Instead of having to buy something outright, you can rent and take it home for a small payment each month.
You can rent for up to 36 months if you like. And if you’re finished with the equipment (you might even find something you like more) you can give the goods back any time after the minimum rental period.
If you love everything and want to keep it all forever, you can apply to buy any time.
The minimum rental period for most products is 6 (12 months for a small selection), but that’s only if you want to return your gear. You can apply to buy any time, even after one day.
We like to keep things simple. Plus, we would never stand in the way of true love. Sometimes you only need one day to know you’ve found the one.
It’s simple. All you need to do is give our team a call on 1300 858 911 or send them a quick email with your details to [email protected] They will help you organise a pickup.
Or, if it’s easier, you can drop the gear back to the store.
Absolutely. You can apply to buy any time, even after one day. There are no hidden fees for buying at one month, six months or three years. If you contact our team, we’ll help you finalise everything.
We offer an optional protection plan with most of our gear. Our protection plan is different from insurance and doesn’t cover every eventuality. It does protect you from accidental damage, fire and theft in Australia though. Our team will be happy to run through this with you have you have any specific questions.
Checking with your own insurance company is a good idea. Often rentals are covered by your contents insurance.
To keep things simple, payments are charged on a set date each month from a debit or credit card. If a payment date falls on a weekend or a public holiday, you will come out on the next business day.
If you continue to rent for the maximum 36 months, we will contact you and help you finalise your agreement. But you don’t automatically own the gear. Because it is a rental, there is always a one-off payment at the end to own the goods.
The longer you rent, the smaller that payment becomes due to the item devaluing. For example, if you were to apply to buy at one month, the cost is very close to the original value of your item. Whereas, if you apply to buy at 36 months the cost is more likely to be around the value of one rental payment.