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Basic gear from mid-twentieth-century Britain: Typhoon (E. T. Skinner)

Discussion in 'Vintage Equipment Diving' started by David Wilson, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. clercinlemousy

    clercinlemousy Angel Fish

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    Location: québec Canada
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    David vous faites un heureux pour un passionné comme moi pour l'Univers des swimfin. est-t-il possible de voir votre collection personnel de swim fins!
     
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  2. David Wilson

    David Wilson Loggerhead Turtle

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    Evidemment, ça prendrait beaucoup de temps. Pour aujourd'hui, voici les palmes de fabrication britannique dans ma collection :

    1. Typhoon Speedmaster
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    2. Typhoon Clubmaster
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    3. Britmarine Clipperfin
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    4. Britmarine Model B
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    5. Britmarine Model A
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    Ensuite, voilà les palmes de fabrication française dans ma collection :

    1. Sommap Esterel
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    2. Jopen-Marseille Match Compétition
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    3. La Spirotechnique Otarie
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    Il y en a plus, mais fabriquées dans d'autres pays...
     
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