OWNERS MANUAL SENTINEL SERIES/ BOAT CREW DRY SUITS

OWNERS MANUAL SENTINEL SERIES/ BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
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FOR MODEL NUMBER MSD63X / MSD64X
OWNERS MANUAL
SENTINEL SERIES/
BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
TM
MOBILITY BASED SIZING™
In order to take your measurements correctly and select the appropriate size,
please follow the instructions provided on our website at:
www.mustangsurvival.com/mobility
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION.................................................................................................1
SENTINEL SERIES SIZING GUIDE...............................................................2
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE............................................................................3
.CCS™ ADJUSTABLE NECK SEAL.................................................................3
RUBBER NECK AND WRIST SEAL FITTING.......................................... 3-4
NEOPRENE NECK AND WRIST SEAL FITTING.....................................4-5
ATTACHING SUSPENDERS..........................................................................6
INTEGRATING THE TWO LAYERS (MSD64X SERIES ONLY)..................7
DONNING & DOFFING THE DRY SUIT...................................................8-9
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.............................................................. 10
STORING THE DRY SUIT
FOLDING AND PACKING........................................................................ 11
REPAIRS....................................................................................................... 12
ACCESSORIES............................................................................................. 12
WARRANTY INFORMATION.............................................................................. 13
CONTACT..................................................................................................... 13
DESCRIPTION
MSD63X SENTINEL™ SERIES – LIGHTWEIGHT BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
MSD64X SENTINEL™ SERIES – HEAVY DUTY BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
The Sentinel™ Series Boat Crew Dry Suits are waterproof & breathable
constant wear boat crew dry suits ideal for Law Enforcement and
Search and Rescue (SAR) small boat operations where crew members
don’t intend to enter the water but require hypothermia protection in
case of accidental immersion.
Optimizing fit, comfort and functionality are extremely important,
especially when a poorly fitted suit can impede on a mission’s
efficiency and your safety. Validated by NAVAIR and the SAR Model
Manager Office, Naval Special Warfare, and swift water and ice
rescue instructors and trainers, our Sentinel™ Series is designed to be
compatible with all types of equipment used in these environments.
• Military grade GORE-TEX® BD6.5 waterproof & breathable
dry suit fabric
• Mobility Based Sizing™ offers semi-custom size fits without the custom price
tag, reducing bulk and while increasing range of motion
• YKK™ Aquaseal zipper entry and relief openings for both male and female.
More comfortable, easier to operate and less maintenance required than
traditional dry zippers
• Two-point attachment removable suspender system for an improved fit,
mobility and comfort
• Rapid Repair Technology™ enables users to self-replace neck and wrist seals
and repair small leaks in an hour or less
• 2 Layer design for increased durability (MSD64X Series Only)
• CORDURA® reinforced elbows, and wrist and leg over cuffs
• Ballistic nylon reinforced knees and seat
• 5mm neoprene knee pads help prevent injury
• Integrated GORE-TEX® dry socks
•M
ulti-position fleece lined storm collar for improved protection
and comfort
•2
chest hand warmer pockets (accessible even while wearing a PFD)
• 1 calf pocket with neoprene survival hood attachment
(survival hood sold separately)
• 2 arm pockets and 2 thigh cargo pockets
•L
arge leg and wrist over cuffs have Velcro® closures for adjustability
• 62 square inches of SOLAS retro-reflective tape for increased visibility
• Duty belt keepers at the waist
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The Sentinel Series Boat Crew Dry Suits are easily donned/doffed
by the wearer using the diagonal entry zippers across the torso and
wearer’s left shoulder and includes relief zippers. Customized fit can
be achieved through adjustment of the internal suspenders to modify
trunk length for improved range of motion.
Every Sentinel Series Boat Crew Dry Suit produced by Mustang is
leak tested to ensure waterproof integrity prior to leaving our factory.
All suits are 100% tested to ensure the highest level of reliability and
performance.
WARNING: DRY SUITS ALONE PROVIDE INADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR EXTREME
CLIMATE DIFFERENCES. ALL USERS SHOULD WEAR APPROPRIATE WICKING THERMAL
UNDERGARMENTS TO PREVENT HYPOTHERMIA (IN COLD CLIMATES) AND MOISTURE
WICKING UNDERGARMENTS TO PREVENT HEAT STROKE (IN WARM CLIMATES).
