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Finclip

Finclip is a clever solution to an annoying problem. Forget the days when you had to struggle to don your fins, Finclip is a ski bindings-like device that lets you wear your diving flippers handsfree without having to bend down. Finclip is a device that has been specially designed to don the most popular models of adjustable fins with exceptional ease, simply clamp it to the rear end of the fin and secure it by tightening the screws. Then gently push down with your heel, and voila, the flipper is secured to your foot. watch the video below

Learn more from Finclip, or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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