlipStream Monoprene Fins are manufactured from neutrally buoyant Monoprene™ material creating a lightweight but high performance fin. “

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    Quote Originally Posted by cathal View Post
    Thank for that. I am actually looking for a recommendation for a neutral weight fin in the water


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    It was a waffly recommendation.

    Here’s a shorter version. Avanti Quattro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John63 View Post
    As I mentioned before OMS Slipstream

    Here’s the blurb from the website

    “ The SlipStream Monoprene Fins are manufactured from neutrally buoyant Monoprene™ material creating a lightweight but high performance fin. “
    That’s great, thanks for the info


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    If I let go of my Avanti Quattros when putting them on, they sink so very slowly that they must be almost neutral.
    Definitely don't doubt Dawn - not if you value your life

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divemouse View Post
    If I let go of my Avanti Quattros when putting them on, they sink so very slowly that they must be almost neutral.
    Second that. However, not sure about the quality - mine started to split along one of the channels afte a mere 1,000 or so dives!

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    mine started to split along one of the channels after a mere 1,000 or so dives!

    >>Ha ha, You must be treating them harshly, mine have done 1000+ with no splits so far (fingers crossed!) :-)
    >>The do sink, they may not be 'heavy' but they are definitely not neutrally buoyant


 
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