NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

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jturner
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NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

Post by jturner » Thu Nov 28, 2013 8:47 am

The shop my wife and I got certified with is shutting down. You can read the detailed letter at http://www.nwscuba.org/ and also see way remains of their inventory. They are selling their inventory at cost and their rental gear below cost so there are some pretty good deals to be had.

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Re: NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

Post by CaptnJack » Wed Dec 04, 2013 12:42 pm

I tried ordering some knives and spring straps. Despite the knives (Eezycuts) being on the website they are out already. And I'd have to arrange to pickup the spring straps in Bellevue which isn't very practical, a ferry and a toll bridge away (or pita bridge if not actually tolled). So overall rather disheartening.
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Re: NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

Post by Matt S. » Wed Dec 04, 2013 1:20 pm

A scuba shop on NE 8th in Bellevue? I must have driven past it a thousand times. I had no idea this place existed. It's easier to get to than UWS Bellevue, I would have tried this place for fills if I knew about it.

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Re: NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

Post by RVbldr » Wed Dec 04, 2013 2:30 pm

Yep, off 405, go east through 2 lights and it is/was on the right, half way up the hill all of .5 miles of 405 and about 2 blocks from UWS - Bellevue.

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Re: NWDI Closing (Bellevue)

Post by KneeDeep » Wed Dec 04, 2013 3:04 pm

CaptnJack wrote:I tried ordering some knives and spring straps. Despite the knives (Eezycuts) being on the website they are out already. And I'd have to arrange to pickup the spring straps in Bellevue which isn't very practical, a ferry and a toll bridge away (or pita bridge if not actually tolled). So overall rather disheartening.


Jack,
Not sure if you've picked them up or not already, but I get my fills at the Bell. UWS and will be there Thur (12/5), and could pick them up. I'll be heading to the Belfair area by years end... If that would help.
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