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So a ski tech has truly banjaxed your skis . . .

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Dave of the Marmottes wrote:
You said you'd give him £50-80 for his skis. That's not fair. It might be what an insurer would pay but we all know they skew the numbers in their favour on payout policy.
It's not quite what I said. I said £50-£80 to spend on a pair of skis that they sell you at trade price. Someone said that the shops have a 100% mark-up, so if a new pair of Mantras retails for £400 and you then had £80 to put towards the trade price of £200 then that seems semi-reasonable. The £80 was a figure just plucked at random anyway. Call it £120 and the total cost of upgrading to new skis would be just £80.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I would expect any shop worth their salt to offer you a new pair of skis, up to what you paid for the Mantras in 14. Surely they can afford to take a 500 dollar hit now, in return they have a happy customer who won't trash them on the internet/social media Very Happy and will likely continue to spend money there in the future and tell people how great their CS is...
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