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Aeris Accel Scuba Fins Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Aeris Accel Scuba Fins Review Posted in: Below $100, Fins

The Accel is short, compact, and lightweight open-heel fin meant to serve as a travel fin. Each fin is less than 21 inches long and weighs in at 1 lb and 5 oz, so it certainly lives up to the billing in the easy-to-carry department. The fin is of the paddle with vents design, cast from a single piece of Monprene, giving it a good flexibility and solid performance as a water shovel. The straps are an odd one, being a piece of plastic that, after some custom adjustment, fits over a button on the fin. The system certainly seems crude compared to other open-heel strap systems, but thus far the consumer feedback has been universally positive, with only slight mention made of the straps. Scuba Diving named them a Best Buy for 2013.

Average Price: $90