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  1. Great, IF you pay attention to the details review by PMB on 9/9/2019
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    It took me 10 dives, playing around in the living room, by the campfire and agai...

  2. Not great review by Iadiver on 9/9/2018
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    Gloves are hard to doff. Both gloves leaked on first dive. Going to see if I ...

  3. Good for the price review by gabriel on 8/28/2017
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    Good system for cold water diving. Just make sure you buy larger glove size then...

  4. Wait for the click review by Kenneth on 1/29/2017
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    Just installed these for my Hollis drysuit. Good news for divers is that now the...

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About Antares Oval Dryglove System - by Si Tech SKU: 60610

The most slim and comfortable Dry Glove System ever fielded!

 

ANTARES is a follow up of the Oval Permanent Wrist System and is designed with oval rings with minimal volume and ergonomic design. This gives the diver a slim, comfortable, and ergonomic Dry Glove System. The design follows the arm, wrist, and hand anatomy and the system feels like a natural component on the drysuit.
 
 
This system includes the oval Glove rings, oval Spanner rings, extra O-Rings, O-Ring Lube, and seal tubes.
 
In order to use this dryglove system, you MUST have the Oval Permanent Wrist System installed on your drysuit (click here for our install prices).  Older versions will need to upgrade to the Newest Oval Internal Stiff Ring that has grooves on the inside for the Antares to attach to.  If you have the older version with no groove for the Antares to work, you will need to buy the new version in the dropdown box below.
** Currently all Whites drysuits that come with the Oval system, come with the older style ring.  Please be sure to add the newer ring from the dropdown if you are buying a new Whites suit(4-10-13).
 
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Gloves are not included in the sets.

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  1. Great, IF you pay attention to the details review by PMB on 9/9/2019
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    It took me 10 dives, playing around in the living room, by the campfire and again in the living room, but SUCCESS! Hopefully you will learn from my mistakes and be completely dry the first time you dive.

    Two pieces of advice to start: 1) I would not consider the red support rings optional. There was a night and day difference in terms of ease of use donning and doffing and security immediately after I put these on. Secondly, the o-rings are small. If you are shore diving, don't let the gloves or the cuffs get ANY dirt on them. Like a camera o-ring, even something smaller than a hair in the o-ring will cause a big leak. Be meticulous about cleanliness and lubrication. Follow the instructions to the letter.

    The last piece of advice: Spend some time sitting in your house getting the gloves on the rings properly. The dive site is not a good spot to find out that you have the rings slightly out of alignment on the gloves. Personally I had much better success with the Showa 495 gloves sold by DRIS than the orange Atlas 620's. Glove and ring (blue vs green) choice is critical for this system. I would count on spending a solid 2 hours messing around with the gloves in your house before even attempting to take them deeper than the sink in the laundry room. Learn from my mistakes, take your time and enjoy a dry and comfortable 1st dive with this system.

  2. Not great review by Iadiver on 9/9/2018
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    Gloves are hard to doff.

    Both gloves leaked on first dive. Going to see if I can get some new o rings and try again. I have been careful to lube with the provided chap stick lube and I always make sure they click. Half the time when doffing the PU comes out with the glove. I would rather have some kind of twist lock system.

  3. Good for the price review by gabriel on 8/28/2017
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    Good system for cold water diving. Just make sure you buy larger glove size then usual. The bigger the better. Cuffs can be a little uncomfortable hitting hand where thumb meets wrist. However the ability to change wrist seals make these worth the price

  4. Wait for the click review by Kenneth on 1/29/2017
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    Just installed these for my Hollis drysuit. Good news for divers is that now the come with the red support ring to give these a very positive lock in the ring system. I highly recommend lubing the o-rings before use to prevent damaging them. They take a little effort to get the gloves installed the first time but it also comes with two ring sizes for either latex or pvc gloves. I used the blue for the pvc gloves. Put your gloves on last when getting ready for a dive. Put glove on then align the oval and press down on the bottom of ring with it next to your ear till you hear a firm click, then the same on the top of the ring. Visually inspect to see that it is firmly seated.

