SEABOB: The Right and Wrong Way to Care for Them

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When was the last time you had your Seabob serviced?

As most people tend to use their Seabob on water surfaces, this leads to no large pressure variations. Unfortunately, due to this, the o-rings become stiff and experience wear and tear over time.

Send your Seabob to us today for diagnostic tests and servicing. Our team will search for potential leaks, replace damaged components, and get it season-ready.

“We cannot recommend working with Aqua Flight highly enough! Ash and his team have always been friendly and efficient, successfully dealing with our repairs and servicing of several F5 and F7 Seabobs, as well as solving a few tricky Jetsurf issues over the years.”

Seabob Do’s:

-Rinse your Seabob thoroughly with freshwater
-Store your Seabob in a dry, temperature-controlled space at 10-25 degrees Celsius
-Charge Seabob once a month in transport mode
-Conduct winterization preventive maintenance at the end of each season
-Refurbish any damages to the surface and hull for optimal results
-Take your Seabob to an authorized Seabob repair center only

Seabob Don’ts:

-Don’t charge the Seabob if you notice any traces of humidity on the charging socket
-Don’t allow your battery level to drop below 20%
-Don’t leave the charger on constantly
-Don’t wait until spring to attend to any reoccurring problems
-Don’t ignore any ongoing issues you’ve experienced during the season.

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