What does (no cover) for bumper guards mean?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TennisNinja, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. TennisNinja

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    I need a new set of grommets for my K Blade 98 and on H o l a b i r d, it shows it says (no cover) at the end of the product name. Anybody know what this means?
     
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  2. SuperJimmy

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    I am guessing (no cover) means what you think it means...it does not come with a racquet cover. Probably just a poor cut/pasting job from the racquet section.
     
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