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ENVE Composites Boosts Warranty to Five Years

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ENVE Composites has just increased their standard warranty period to five years from the date of purchase, up from the original two.

“We have reviewed the data and we are so confident in the product that we are manufacturing that we have decided to revise our existing warranty policy and upgrade it to a five-year warranty as opposed to the industry standard of two-years,” said Jake Pantone, their marketing manager. “This new warranty policy will complement our existing Lifetime Crash Replacement policy as well as reinforce to the consumer that we believe in our product.”

The warranty only covers their parts, not ancillary items like spokes, hubs, etc., that may be attached to them, but it’s a solid show of confidence. For frame builders using their tubes and other parts, the warranty remains at two years.

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Mindless
Mindless
11 years ago

So, they tested their products on their customers and decided it is durable enough?

Mkey…

MMyers
MMyers
11 years ago

Should they have done five years of lab and real world testing prior to releasing product?

The internet is odd. A company steps up and says that after many thousands of hours of real world experience we are going to offer a much better warranty. Then people complain ^^^

GSmith
GSmith
11 years ago

I like the Osprey magnets on their hydration packs but a third possibility was talked about on

http://forums.mtbr.com/general-discussion/magnetic-clips-hydration-tubes-741731.html

Source Outdoors Magnetic Clip
by Source Outdoors

Even though the Amazon link shows the product is presently unavailable, it still might be somewhere else. With the magnets there is no un-clipping to take the hydration bladder out of the pack. I have purchased extra Osprey strap magnets for use of their hydration bladders in non-Osprey packs.

But any device that retains the hose is an improvement and the stretch cable also has it’s advantages too.

GSmith
GSmith
11 years ago

Sorry for the above post. It should have been posted under the “LepelEau” review right above this review.

JESUS CHRISTO
JESUS CHRISTO
11 years ago

YOU ARE FANTASTIC, ENVE

xcgeek.com
11 years ago

they are confident in their product, and it is a good swing to keep people buying their stuff. they are on a roll, they gotta keep it going! …or they simply saw that their World Cup DH riders couldn’t even break their stuff

UCIsidekick
UCIsidekick
11 years ago

i guess their wheels are bomb proof.but what i heard that their seat post an stem are complete garbage. and warranty on components takes forever to get replacmnts.

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