  5. Big Mistake review by johnny on 4/16/2016
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    I purchased the Si Tech Antares system a while back from DRIS and have had nothing but problems with them. DRIS was very helpful and said they would return them. I went ahead and contacted Si Tech directly and they sent me out a whole new kit, no questions asked. Upon receiving the new set, I immediately installed them on my suit.

    I put on my dry suit, lubricated the o-rings and jumped in the water and flayed my arms around to make sure the gloves were not going to leak. Believe it or not, the gloves did not leak!!! I got back into my boat and put all my gear on, double tanks and deco bottle, blah blah blah. As soon as I started to make my decent the right glove started leaking right at the alignment notch. Nothing I could do could make them stop leaking. The small amount of water accumulating in my wrists was not enough to end my dive. I continued to dive and it felt like I was wearing a regular wet glove on that side and my forearm was a little drenched. I'm gong to give these gloves one more shot and if they don't work after the 20th time I'm going to remind myself that I am not insane and to stop using them. I guess I will just have to cut my losses 180 dollar loss that is. I've had pretty good luck in the past with stretch pull over gloves.

  6. I use it, but don't like it review by CCRaddict on 12/13/2015
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    On a bright side:

    - it doesn't leak;
    - it's easy to put on and to attach to my suit - literally 25 seconds per hand;
    - it has a lower (oval) profile so you may have a better reach-ability to some hard to reach corners;

    On a negative side:

    - it's overly expensive for what it consists of (vs. bill of materials);
    - it's almost impossible to detach after a dive from my suit (Hollis DX-300) - sometimes I'm lucky enough to detach one glow, but usually - no luck at all; it's really a nightmare to disconnect it without breaking locking tabs.

    Bottom line - I use it because it's easy to don and because it actually keeps my hands dry, warm and toasty.
    But the very moment I may spot something that I may be able to detach myself/alone with less efforts and less stress (especially important after long cold-water dive) - I'll trash this "system" without second thought.
    On a side note - don't even consider buying "Kubi" - money lost on extremely expensive trash... always flooded and always cold (a year experience with another dry suit).

  7. Great review by mRoth on 10/23/2015
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    I'm a total Waterproof/SiTec nut. I use them on my D1-Hybrid and never had a problem . I really don't understand why some people have problems with those. if you everything like outlined you will not be disappointed.

  8. Leaks review by Will on 9/27/2015
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    I have used this system on my Waterproof D7 for around 20 dives and they have leaked almost every time. The problem is that these rings do not maintain a reliable seal inside the rigid rings on the suit. The rings will detach completely when climbing down a ladder to the dive platform and will even leak just from moving your hands while at depth. I have made sure to align the pins on the rings so that is not the problem; it is just a poor design. This is a nuisance when the water is 60F but it really sucks when it is 36F at 100+ft. I have used several gloves, including Atlas, cheap rubber gloves DRIS sells, and expensive Waterproof gloves; the same problem occurs regardless of the glove (and no I did not trim them too short, I didn't even trim the Waterproof gloves at all). I expected more from Waterproof and SI Tech... they let me down.

  9. Excellent review by KYDiver on 6/16/2015
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    Purchased the Oval Dryglove system from DRIS along with the 495PVC lined dry gloves.

    Did a lot of reading before deciding on the oval system but finally decided that the round rings were just going to be too big and cumbersome.

    Installing spanner rings in the gloves was very simple and easy. Taking a pair of scissors to a new anything take a bit of faith - but you do what you have to do.

    Trimmed the cuff off of the gloves after installing the spanner rings and practiced donning and doffing one hand at a time in the living room a few times. (did not put on the suit - just put my arms into the sleeves to practice).

    Nervous about my first trip to the lake. Had all of my rig on (doubles, lights, gauges, etc.) and saved the gloves for dead last.

    Took my time, had rings well lubricated beforehand, glove number one went on without incident although I did not hear the "click" when donning. Was VERY careful to align the notches (a spot of white paint might help for those like me we with older eyes). But, with notches aligned and no visible problems I went with it despite not hearing or feeling the click.

