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you made your constant weight PB with..

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you made your constant weight PB with ..

  • monofin

    Votes: 23 32.4%
  • bi-fins

    Votes: 48 67.6%

  • Total voters

Yeehah I was the first voter. I dont have any other choice but bifins sooo.

Thats closer than I thought it would be ( 12 to 14 at time of posting)...
This is probably uncommon, but my pb (110 feet) was done both with monofin (in 12C water) and bifins (in 18C water). I didn't read the gauge until I was back at the surface both times so it wasn't intentional.

Peter S.
i think the poll should be for those that use both mono and bi fins. personally i have never had the chance to use a mono fin so my vote would of course be "bi". ...........um, that dosen't sound right does it! back to the subject, i think you'll see most have only used bi fins so that is going to tarnish the poll.
My own mono

I did my pb with a carbon-mono designed by myself, so I'm really happy with this. 60m (~200ft) in 1'43'' (descent 57'', ascent 46'') and no burning legs.

Omer millenium. black.. 36meters in warm water..
Waterway mono m1ld plastic fiber. 71m - 2:24. 12-14 degrees celcius at surface & 5mm Elios.
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