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Cressi Space Frof One

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renemarcsamson

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Jan 23, 2002
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Hello there!

Can anyone tell me what they thin of the Cressi Space Frog One open heel fins? Thinking of getting a pair...

Cheers, and dive safely!
 

redhell

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Aug 28, 2002
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They are very good fins for the early stages of your diving career (ex recreational) with a good balance between thrust and comfort. Personally I use them always for my recr. diving but for technical dives I use Cressi's MasterFrog fins. Unseen thrust - developed from freediving fins (gara2000 I think)...

Thrust is necessary with doubles and stage-bottles.

If you are "big" in body volume as I am (1.95, 110Kg) MasterFrog would be a better choice.
 

Arduous

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Aug 21, 2002
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Love them.

Got them, love them !
I have two pair, one for wet suit, one for dry suit.
 
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