WARNING: DRY SUITS ARE NOT INHERENTLY BUOYANT. ALL USERS SHOULD WEAR
APPROPRIATE FLOTATION DEVICES WITH THE DRY SUIT. WATER RESCUE AND MARITIME
LAW ENFORCEMENT ARE INHERENTLY DANGEROUS. USERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF RISKS
ASSOCIATED WITH THESE TYPES OF MARINE OPERATIONS AND COMPLETE TRAINING IN
THE USE OF MARINE OPERATIONS EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES.
SENTINEL™ SERIES SIZING GUIDE
Exclusively available for the Sentinel™ Dry Suits, we introduce the
industry’s newest improved fitting platform designed specifically for
dry suit users for tactical, rescue or special operations.
Based on more than two years of extensive anthropometric research,
range of motion testing and user evaluations, Mobility Based Sizing™
offers users a semi-custom suit that reduces bulk and increases range
of motion without the expensive custom price tags or long lead times.
The Mobility Based Sizing™ platform is like none other currently in the
industry.
There are 24 sizes available. To order a suit that fits you best, please
follow the instructions provided on our website at:
www.mustangsurvival.com/mobility.
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EXTRA
SMALL
SMALL
MEDIUM
LARGE 1
LARGE 2
EXTRA
LARGE
DOUBLE
EXTRA
LARGE
TRIPLE
EXTRA
LARGE
SHORT
XSS
SS
MS
L1S
L2S
XLS
XXLS
3XLS
REGULAR
XSR
SR
MR
L1R
L2R
XLR
XXLR
3XLR
LONG
XSL
SL
ML
L1L
L2L
XLL
XXLL
3XLL
MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
This manual supplies instructional, maintenance and safety information
for the Sentinel Series Boat Crew Dry Suits.
CCS™ ADJUSTABLE NECK SEAL (IF EQUIPPED)
Mustang’s patented Closed Comfort System CCS™ can be worn loose
to provide comfort out of the water and can quickly be drawn tight
to keep the water out. The adjustable seal also provides increased
durability compared to traditional latex seals and allows the suit to be
worn by multiple users without compromising waterproof integrity.
CAUTION: THE CLOSED COMFORT SYSTEM NECK SEAL (CCS ™) MUST BE FULLY CLOSED
TO PREVENT WATER INTAKE.
1. T
he CCS™ neck seal can be worn loose for comfort, but whenever there is a
risk of accidental immersion the neck seal should be closed enough so that
there aren’t any gaps between the neck seal and the wearer’s neck.
2. To close, pinch the toggle while pulling the elastic drawstring away from the
neck. For maximum effectiveness the neck seal should be adjusted to be
snug, but not uncomfortably tight
3. Once the neck seal has been drawn tight, the Velcro® tabs can be attached to
keep the elastic out of the way.
4. T
o loosen, insert fingers between the neck and the neck seal while pinching
the toggle. Then gently pull on the neck seal with your fingers to loosen.
RUBBER NECK AND WRIST SEAL FITTING (IF EQUIPPED)
The Rubber Neck Seals and Wrist Seals may be trimmed at the initial
fitting, but the seals tend to adjust to the wearer after a short period
of time. If no excessive seal restriction exists, and seal fit is acceptable
to the user, the seals should be left as is. Neck seals shall fit snugly
and remain in direct contact with the neck through all normal head
movements. Wrist seals shall fit tightly enough to prevent water entry,
but not tight enough to restrict blood flow. If seal sizing is required,
proceed as follows:
CAUTION: TRIM NECK SEALS WITH EXTREME CAUTION. A SMOOTH TRIM LINE IS
ESSENTIAL. EXCESSIVE OR CARELESS TRIMMING COULD RESULT IN LOOSE SEALS
THAT LEAK AND NECESSITATE REPLACEMENT. AVOID NICKING SEAL FABRIC, AS THIS
COULD RESULT IN TEARING THE SEALS WHEN DONNING AND DOFFING, AND ALSO
COULD RESULT IN SKIN IRRITATION. TRIM ONLY 1 RING AT A TIME. YOU CAN ALWAYS
TRIM MORE, BUT YOU CAN’T REPLACE WHAT YOU HAVE CUT OFF.
