Get your drysuit back in the water
Our Drysuit Repair Technicians are happy to use their expertise to repair any brand of drysuit*. All repairs come with a 2-year warranty. Please allow at least two weeks for repairs, however, turnaround time may vary depending on the volume of repairs at the time of receipt.
Our team highly recommends that clients elect to have a pressure test completed on drysuits before work is started to ensure that all leaks are fixed while at our Drysuit Repair Division. We are not responsible for additional drysuit leaks if a client elects to omit an initial pressure test and does not include them on the Drysuit Repair Form.
Our team inspects all drysuits when they arrive at our facility. Once the inspection is completed, an email will be sent to explain the work recommended and the charges of the repairs. No work will be completed until we have permission from the client to move forward.
All drysuits sent to us MUST be clean and dry. If drysuits come to us soiled and/or wet, you will be charged for the cleaning and decon of the drysuit. This will also add time to the length of the repair.
*At this time, our team specializes in repairing water rescue drysuits, and does NOT currently repair scuba diving drysuits.
Please print, completely fill out, and include a copy of the Drysuit Repair Form with your drysuit shipment. All suits MUST be accompanied by this form!
When shipping your drysuit to us, we highly recommend including a return label in the box along with the Drysuit Repair Form. This will eliminate the need for any additional shipping charges when we send your suit back. We recommend shipping via UPS, FedEx, or USPS.
|Yearly Cleaning and Decon
|Pressure Test and Inspection
|Replace Latex Neck Seal
|Replace Neoprene Neck Seal
|Replace Latex Wrist Seal
|Replace Neoprene Wrist Seal
|Replace Latex Sock
|Replace Latex Ankle Seal
|Small Rip/Hole Repair
|Large Rip/Hole Repair
|Starts at $125.00