Everyone has had trouble donning the diving fins on a wobbly boat or on an overcrowded zodiac. Finclip solves this problem.
Finclip is an accessory specially designed to put on the most popular models of diving fins with exceptional ease, without having to bend over or use hands.
Finclip comes in a set of 3 kits:
- Main body available in 3 colours
- Elastic available in 3 lengths
- Bonds: Common or Atomic
Using Finclip is extremely simple.
Once the foot is in the fin, it is enough to push gently on the heel. The cursor moves up and the elastic pushes the heel piece against the ankle. It only takes a few seconds to get ready to enter the water.
Finclip attaches to the base of the diving fin with a serrated clamp that holds the accessory securely in place while diving.
The clamp is linked to an ergonomic heel piece. It features a grooved track and a sliding cursor. The elastic runs through the cursor and is attached to the fin with 2 bindings.
Attaching Finclip to the diving fin is very easy:
The clamp is secured to the rear end of the fin by tightening the screws.
So no modifications need to be made to the diving fin.
Once the elastic is hooked onto the fin, Finclip is ready to be used.
An adjustable sliding blade allows the position of the heel piece to be adapted to the distance between the end of the fin and the heel of the diver.
This arrangement, combined with an elastic that can be varied in length, allows Finclip to be used regardless of the size and model of the diving fin
The Finclip team is happy to welcome you in Hall1 at booth 152 to try Finclip and to provide more information.
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February 3, 2024 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m
February 4, 2024 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m
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