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Thank you, Thank you, and Thank you

Discussion in 'SeaLife' started by timten, May 27, 2011.

  1. timten

    timten Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Alameda, Ca
    Wow, you guys sure can make someone's friday. I purchased a SeaLife camera for my honeymoon in 09. I took the camera diving twice, then on a dive in dec 2010 it flooded. I considered it a loss, I was upset, but understand that this is an expensive hobby. I sent the camera in a few weeks ago, hoping for credit. I was expecting a note saying it's out of warrenty, and sorry there is nothing they can do. Then today I recieve a package with a new camera and housing. I'm blown away by the customer service and pride SeaLife shows for there product and customer. You guys rock, I hope to keep diving and will never dive with anything but a SeaLife. :)
    Cave Diver likes this.

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