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    Default Apacs warranty

    I have a friend who broke his Nano 9000 last night due to mishit at the frame (9 o'clock). He strung it with BG66 @ 26lbs. His sword is 3 months old with no clashes before and very well taken care of.

    I wanna ask if there's any warranty from Apacs for such cases?

    Thx for responses

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    Why ask us? why not ask them?

    When you say "sword" I'm assuming you mean the racket?

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    I would say Apacs racket is nice and cheap, but they need to improve the quality control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druss View Post
    Why ask us? why not ask them?

    When you say "sword" I'm assuming you mean the racket?
    Can't seem to load their website hmm

    Yea..i mean racquet
    Quote Originally Posted by PapA_xlonG View Post
    I would say Apacs racket is nice and cheap, but they need to improve the quality control.
    100% agree on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapA_xlonG View Post
    I would say Apacs racket is nice and cheap, but they need to improve the quality control.
    but isn't this one of the reaaons why they're inexpensive in the first place?

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    Finally able to load Apacs Malaysia's website.
    Filled in the enquiry BUT not able to send the enquiry due to mail transportation failure.
    I'm speechless.

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    haha ziggy, you're in msia, yes? go to ebay, look for the user racquet_sports, and talk to him about it and see what he might be able to do.

    oh look, here he is:
    http://myworld.ebay.com/racquet_sports/

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    haha ziggy, you're in msia, yes? go to ebay, look for the user racquet_sports, and talk to him about it and see what he might be able to do.

    oh look, here he is:
    http://myworld.ebay.com/racquet_sports/
    heard a lot of him
    i will contact him

    thx for your info =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    but isn't this one of the reaaons why they're inexpensive in the first place?
    LOL~ True also. Sounds like i demand too much from Apacs.

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    Naaaah.... Panda Power is inexpensive IMO, but they (he) have amazing QC and etc. If one man can do it, a whole company should be able to do it too. No excuse for giving me 2 APACS Nano 900 Power thats 6-7g out of spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Naaaah.... Panda Power is inexpensive IMO, but they (he) have amazing QC and etc. If one man can do it, a whole company should be able to do it too. No excuse for giving me 2 APACS Nano 900 Power thats 6-7g out of spec.
    and yet they are awarded the title Superbrand in Malaysia
    apacs rackets in Msia have a Superbrand stamp at the cone
    do those rackets ourside Msia have it?

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    Yea they have the superbrand logo. However, can you name me 5 racquet brands based in Msia? I can't. Which is why I think they got it. XP

    Panda Power is a US brand. And smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Yea they have the superbrand logo. However, can you name me 5 racquet brands based in Msia? I can't. Which is why I think they got it. XP

    Panda Power is a US brand. And smaller.
    makes sense. apacs started in Msia?
    but they're able to make quite a name in the international arena..not bad at all
    since it's based in Msia, i wonder if the quality of the rackets in oversea are better than the ones in Msia because this is the case for Proton (Msia brand) cars
    Last edited by ziggy87; 02-10-2010 at 12:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    i thought only Apacs is Msia brand..are there others?
    Haha thats my point. If Apacs is the ONLY Msia brand of racquets, then the Superbrand award can ONLY go to Apacs because it has no competition.

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    To ensure the consistency of its
    products, Apacs created its 12 testing
    method technology on every finished
    racket to ensure high quality assurance.

    something that i found on the superbrand website LOL
    "well" said

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    I got that booklet attached to my racket too XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    I got that booklet attached to my racket too XD
    haha i have no booklet when i got mine haha
    maybe the reseller removed it

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