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Apr 1, 2001
My friend and I have recently become interested in freediving and we are looking to purchase a monofin. Could anybody reccomend a fin for around $100 or less. We are both strong swimmers of around 11st. Is bigger nescessarily better?

monofin builder

You can buy good handmade mono's from Sebak Estonia.
Their web page is www.sebakfins.com .
The Sebak personnel cannot answer, which kind of monofin is good for
freediving, because their primary customers are finswimmers.
I bought a monofin from Sebak in 6/2000, and I am very happy with it, I
use this monofin in freediving-pool sessions and after couple of weeks I
maybe have some knowledge, is it good in open water constant weight
diving. Also I cannot answer, which kind of monofin is good for
freediving, but I hope some other guy have opinion about the issue
(would a wider be better, or longer). In Sebak they have very many
stiffnesses of the blade material. Their standard blade size is about
70cm x 70cm, but you can order whatever size you like.
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