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SI tech drysuit silicone seal from DRIS

Discussion in 'Dive Right in Scuba' started by gentlegrunt, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. gentlegrunt

    gentlegrunt Angel Fish

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    It not that D6 doesn't market in the US. It is that specific suit should not be sale in the US market. And thanks for your education, I owned two waterproof suits and I know it is a Swedish company.
     
  2. Lorenzoid

    Lorenzoid idling in neutral buoyancy ScubaBoard Supporter

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    It's no secret that Leisure Pro has been known to sell some goods purchased from sources other than the manufacturer or a manufacturer's authorized US distributor. There are numerous discussions on SB and elsewhere that can be found with a search of "leisurepro gray market." The consensus seems to be that LP offers such a good in-house warranty and customer service that it shouldn't matter to the consumer from what source LP bought the item.

    The information may be out-of-date, but just for general reference here are some old discussions:

    {Gray Market vs Leisure Pro}

    The great big, all-inclusive Leisure Pro note

    The Gear Gray Market: Undercurrent 10/1998
     

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