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1. If neck seal trimming is necessary, turn the neck seal inside-out so you can
see the rings running parallel down the gasket around the circumference of
the neck seal.
2. Trimming only one ring at a time carefully cut between the rings with a very
sharp pair of scissors.
i) An alternative method is to place the neck seal inside-out, so the trim rings
are facing out, over a large metal coffee can and carefully cut between the
rings using a very sharp razor blade (x-acto knife or utility knife style).
NOTE: VISUALLY INSPECT THE TRIMMED EDGE FOR NICKS. IF THE CUT IS NOT SMOOTH
AND STRAIGHT CAREFULLY TRIM OUT ANY NICKS. NICKS CAN CAUSE A TEAR DURING
DONNING AND DOFFING
3. Check for fit and if necessary repeat steps 1 & 2 until there is a proper fit.
4. Trim wrist seals in same manner as neck seals using very sharp scissors.
i) An alternative method is to place the wrist seal inside-out, so the trim
rings are facing out, over a metal soup can (10.5 - 15 oz can) and carefully
cut between the rings using a very sharp razor blade (x-acto knife or utility
knife style).
5. After trimming seals, have the user don the suit to determine seal restriction
and water-sealing characteristics. Make any additional adjustments to the
seal.
NEOPRENE NECK AND WRIST SEAL FITTING (IF EQUIPPED)
The neoprene seals should only be trimmed if they are unreasonably
tight and restrict blood flow. The below chart indicates the target
body dimensions for the standard neoprene seals. The seals are
designed to fit the individuals with the smallest measurements. If
your neck and/or wrist is larger than the target dimensions, you will
likely have to trim your seals. If your measurements are better suited
to another size, you can order a Rapid Repair replacement kit in the
appropriate size.
SUIT SIZE
XS
4
TARGET NECK
CIRCUMFERENCE
TARGET WRIST
CIRCUMFERENCE
RAPID REPAIR
REPLACEMENT KIT
INCH
CM
INCH
CM
NECK SEAL
WRIST SEAL
12"
30.5CM
5.75"
14.6CM
RE0007-XS
RE0009-S
S
13.25"
33.6CM
5.75"
14.6CM
RE0007-S
RE0009-S
M–L2
14.25"
36.2CM
6.25"
15.9CM
RE0007-M
RE0009-M
XL–XXXL
15.25"
38.7CM
6.75"
17.1CM
RE0007-L
RE0009-L
MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
If seal trimming is required, proceed as follows:
CAUTION: TRIM SEALS WITH EXTREME CAUTION. A SMOOTH TRIM LINE IS ESSENTIAL.
EXCESSIVE OR CARELESS TRIMMING COULD RESULT IN LOOSE SEALS THAT LEAK AND
NECESSITATE REPLACEMENT. AVOID NICKING SEAL FABRIC, AS THIS COULD RESULT
IN TEARING THE SEALS WHEN DONNING AND DOFFING, AND ALSO COULD RESULT IN
SKIN IRRITATION. TRIM ONLY 1/8” AT A TIME. YOU CAN ALWAYS TRIM MORE, BUT YOU
CAN’T REPLACE WHAT YOU HAVE CUT OFF.
Required materials: R
uler, sharp scissors and a white china marker
or silver pen.
NOTE: ONLY NEOPRENE SEALS CAN BE TRIMMED USING THIS PROCEDURE.
1. T
rim only 1/8” at a time to a maximum of 1”. Using a ruler, mark a circular line
around the seal that is offset from the edge of the cuff end by 1/8”.
2. U
sing sharp scissors carefully cut the cuff end at the marked line. Evaluate
the fit and repeat step 1 & 2 until there is a proper fit.
NOTE: VISUALLY INSPECT THE TRIMMED EDGE FOR NICKS.
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
IF THE CUT IS NOT SMOOTH AND STRAIGHT CAREFULLY TRIM OUT ANY NICKS. NICKS
CAN CAUSE A TEAR DURING DONNING AND DOFFING.
3. A
fter trimming the seals, have the user don the suit to determine seal
restriction and water-sealing characteristics. Make any additional adjustments
to the seal.
