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Absolut Escargot
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Beuchat Goldfin?!?!?! Never heard of that, I would go for the Omer Millenium Copetition if ou can get a hold of on of those
 

Pablo

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Depend of your legs and your diving.

My glodies use to be good fins, but too soft and after an BO coming back from -15m (too much led on the belt) I change overt to gara 2000 then black escalpez and now to matrix.
Never try the omer, but the beuchat use to be nice for long hours of surface fining and shallow diving. But they lack the grunt to get you of the depth with a bit of weight on the belt, or to easily get you down with a light belt.
 
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