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Just noticed some "damage" on my RRDS from Revolve - Page 2

post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by cheapmutha
id take the patch off completly. is it real leather? maybe sandpaper it till it gets a nice soft feel to it.

I'm gonna try to clean it 1st. Like I said I like the 5ep blank patches so.....

We'll see, not a bad idea though - not at all.
post #17 of 21
Won't you wear a belt over that patch anyway?
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Babar
Won't you wear a belt over that patch anyway?
maybe he just bought it two sizes smaller for a "tight fit" as per some jackass "advice" and won't need a belt just yet. At least not before it falls off to its knees because of "stretching".

!luc
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by JoMak_NYC
yea i went for the 30% i think that was decent of them. i advised them that this seems to be an ongoing prob and they said they'd take care of it. I give the overall revolve experience a B-. would of been lower but i think they own and make up for their mistakes, can't knock them for that.

if anyone's curious about my patch, here it is:



should i just scrub it all off? it looks kinda off to me. :-/

I think this is a case of over-anality. You think 30 was decent of them huh, what would have you considered generous, a free pair of jeans over a slight scuff? They took your word for it, promptly took care of it which I consider excellent customer service, and you rate them a B-?

If I were them I would have sent you another pair and not saved you 55 bux over something ridiculous like that on a patch on a pair of jeans that will be covered by a belt. And you got so pissed over this you created a new thread? Brilliant.
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by JET
I think this is a case of over-anality. You think 30 was decent of them huh, what would have you considered generous, a free pair of jeans over a slight scuff? They took your word for it, promptly took care of it which I consider excellent customer service, and you rate them a B-?

If I were them I would have sent you another pair and not saved you 55 bux over something ridiculous like that on a patch on a pair of jeans that will be covered by a belt. And you got so pissed over this you created a new thread? Brilliant.

Maybe it's anal to an extent but I am like that with anything I JUST buy. eg. I bought a TV from Circuit City and to get it in my car they had to take it out the box. While trying to get it in teh car they scratched the side. Barely would have been noticeable but I made them go back inside and get me a brand new one. That same TV is scuffed to death now. My point? When I get something fresh out the box, regardless of what it is, I like for it to be as near perfect as possible. Yes I will live with patch that way and once I actualy start wearing them won't give two shits about it. Just annoyed me that the jeans I JUST BOUGHT were messed up.

The B- is generous. There was a billing issue as well. That's why I said it would have been lower had they not fixed their mistakes. Besides who gives out A's?
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by Luc-Emmanuel
maybe he just bought it two sizes smaller for a "tight fit" as per some jackass "advice" and won't need a belt just yet. At least not before it falls off to its knees because of "stretching".

!luc

bought them my size actually. the stories about walking around with buttons undone and not being able to sit or climb stairs seem absurd to me. if they end up falling then they just do.
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