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ATTACHING SUSPENDERS
To attach suspenders please follow the instructions below. The
removable suspenders can be used to improve fit, lower in-water
resistance and reduce rescuer fatigue. Suspenders can be adjusted to
a comfortable and secure position.
1. C
ompletely unzip the entry zipper.
2. Open the suit so that the two attachment points are visible.
3. Thread the end of the nylon strap attached to the suit through the
rectangular clip on the suspenders.
4. Once the nylon strap has been threaded, flare the sewn folds on the strap to
prevent it from passing back through the rectangular clip.
5. Repeat these steps for the other attachment point.
6. Use the suspender strap ends to adjust for a secure comfortable fit.
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FIGURE 3
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 6
MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
INTEGRATING THE TWO LAYERS (MSD64X SERIES ONLY)
Your Sentinel Series Heavy Duty Boat Crew Dry Suit is comprised of
two distinct layers: an inner immersion layer and an outer shell. The inner
immersion layer, or dry suit layer, should be treated with care as this is
the layer that provides the water tight protection in case of water entry.
The outer shell layer is fitted with the abrasion protection, pockets and
other external features of the suit. The instructions below indicate how to
integrate these two layers to prepare the suit for use.
1. Completely unzip the entry zipper of the outer shell.
2. S
lide the inner immersion layer into the outer shell. Pay attention that the front
of the immersion layer is facing the front of the outer shell.
3. A
lign the positions of the duty belt keepers on the inner immersion layer with
the corresponding button holes on the outer shell.
4. Slide the duty belt keepers through the button holes of the outer shell.
5. Align the Velcro® and/or snap of the outer suit with the Velcro®
and/or snap of the inner suit in the three locations along the
entry zipper, one location at the end of each sleeve, and one location at the
back of the neck.
6. E
sure that the sleeves of the inner immersion layer are not twisted inside the suit.
7. T
he two layers are now integrated and the suit is ready for use.
VELCRO® AND/OR
SNAP LOCATIONS
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 8
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DONNING & DOFFING THE DRY SUIT
Before donning the suit, ensure that appropriate undergarments have
been selected for the conditions.
CAUTION: ALWAYS DON THE DRY SUIT ON A CLEAN SURFACE SUCH AS A TOWEL OR
TARP TO AVOID ATTRACTING DEBRIS. PEBBLES, SAND, DIRT AND OTHER DEBRIS ON
THE GROUND CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO DRY SUIT SOCK AND COMPROMISE THE SUIT’S
INTEGRITY.
CAUTION: USE EXTREME CARE WHEN DONNING THE DRY SUIT. PRIOR TO DONNING,
REMOVE ALL RINGS, WATCHES, EARRINGS, NECKLACES AND EYEGLASSES THAT WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO WRIST AND NECK SEALS. FOOTWEAR OTHER THAN SOCKS MUST
NOT BE WORN INSIDE THE DRY SUIT.
SUIT PREPARATION PRIOR TO DONNING
1. E
nsure that the Velcro® wrist covers and ankle covers are unfastened.
2. E
nsure waist adjusters are loosened.
3. E
nsure that both the outer shell entry zipper (MSD64X Series Only) and
the waterproof entry zipper are fully opened.
4. Ensure the suspenders are pulled out of the suit legs.
DONNING THE DRY SUIT
1. S
lide your legs into the suit until your toes reach the end of the socks.
2. Don the suspenders. Ensure they are crossed in back but not twisted.
3. Apply talcum powder inside wrist seals.
4. Place the right arm into the right sleeve.
5. Carefully place the right hand into the right cuff by pointing the fingers
straight, tucking the thumb underneath and inserting the hand through the
seal. Do not make a fist when putting your wrist through the seal. If you need
to pull on the suit to get your hand through the seal pull on the suit cuff and
not the seal. Pulling on the seal can lead to damage.
6. Roll the Velcro® wrist covers back and refasten to a snug fit.
7. Repeat steps 4 - 8 for the left arm.
8. Bring the upper portion of the suit over your head, aligning the neck opening
with the top of the head. Reach inside the top of the neck seal with fingers
and gently pull the seal outward and down as you push your head through.
Flatten any folds or rolls of the seal against the skin.
