Fin Blades - Blue 'Innegra'
DiveR strenuously tested fin designs over 18 months with the help of free diving professionals to produce what is now one of, if not the best diving blade on the market today. Manufactured from state of the art resin systems and aerospace fabrics the DiveR fin blade gives you the mechanical advantage and high performance you have been looking for.
The blades have each been constructed in detail by hand to ensure precision. The result is a blade that is extremely popular among commercial divers for both its performance and dependability under heavy working conditions.
Over the past 6 years of this product's production there have been no reports of drop in performance or breakages. Unlike other fins, DiveR blades don't lose their initial power after just a few weeks of use. Contrastingly, normal thermoplastic blades start to break down after approximately 10,000 revolutions and then decline to breaking point.
The blades were tested to over 1,000,000 revolutions and recorded no degradation in function or the mechanics of the blade. Consequently, the final product is a fin which is unparalleled in terms of durability and are capable of surviving some of the harshest conditions you can throw at them.
If you are an experienced diver looking for a quality product that delivers the result you would expect for its price, then go no further than the DiveR blades.
- Composite blades are slightly heavier and less resilient than carbon blades, but what they lack in weight and flexibility they make up for in extreme endurance and durability.
- Carbon fibre blades are extremely light weight whilst enhancing diving propulsion and performance, propelling divers at superior speed and velocity.
- Innegra, the latest in technology from the leaders in spread tow fibre development, Innegra fibre allows the fin to deform far past normal carbon and composite fins. This high tech fibre is hydrophobic and designed to absorb impact, but unlike kevlar does not degrade over time and is simply the best fin ever produced by DiveR.