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Balance in freediving

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THere Are NO limits!!!
Jun 12, 2002
At what depth should I be neutral
y buoyant if ,for example I dive to 40mt?
It depends if you use bifins or mono.

For mono, to 40m, I would be neutral at 8-10m. For good stiff carbon or fiber bifins, to 40m, neutral at 12-15m. For weak plastic bifins, to 40m, neutral at 17-20m.

My opinion!

Eric Fattah
BC, Canada