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Does Yonex place warranty on broken racquets by mishit?

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Tommii, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. Tommii

    Tommii Regular Member

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    I'm scared that in the future, my zslash and my zforce will break due to a lot of mishit, i mishit my zslash and zforce quite a lot and hoping that in the future it does not break.

    For canadian racquets, how long is the warranty?
     
  2. Tommii

    Tommii Regular Member

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    Now i'm getting really scared.

    My racquet does not feel flush around the paint job areas. Now it feels bumpy and rigid between the transition of the colour changing.

    Take a look @ the black part

    (This is the only picture i can get my camera to focus on. but it's all over the racquet, was not like this when i got it)

    [​IMG]
     
  3. phili

    phili Regular Member

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    Mishits are your problem not Yonex's. If the racket breaks due to a manufacturing error I'm sure they will give you a new one but why should they cover mishits?
     
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    I don't think warranty would cover mishits
     
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    The yellow and white are the bottom layer, black/red sprayed on top of it so it is "normal" that you can physically feel the transition ...
     
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    If your tension is below the max the z slash is recommended to, and a mis-hit breaks the racquet then it should* be manufacturer fault. *should, if the side of the racquet hasn't be mashed off the floor/other racquets.
    However, rather than worry about if yonex will replace your racquet after your many mis-hits. Perhaps you should focus on your timing so that don't mis-hit the shuttle any more (I know not the answer you wanted, but it will bring your technique on if you have to focus on a clean hit).
     

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