…the world’s most advanced fin technology
… a new category of underwater propulsion.
The principle of three dimensional blade geometry
that creates an automated adaptive response for underwater propulsion.
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United States Navy
What I found was that I was completing the 100 meters 20 to 30 seconds quicker with the warp1 fins. I then slowed my pace, thus reducing energy, and kept the same pace as the other fins with a lot less energy expended.
Bob Cranston - Camera Operator and Director of Photography
Filming sperm whales in the Pacific, I was doing a lot of swimming with a large camera, the fins worked fantastic.
Lots of power and speed with no leg cramps or toe rubbing.
For me the best thing is I can switch from full flutter kick to frog kick and keep the power on. You can’t do that with a split fin.
And by the way, please do not sell these fins to Howard Hall. I have a hard enough time keeping up with him and I finally got an edge. Read More
Travis Stewart - PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer #278285
Testing the warp1 fins in British Columbia’s cold waters I wanted to see if they could stand up to the rugged shore diving conditions, propel a diver with loads of lead, and tow another diver in full dry-suit equipment.
I can tell you it not only exceeded my expectations but shattered them.
This extraordinarily light fin has all the power – if not more- of its competitors, with half the weight. It feels like a natural extension of your body in the water. Even though it feels great and looks it as well, I had to put it through a few tests to see how it stood up to standards. I took it through rescue scenarios, dived it in cold water side-mount configurations, and used standard flutter, tropical scissor, backwards and helicopter kick tests. Read More
Diane Reid - Comments on warp1
I actually felt the fins engage…the acceleration was incredible
I was so impressed with the fins that I tried them again and this time brought the camera. To be honest, while maneuvering between shots I forgot that the fins on my feet were not my own. It was a live boat dive and I motored effortlessly 100m to the boat while other divers were getting out of the water. In my opinion, warp1 fins offer the comfort, mobility and sensitivity of a short soft fin but they pack the punch of a stiff fin when acceleration or a long swim is required. Read More
Ken Robertson PADI MSDT, Quadra Island, BC
After diving in British Columbia’s rugged and current swept Port Hardy area aboard the Nautilus Swell recently, Ken Robertson had this to say about the aquabionic warp1 fins:
I really liked the warp 1 fins. They are lighter than my Italian made fins and seemed to give me a faster acceleration.
What impressed me the most though was the way they allowed me to frog kick, scissor kick while hovering, and scull back from a wall.
I like to glide close to walls or a few feet from the bottom to see the small stuff and these were very comfortable to use. Read More
I liked the warp1 fins. I didn’t get a chance to try them in a strong current, but I was impressed with them when I tried them in no-current and mild-current conditions.
They are easy to kick (low resistance) when kicking gently, but when kicking hard they provide a lot of power and the resistance increases so you feel the power the fin can produce.
I would like to try them under some strong-current conditions, but I think you have a winner here.