8700 Pineville Matthews Rd Ste 800, Charlotte, NC 28226
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You are taking your life into your own hands if you let these guys service your dive equipment. I've had two bad experiences. The first time they blamed a batch of bad batteries when my dive computer ran out of juice at 100 feet. So, I believe them and bring my BC, reg and computer back in this year for service. I dropped it off three weeks ago. I go to pick it up today and they say they are waiting on a spring for the BC. I ask if everything else has been serviced. John doesn't seem to know. He calls the service tech. BJ or JB. Then John starts to take the computer apart. He tells me it needs to get sent back to the manufacturer because it's a sealed unit. I told them when I dropped the equipment off when I was leaving for my dive trip but I guess it didn't register. I took my stuff and left. They declined to charge me. Ha! The good news is I took it straight to Wayne at Paradise Island Divers on South Blvd. He will have it all ready to go for Tuesday night. He is saving my trip. Thanks, Wayne!
01/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Jumping out of my comfort zone, I recently went through the Open Water Scuba Diving Course at Divers Supply. It is a Padi certified course. The instructor Bob Young and his dive master/wife Tammy were amazingly patient with our group of new divers. They really take their time to ensure that the class knows the material and have a talent at teaching. I look forward to future classes/certifications through Divers Supply as well as getting geared up for my upcoming dive trip!