Following this simple guideline of do’s and don’ts will help insure that your Seabob is ready when the season starts.
Better than cure!
Prevention is better than the cure!
Rinse your Seabob thoroughly with fresh water
Store it in a dry space and ensure that the room temperature is between 10 and 25 degrees celsius
Put your Seabob in transport mode and charge it once per month
Do a post-season winterization preventive maintenance
Repair any damages to the surface, or refurbish the entire hull for optimal results
Send your Seabob to an authorized Seabob repair center only.
Don’t charge your Seabob if you see traces of humidity on the charging socket
Don’t let your battery level drop below 20%
Don’t leave the charger on all the time
Don’t postpone repairs until the spring
Don’t ignore any reoccurring problems you’ve had during the season
When it comes to efficiency, every millimeter counts!
When was the last time you’ve serviced your Seabob?
Since most people mainly use their Seabob on the water surface, there are no big pressure variations. Because the o-rings don’t expand and conduct, they become stiff and give in.
Send your Seabobto us for diagnostic tests, maintenance checks, and services.
We’ll exchange o-rings, search for potential leaks and cracks, exchange worn components, and make it ready for the season.