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Seawing Nova's ....Wow

Discussion in 'SCUBAPRO' started by rockinrebel, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. rockinrebel

    rockinrebel Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Richmond Hill, Georgia
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    I just wanted say thank you to the Scubapro company for making such a great product.
    Last year down in the Florida Keys my wife struggled getting her fins off to get back on the dive boat. I bought her a pair of Seawing Nova's because I knew they would be easy to take on and off. They are.
    Here is what shocked me. I can't believe how fast my wife can move through the water with these fins !! And with very little leg strain or effort !!
    I just ordered a pair for myself. We're heading back to Marathon in the Keys in a few weeks.
    I have been a Scubapro fan since I first learned to dive in 1972. My wife and both have Scubapro BC's (Classic and Glide Plus), regs (MK 25's with A700 and S600 - also AIR 2's), and fins (Seawing Nova's).
    Thanks for making a product that makes diving easier, safer and more fun and effortless.

    Chuck
    Richmond Hill, Georgia
     
  2. sheeper

    sheeper Public Safety Diver

    # of Dives: 5,000 - ∞
    Location: Vero Beach, Florida, United States
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    ha! i just switched to these fins myself. i'm very impressed with the power and control.

    one thing i noticed was that i had to adjust my kick a little. when i'm hovering just off the bottom, the fin flexes more than i expect and will actually "ting" the reef.
     

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