    Donning the second glove using an already gloved hand was not nearly as difficult as I had imagined it was going to be. Helpful to rest the cuff on my knee as I lined up the rings which is a bit difficult as I was already in my rig - but doable.

    I did have the red support ring that comes with the system installed in my sleeve as well.

    The dexterity with the PVC gloves and liner was also a pleasant surprise. I do think I could get in my gear fairly easily with the gloves already on. I plan to try that when I next have a dive buddy with me in case I get stuck.

    Doffing the gloves was not a problem at all, twist and push as described in the manual worked fine for me.

    50F water with dry toasty hands was fantastic!

    Admittedly the tabs on the rings seem a but fragile and I am more worried about breaking one while traveling than while assembling the system. I have taken to stuffing something soft between the tabs when I pack them in my drysuit bag.

    Now if I can figure out what to do about the popsicle headache I'll really be set.

  10. Antares Oval Ring System w/ DryGloves review by KYDiver on 6/9/2015
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    DRIS retrofitted the Antares oval ring system on my Fusion drysuit a month or so ago and I got my first chance to dive it with silicone wrist seals and dry gloves last weekend.

    When I got the suit back from DRIS the first thing I noticed was the removal of the neoprene cuff on my Fusion drysuit sleeve that would normally cover the wrist. It did not make sense to me that removing that cuff was required but I trusted DRIS to do the install properly so although it seemed unnecessary to me - I could be wrong.

    Apart from the cuff the installation looked good. I was a little bit surprised how large the rings seemed to me - but in comparison to the round rings I'm sure they are fairly streamlined. I had no previous experience on my suits.

    DRIS had installed the replaceable silicone neck seal system on the same suit last year and I loved the silicone seal. Same for the silicone wrist seals. I love them - much easier to doff and don. Very comfortable, and hopefully they won't turn into sticky, black mush after a year.

    Since I purchased and had installed the permanent oval system, AND purchased the Antares oval dry glove system at the same time I expected to receive the stiffeners for both of these systems with my suit. DRIS considered the stiffeners that come with the permanent oval wrist seals they installed redundant and did not include them in the shipment. This was easily remedied by a phone call explaining that I am a crazy person and redundant or not I would like the additional stiffeners. DRIS was very accommodating. (I also like to see old parts when a mechanic works on my car :)

    I played around with the dryglove system at home a bit. No problem getting the rings on the gloves (I bought the recommended smurf blue gloves) I admittedly fretted about cutting the extra cuff off the gloves - I am not at all bold when it comes to cutting things - but after muddling about for a week I finally got up the courage to cut the gloves - no problem.

    Had one practice session in the living room putting on the glove, tucking the liner under so it didn't interfere with attaching the glove rings to the permanent wrist rings. Took special care to lubricate the glove rings as suggested. No problem aligning and snapping together although I think a dab of white paint on the alignment notch will help my aging eyes. Doffing was simple, push and twist as advertised.

    At the dive site I had my first chance to don the drygloves for real. I saved donning the gloves for last - in my doubles harness, regs in place, wrist gauges in place - then the gloves.

    First glove went on my right hand just fine. (I am right handed). I was concerned about being able to get the notch and tabs aligned properly - no problem. Putting the left glove on using my right gloved hand to assist was not as traumatic as I feared. Took a couple of tries to get my left tabs aligned but it will be easier with practice I am confident. I will say that I could not detect any click when installing the gloves at the dive site - but they appeared to be seated all the way so I went with it.

    The performance in the water was flawless. Stayed perfectly dry - excellent. Dexterity was as good as with thick wetsuit gloves - maybe better. No problems with rings interfering with access to pockets.

    Overall - the Antares dryglove system worked flawlessly on the dive. DRIS installation was excellent with the exception of my personal proclivities.

    I had heard some horror stories of people complaining and evening changing them out but my experience has been very positive and I recommend the system.

    One caveat - most of the horror stories may have been prior to the inclusion of the red internal ring shield that comes standard in the kit now. I did install this extra ring.

