Cable length is specified by the length of cable cut prior to assembly. A short length of the cable will be concealed by the connectors. Patch cables and cables with right angle connectors will meet specified lengths when measured tip to tip, with shafts held parallel. That’s a mouthful, so here’s a crude diagram:
Doc’s Basement Custom Cables are fully warranted against defects in materials and workmanship with a lifetime guarantee. If your product fails due to a manufacturing defect we will repair it without charge. The warranty does not cover damage caused by improper care, negligence, or normal wear and tear. Doc’s Basement recommends ONLY wrapping cables using an over-under technique. Products are eligible for warranty to the original owner, for the lifetime of the product. Buyer assumes responsibility for all return shipping costs.
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All cables are made to order and are built and shipped promptly. Most orders ship within three business days. Orders weighing under 16 ounces ship USPS First Class; orders over 16 ounces ship USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate. Orders will be confirmed upon shipping. Any shipments outside of the US are subject to additional charges. Shipping times may be delayed in the rare event that a custom part is out of stock, or around peak holiday times.
At Doc’s Basement’s digression, standard cable builds may be returned for a full refund (excluding shipping costs) in brand new condition within 14 days of delivery. Buyer assumes responsibility for all return shipping costs. As every cable is custom built to order, highly customized products are not eligible for return. Returns cannot be accepted based on erroneous planning or measurement on the part of the buyer.
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