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smaller than I thought, but a nice surprise
I was looking for a kick board and found this. I thought it was the full size kick board, since I'd never seen a small one before. The photo is out of context, so it's hard to tell.It's really meant for one hand. But to my surprise, it works pretty well as a kick board as well. Because its small and can easily go underwater, it provides just enough buoyancy for the drill without being too much. Side benefit is because it's small, it fits into my bag easily.I'd only recommend this for someone who's a little more focused in swimming and doing drills with a purpose. If you're looking for something to just kick behind and plod along, then find something else.
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I like the kick board. It's a little small though. I have to get used to it.
Silver Spring. MD
Good for heads-down drills, not perfect.
I like the compact size of this kickboard, and I like that it has an option to strap your hands in. The strap is a little small (in width) so for me I can only comfortably get about 2-3 fingers from each hand under the strap which feels a little awkward. If you can get past that part (or have smaller hands) it's great for longer drills with a snorkel so you can keep your head down and do flip turns easily. It's about as good as it could be (for what it's trying to do), but there are also times when a regular kickboard is nice to us as well.
I'm used to the big old kickboard. This is lightweight and does the trick, takes a little bit of getting used to, but all in all great.
Read about this product in the US Masters magazine and decided to give it a try because I have shoulder issues. It's somewhat awkward to get use to but it definitely works and is much more comfortable for me than using a kickboard where my shoulders are definitely more elevated. I recommend it!
Kickboard without the buoy effect
This takes some getting used to, because it provides no support. Legs work harder (a good thing), but it's easier on the neck and shoulders (also a good thing). I can't do as many laps yet as I used to with the standard kickboard, but I like it.
New York, NY
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