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New Monofin, Monofoil. Swordfish.

PoseidonSv

PoseidonSv

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New monofoil monofin?

 
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cdavis

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could not find a price on their web page. How much do these go for?
 
PoseidonSv

PoseidonSv

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Is prices under shop if moving cursor over the fins.

€950 of the wide or narrower blade or €1250 for bundle with both width.

I am surprised no one talk about it in this forum yet.

Surprising is that all photos are computer generated no photos of the finished product and no independent person here tried is and reviewed it yet.
 
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cdavis

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The product looks very similar to Ron Smith's Dol-fins, price is also similar. He isn't producing anymore and I'd like another source should anything happen to my Dolfin. Wish them luck. I look forward to a review by somebody who has experience with a Dolfin Orca.
 
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REVAN

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The website listed above is down. Anyone know if they are still planning to move on this? Anyone know where they are/were located?
 
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Asaf freediver

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Is it realy most efficient? Is well known athellets using it?
 
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cdavis

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Is it realy most efficient? Is well known athellets using it?
I think the swordfish fin is not available and I never heard of it being used in competition. Dol-fin Orcas have been used in competition with good results. I think mine is more efficient than bifins in general reef crawling. At least, I'm less tired at the end of the day.
 
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The website listed above is down. Anyone know if they are still planning to move on this? Anyone know where they are/were located?
Hi Ron, our site is back up & running. We are based in Hungary :)
 
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Thank you for interest guys! We were busy with optimising Swordfish Fins for mass production, and after a lot of testing we are happy to announce we're ready. Our presale starts tomorrow, make sure to pre-order in November for the earliest shipping dates.

Ananda Parrott, CEO
 
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