Tecline PowerJet Fins (Different versions)

Manufacturer: Tecline
Delivery date: 1 - 2 weken
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Tecline Powerjet fins set themselves apart from the rest by:

- Easier and more precise maneuvering
- Highly effective "frog strike"
- Perfectly match standard bones, flex/turbo soles and rock boots
- Noticeable gains in energy and air consumption
- Color is black

The 3 versions have the following features:

- SOFT version for beginners. Same properties as soft fins and jet fins in 1 combination.
- MEDIUM version for universal use. Ideal for cave, wreck and long distance diving.
- HARD version for great precision. Perfect for photographers, instructors and underwater survey.
(Attention, we only recommend the HARD version for very fit divers)

- Available sizes:

  • M: 37-42
  • L: 42-44
  • XL: 44-47

You can find the size comparison table on this link.


Differences between TecLine PowerJet and other fins:

What is different and what has changed in their construction?

-MEDIUM and SOFT versions of our fins are best for long distance swimming using modified techniques that reduce diver effort while maintaining an even speed of movement.

- A longer section of blade used in modified flutter and frog (a characteristic "tongue" that protrudes from the contour of the fin), making these techniques more effective.

-A higher side edge and additional stabilizers (longitudinal "ridges" along the blade), which make it easier to swim backwards. They also reduce the need for close frogkick closures and, thanks to the longer water flow openings, stabilize the diver's foot.

- A much wider blade angle, compared to fins on the market, allows you to swim close to a muddy bottom while under a low ceiling, even when wearing boots, and reduces the need for precise closing from the frog kick.

-Changed angle of the bottom of the footpocket - as a result one can easily descend in narrow shafts, along slopes or quickly change the trim by lifting the blades of the fins, which is started with the foot being moved as in the fast speeding up a car.

-Much larger water openings resulting in a more stable work of the side fins. The fins no longer swing to the side as the diver accelerates, and less force is required when swimming slowly.

- Much greater reactivity - the fins are composed of 2 different types of rubber of different hardnesses. Stiffer stabilizers respond to foot movement like a spring, resulting in a reduction in both gas consumption and CO2 growth.

- Lower hardness of rubber in the sole area of ​​the footpocket is an ideal solution for divers with a high instep and divers with classic rubber boots.

- Different mounting angles of the springs - the spring is mounted above the heel, not almost below, as has been the case until now. This change causes squeezing in the sides of the foot pocket and minimizes the possible lateral movement of the foot.

-Additional protection against slipping on the wet deck of a boat.

Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Use fins:Suitable for wetsuit, Suitable for drysuit