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Old 8th May 2007, 10:59 PM   #5
o2bnme
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Default RE: On the water with the Gemini

Yes it is Trident, but I doubt that it was damaged on their end... why would they send it?! That's just ridiculous. I figure it happened somewhere along the way. Seattle to North Carolina is a long way for something to travel by truck.

As for getting it repaired, the shipping would cost more than the repair! I didn't want that hassle... and then you would have to ship it back to me and we run the risk of more damage.

This is my wife's first experience with a new windsurfing board. She's convinced that the Gemini is fragile now and is worried about how we store it and even use it.

I'm fine with the distributor and retailer and how they handled the situation. I now have to figure out how to convince my wife that the Gemini is durable enough to be used. Silly since I see it as at least three times more durable than my iSonic. Comparing the Gemini to my AHD's, it makes the AHD's look like egg shells.
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