If you just spent the money to purchase an Easton (eastonbaseball.com) baseball or softball bat, it makes sense to register the bat so it is covered under the company's warranty policy. Once the bat is registered, this policy covers the replacement of your bat if manufacturer defects due to faulty materials or workmanship occur during normal use. Aluminum bats are covered for one year, while alloy and composite bats are covered for 400 days. (Reference 1)
Things You'll Need
- Easton bat
- Valid receipt
- Internet access
Log on to Easton's website and follow the "Warranty Policies" link.
Click on the "Bat Registration" tab and fill out the necessary information, making sure to enter the correct bat model and retailer where the bat was purchased. Also, hang on to your original receipt because you will need it if a warranty claim is submitted. (Resource 1)
Click on the "Submit" button at the bottom of the registration page and Easton will verify your information and register your bat.
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