Simply Scuba Awarded Best Retailer of the Year 2010 by Diver Magazine Readers

Simply Scuba have triumphed for the second year in a row and retained their title as Retailer of the Year. This top dive store are ecstatic to have taken the illustrious award home for the second consecutive year. The award, which is voted for by Diver Magazine readers is a real honour as so many dive stores are nominated. Simply Scuba feel proud to have won because they know the votes come from customer feedback, so it's a real achievment. Other categories which make the diver awards include Product of the Year, Brand of the Year, Destination of the year and so forth. Gerrard Dennis, Managing Director of Simply Scuba said: "We're so happy to have won the award for the second year in a row. You don't often hear all the good things customers have to say about their shopping experience, so receiving this award is like a pat on the back from the public. It shows that the effort and hard work our staff do on a daily basis is being recognised by our customers and we couldn't ask for any more than that." This one stop dive store which supplies everything you could possibly need for your diving holiday, not only offers a fantastic range of products from top dive brands; but they offer fantastic customer service and experience to make online shopping as informed and easy as possible, whether you are a returning or new customer. A new service which Simply Scuba have made big over the last year is their product demonstration videos. The videos offer customers the chance to see the product in a different light and find out more information than you would usually get when buying online. Not only this, but they also offer free size exchange on selected items so you can get the perfect fitted item; and if you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, you have 28 days in which to return it. With all of this and much more, it's no wonder Simply Scuba have taken home the title of Retailer of the Year yet again.

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