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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #10 on: 04 Jan 11, 22:14 »
Met her at Diventures
Yap Koni is a warehouse that distribute to the retailers in Singapore. Was there during the clearance. And you have call before you go, cos she is not in office most of the time.
I do agree that the Mola-Molas are a MYTH!

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #11 on: 04 Jan 11, 22:53 »
now i know why she won't be in Koni office most of the time, and also why Diventure website doesnt have the usual "About Us" portion

same same but different

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #12 on: 17 Jan 11, 09:20 »
ah ok thanks.. i bought my wing 2nd hand from someone and don't have a receipt. i'll give them a call to check then.

thanks for your help!

it's a nice wing but there's no carry handle so its very tempting to grab the fabric of the BC to make adjustments. i guess that's why the outer shell is starting to give way.

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #13 on: 17 Jan 11, 09:43 »
ah ok thanks.. i bought my wing 2nd hand from someone and don't have a receipt. i'll give them a call to check then.

thanks for your help!

it's a nice wing but there's no carry handle so its very tempting to grab the fabric of the BC to make adjustments. i guess that's why the outer shell is starting to give way.

Whats wrong with ur H?  Why buy diverite wing?
So they call it a 'FACT' coz someone made some statements on a 'FACT SHEET'? hummm...

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #14 on: 26 Jan 11, 11:40 »
ah ok thanks.. i bought my wing 2nd hand from someone and don't have a receipt. i'll give them a call to check then.

thanks for your help!

it's a nice wing but there's no carry handle so its very tempting to grab the fabric of the BC to make adjustments. i guess that's why the outer shell is starting to give way.

i think the grabbing fabric to make adjustments sounds like u are tearing apart the shoulder strap and wing connection area

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #15 on: 26 Jan 11, 12:50 »
my H wing is too small.. it was a pioneer.

limk> those areas are fine. it's the area around the elbow joint that is separating from the plastic valve.

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #16 on: 26 Jan 11, 16:20 »
i see.
still, a bit unexpected cos diverite should be quite lasting. hope u manage to repair soon
nowadays all the bc makers advertise some ultra resistant denier ballistic bulletproof sh*t that makes it sound so tough just to product differentiate, but who the h*ll is going to shoot at you underwater man???

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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #17 on: 26 Jan 11, 16:23 »
Cordura is a vast leap and you'll really see its efficacy in motorcycle jackets. Tough enough to resist sliding down a bitumen road at 80km/h compared to older technology is a good thing in my books, it ain't rubbish if you have had it save you from picking out gravel from your wounds.
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Re: Diverite service centre in Singapore
« Reply #18 on: 27 Jan 11, 01:56 »
Cordura is a vast leap and you'll really see its efficacy in motorcycle jackets. Tough enough to resist sliding down a bitumen road at 80km/h compared to older technology is a good thing in my books, it ain't rubbish if you have had it save you from picking out gravel from your wounds.

never thot of that, sounds like a gd material indeed
(and useful just in case one decides to ride with diverite)