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Cetma s-swing foot pockets fit carbon blade

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Hi all experience freediver,
I am really deep like the Cetma s-swing foot pockets because it fit the foot. when you kicking, a little bit force when DYN.
However, I have some question would like to ask.
What types of carbon blade is perfect fir the to install s-swing?
Is it molchanovs c1 blade fit to assemble?
What kind of method is good to assemble?

Thanks to advice me
 

mmal

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Hi all experience freediver,
I am really deep like the Cetma s-swing foot pockets because it fit the foot. when you kicking, a little bit force when DYN.
However, I have some question would like to ask.
What types of carbon blade is perfect fir the to install s-swing?
Is it molchanovs c1 blade fit to assemble?
What kind of method is good to assemble?

Thanks to advice me
I've seen the S-WiNG used with Alchemy, CETMA (obviously), DiveR, etc... pretty much any blade will fit the S-WiNG, but it is definitely optimized for CETMA blades with the longer section after the angle, as well as the longer water rails. The pocket its self has a ton of reinforcement at the base and bottom of the heel area, that's why they work so well with blades that have the shorter section after the angle.

I've seen folks add longer water rails to their blades so that they're able to utilize the flow design of the S-WiNG, but that's not necessary.
 
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