9. Close the waterproof entry zipper. Reach over your left shoulder with your
right hand and grasp the zipper toggle. While holding the top of the zipper,
pull the toggle down until the zipper is completely fastened. Both sides of the
zipper chain should remain parallel while closing to avoid zipper damage.
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MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
CAUTION: PLACING UNDUE FORCE ON THE ZIPPER MAY DAMAGE THE SEAL AND HARM
THE INTEGRITY OF THE SUIT. NEVER FORCEFULLY YANK ON THE ZIPPER.
10. E
nsure the waterproof relief zipper is completely closed and the slider is
fully engaged with the zipper stop. Stow the zipper toggle in the yellow loop
located under the zipper cover.
WARNING: FAILURE TO COMPLETELY CLOSE THE WATERPROOF ENTRY ZIPPER AND
THE RELIEF ZIPPER WILL RESULT IN LEAKAGE OF WATER INSIDE THE SUIT AND
REDUCTION OF SURVIVAL TIME WHEN IN THE WATER. HAVE A FELLOW TEAM MEMBER
DOUBLE-CHECK EACH SLIDE FASTENER TO ENSURE THEY ARE COMPLETELY CLOSED
AGAINST THEIR SEALING PLUGS.
11. ( MSD64X Series Only) Close the outer shell entry zipper. Reach over your
left shoulder with your right hand and grasp the zipper toggle. While holding
the top of the zipper, pull the toggle down until the zipper is completely
fastened.
12. T
ighten the ankle Velcro® covers to a snug fit.
13. Burp the suit before water entry. Cross arms in front and gently slide fingers
between the neck seal and your neck, squat down and force excess air
through the neck opening.
DOFFING THE DRY SUIT
1. R
emove all equipment worn over the suit.
2. T
horoughly rinse down the exterior of the suit while wearing it, paying special
attention to the seals and zippers. Remove all dirt, salt and debris.
3. L
oosen Velcro® waist and ankle adjustment tabs.
4. Completely open the outer shell entry zipper and the inner immersion layer
waterproof zipper. If not completely open, the zippers face the risk of being
damaged during doffing.
CAUTION: PLACING UNDUE FORCE ON THE ZIPPER MAY DAMAGE THE SEAL AND HARM
THE INTEGRITY OF THE SUIT. NEVER FORCEFULLY YANK ON THE ZIPPER.
5. Insert fingers between neck seal and neck. Gently stretch the seal outward
and upward while pulling neck seal over your head.
6. Remove hands from wrist seals by holding onto the cuff or pull tab. Point your
fingers straight, tucking the thumb underneath the seal. Slowly pull your hand
through the wrist seal. Do not make a fist when putting your wrist through the
seal or pull on the seal. Once your hands are out the seals invert the seals back
out of the suit sleeve so that they are oriented away from the suit.
7. P
ull suit down past hips and slide legs from the suit.
8. Follow the cleaning and storage instructions for the suit.
CAUTION: PULLING ON THE WRIST SEAL MAY DAMAGE THE SEAL.
NOTE: IF WEARING SUSPENDERS, REMOVE SUSPENDERS PRIOR TO PROCEEDING
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING
1. T
horoughly rinse your dry suit after every use.
CAUTION: DO NOT DRY CLEAN. DO NOT IRON. DO NOT BLEACH.
2. Treat stains with a pre-wash treatment such as Shout® or
Spray ‘n Wash®. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Rinse well.
3. Machine wash warm (104° F/40° C) on gentle cycle using a gentle powder or
liquid detergent. Do not use fabric softener, bleach or wash-in treatments, as
they can affect the suit’s breathability.
4. Tumble-dry using an air setting.
CAUTION: USE ONLY A FRONT LOADING WASHING MACHINE OR A TOP LOADING
WASHING MACHINE THAT DOES NOT HAVE AN AGITATOR POST. WASHING MACHINES
WITH AGITATOR POSTS CAN DAMAGE THE SUIT.
MAINTENANCE
Regular zipper maintenance is recommended to maintain a water-tight seal,
inhibit corrosion and keep the zipper gliding freely.
These steps are essential to zipper longevity:
1. C
lean the zipper of any heavy deposits of mud, sand, salt or foreign
substances by gently brushing and rinsing the zipper with fresh water.