  11. Greatt addition to my White's drysuit review by Michelle on 2/21/2015
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    You can't beat this ring system as an addition to a drysuit.

  12. Once installed, pretty comfy. review by Chris on 1/2/2015
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    Getting these rigged up can be a bit of a challenge. But once you have the glove cut properly they work well. (don't leave it too loose, or you'll have a heck of a time getting it off your suit),

    The trick is to make sure you trim both the glove & insulation to make sure there is no loose material. Then be sure to install the red ring into your wrist seal system. After that it should be a breeze to put the gloves on and take them off.

  13. Great idea, just not ready for prime time review by Coll on 11/24/2014
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    I had these added to my new suite that I brought (from here), as the little reviews seemed good. They were still pretty new concept, but it seemed solid. When I first got them, I had a bit of a challenge to get them to work. Once I figured it out, they seemed to work for a time. The problem was the finger that lock seemed to get pushed out and not lock in. The new attachment really didn't help. I've had about 60 on this system and will be moving to the round system.

    I wouldn't waste your time or money to only go to a different system in the end.

  14. Very Impressed review by Mark on 8/2/2014
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    The Antares System was very impressive when I took it out of the package. The instructions were easy to understand and I was installing the glove system very quickly.

  15. Not terrible, not great review by Kevin on 6/30/2014
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    As a new diver I depend on the recommendations of experienced people. Now having used Antares for half a dozen dives I'm disappointed that they were the first and only glove system that DRIS told me about when I called and asked for recommendations on a dry glove system.

    Putting the gloves together is easy once you've done it. The first time I did it my fingers were numb by the end of 45 minutes of struggling. Watching the video didn't help at all. If you use the PVC gloves in the "customers who bought this also bought" section as I did, you MUST fold them inside so the friction of the outside of the glove holds the ring in place. If you fold them outside like a video I saw showed, they pop right out. Also, be sure to use the rings that come with the gloves NOT the rings that come with the Antares kit. The ring that came with the Antares kit was too large to use with the 660 PVC gloves I purchased. They look the same size, but the ones that come with the gloves are slightly smaller to allow for a thicker glove. Also when attaching the glove to the ring system I found if I made the ring horizontal so my hand slid right in, I couldn't get the gloves to detach from the suit with the "make a fist and twist" method. This may have to do with the rings on my suit not being the right orientation, but it was fixed by reattaching the glove to the ring at a 45 degree angle. I have to spin my hand in the glove once I get it past the oval, but it's doable. My hands are not large, and there's not a lot of room so if you have large hands this is not the system for you.

    Attaching the glove and ring to the suit is where the video helps, but only slightly. They basically just pop on but to do it in a way that you don't leak is a little difficult. So far nearly every dive I've had to ask for assistance in donning my gloves. Occasionally I've gotten lucky and they attach properly. The tabs go inside, but make sure you align the extremely small male/female alignment dots on each side. If you don't, they aren't fit together right. Each side should click, but if there's any noise around you or you're wearing your hood you won't hear the click.

    First dive the right glove leaked, but I've been extra careful in attaching them since and no more leaks. Even so, I've seen other divers pop their gloves on and off with no issue using other systems so I regret paying the money for these. I don't leak, and that's a good thing, but it's a lot of careful effort in order to attach them properly.

  16. Pain in the A** review by Jerry on 6/17/2014
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    Have ten dives with this system and have had eight leaks!!!! I have been extremely careful donning them (listened for the two clicks for each glove) and they still leaked. I would steer clear of these.

  17. A good system if you take care of them review by Peter on 1/19/2014
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    I had a bit of a struggle getting the gloves initially set up (tore a glove, busted a ring) until I got the hang of it. Fortunately, replacement gloves and inner rings for this system are cheap, and DRIS was happy to sell them to me.

    It seems to me that this dry glove system is a "consumer grade" dry glove setup. Meaning that it's more fragile and finicky than an "industrial strength" system like, say, UTD. But if you take care of the gloves, make sure the "tabs" on the glove rings don't get bent, and fer chrissakes keep your drysuit cuffs and the glove rings out of the sand and dirt, you should be as happy with it as I am.

