Oceanic's V12 Fin is an engineering revolution with enhanced speed and efficiency with virtually no effort for the diver, regardless of size, strength or kicking style.
Efficient power. The V-12 Fin is an engineering revolution - designed from the ground up to deliver what others only promise - enhanced speed and efficiency with virtually no effort for the diver, regardless of size, strength or kicking style. Independent testing has shown that greater efficiency, resulting in reduced air consumption is achieved when using the V-12 than any other fin on the market.
Patented Nature's Wing propeller fin technology
Duroprene and natural rubber materials for ideal flex and memory
Oversized side rails add rigidity to the oversized blades for increased lift and efficiency
Ergonomically designed foot pocket accommodates virtually all foot sizes and boot styles
Angled blade for preferred angle of attack
Easy on/off thumb loop
Spring heal straps
Limited lifetime warranty
"Most efficient fin"
Jennifer on 23/3/2015 10:34:59 PM
Comments: What a great fin for recreational divers! The split and flexible rubber make it so easy to displace water and glide through it without exerting much effort. Less effort = longer dive time!
David Pipczak on 9/10/2009 2:29:00 PM
Comments: Is a great fin, no one keeps up with me , you move easy and quickly, the only down side i have is that you have to work a bit hard in currents, but other than that , love them
"Split fins better than paddle fins"
Justin Tan on 7/9/2009 4:24:35 PM
Comments: I tested the Oceanic V12 split fins at Heron Island. I am glad I bought them. They are powerful and do not impose strain on your thigh muscles compared to paddle fins. I also like the spring clips that could be attached to them.
"How could you not love a lifetime warranty?!"
Kirsty on 5/8/2009 4:52:09 PM
Comments: I don't know of any other fins which come with a lifetime warranty. The fins you buy today will be the same fins you're using 20 years from now! That's a pretty good investment!
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