Subwing Fiber Glass Silver Graphics

Fiberglass painted in white pearlescent paint with silver graphics.

NIS 2,700.-

Availability : In Stock

Fiberglass painted in white pearlescent paint with silver graphics.

SUBWING gives you the opportunity to explore the ocean in a way never done before, choose your own pace and glide directly above the ocean sand floor, do thrilling twists and turns, or simply cruise along at the surface.

You easily control the movement of the SUBWING by tilting the wings in the direction you want to go.
Doing this allows you to easily achieve dives (up and down), sideways movements or spins.

The SUBWING is attached to a boat with a recommended rope length of about 15 meter.
The speed of the boat should be around 2 knots. By using a longer rope, deeper dives is easier achieved.

The only equipment needed is a diving mask. If desired, snorkel and fins can be used, but this is not necessary for a thrilling ride.
If you want to equalize ear pressure, the rear triangle rubber grip is designed for controlling the SUBWING by one hand. Note that reasonable amount of experience with the SUBWING is necessary before attempting to use the triangle grip under water.

The fiberglass SUBWING is medium heavy, made of epoxy and fiberglass.

The Center swivel is made of a combination of rubber and stainless steel.The ropes attached to the SUBWING is made of Dyneema fibers, which is considered as the world’s strongest fiber used in ropes.The ropes are permanently glued into the stainless steel fastenings in the wings.

Subwing consists of the following parts:
- Two fiberglass wings with rubber pads for perfect grip.
- One detachable center swivel.
- One attached rear rubber triangle.
- Ropes attached to the wings. (You still need a rope to the boat)

Graphics on the SUBWING is as shown in the picture.

Note:

NEVER use any type of compressed air when diving with the SUBWING.
Always read the user and safety manual before use.
The wings are handmade and there may be slight cosmetic differences on each wing.

Maoz.net 2013