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O’Three clearance event announced – grab yourself a bargain!

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Portland-based drysuit and wetsuit company O’Three has announced its annual clearance event will be held on Saturday 5 August and Sunday 6 August at their base in Osprey Quay.

The clearance event will run from 9am-6pm on the Saturday and 10am-4pm on the Sunday.

O’Three are clearing space for new stock arriving, and as well as featuring longer opening hours, this clearance weekend offers some great deals, including a free bottle of Jollop for everyone who attends, free nibbles and beer, and competitions – and if you bring a buddy who buys a new drysuit, O’Three will give you and them a £50 voucher to spend with the company.

As well as drysuits and wetsuits, there will also be tech vests, gloves, shorties, base layers, boots, fins, hoods and sailing accessories for sale at cracking prices.

There will also be a clearance rail of pre-owned suits and ex-loan suits (some of which have had very little use by celebrities).

www.othree.co.uk

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Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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