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Old 31 January 2012, 14:18   #11
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i`d deffo want what i`d ordered...we use foam ones for wifey and the kids with crotch strap and whistles i personally use an bouyancy aid as i canoe too... i guess it comes down to how far out your going and with ten hosses on a 3m boat (like me) i wouldn`t want to go too far, so i`m guessing your pootling around a bay and up and down rivers . can everyone swim is possibly a more sensible question.. theres some excellent advice on the forums as regards to kit to carry for the sea, first aid kit,wet bags with clothes etc ...... personally before i take to the sea `proppa` i`d like to buddy up with some one who goes regularly so they can give some good advice and any failings in kit ...
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Old 01 February 2012, 13:12   #12
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Thanks very much for all the great advice I finally emailed them this evening and have given them the chance to make good, if they offer me a straight replacement for the 2 autos I will I think just return them and get a refund on them! Its a lot of grief for me to get to a post office to return them and to be honest im just pleased I didnt use them.......... I was talking to someone today about what might of happened had I gone in the drink expecting it to inflate!

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Old 01 February 2012, 14:03   #13
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Regardless of the wrong order, under the distance selling regs you can return anything bought online or by phone for a full refund if you notify the seller within 7 working days. Not many people realise this includes the postage to you *and* the cost of return postage (all deemed to be part of the contract for a 'distance sale'). It is the selling company's obligation to arrange collection from you. The law on this is very robust - you do not even need to return the goods to them to obtain the refund, it is their obligation to request or collect them.

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