I agree with having more than one drysuit. I had to wait around 3 weeks to get my suit back from DUI for new seals. This did include shipping time. Two weeks of that I wasn't able to go diving, but the third week it drove me nuts. I had extra time on my hands that could have been used for diving. Instead, hung out at the dive shop or spent it on the internet. They did a really nice job. The shop even recommended sending it in instead of the LDS doing the seal replacements. The cost turned out to be the same and DUI leak checked the suit while they were at it. I wish I could afford a second suit, but I can't. Have to suffer. David ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Cobb" <cobber@ci*.co*> To: "Tech Diver" <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 6:01 AM Subject: Re: How to buy a drysuit from DUI > Also George is right, one drysuit is not enough. You work you way up to > at least 3 drysuits. One for the dive, one for a hot spare and one to > fill in should you need to send one in for repair. I don't just mean > for DUI, but for any drysuit. This way you don't have to miss the dive > of a lifetime because your drysuit ain't so dry. > > Jim -- Send mail for the `techdiver' mailing list to `firstname.lastname@example.org'. Send subscribe/unsubscribe requests to `email@example.com'.
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