New Floorball Blade Changing Service

Elevate your floorball game by replacing your worn or damaged blade at our retail store. We are proud to offer a wide selection of replacement blades from top brands such as Salming, Unihoc, Zone, Fatpipe, Exel, and Oxdog. For a seamless playing experience, we recommend scheduling an appointment for our expert blade changing service.

Prior appointment is required for floorball blade changing service.

New Floorball Blade Replacement Changing Service

We ensure that every new floorball blade is of the highest quality and free of any manufacturer’s defects. Our experienced staff thoroughly inspects each blade for any known issues, giving you peace of mind.

Use our professional installation service to avoid issues such as:

  • Improper blade alignment.
  • Bad blade insertion.
  • Shaky blade due to enlarged screw holes.
  • Damage screws.
  • Blade shaping and optimization. (aka blade curving)

Floorball blade changing service can be completed within 15 minutes.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Should I change my worn out or damaged floorball blade or should I buy a new floorball stick?

When evaluating the cost-effectiveness of replacing parts on a low-cost stick versus a high-end professional floorball stick, the decision-making process largely hinges on the initial purchase price of the stick and the cost of replacement parts.

For instance, if you’ve invested in a budget-friendly stick, priced around $80, and find yourself needing a new replacement blade—which, along with service fees, could set you back $50—it may be more financially prudent to purchase a new stick altogether. This approach not only provides you with a brand-new shaft and grip but also offers better value, considering the significant portion of the new stick’s cost represented by the replacement blade and service charges.

Conversely, for enthusiasts wielding a high-end professional floorball stick, with prices ranging between $150 to $250, opting for a replacement blade priced at $50 emerges as a more economical choice. The rationale here is straightforward: the replacement blade constitutes a significantly smaller percentage of the total cost of a new high-end stick. Given the substantial investment in a stick that likely features advanced materials, such as a carbon shaft, aiming for longevity and performance through replacements is both a cost-effective and sensible strategy. This approach ensures that players can maintain the quality and integrity of their equipment without incurring the higher expenses associated with purchasing a brand-new, high-end stick.