Rest in peace ZF2

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  1. ucantseeme

    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    Since you are not a kid, which saved money over a half year or somebody which you love/is dead gave you this racket as a gift, I wouldn't go for a repair. I doubt that a repaired racket can take 30 lbs for a long period like 10 restrings. How much does this repair costs? If somebody has a big problem with broken rackets during clashs, he knows how avoid it.
     
  2. TheSmasherKing

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    still got warranty bro?
     
  3. kaladysanthosh

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    Just 5 USD fee.
     
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    kaladysanthosh Regular Member

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    You can't feel the difference as just 0.65 gm
     
  5. kaladysanthosh

    kaladysanthosh Regular Member

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    Just 5 USD fee and 10 restringing I don't know. But I have done 4-5 already
     
  6. InvincibleAjay

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    KaladySantosh, repaired rackets will feel different as the weight will be on the repaired section, hence causing uneven balance in the top of the head compared to the other intact side. Not worth it in my opinion.

    Once broken, make a pen out the shafts as I do and retrieve grommets if you want and chuck away the broken bits.

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    I already got a replacement ZF2 for a while anyways. And I cannot use warranty since it is SP coded and I live in Canada. And it was cracked because I hit it while dry swinging so it wouldn't qualify for warranty if I had it...
     
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    Bro, I live in Canada... Where there is about absolutely no badminton shops, even more so where I live within Canada. A repair will be way overpriced if available anyways... Not worth it at all. I already bought a replacement racket a while ago anyways
     
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