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I have been purchasing Coach purses since I was old enough to wear purses.A few years ago, my husband bout me a purse for our wedding gift.

Not one week later the strap broke. I sent it in to get repaired, and they indicated they were unable to repair and would give me a credit. I was appreciative of the credit, but it was for much less than the purse was purchased for and it took away they "wedding gift" factor.

Fast forward to now- I recently brought a purse to a Coach location because the strap was beginning to fray.

Since it was over 1 year, I would have to pay for it to be repaired. I believe they said I would have to pay for shipping and if they were able to repair it I would pay the cost of that as well. I thought Coach used to guarantee their product for a lifetime? Ok, fine, no big deal.

Three weeks later, I bring a larger clutch on vacation, and while I was there the zipper breaks. It was a Christmas gift from my husband, so I asked him to search for the receipt. Perfect! He purchased it less than a year ago.

I bring the purse into the store, and what do you know, they want to charge me for repair. They said it was $75 to repair the zipper. Thats almost as much as the purse?! I asked about the 1 year policy.

Apparantly, my husband purchased it from the factory outlet and they have a different policy.

Needless to say, I will no longer purhcase Coach purses.The last 3 I bought (or were given to me) broke and they require an obnoxious amount to repair.

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Sadly, the knock off my sister bought at a flea market held up better than the last one I purchased. I am off to Kate Spade much better reviews.


Coach never guaranteed their bags for a lifetime.At least not your lifetime, it was lifetime of the bag.

Which would be 3-7 years depending on material.People hear what they want to hear....

to Anonymous Los Angeles, California, United States #1293650

Just answer the question without being a ***


Coach stopped the lifetime guarantee thing a LONG time ago. And really, it's hard not to notice a pattern here; try taking better care of your bags.

to Anonymous #1381631

Wow...nice reply.You must work for Coach, glad I came across this review, I was in the market and considering a Coach bag...think I'll pass.

There are better option...like Cole Haan. I have never worried about my Cole Haan bags fraying or zippers breaking.

After 10 years they still look like the day I bought them.Thanks for the review...

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