And the reviews are in:
"A Top Fin (Highest Rating!)"- Diver Magazine
"These split-fins were not disappointing - they work. In fact, they're excellent." -Diver Magazine
Scuba Lab stated in their review:
"Best overall course scores. One of the most stable fins ever tested."
"STRENGTHS: Good range of sizes. Comfortable foot pocket. Ease of kick. Minimal muscle strain. High power vs. stress ratio. Highly maneuverable. Easy to don and doff.
I have feet that float and currently use Scuba pro jets with spring strap, I noticed that I do use more air using these fins but have heard that the Apollo finds are a better alternative which will also cure my floating feet. Can you confirm if this is correct.
Hello Andrew, yes this fins are a heavier fin and do sink if you put them in the water. So that will help with your feet. Also if you still need a little more weight on your feet then take a look at these ankle weight: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-154/045001/XS-Scuba-Ankle-Weights.html.
C-SERIES STRAP STAINLESS STEEL SPRING STRAP
Stainless steel spring strap automatically adjusts to changing conditions; no more stopping to tighten down a loose strap
Quick and easy donning / doffing
Rubber comfort bumper with oversized finger loop for easy access, even with thick gloves
BIO-FIN PRO C-Series
Stainless steel spring strap factory installed
20° angled blade for a fin shape that works with the natural resting angles of ankle and knee - very low strain
100% rubber material for optimum weight and flexibility
Increased maximum speed and reduced fatigue
Up to 40% reduction in muscle fatigue, energy use, and air consumption; longest recorded bottom times during testing
Excellent manueverability and position control
Foot pocket is open at the toe for added comfort
Sizes: xs, s, m, l, and xl (LL)
FINE TUNING While all bio-fins are 100% rubber, the hardness level does vary. Durometer ranges from original black 65 to the XT at 75. Click here to learn more about durometer differences.