—Warranty and Service Policy 2007
Every new 2007 Talon fishing rod is covered by our lifetime, original owner warranty. This policy applies to the original owner only and is not transferable to another person. Under our policy we will repair or replace (at our option) any Talon rod that becomes damaged due to defective materials and workmanship. The warranty is subject to the original owner completing and returning the warranty card within 25 days of purchase. A copy of the sales receipt must also be returned with the warranty card. You will receive a return card indicating your rod has been registered and a registration number to use with any warranty or service claims. If you do not receive this card – it is not registered.
Sales receipts issued by the factory serve as the registration card
and the invoice number will serve as the registration number.
A copy of the warranty card
to be completed and returned to Talon can be printed from the web
We reserve the right to replace a discontinued model with a current model of our choosing.
Rods (sections) covered by our 2007 WARRANTY and SERVICE POLICY that have become damaged due to accidents; normal wear or misuse will be repaired or replaced at a charge of $45.00 plus return shipping.
You will be advised of this cost before we commence any repair work.
Damaged rods should be returned directly to Talon, our dealers are not authorized to perform service work on behalf of Talon. You must return the entire rod, including broken parts to:
P.O. Box 907, 1552 Down River Drive · Woodland, WA 98674 USA
Phone: 360.225.8247 Fax: 360.225.7737
A copy of your registration card (Talon sent you when you registered your rod) along with a note explaining the problem must be included along with $12.50 for return shipping within the US. If the shipping length of the rod is longer than 8’6” include $20.00 for return shipping. International customers must include additional funds to cover actual return shipping and insurance charges.
This warranty is limited to repair and replacement of the rod only, and does not cover indirect incidental, consequential, or any other type of damage resulting from the use of this rod. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation and exclusion may not apply to you.
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