- The joke of the year 2001 was the problem of delaminating material used for manufacturing their kites. Naish replacement policy was very easy and they wouldMessage 1 of 2 , Apr 4, 2002View SourceThe joke of the year 2001 was the problem of delaminating material
used for manufacturing their kites.
Naish replacement policy was very easy and they would give you a
replacement kite quite easily. The problem is that they give you the
same shit again and they actually didn't solve the problem.
I was expecting a real solution from them like replacing it with a X2
or in the worse case making an exchange program where you could get
an X2 by paying US$200 extra and giving your ARX back.
Even for the half of their initial retailed prizes, no one wants to
buy a new arx now and this sucks.
One thing is sure, Naish is probably loosing a lot of customers now...
- As a potential purchaser of a naish ARX kite I read with interest your post. I m asking if it s possible to recognize an ARX subject to delamination at a firstMessage 2 of 2 , Apr 4, 2002View SourceAs a potential purchaser of a naish ARX kite I read with interest
I'm asking if it's possible to recognize an ARX subject to
delamination at a first look.
Is the leading edge material so different in the 2002 products ?
Or maybe the serial number can help to tell 2001 from 2002 ARXs ?
Any help would be appreciated.
On 4 Apr 2002 at 12:34, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 11:45:34 +0200
> From: "Suntrax" <Suntrax@...>
> Subject: Re: Naish replacement kites sucks...
> I believe you are misrepresenting the situation.
> In Capetown where there has been a definite case of delamination
> defective material, we have been replacing ARX's with current ARX's,
> R3's), these are upgraded kites with Polyfuse leading edge and
> casings, the same as most top 2002 products. Not the "same shit" as
> eloquently put it.. The customer has in fact been getting the latest
> technology AND a brand new kite. None of my customers are
> I would say they are even more brand loyal.
> Brian Wilson