EXOTECH is a company with extremely interesting potential. Our team members are passionate swimmers and divers with high potential for innovative creativity. The flagship invention of our team is EXOFIN SF (Special Forces) — folding fins for military and other applications related to security. It is the only solution of this kind on a global scale. Our invention was patented, obtaining complete patent purity. In 2014, it received a special award at the International Defense Industry Exhibition in Kielce. The extremely high utility qualities of the EXOFIN SF folding fins are evidenced by their introduction into the equipment of the GROM special unit operators, categorized in terms of professionalism at the forefront of NATO. In 2020, EXOTECH implemented the project Biodive Fin — innovative biomimetic swimming fins for civilian use under Sub-measure 1.1.1 Industrial research and development work carried out by enterprises of the Operational Program Intelligent Development 2014-2020 co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (hereinafter: ERDF), based on the Agreement with the National Center for Research and Development in Warsaw for co-financing No. POIR.01.01.01-00-0046/17 dated 02.11.2017. The subject of the project was to conduct industrial research and development work towards the development and testing of a globally innovative biomimetic swimming fin for civilian use. EXOTECH's scientific partner is the Bohaterów Westerplatte Naval Academy in Gdynia. The main goal of the project was to develop a fin using the principles of biomimetics. Thanks to the innovative approach to design and development, we have achieved our goal and obtained an entirely new product in the water tourism industry in the form of a folding fin.
Underwater Australasia is an official dealer for EXOTECH Folding Fins with full warranty support
For more than 30 years Edi Frommenwiler, owner of one of the very first liveaboards sailing around Indonesia, has been diving, filming and documenting the marine life at world famous dive locations like Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Komodo and Alor.
The winners of the Third Annual Underwater Tour Awards have been announced. The prestigious annual international competition encourages and inspires passion for photography, exploration and discovery from behind the lens and helps raise awareness of the world’s incredible, fragile marine and aquatic inhabitants and their environments. For the first time the Underwater Tour Awards partnered with environmental education and action organisation, Take 3, and introduced a new novice category, The Take 3 for the Sea Contest. Proceeds from registration fees and additional donations were given to Take 3.