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The Aqua Sphere® P2K Push Pull Kick is 2 pieces of gear in one: A pull buoy and a kickboard in one efficient package.
Amazing product! Great travel companion as it doesn't soak up water, very useful for a wide array of training and made of high quality material! Highly recommend! Coming from a highly competitive swimming background this product fit my every need!
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Comfortable and streamlined as a kick-board. As a pull-buoy it slides around between my legs, and requires more holding effort than I'm used to. It might be better on skin (I wear jammers). It fits inside my backpack.
Too wide to be a buoy
As the title suggests, I've found this great in theory, but the P2K is just too awkward (for me) as a buoy.
Forget Pulling & flipturns
great concept but doesn't work. Too long for even a 6" 2" person. The ends get in the way and make it difficult flip turning. As a kick board it's alright if you have a strong kick.
Very narrow between thighs,
Unable to really use this as a pul-kick buoy as it easily slides out of place and gradually out from between thighs making me stop to pivk it back up great as a kickboard as the rounded edges provide a great area to hold onto.
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Aqua Sphere™ was established in the mid-1990s and has improved the world of eye protection for swimmers. With passion and experience Aqua Sphere created the Seal, the first swim mask featuring 180° vision, and the Kaiman, the first panoramic goggle. All items are made exclusively at their facility in Genoa, Italy. They pride themselves on being a manufacturer, not just a design company using outside suppliers - thus allowing them to internally create true innovations and monitor all processes. Aqua Sphere's design philosophy is to introduce new solutions for the experienced swimmer to be comfortable in the water.
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