The new "Liquid Blue" SplitFin from Atomic Aquatics combines the patented design concepts divers have come to expect from Atomic with a new material that not only enhances performance, but also adds a new and creative sense of style to the Atomic scuba fin line.
The Liquid Blue SplitFin is made from a soft high-performance thermoplastic rubber material. This unique translucent blue material enables divers to experience the same performance as the standard Atomic SplitFins while requiring less physical effort. The Liquid Blue model has recently been named one of the year’s best overall fins by Rodale’s Scuba Diving magazine.
Like the overwhelmingly popular Atomic SplitFin, the Liquid Blue model features an extended Power Rail that helps combines the features of a longer blade fin and the innovative performance split fin designs deliver. Flex Battens built into the fin blades allow the user to achieve consistently strong performance by optimizing thrust and reducing drag.
"We designed the Liquid Blue SplitFins in direct response to requests from our retailers," explains Dean Garraffa of Atomic. "The softer thermoplastic material enables divers to achieve optimal results without any added effort. The translucent blue look of the fins will be highly popular with divers seeking something new and different in the look of their equipment."
The multiple patented features of Atomic’s SplitFin line, including the EZ-LOK fin strap and the anatomically correct foot pocket, have made Atomic SplitFins the top choice of divers wanting the best in diving products. The SplitFin continually receives accolades from the dive media and professional trade.
The July issue of Rodale’s Scuba Diving Magazine featured the Liquid Blue SplitFin at the top of its annual test of scuba fins. Among more than a dozen different fins from multiple manufacturers, both Atomic SplitFin models received "Tester’s Choice" ratings and near-perfect ratings by divers doing the testing. The magazine writes, "The Liquid Blue provides acceleration when its time to go turbo, but is also very responsive. The Liquid Blue is just as stable as the original SplitFin, and shares the same excellent buckle system."
Available from Atomic dealers nationwide on July 21, the Atomic Aquatics Liquid Blue SplitFin has a suggested retail price of $198. Like all Atomic fins, the Liquid Blue has an exceptional one-year warranty.
For more information about the Atomic Aquatics Liquid Blue SplitFin, contact your nearest Atomic dealer. A complete list of Atomic Aquatics dealers can be found on the company’s website at www.atomicaquatics.com