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Penetrator vs dive R

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Fiona

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Anyone have advice on the two brands penetrator and dive R composite fins.
Debating which one to buy as well as foot pockets was looking at c4 400's.
Thoughts please
 

Mr. X

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Hi Fiona, YouTube spearo Daniel Man uses DiveR blades and is possibly the best advert for them - although he said he paid for them (possibly in Oz). He has shorter blades for travelling and said he didn't notice a difference in use (which I find hard to believe but perhaps comparing them to longer but lesser blades?).

He visited the DiveR factory in one of his videos. There is a specific footpocket they prefer and use. You should probably check but I think it was the Mares Razor footpocket. Floridafreedivers have good YouTube videos on footpockets and blades (they carry an impressive number of different brands and models).
 
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Keas96744

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I have the penetrator ghost composites and i like them they are longer then the diveR fins so if for just freediving they may be perfect for them but for spear fishing may be a little long for shallow dives and rocky entry shore dives
 
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