When it opened in 2012, our Tunbridge Wells location quickly became known for its high level of service, but we now offer so much more than that. We’re the go to company for Tunbridge Wells Mac Support and sales. After starting with a small shop in The Pantiles, we quickly grew and moved to a bigger location at 6 Goods Station Road. Our team of expert MacMen (and MacWomen!) specialise in iDevice and Mac repairs, sales, training, and Mac support for business and home.
If you don’t have time to pop in the store for a chat, you can always contact us via email or social media. You can also look for your next iMac or MacBook on our online store.
Monday – 9.00 to 18.00
Tuesday – 9.00 to 18.00
Wednesday – 9.00 to 18.00
Thursday – 9.00 to 18.00
Friday – 9.00 to 18.00
Saturday – 9.00 to 17.30
Sunday – CLOSED
CALL OUT CHARGES
You can view and search our callout zones by visiting this interactive map.
- Zone 1 – Free
- Zone 2 – £10.00
- Zone 3 – £20.00
- Zone 4 – £40.00
- Outside of the above zones – £45.00 per hour of travel
Meet the Tunbridge Wells Mac Support Team
Since joining MacMan in 2012 and opening the second MacMan workshop in Tunbridge Wells’ The Pantiles later that year, his personal life has since described itself as a ’Xero Widow’. However he stills harks back to the drum kit playing days of his yoof… and promises to one day form a raw funk covers band AND a Primal Scream covers band. The latter to be called “Spinal Cream”. His words, not ours.
Our Tunbridge Wells Store Manager is a dedicated fan of the app Evernote and can often be seen tapping out notes on his trusty iPhone SE. The Tunbridge Wells MacMen aren’t the only talent he oversees. As Sam is also the caretaker of 6 Goods Station Road’s very fruitful chilli plant, he has a cockatiel named Wilson that sings the Imperial March on repeat and on demand, and his uncle invented the question mark.
Dylan joined us as The Apprentice winner of 2016 and has since become a very respected full time member of the busy TW iDevice team. He is the proud owner of an IT Competency Certificate (Level 3 no less) and also holds the Kentish record for passing his theory driving test with the least amount of driving lessons, all while eating Gypsy Creams throughout. Legend.
PJ’s camera roll is full of photos he’s tinkered with in Afterlight. His other talents include rock climbing, skateboarding, photobombing, and perfectly applying glass protectors on iPhone screens. He joined us as The Apprentice in 2014 and quickly became a Mac, iPhone and iPad legend.
Chief Executive Editor
Loves nothing more than an organised file, a tidy calendar and a grammatically corrected communication. Norah is living proof that being a paid up, card carrying member of the Apostrophe Protection Society™ can actually be a help and not a hindrance in the workplace. She also claims to have never lost a sock. Ever.