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LF: ~$50 Racquet in Canada, pref saskatoon

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by TurboRegal, Mar 6, 2006.

  1. TurboRegal

    TurboRegal New Member

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    Hello,
    I just got back from sport chek, and it looks like my raquet was cracked:crying:

    I sure hope they weren't the ones who cracked it. I guess now I am looking for another racquet, probably in the 50-70 dollar range. I live in Saskatoon, but I'm willing to get it shipped, as long as it doesnt get cracked:)

    Thanks!

    Edit: Just wondering, because I don't really know how good my old racquet was, is a 97vf Yonex any good, or was it any good...
     
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  2. D-man2005

    D-man2005 Regular Member

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    Take the racquet back to sport chek.

    Bring the racquet back to Sport Chek and complain about the crack in the racquet. See if they can compensate you for the damage done to your racquet for the poor string job. If they say they can't do anything and are not responsible, ask to talk to a manager. Make sure you make a show and get some attention from other customers that you are not satisfied that they broke your racquet while stringing it.

    Hope everything works out and you get compensated for it.

    Regards,

    Don
     
  3. hydrocyanic

    hydrocyanic Regular Member

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    97vf had long been discontinued
     
  4. TurboRegal

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    LOL, I know just who I'm gonna get to yell at a manager for me, cause I suck at it... Anyways, the crack is on the side of the racket, going across the whole thing, through a string hole, would this be the type of damage done from a poor string job? I know this racket may have bumped the ground a few times, but I never played doubles with it, and I know the last time I used it before I snapped the string it seemed fine...
     
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    This is unrelated, but I'm moving to Saskatoon soon so I wanted to ask you if it's a nice place? :D
     
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    LOL XD:p (damn 20 chars). Maybe you should take a pic to help bc viewers determine if it was a stringing error? I'd inform sportchek asap XD
     
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    erm this threads from 1 years ago...
     
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    O my bad XD (20 chars darn) XD
     

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