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4 Month Old ArcSaber Z Slash, Gone For Eternity

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Rasuke96, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. Rasuke96

    Rasuke96 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    My ArcSaber Z Slash, which I bought from a Yonex Sunrise dealer 4 months ago, snapped at the frame for an unknown reason. It was in my ArcSaber Cover, and when I pulled it out in the morning, the frame had snapped and a few nanotubes were popping out. It was such a sad sight:crying:

    So, I want you people to look at the photos and reply with possible causes of breakage:


    P.S : my racket is an SP model strung at 24 lbs, it's a 3UG4
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    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Can u claim warranty on that? Omg.. i owned 1 z slash too:(
     
  3. Rasuke96

    Rasuke96 Regular Member

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    I hope so
    but I did clash my racket with some idiotic doubles partner quite some time ago, I hope that doesn't void the warranty:(
     
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    try to claim ...
     
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    I think it might be pretty hard to get a claim on that seeing that there are so many paint chips. That is what I have been told here in HK at least.
     
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    I know, this ArcSaber Z Slash was my first original racket, I don't know much about the warranty and things, when I asked my dealer, he said that it's impossible to ask for a replacement with the state of the racket. Many, many paintchips on it.
     
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    I don't this applies to just badminton rackets but to many other things as well...unless of course you are on those replacement programs where you can damage it and still get a replacement.
     

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