After my Simms had  the Diverdave  treatment, it is a pleasure to report that not a drop of water had got through. Dry to the last!"



Paul Young.

"Less than two weeks ago, I handed DiverDave my leaking Hardy's EWS breathables and also a pair of leaking Simms breathables which I had relegated to the back of my fishing shelves several seasons ago.
Dave not only repaired both to immaculate standard within three days, but then (a one-off offer!) met me half way to get them back to me in time for a fishing trip the next day. Okay, the distance was only approx 10 miles ie midway between the north side of Aberdeen and Stonehaven to the south, but that's the kind of person he is. It's the first time my feet and legs have been bone dry after a hard day's fishing, for several seasons!
I can't recommend the man highly enough.....he really knows his business when it comes to any kind of wader repair. At the risk of repeating other posts, his superb service can be found at "
I just got my waders back from Dave. He sorted 5 leaks in them! I thought they were for the bin. Used them yesterday and dry as a bone! Absolutely delighted! Saved me at least £100 and should get a few more years out of em yet.

Top bloke. Highly recommended!!

Paul "
My sincere thanks to Diver Dave for yet again extending the life of my chest waders.
I am fairly sure I bought the waders for the 2006 season so they are about to go into their seventh season!
I had few problems for the first season and was able to repair the odd leak and small tears for the second and third seasons, albeit clumsily.
Leaks and tears got a bid out of hand thereafter but by then I discovered Diver Dave, thanks to the Forum.
Seams were sealed and neoprene boots repaired and all was well for a couple of seasons. Then I damaged the neoprene socks (stupidly) and back the waders went to Dave for the third time for new socks and a general overhaul.
The waders arrived today with new smaller socks (such a relief to have socks that will allow me to wear properly fitting boots) and I also took the opportunity to have a extra two centimetres put into the leg length (clever how he did that!)
By now I have to admit the waders are looking a bid the worse for wear but I reckon I will get another couple of season out of them before vanity prevails!
(I have no connection to Diver Dave but my waders and I love the guy - but I wonder if he is sick at the thought of another email from me!)