How we repair our wetsuits
Wetsuits are an integral item for water-sports enjoyment in New Zealand. So there's nothing worse than being without your wetsuit when you don't want to be.
To give you the low down on how we perform our wetsuit repair magic, we've put together some common problems and how we repair them.
how to get your wetsuit repaired
1. Print and complete the "Wetsuit Repair Form" [here] or here —————————>
2. Ensure your wetsuit is clean and dry.
3. Fold and pack your wetsuit and pop the wetsuit repair form in the parcel/courier bag
Upon receipt we will assess the damage and contact you with a quote for the repair cost.
Check out our 'how we repair suits' page for approximate costs.
Please note that quotes can differ as they totally depend on what you need or want done. (ie the size of the job)
3. We will assess and confirm with you via email.
4. We'll complete the repairs and deliver back to you.
If you want to go ahead with the wetsuit repair, we will repair your wetsuit and courier back to you. Usually within 10 working days.
Don't send us your wetsuit repair if your wetsuit is just plain old, or stiff and faded from sun and UV rays and the neoprene is starting to crack—there is not much we can to. This kind of damage is not repairable.
Also Please note
: If your wetsuit turns up wet, sandy or it stinks we cannot repair it like that. If you do send it like that we will need to charge a $50 cleaning fee or we can ship at back to you at your cost so we highly suggest you take a moment to ensure your wetsuit is clean and dry.