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Deep Six Outfitters Eddy Fin

Discussion in 'Fins, Masks and Snorkels' started by reks_mallo, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. cerich

    cerich ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    correct, basically there are three size adjustments. both on back posts (largest) one on front post and one on back post on other side(middle) and both on front post (smallest)
     
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  2. Doby45

    Doby45 Do I have something in my teeth?

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    Very cool, I did not notice that! But again, my damn fins are under the tree. I got to inspect them for about 5 min. They did have enough lube on them for a night out at the club. Just sayin.
     
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  3. Luis H

    Luis H Instructor, Scuba

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    Any updates or prediction of when the S/M will be available.

    I tried the Large, but they are too big with my lighter travel boots. I am thinking about keeping them and trying them with my heavier boots (not for traveling).
     
  4. cerich

    cerich ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I have some coming by air this week, so early next
     
  5. Dhboner

    Dhboner DIR Practitioner

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    Really wanted to give these fins a try but between the currency exchange and the shipping/taxes/duty I am looking at $250.00 Canadian.
     
  6. Duglum

    Duglum Nassau Grouper

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    Yeah, i know that Problem. For me it would've been about 200€. Luckily i found an extremely nice person who brought a pair with her from the US. This way it was about 90€ (plus some Beers for her :)), which is fair.
    Can't wait to try them out!
     
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  7. Derelict

    Derelict Nassau Grouper

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    Speak to cerich about getting a pair sent from Asia. He organised a nice price for me, even though I didn't end up following through (already have 4 pairs of fins probably don't need any more :p).
     
  8. cerich

    cerich ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Picking USPS to ship to Canada over UPS would save quite a biut of money on the broker side versus UPS.

    Shipping with regards a pair of fins is what it is, they get Dimmmed. Dimensional weight - Wikipedia

    I don't set the rates, I have negotiated better rates with UPS but in truth it will be a bit until I can get rates as low as more established bigger companies
     
  9. jseyfert3

    jseyfert3 Nassau Grouper

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    Would it end up being cheaper if you could arrange with someone in the US to buy a pair, then turn right around and ship it into Canada? I'm sure the shipping wouldn't be cheaper, but maybe that could bypass some taxes/duty fees?
     
  10. grf88

    grf88 Divemaster

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    I have items sent to Home - Cross Border Pickups who then bring it across the border to a location near Dixie and 401. You have to pay any taxes and duties on the items but there is no brokerage to pay and their fees are very reasonable, it would be about $9.00 Canadian for a pair of fins. You can pick it up from there or they will ship it to you at additional cost. It is usually a lot faster than USPS because it doesn't get stuck in customs on this side. On the fins and regs that I bought there was only H.S.T to pay.
     

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