Wetsuit Repair Centre
Established in 2006 and trusted by the best, we’ll repair individual suits or large batches
Triathlon, surf, dive or spear, we’ll replace zips, change panels and tidy up all those annoying nicks to keep your favourite suit going in the water and not to landfill.
We can only return wetsuits to mainland UK
We’re really sorry but we can only return suits to mainland UK addresses. Customs have become so expensive and difficult that sadly it’s just not feasible any more. If you do send us a suit from an address outside of mainland Europe, you’ll need to arrange the collection.
1. Send your wetsuit to us with the repair form.
2. We provide you with a cost for the repair.
3. After receiving your payment, we start work.
4. We post it back to you usually within a week.
Note – Please don’t leave it too late to get your wetsuit repaired. We go as fast as we can but 48 hours before your big race or comptition makes it stressful for everyone.
We play and work in tough environments and accidents do happen. Whether you’ve torn your suit in a triathlon transition, split a seam whilst changing for the surf, worn out the bum going coasteering or slammed it in the car door, it can be fixed. At Techneopro Wetsuit Repair Centre, our experienced team carry-out cost effective and speedy repairs in order to get you back in the water as soon as possible.
Simply send the suit to Techneopro using the Repair Forms and we will be happy to quote for repair. Should you require an urgent repair, please let us know as we are able to fast track goods in order to get you on your way.
Repairing Your Tears
Most suits are glued and stitched. Should the stitching fail it is essential to repair as soon as possible. The stitching is the real strength of the seam and without it your garment has a real weak spot that can tear easily.
We have all types of sewing machine including blind stitch machines which are used extensively in the manufacture of high quality suits. Hand stitching is also sometimes used, where machining is not possible or may prove a risk to the suit.