This gear attaches to both of the diver's feet. Monofin is widely used for current apnea. The standard swim method is the dolphin swim and it uses the strength of entire body instead of sole leg strength.

The left picture is the Glide Fin. The performance is excellent and it is highly appraised among world top-class divers.

Long fins

This fin is longer than the one for scuba. It requires minimum energy and gives great impulsion.

The right picture is C4 Falcon type, which is favored by the long-term world champ, Umberto Pelizzari. The advance diver can create a beautiful double spiral with this type of fin. This fin has been highly acclaimed for more than 10 years.


Dive Computer

This is the device to measure the depth and time of a dive. It is difficult to judge the accurate dive time and depth without the device even for advanced divers.

The dive computer on the left is MOSQUITO (SUUNTO), which can accurately measure up to 100m depth of the water.



Important equipment to maintain a clear view of the underwater world.

The first picture shows the mask called 'Sphere'. It is popular among freedivers. The internal capacity is very small and it suits for deep water dive due to the easiness of mask blow.

The second picture is Minima by Cressi-Sub. It is also popular and it suits for apnea.



Very important freediving gear, which protects the whole body and it provides thermal protection underwater.

Due to the nature of freediving activity, it is ideal to have a plenty of flexibility in joint area, compared to the scuba wetsuit.


Diving weight is used to overcome a buoyancy of wetsuit and lungful of air. Weight belt is commonly used like general scuba, and also neck weight is widely used for freedivers as shown on the right.


This is a safety equipment where one end is attached to the freediver and the other is to the rope. It is strongly recommended to use lanyard especially at the strong current and low visibility. Use of lanyard is the requirement for AIDA dive competition.