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ratfink

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How much would you pay for a pair of 5 year old Mares Quattro Avantis? bit scuffed etc for normal wear and tear but not damaged. Cost £80 new.

(I want to upgrade to the new Mares volo)
 

freediver48

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Hey Ratfink,

My scuba friends love them and would hold-out for 50%. The bigger blades are way cool, regretably pricey unless you find a sell-off. Rumour has it a bunch of people may be upgrading their Picasso gear soon. My back-up fins are Jet fins.

Good luck, and safe diving,

Freediver48
 

ratfink

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cheers freeediver48. Yeah I love them too but now you mentioned backup fins you got me thinking - do I really want to sell them? !!!
cheers
ratfink:duh
 

Dr Scuba

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5 year old fins - general wear and tear - cost 80 quid new - would consider paying 15 to 20 quid maximum
But that is what i would start at
 
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