Do you warp?

CETATEK is giving away our revolutionary aquabionic warp1 fins. To enter, tell us how you think warp technology will improve your diving experience.

We’re giving away 12 pairs:


Enter both to double your chances to WIN!

official rules

Visit aquabionic at DEMA 2012: Booth #441

Come and meet the entire CETATEK team at Booth 441. See the amazing new aquabionic warp1 fins – and maybe a few surprises too!
For those who can’t be there we’ll post some photos of all the new products at the booth right after the show.

aquabionic completes the set

Models include a modern “frameless” design, a market proven twin lens, and a twin lens designed for smaller faces, in colours matching the warp1 fins and with a choice of black, clear, and white silicone skirts.

Snorkel choices include purge models with a silicone mouthpiece & smooth bore flex tube with either a Semi-Dry or Full Dry top.

See them at DEMA 2012, BOOTH #441

Review warp1: Ken Robertson PADI MSDT, Quadra Island, BC

After diving in British Columbia’s rugged and current swept Port Hardy area aboard the Nautilus Swell recently, Ken Robertson had this to say about the aquabionic warp1 fins:
I really liked the warp 1 fins. They are lighter than my Italian made fins and seemed to give me a faster acceleration. [quote]What impressed me the most though was the way they allowed me to frog kick, scissor kick while hovering, and scull back from a wall.[/quote] I like to glide close to walls or a few feet from the bottom to see the small stuff and these were very comfortable to use.

Nautilus Swell, 100th Birthday Diving