We know you may be skeptical about our innovative tennis racket. It’s probably completely different than anything you’ve ever seen. That’s why we want to let you try the racket BEFORE you buy it! We are so confident that you will love our Curvstar EPIC racket that we are willing to let you play with it for 14 days before you buy. *Program only available to US residents.
Provide us your information below and we will send you a test racket for just the cost of the shipping. This test racket will be a lightly used racket that you will be able to test and play with all you want within 14 days. We encourage you to show your friends and family, and decide if you’re ready to embrace change. If after the 14 days you are hooked (and we think you will be), all you have to do is send back the test racket and we’ll email you a special discount code that you can put towards buying your very own new Curvstar racket.
If after 14 days you decide you’re not ready yet, then no problem! You can just send the racket back.
In order to have a racket sent to you, we ask that you put a credit card on file with us. This allows us to safely send out test rackets, and we of course promise to never charge your card without your permission. If you don’t send the racket back within 14 days then we assume you loved the racket so much that you couldn’t live without it. From there we will go ahead and charge you for the full price of racket ($175.00) and you are free to keep it! If for some reason you keep the racket past 14 days on accident, you can extend the free trial by an additional three days by emailing us HERE.
While our rackets are very durable, we totally understand that accidents happen. If you happen to break the strings or do any sort of normal playing damage to the racket then we take full responsibility, and you can send the racket back without worrying about paying for it. If however you do damage to the frame or do any damage that is outside the regular wear and tear of playing, then we will have to charge you for either the extent of the damage or the entire racket. *Curvstar reserves the right to determine what constitutes “Regular wear and tear”.