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Old 02-02-2018, 04:45 AM   #1
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CKV and FFSUB spearfishing equipment artisans

Hi guys, with the permission of the Moderators, I want to present you this little report about the brothers Carlos and Francisco Fajardo, creators of the personalized material and effective artisan for our sport.

Like other times I have talked about materials from other brands that I have considered good for the development of our fishing.

CKV and FFSUB is a small handmade factory located in Tenerife Canary Islands Spain by Carlos and Francisco Fajardo siblings. It consists of carbon blades, mixed fins, carbon and wood rifles and tailored custom made suits according to the needs of apneists. and underwater fishermen.
Fin concept C.K.V.

In CKV & FFSUB Craftsmen we understand that the shovel must work completely, removing the flapping from the hip, with the straight leg, so that the legs work in scissors and the ankle shovels can be carried. This flutter does not fatigue and makes us consume little oxygen.

The blades
C.K.V. They are designed for fishermen whose aspiration is to gain meters with safety and confidence or to take hold in the usual meters. For this, our shovel is designed to take off from any background.
F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions / Answers to Frequently Asked Questions):
How does the shovel work?

Thanks to its physical characteristics; type and disposition of the carbon, cut of the fin, ripple of the blade, etc ... it is achieved that the impulse returned is maximum, being only conditioned by the foot pocket used.
Can I mount the blades in any foot pocket?
Our shovels are custom-made for most of the shoes on the market, varying only the type of assembly carried out by the user (bolting, gluing, etc.)
What type of assembly is the most appropriate?
Since our blades can be screwed, it is recommended not to complicate and proceed to the screwing, in addition to the support of the nerves, whenever possible.
Are they indestructible?
False. Any blade, whatever material it is, brought to a minimum angle, can break. These types of affirmations are commercial strategies. Despite this, our blades are very resistant to deformation and breakage.
What type of materials are used?
The carbon used is the one that offers us the best performance ratio in combination with the high quality resin we use. Other carbons have been tested, but only this one offers the mechanical properties we seek. The resin used offers us high performance, both mechanical and scratch resistance, in addition to a good finish.

Rifles
Currently we have a range of rifles suitable for all types of fishing and we bet mainly on the monocoque 100% carbon, for carrying very little maintenance and performing optimally.
Each rifle is made on request, with the preferences indicated by the client pescasub, and tests are carried out at sea so that they can work well from the first day.
Consult the sections of each model to obtain its technical characteristics

Costumes
We offer a 100% handmade suit, made to measure in black and mimetic, made with the best flat neoprene Japanese micro porous Heiwa multielastic from 3.5mm - 5mm - 7mm and 8mm, designed for the use of underwater fishing and fishing. apnea, guaranteeing extreme comfort, greater thermal protection and durability.
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Old 02-02-2018, 06:11 PM   #2
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Good info Ramón!
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Old 06-15-2018, 03:56 PM   #3
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Beautiful gear. Do you know their pricing and if they ship to the US?
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