2. YYK® zippers need to be lubricated on the docking end approximately every
15-20 days of field use. One package of Molykote® lubricant is included with
your suit. Only use the Molykote® lubricant.
a. Open the zipper to expose the W-SEAL.
b. Open the Molykote®, seen in Figure 9, by ripping the package seal.
c. S
queeze the package gently and apply a small amount of lubricant
to the W-SEAL as indicated in Figure 10. Only apply to the indicated
areas.
d. Flip over the zipper end and lubricate the back in the same highlighted
areas as the front.
e. Close the zipper.
3. Repeat before long term storage.
CAUTION: DO NOT LUBRICATE THE ZIPPER TEETH.
NOTE: DO NOT DISCARD THE BLISTER PACKAGE. THE MOLYKOTE® LUBRICANT CAN BE
STORED IN THE ZIPLOCK BAG AND REUSED.
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MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
FIGURE 9
FIGURE 10
STORING THE DRY SUIT
Hang the suit with all zippers closed.
FOLDING AND PACKING
1. E
nsure that the suit is thoroughly clean and dry and that the main entry
zippers are in the closed position before folding and packing.
2. L
ay the suit flat on its back on a horizontal, clean surface, allowing the suit to
be fully extended with none of the parts overlapping.
3. F
old the left sleeve, from the shoulder, straight across the body of the suit.
Fold the right sleeve, from the shoulder, straight across the body of the suit
on top of the folded left arm.
4. Fold the socks over top of the legs until they reach crotch level.
5. Fold the legs, from the crotch, up to the chest level, right below the folded
sleeves.
6. Fold the suit in half.
7. To pack, roll or fold the suit ensuring that the zippers do not crease.
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REPAIRS
The protection provided by this dry suit relies very much on its
watertight characteristics. It is extremely important that damaged
suits are handled in accordance with repair requirements.
The Sentinel Series Boat Crew Dry Suits take advantage of Mustang’s
Rapid Repair Technology™ enabling users to self-replace neck and
wrist seals and repair small leaks in an hour or less. For detailed
information on repair procedures For detailed information on repair
procedures please visit the below website and download the user
manual: www.mustangsurvival.com/rapid-repair-technology
All major repairs should be performed by the manufacturer.
For inspection, testing, and repair information, please contact our
customer service department at: 1 800 526 0532 OR email
[email protected]
ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available for your Sentinel Series Boat Crew
Dry Suit:
NEOPRENE SURVIVAL HOOD (PART # MA7348)
SENTINEL DRY SUIT LINER (PART # MSL600)
SENTINEL FEMALE DRY SUIT LINER (PART # MSL601)
YKK ZIPPER LUBRICANT (PART # MA0094)
SENTINEL™ SERIES BASE LAYERS (MSL602/603/604/605/606)
For more information on these items please visit www.mustangsurvival.com.
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MUSTANG SURVIVAL SENTINELTM SERIES – BOAT CREW DRY SUITS
WARRANTY INFORMATION
LIMITED WARRANTY/
Mustang Survival products are warranted to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the
date of purchase by the initial purchaser (the Customer End user) under
normal and intended conditions and use. Proof of purchase may be required
at the discretion of Mustang Survival. Products, which, in the sole judgment
of Mustang Survival, have received excessive or abusive use or have been
altered in any way by a dealer, the Customer or any other person, will not
be covered by this limited warranty.
Mustang Survival requires return of the product (postage or delivery
costs prepaid by Customer) for inspection before determining whether
the product will be covered under limited warranty. A return authorization
is required before the goods are returned and should be obtained by
contacting our Customer Service Department. Once returned, Customer
Service, Quality Assurance and Sales Departments inspect the product as
required. It is then determined whether the product will be covered under
this limited warranty.
If the product is deemed to be covered under our warranty policy, it will
either be repaired or replaced at the sole discretion of Mustang Survival
at no charge to the Customer. The only obligation or liability of Mustang
Survival under this limited warranty is to repair or replace the product and
Mustang Survival shall not, under any circumstances be liable for loss of use
or any consequential damages sustained by the Customer.
All other warranties expressed or implied, and remedies with respect to the
condition or use of the product, which might otherwise be provided by law
in any jurisdiction, are specifically excluded.
CONTACT
For further information concerning this manual or the suit, contact
Mustang Survival:
TF 1 800 526 0532
E [email protected]
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