warp technology – advanced scuba diving fins

… as close to nature as it gets

… a new category of fins.

Bionics applied – patented warp technology – featuring forced adaptive dynamic cupping and spreading

Featuring forced adaptive dynamic cupping and spreading the fins blade actuators amplify a diver’s kick impulse by aligning and accelerating water into mono-directional thrust. This innovative technology allows the fin to be precise and maneuverable at low thrust and increasingly powerful and responsive when more propulsion is needed.

RESPONSIVE POWER GRADIENT
High-end materials chosen for specific performance parameters provide a power gradient of unmatched responsiveness and performance.

ACTIVE ACTUATORS
Anticipating a divers kick actuators actively adapt their position along a prescribed arc of motion. Forced adaptive dynamic cupping and spreading dynamically modulate the surface area of the blade, align and accelerate water into mono-directional thrust.

PLEATED MEMBRANE
The pleated membrane provides expansion compensation by increasing the surface area when forces dynamically cup and spread the blade profile.

A DIFFERENT FIN WITH EVERY KICK
The shape of the blade constantly adapts by dynamically cupping and spreading to amplify the strength and kick style of a diver

LAMINAR WATER PROPULSION
warp technology aligns and accelerates water flow into mono-directional thrust.

EFFICIENT AMPLITUDES
Comprehensive testing by elite combat divers proved that warp technology used with reduced kick amplitudes generates increased speed with less energy expended and air consumed.

TECHNICALLY VERSATILE
warp technology excels at all technical kick styles, making aquabionic fins the most versatile for all levels of divers.

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ACTUATORS

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Foot Pocket

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Universal Spring Strap

warp construction

1. ACTUATORS

Anticipating a divers kick actuators actively adapt their position along a prescribed arc of motion. Forced adaptive dynamic cupping and spreading dynamically modulate the surface area of the blade, align and accelerate water into mono-directional thrust.

2. Y-FRAME

The Y-Frame is the internal structure optimizing the blade attack angle to avoid the creation of parasitic vortices.

3. PLEATED MEMBRANE

The pleated membrane provides expansion compensation by increasing the surface area when forces dynamically cup and spread the blade profile.

4. FOOT POCKET

Ergonomically optimized for fit and comfort.

5. UNIVERSAL SPRING STRAP

Comes standard with micro adjusting “spin to fit” stainless steel straps to provide the correct spring tension with 3.0in / 7.5 cm of adjustment length.

“As soon as you kick they respond. CETATEK’s warp1 fins are responsive, powerful, comfortable and look bad ass.”

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Diver Magazine
Diver Magazine

“I felt like a diving humming bird. I could zip in, out and all around with ease and speed.”

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SCUBA GADGET
SCUBA GADGET

“By far the most interesting dive fin of 2013, the ultramodern design of the warp1 promises a new approach to underwater propulsion.”

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Sport Diver
Sport Diver

“The warp1 earned our seal of approval for the most extraordinary fin of the year.”

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UNTERWASSER.DE
UNTERWASSER.DE

“The aquabionic fins felt lighter and provided more effective finning and seemed considerably easier to dive with.”

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Diver UK
Diver UK

“Really directs the thrust out the back of the fins. Powerful, good in all fin kicks, and sure to put CETATEK on the map.”

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Sport Diver UK
Sport Diver UK

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.

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NSW Combat Swimmer
NSW Combat Swimmer

“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.”

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Bob Cranston
Bob Cranston
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