Getting Free Sticks or Using Warranty to Get Replacement Sticks
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08-22-2007, 08:38 PM
Join Date: Jan 2007
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How can you say the number of sticks has nothing to do with the cost? If Easton sells 100 sticks, and 40% are returned they need to make 140 sticks. If 5% are returned, they make 105. Those are extra sticks that could have been sold, but are instead used as warranty replacements. They aren't free, they cost money. Your friends company may reproduce broken sticks, but I have never heard of a major company doing so.
What your saying makes sense, but then how come Easton is so easy going with replacing sticks that weren't broken due to a manufacture defect.
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