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Sporasub H. Dessault blade color

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John A

Well-Known Member
Sep 15, 2004
Is there any difference in blade stiffness based on color? I see they seem to now offer blue/black/green/gray. I rotoate between my open heal cressi's for scuba and an very old pair of closed heal H. Dessaults for free diving (when dacor sold them), just thought it is time to replace them, showing a lot of stress on the blades.
As far as I am aware there is no difference with the new Sporasub H Dess. blades.

I think that there used to be but now it is just a colour.

I asked this question a while back and know that there is quite alot on SHDess. here in the forum - try the search function, maybe within the freediving equipment and you should come up with something.
Better yet, you can go to the DB shop and ask the personnel. You'll get fast, friendly service, and they can answer all of your questions. :)
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