Goatfactorymember
3 posts
Location: Sweden/kalmar/Gvle


Posted:
Warranty excludes accident or misuse.

if the poi:s hit eatchother and break then? is that an accident or normal use? confused

DentrassiGOLD Member
ZORT!
3,044 posts
Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
why not do the logical thing and email malcolm...?

but if we are talking about beamers - youll have to hit them against each other pretty damn hard to do anything to them.

cheers.

"Here kitty kitty...." - Schroedinger.


Goatfactorymember
3 posts
Location: Sweden/kalmar/Gvle


Posted:
got my poi-set in the mail yesterday and one of them already got a discoloration on one side, looks just lika a crack (just a few mm from were the two halfes meet..) perhaps its just a bad day at the plastic factory but it makes me worried... it was not a hard hit and there wasn't any batteries in them..

does anyone else have discoloration in the plastic?




BethMiss Whippy
1,262 posts
Location: Cornwall & Oxford


Posted:
A spinner from these boards who shall remain nameless (*cough cough* Bird wink ) smacked himself in the head with a beamer and cracked it quite badly. Must have been a bad day at the factory for that set as well!

They arent as indestructible as people think!

Aim high and you'll know your limits, aim low and you'll never know how high you could have climbed.


BirdGOLD Member
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6,086 posts
Location: Cornwall, United Kingdom


Posted:
At least they were less indestructable than my skull, otherwise it would have been a bad day for me!!

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BirdGOLD Member
now available in "advanced"
6,086 posts
Location: Cornwall, United Kingdom


Posted:
And they still work ok so s'all good!


weavesmiley

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MikeIconGOLD Member
Pooh-Bah
2,109 posts
Location: Philadelphia, PA - USA


Posted:
Discolorations on the beamer plastic is normal. Whenever you clack them together at a decent speed youll make one. They dont really effect them though as they are quite durable. Ive had mine for over a year, Ive hit them together many times, Ive hit myself plenty of times, and they still work and are still holding together quite well. If yours break, you got unlucky.

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We'll blaze a new trail,
and torch the rough patches.

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MalcolmSAPPHIRE Member
HOP admin
1,056 posts
Location: New Zealand


Posted:
Accident is running them over with a car, or hitting them on concrete.
Mine too have cracks, discolourations and occassionally blood wink
If a crack looks like to make the ball come apart contact us for a replacement. But small cracks are normal.
We even fix/repair beamers out of warranty if you're willing to post to us. We ship back to you for free too.

Regards

Malcolm

May your balls always burn


UCOFSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
I love beamers.

They love me.

Its poetry in motion.

biggrin

Buy them. They are a bit heavy, which means they are excellent for stalls at random points. Up and down vertically, left and right horizontal biggrin


marcoenthusiast
328 posts
Location: uk


Posted:

Managed to smack myself around the back of the head with one of those abominations, that was real a bad day for me, moved onto fire from there, at least kevlar is cushioned.

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