$295.00

Ruku Ellipse Scuba Blades

Ruku has been proudly supplying Ruku blades to the New Zealand market for many years, and they always get asked if you can use Ruku blades for scuba diving, well the answer is yes! Not only can you use the long blades but now there is a dedicated blade just for scuba.

The goals of the Ruku scuba blade have been to create a blade that performed over a wider range of user’s and giving the diver a choice of blade strengths that relates to their strength and body weight. A one fin that fits all is not right, so now you have choice.

If you struggle with plastic fins with fatigue or the weight of them from kicking or do you get sore ankles or knees? then a Ruku composite blade will make kicking effortless and this make your diving more enjoyable.

Composite blades have been used in the Freediving and Spearfishing market for many years and the key advantages are   they are more efficient. With this technology in a scuba fin you can now kick less for more power and you will travel further on less air, you become more efficient in the water plus having a blade you can kick effortlessly then your diving will be so  much more enjoyable.

The camo designs have been taken from nature’s own environment, now looking good with performance and being efficient are all rolled up into one product.


The Scuba blade is sold in a closed heal pocket, the reason behind this is the closed heal pocket transfers more power  to the blade giving you greater propulsion forward.

Ruku Blades will fit most closed heal pockets, Picasso, Mares, Seatec, Omer Millenium so if you have your own pockets you can fit your own.

The following pockets require Ruku to modify the blade at manufacturing, which can lead to a delay in delivery.

  • Omer Stingray 
  • Pathos

When you order your blades and pockets they will be delivered made up.

SCUBA BLADES FOR SCUBA DIVERS

Ruku has been proudly supplying Ruku blades to the New Zealand market for many years, and they always get asked if you can use Ruku blades for scuba diving, well the answer is yes! Not only can you use the long blades but now there is a dedicated blade just for scuba.

The goals of the Ruku scuba blade have been to create a blade that performed over a wider range of user’s and giving the diver a choice of blade strengths that relates to their strength and body weight. A one fin that fits all is not right, so now you have choice.

If you struggle with plastic fins with fatigue or the weight of them from kicking or do you get sore ankles or knees? then a Ruku composite blade will make kicking effortless and this make your diving more enjoyable.

Composite blades have been used in the Freediving and Spearfishing market for many years and the key advantages are   they are more efficient. With this technology in a scuba fin you can now kick less for more power and you will travel further on less air, you become more efficient in the water plus having a blade you can kick effortlessly then your diving will be so  much more enjoyable.

The camo designs have been taken from nature’s own environment, now looking good with performance and being efficient are all rolled up into one product.


POCKETS

The Scuba blade is sold in a closed heal pocket, the reason behind this is the closed heal pocket transfers more power  to the blade giving you greater propulsion forward.

Ruku Blades will fit most closed heal pockets, Picasso, Mares, Seatec, Omer Millenium so if you have your own pockets you can fit your own.

The following pockets require Ruku to modify the blade at manufacturing, which can lead to a delay in delivery.

  • Omer Stingray 
  • Pathos

When you order your blades and pockets they will be delivered made up.