The usual turnaround for Aperks Regulator Servicing at Uk Diving Academy is 10-14 days, but we can always request an express service for an additional charge.
There are various options with regard to getting your dive equipment to and from us. We can accept drop-offs or deliveries to the store, but we can also arrange the collection of your equipment. Similarly, for the return of equipment, it can be picked up once completed, or we can arrange for the equipment to be delivered to you.
We take the cleaning of regulators seriously but given the recent events we also use Chemgene which is a high level, medical-grade disinfectant to ensure your regulators are cleaned to protect against bacteria and viruses. Chemgene HLD4D has been specifically developed for diving equipment and destroys a wide variety of bacteria, viruses and fungi including Legionella, Weils disease, Hepatitis, Herpes, Influenza, TB and HIV.
Please note that servicing products are excluded from the free UK delivery offer as we use a suitably insured next business day courier service to ensure your equipment is protected against damage or loss.
We aim to dispatch your order as quickly as possible. Most orders are dispatched within 48hrs, however, certain items may take between 7 to 14 days from order. We will update you on your estimated delivery with one business day of your order.
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