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Discussion in 'Market Place' started by mistahpho, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. mistahpho

    mistahpho Regular Member

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    I bought an armortec 700 from this site, so I can attest that it's 100% legit. The product is very authentic and US coded. I even received my warranty through the website. From my experience, shipping is via UPS ground and it costs $10. Hope this helps.
     
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    from the his ebay shop? or from realsports-online.com?
     
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    either way is the same, but from the company's ebay name you might get a better deal in term of price negotiation
     
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    They sell real US coded racquet. However, the warranty is voided because it is bought from an "Auction Site".
     
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    I actually received a warranty from them for my armortec 700. You just need to keep your original receipt and send back the defect racquet then they send to yonex. After the inspection from Yonex, they will send a new one for you. It takes around 6-7 weeks.
     
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    Yep, they are good if you send it back to them. Don't call Yonex direct and ask for warranty replacements if you buy from auction site... Usually takes about 2-3 weeks for warranty replacement.
     

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