    I am the sort of diver who is pretty obsessive about cleaning and maintaining my gear in perfect condition. If you're not, this might not be the glove system for you. Come to think of it, a drysuit is probably not for you either.

    The number one advice that helped me is to TAKE YOUR TIME donning the gloves. Put 'em on last, after everything else is sorted, and do it slowly, carefully and deliberately. Make SURE the tabs aren't bent, and push them in firmly until they're locked.

    After I tore a glove, I got "upgraded" triple-dipped 660 gloves from DRIS, only $5.99. I highly recommend these, they are extremely sturdy.

  18. review by Kevin Bond on 9/2/2013
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    I have this system for my Waterproof D1 drysuit. I have not had much luck with it. The ring that is attached to the glove has two little prongs that need to clip into the ring that is attached to the suit. the problem is when you try to attach the glove to the suit these prongs get caught up in the seal, takes forever for me to get these gloves on!

  19. review by Gary Eddy on 2/14/2013
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    This was my first purchase with DRIS and I am very pleased. The quality is outstanding, very well built. The ring system works perfect with my D1 Hybrid but I wouldn't expect anything less from SI Tech.

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*Please note that if you receive free shipping and return a product, the shipping costs will be deducted on your return invoice. *



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Free Ground Shipping with Orders over $500

We also have some of the best shipping times in the world! Being centrally located in the US gives us prime placement. Most orders are to your door, with Standard Freight, in under 10 days!! With most other retailers you have to pay extra shipping costs to get it there that fast.

Dive Right In Scuba’s Free Shipping will apply to standard ground shipping anywhere in the World on orders totaling $500 or more (excludes rebreathers, tanks, compressors, and weights). Sale items also do not qualify for free shipping. If you work out a special price with Dive Right In Scuba in a quote or email, Free Shipping does NOT qualify. If you decide to have expedited shipping, you will be credited the normal ground shipping fee and only pay the difference to the expedited shipping. If you return the product, you will not be credited back for the free shipping.  This applies to addresses where USPS can make a delivery.  If you need other delivery methods, Free Shipping does NOT apply.  If you don't have a physical address to ship to (Utila), Free Shipping does NOT apply.
 
  Super Saver International is offered for FREE on most orders that total over US $500 that are outside the US. The only problem is this shipping method does not provide realtime tracking information. The delivery time is typically 3 weeks or less, and can take longer to some of the more remote locations. Your items will ship insured and you may pay some import duties and taxes based on your Local Government. Lost packages can only be replaced after USPS has issued payment for the lost items.
  US Postal Service Priority Mail International shipping offers you a low-cost and fast delivery option. Not counting time for the package to clear customs, it is about 2 weeks depending on your location. This option does not provide you with realtime tracking information. 
  US Postal Service Express Mail International is a very cost-effective choice for even faster delivery of your dive gear. This option typically takes about 1 week without counting customs clearing. As with the other USPS, there is no realtime tracking on your purchase. This is available in almost 200 countries around the globe.
  UPS Worldwide Expedited International offers you a fast delivery option to more than 60 countries with rapid in-house customs clearance. Typical delivery times is 1 week to your address. UPS.com will automatically e-mail you the realtime tracking number when your order ships from Dive Right In Scuba. Our shopping cart will not offer you the UPS Worldwide Expedited shipping choice if that service is not available in your country.
  UPS Worldwide Saver International is the absolute fastest delivery method to any country in about 3 business days or less. You will also receive rapid in-house customs clearance when saving time is the utmost concern for receiving your package. UPS.com automatically e-mails you the realtime tracking number when your order ships from Dive Right In Scuba. Some addresses may require additional time for in-country transit due to the remote location of that address. For service availability and exact delivery time commitments visit the UPS.com website for information about your address or contact us for a more accurate quote.

*Your items will ship insured and you may pay some import duties and taxes based on your Local Government. Lost packages can only be replaced after USPS or UPS has issued payment for the lost items. This is why we recommend shipping with UPS for tracking purposes and faster repayment. We have not lost any packages to date, but things can happen.

