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Mares Cruise Roller Bag Question?

Discussion in 'Mares... Just add Water!' started by MindMagick, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. ciocanul

    ciocanul Guest

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Romania
    Later review of the Mares Cruise Roller.
    After near 25 uses, I'm utterly dissapointed. This bag has proven quite a poor build quality in the end. The upper part came off as the fabric gave away from the seams.
    Some parts of this bag are actually made from a very poor material - thin nylon fabric covered with a pvc layer that eventually peels off and then the seams rip it apart.
    May I mention that I have never overloaded it, nor carried the weights in it.

    ps: I have 10 years old back-packs, bought at the same price, that are still flawless, and this rag broke up just like a bad pair of shoes after only half a year.
  2. Phil Mintz

    Phil Mintz Dive Equipment Manufacturer


    I am sorry you are disappointed with this bag. The material used has proven to be very durable (not in your case) and the quality of construction has been very high. Many have been sold with few issues as you claim.

    Your bag shold be under warranty, so if you are having these trouble, then bring it back to the place of purchase with your receipt.



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