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Scubapro Twin Jets - Graphite or black?

Discussion in 'Fins, Masks and Snorkels' started by Juris Diver, May 25, 2002.

  1. Juris Diver

    Juris Diver Angel Fish

    Which would be the better choice for single tank wet suit rec diving (not too much of a load to push around)?

    Graphite is supposed to have a different feel than black, which is supposed to give a more "standard" fin feel. Which did you choose and why?

  2. CaptHaddock

    CaptHaddock Angel Fish

    As far as I know, the graphite and black version depends on the type of diver that you are. The graphite is positively bouyant while the black is negatively bouyant. So the purchase depends on whether your legs float or sink, or if you rather have your fins float in the water if you happen to drop them overboard.
  3. MightyDiver

    MightyDiver Angel Fish

    I chose the yellow hi-viz Twin Jets for their slightly positive bouyancy and their form fitting soft material. Scubapro says they are similar to the Graphite Twin Jets but made from a different material. I really like them. I mean really REALLY like them.

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