I am selling my new RBK 9k O stick. I just bought it this past Friday and used it last night for about 30 minutes. It is a right hand, stiff flex with the Bergeron curve P30. I wanted to try out this curve, but like the Datsyuk a bit better so I am looking to sell this one and put the money towards a new O stick with the Datsyuk curve. I bought it for $240 plus tax on Friday and am selling it for $200 plus the cost of shipping which is around $10 - $15 in the US and Canada. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Cause seriously, who wants to get arrested or sued for committing fraud? And FYI, sticks are replaced at the manufacturer's discretion based upon manufacturing defects, not normal use.
After reading Rbk warrenty you are correct. I live in Canada and consumers do not send defective product to the manufacturer, we merly return it to the retailer(the retailer then returns the defect). Perhaps because we are so hockey mental and our retailers deal in such high volume that these returns are never questioned. Provided the stick doesnt look like it has been cut with a hack saw. I assume this is why we have less difficulty getting the warrenty replacement.
I still dont think anyone would buy a used stick for that much, as soon as it touched the ice it lost at least 40% of its value.
And about your fraud comment..If a tree falls in the woods......
i bought a stick at sportchek a few months ago, played 2 games with it and hated it, i managed to get all the tape off it and there were only a few marks which looked like it may have been there when i bought it. they took the stick back and i got a different one.