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Discussion: REEBOK vs. MIKEN

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July 6, 2012
big cat7
Men's 50
122 posts
This year i have broken one reebok senior bat and two miken maxload ultra 2s, i sent the reebok back to their office and got a new replacement within two weeks no questions asked. I had maybe thirty hits on the bat.I sent the miken back with also thirty swings on it and they sent it back to me saying it was a no warranty bat. I guess thats why so many people are switching to reebok.Im done with mikens it will be reeboks and maybe the new demarini the one.And i do understand miken did not have to replace the bat as it is a no warranty bat but so was the reebok. So big thanks to reebok for taking care of customers first
July 6, 2012
Men's 65
1000 posts
Big Cat: Glad that worked out for you. Hope you get a lot of hits off your new one. If I can ever be of assistance in the future, please call on me. Have a great week/month/year.
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