Tecnifibre bags

pauliewa

Rookie
Looks like Tec has done away with featuring traditional climate protection in any of their bags, perhaps because of Tarpaulin? Can anyone comment on this — does it offer good protection from high heat and humidity?
 
TW claimed the tarpaulin itself is climate protection which is why the bag doesn't need it. I had the same question.

I will say that leaving the bag in the sun, the stuff inside never really got hot unless I mistakenly left it open.
 

dnguyen

Hall of Fame
Hydrogen tennis bag is bad due to qaulity control. Got a refund and they let keepmit but the zipper is broken after a week. Wtf.
 

Pitti

Rookie
you saw this and were like OH LEMME GET ME SOME HYDROGEN LOOKS LEGIT?

IMO Hydrogen is the most hideous brand tennis has ever known. It could still have skulls and have some interesting designs. But the colours they choose, the overall shirt designs, and their fetish with stripes and stars are... :sick:
 

Pitti

Rookie
I dont even like their apparel but liked the bag. Must be bad quality control. The zipper on the side of my bsg is broken.
Is that one with a red lightning and two skulls? It’s better than their clothes, (although I still don’t find it as classical as I like).

What is a complete shame is that a brand which self-promotes as “luxury sports clothing” makes such a bad quality product that easily breaks. You could try writing them. Sometimes there are brands who recognise their mistakes and give you a good product as part of their “we-have-a-great-client-service” marketing publicity. I mean, you probably won’t get anything and they’re not obliged to do such a thing, but you don’t lose anything by writing an email. I’ve seen some successful cases (although not tennis-related).

Edit: Ok. I see you already did it and got a refund. I wasn’t paying enough attention (sigh!).
 

dnguyen

Hall of Fame
Is that one with a red lightning and two skulls? It’s better than their clothes, (although I still don’t find it as classical as I like).

What is a complete shame is that a brand which self-promotes as “luxury sports clothing” makes such a bad quality product that easily breaks. You could try writing them. Sometimes there are brands who recognise their mistakes and give you a good product as part of their “we-have-a-great-client-service” marketing publicity. I mean, you probably won’t get anything and they’re not obliged to do such a thing, but you don’t lose anything by writing an email. I’ve seen some successful cases (although not tennis-related).

Edit: Ok. I see you already did it and got a refund. I wasn’t paying enough attention (sigh!).
I did but don’t think hydrogen will listen, anyway.
 
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