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ARE THE CÚLTEC HURLEYS APPROVED FOR USE BY THE GAA?

Yes the Cúltec hurley is approved by the GAA. Testing was independently carried out by AIT (Athlone Institute of Technology) in the Midlands Innovation and Research Centre. The findings were presented to the Hurling Development Committee in Croke Park and subsequently approved. The Cúltec hurley is currently used in Senior Inter County games right down to "Go Games"

DOES THE PAINT CHIP OR CAN THE CÚLTEC HURLEY WEAR DOWN?

The paint can chip and the Cúltec hurley can wear from playing on harsh surfaces such as concrete, tarmac and gravel. Normal wear and tear can be expected through use. Continued use on hard surfaces can lead to a hole developing.

IS THE CÚLTEC HURLEY UNBREAKABLE?

For safety reasons the Cúltec Hurley is not unbreakable. This was one of the main criteria outlined by the GAA. To comply with the directive the Cúltec hurley is designed to break under excessive force in order to protect opponents from risk of serious injury as much as possible. The hurley can break after any length of time once it is subjected to excessive force.

IS THERE A GUARANTEE WITH THE CÚLTEC HURLEY?

Due to the nature of the game of hurling we cannot guarantee the product for any length of time. The Cúltec hurley is consistent and will not break as easily as an average ash hurley. If subjected to excessive force they must break. We can however guarantee that the next Cúltec you purchase will replicate the same high standards of touch, feel, strike and balance that you have become accustomed to.

SHIPPING & TRACKING ORDERS

Republic of Ireland orders are delivered next day (once ordered before 3pm) via registered Post and require a signature as proof of delivery. Please ensure your order is in stock as out of stock items can not be processed straight away.. Northern Ireland orders are delivered via Express Parcels(028 3832 2100). For all other Countries we use a registered delivery service. All orders can be tracked online at http://track.anpost.ie/track/trackone.html by using the tracking code emailed to you after the product leaves our facility. For more infromation on delivery times and rates click here http://cultec.ie/delivery-info

WHAT ABOUT DIFFERENT COLOURS?

Cúltec hurleys now come in a new tribal design in 3 different colours. They are available in pink blue and green. However stock supplies are limited and it is first come first served basis.

WHAT HAPPENS IF THE CÚLTEC HURLEY BREAKS?

If excessive force is appllied then the Cúltec hurley will break. This is in accordance with the directive received from the GAA. The bás will not "fly off" unlike its ash counterpart!, one side of the handle may fracture but the Cúltec normally remains in the one piece

WHAT IS THE LIKELIHOOD OF BREAKING THE CÚLTEC HURLEY?

The Cúltec is stronger than the average Ash hurley but if subjected to the excessive forces then it too will break. The Cúltec is designed with safety in mind.

WHEN WILL MY ORDER ARRIVE?

All orders received before 3pm will be despatched that same day (Monday to Friday). If received after 3pm your order will be shipped the next business day. Republic of Ireland orders should arrive the next business day via the national postal service (registered) It is usually 2 days for Northern Ireland orders to arrive. Europe can take up to 5 days while Australia, New Zealand and the USA can sometimes take around 2 weeks.

WHERE DO YOU SHIP TO?

We ship to the following Countries: Ireland, Northern Ireland, Great Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Singapore, South America, China and Europe. If you are not in any of these Countries please contact us and we'll see if we can arrange it for you.

WHO IS USING CÚLTEC ?

There are a number of club hurler's all around the Country using them. So far the most well-known are Diarmuid Horan (Offaly), Pat Kenny (Wexford – scored 3-3 using a Cúltec on his League Debut for Wexford). Kevin Flynn and Ryan O'Dwyer both from Dublin. Ryan was nominated for an All-Star after a brilliant year with Dublin where he played with a Cúltec and nothing else. 2011 was also a big year as it was the first time we had an All-Ireland Senior medal winner when David Herity used his Cúltec for Kilkenny during the All-Ireland final. There are currently a large number of inter county goalkeepers using their Cúltec Hurley in championship action. None of these players are on any retainer from Cúltec to use the hurley, they use it because they believe it gives them an advantage. That advantage is consistency of stroke in all weather conditions and consistency if they need a replacement.

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