Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:24 PM
I have used both. One thing to keep in mind- Knetgolf sells refinished balls, whereas LGB does not. When I purchased from Knetgolf on Ebay last year, I was not aware I was purchasing refinished balls. I thought they were just recycled balls. Just in case some do not know the difference, "refinished" balls are stripped, repainted, new logos painted on, then clearcoated (all by knetgolf, not the original manufacturer), so they look new. "Recycled" balls are simply used golf balls that are cleaned.
I know knetgolf believes that refinished balls perform perfectly fine, but I just don't trust the quality control in the repainting, re-clearcoating process.
I just went on the main knetgolf website (not knetgolf's ebay site) and see that they sell both recycled and refinished balls, and are clear as to whether you are buying recycled or refinished. That was not the case when I purchased from knetgolf on ebay last year. As I recall, the ebay ad did not clearly mention that the balls were refinished- you had to click on some extra links in the ad to find out that the balls were actually refinished. That was my only complaint about knetgolf, so they appear to have fixed this issue on their main website (I assume that knetgolf's ebay site is also clear on the distinction, but did not check).
In defense of knetgolf, I did realized soon after I won the ebay auction that the balls were refinished (I was bored and snooping around the knetgolf website after winning the balls on ebay and discovered the additional details). I sent them an email requesting that they cancel the ebay transaction. They did so, no questions asked. So, good customer service.
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