You will notice that when you pick your shipping options, you will be provided with an ETA of arrival for the specified shipping you decide to go with. If you have any questions or need help with deciding which shipping option is the best for getting your product to you on time, please feel free to call us at (815) 267-8400, and we can help you in getting your package in time.

You will be provided with a tracking number when your product ships so you can track the status of your new products. Please remember that UPS does not count weekends into delivery times.

Feel free to call Dive Right In Scuba if you want to ensure we have your product in stock. We try to have all products in stock, but no matter how hard we try, sometimes we run out of an item. We will do everything in our power to ensure your products arrive in time for your trip or dive and to provide you with the service you deserve.

*Please note that if you receive free shipping and return a product, the shipping costs will be deducted on your return invoice. *

Thanks for all of your support!!

Dive Right In Scuba


 

 

Dive Right In Scuba, Your Premier Scuba Dive Shop in Illinois that works for you, anywhere you are, globally!


 

60/120-Day Return Policy

Hassle Free Returns

At Dive Right In Scuba, we are happy to extend our hassle free return policy to our customers: a 60/120-day Satisfaction Guarantee on ALL of our merchandise.

    • If it is within 60 days and the items are in new condition with original packaging, there is a 100% credit or refund* on any item.
    • If its within 30 days and the item is used, feel free to send it back and get a full 100% credit towards new equipment!  Thats right, you can send it back and get something different.  What do we do with these returns?  We have a used section on our website that we sell these at a discounted price!  * DRIS can, at our discretion, change this policy depending on the condition of the return.  Meaning, if you beat it up within 30 days and want to return it, you will NOT get a full refund.  
    • If it is within 60 days and the items are used, or are not returned with the original packaging, it's not a problem, we will provide you with Loyalty Points for 75% of your products purchase price, that can be used to purchase any other product we sell at Dive Right In Scuba*. * This can be changed at our discretion based on how used or damaged a product is*
    • If it is between 60 - 120 days and the items are in new condition, we will provide you with Loyalty Points for 100% of your products purchase price, that can be used to purchase any product we sell at Dive Right In Scuba
    • You never need to contact us for a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) –Simply return your product to us with the RMA Form, To ensure that your return/exchange is handled in a speedy manner, always include a copy of your receipt. We do recommend calling with any issues to see what the best course of action is, its not always to just send back….so just give us a call and lets figure out the best response!
    • If you have bought an item and it needs to be returned, your original shipping charges are non refundable.
    • Shipping charges are NOT refundable.  If you received Free Shipping on your order, and return it, the charges for the shipping will come out of your refund.  Shipping is inlcuded if you keep the product, a return voids the free shipping.
  • * Certain Items may incure a 10% re-stocking fee(can be higher dependings on custom options or special order).  High dollar items may have a re-stocking fee which covers transaction and shipping charges.  If it is an exchange, there might not re-stocking fee depending on the situation.  We are people too, so we try to make sure it works for everyone depending on what is going on.
  • * Custom items do not qualify for a full refund.  If an item doesn't fit, we will do everything to make sure you get a proper fit.  But, on custom items, there can't always be a 100% refund, due to the custom nature of the item.

 

To return an item, just follow the simple directions below and we’ll take care of the rest!

 

    1. Pack the item(s) securely. All returned products should be in the condition they were received in, as well as in their original packaging. Please remember to include all warranty cards and manuals.
    2. Please include the RMA Form with a copy of your receipt.
    3. Send your package via UPS, FedEx or insured Parcel Post. (Please note that shipping charges cannot be refunded.) We recommend shipping ALL products back with an Insured Carrier with tracking numbers. This is the only way to track the product to ensure we receive it. Dive Right In Scuba is not responsible for lost or stolen packages due to Shipping Carriers.

 

In the event of any questions or problems with your order, or if the product received was defective or damaged, please contact our Customer Service Department within 60 days of receipt. We will make every effort to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. Customer Service can be reached at 1-815-267-8400 Monday through Friday 11 am - 9 pm Central Time or by emailing us at info@diverightinscuba.com.

 

 

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