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03-23-2009, 04:23 PM
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Easton Warranty/Replacement Question

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I bought a Easton SC2 stick (see pic) in late January and I noticed a split in the middle of the blade. I knew the 30 day warranty had expired but I decided I would call Easton and see what they would say anyway. Lucky me, the person on the phone said Easton would take it back even though the warranty had expired. I am quite happy with their service. I was wondering from you guys past experiences, will I receive the same model, pattern, flex as the one I sent in. The person on the phone took this information from me so I suppose I will receive the same one back. Althought I wouldn't be to upset if they sent me a S17.


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They should send you the exact same thing you send them. And you don't want an S17. I broke two of them (or rather the blades split within a month) this past winter. They suck for $200+. In fact, my Easton Synergy Elite is about to break as well, and I've had that maybe 2 months. So I'm back to buying 2 piece stick. F the one piece composites, I say...

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They should send you the exact same thing you send them. And you don't want an S17. I broke two of them (or rather the blades split within a month) this past winter. They suck for $200+. In fact, my Easton Synergy Elite is about to break as well, and I've had that maybe 2 months. So I'm back to buying 2 piece stick. F the one piece composites, I say...


That's what I'm doing, went from using OPSs to z-bubbles.

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Although I don't believe they are still in production, I have an Easton Stealth 999 and it is a great stick. Much cheaper than the S17 and almost any Warrior. If you can pick one up I recommened it. Checks with your locals stores to see if they have any still on the shelves.

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the 999 is an SMU for Source for Sports. It is the same as the s11 which is available at the other sports stores.

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