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Lucky Man
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Thanks, will do. Don't suppose your insider info lists the weight of them does it Woz? Turtle's are 2.9kg a pair I'm told.

Cheers,
Dave.
 

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As it says, looking for some Turtle fins... please PM me if you have some for sale, good price paid.

Dave.
You heartless monster, Turtle fins belong on Turtles ;)

Safe diving,
Steve

P.S. I have a pair of 'off yellow' force fins you are welcome to try ;)
 

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As it says, looking for some Turtle fins... please PM me if you have some for sale, good price paid.

Dave.
So did your weekend testing of the other Jetfins ultimately prove that they were no different in buoyancy from the Quattros?

Cheers, Ant
 

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Lucky Man
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So did your weekend testing of the other Jetfins ultimately prove that they were no different in buoyancy from the Quattros?

Cheers, Ant
No, it proved what I expected all along, i.e. they're slightly more negative... same weight + less volume = more negative... that's science boyo!

But foot pocket is a bit small, feel like they're on your toes not feet, and still not as negative as I'd like, so...

Anyone selling a pair of turtle fins?

Cheers,
Dave.

PS - also after gorrila hand ash trays and elephant foot umbrella stands ;)
 

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Lucky Man
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Dave, remind me to bring my 1kg ankle weights for you this weekend...
Cheers Gareth but no need, borrowed a pair from Al.

Now, stop hijacking my thread you lot :D

Anyone selling a pair of turtle fins?

Cheers,
Dave.
 

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Anyone selling two pairs, as I want some too...
Ahem,
S.
 
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