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Carbon blades compare: Merou - C4 (Falcon 80)

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Feb 9, 2004
Hi all,

I would like to ask that freedivers help who have experience with Falcon 80 and Merou carbon blades.

My questions is:
What is the different (is there different) between two blades?

Thanks your answer!


If you compare the two blade, they look same (but the price not same).

So the different thing only the name or something more??
They cetrainly look as if they are made by someone other than C4.

I didn't see a price. how much are they?
I' ve seen them a few times in french and italian spearfishing magazines, but I never heard anything how they are. If you are planning to buy one of these two fins, I wouldn't take any risk and choose the C4s. These are WR prooved fins and there is a lot of information for you on this forum.
Yeah, Merou is quite expensive... C4 with footpockets cost less than the merou blades... If i were you I wouldnt take any risk with the merou (which could turn out to be a really good fin, who knows?) and just stick with the C4, they are cheaper widely know n and lots of people can help you on this forum if yove got problems...
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