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My fiance and I are new to diving and we are in the market for some wetsuits and other equipment. A friend of mine told me of an Outlet store in Key Largo, or maybe another key? Anyway he told me it was huge and they had excellent prices. Since I live in South Florida I was thinking of taking a ride to check it out. Before I do so I wanted to see if they have a site online I could check out what they have. Anyone know what I am talking about or can direct me to their site? I can't seem to pin point it on google.
Divers Outlet is the outlet store for Divers Direct, located on Key Largo.
You think that the outlet store is going to have some better deals than Divers Direct? I was planning on going this weekend to Divers Direct which is very close to where I live. The outlet store is a few hours away. Worth the drive? I'm more concerned about selection.
Well, by definition, an outlet is for stuff that didn't sell in the main stores, overruns, extras, blemishes, etc. The hook is that you can get good quality stuff if you're willing to hunt for it. Also, manufacturers will use certain "non-retail" outlets for overstock sales offering close to wholesale prices.