I made a purchase on GiChecker.com. How do I track my package(s)?
All orders require providing an e-mail address. You may use the tracking information that was e-mailed at the time of purchase to monitor the status of your package(s).
I made a purchase on GiChecker.com. When will my package(s) be shipped?
Orders before 5:00PM PST are shipped the following business day.
What’s your return policy?
We offer a 21-day money back guarantee. Our return policy lasts 21 days. If 21 days have gone by since your date of purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund. For more details, please refer to the Refund & Shipping Policy.
Where can I find customer reviews?
Customer reviews may be found on our Amazon product page by clicking the following link or copying and pasting on a web browser - https://amzn.to/34OQh6L
Does the Jiu-Jitsu Gi Checker Tool come in different colors?
Currently, blue is the only color the the Gi Checker Tool comes in.
How Do I Take Care and Clean the Gi Checker Tool?
Using disinfecting wipes to clean the Gi Checker Tool will suffice. The Gi Checker Tool is made of high-impact strength, high-gloss, natural lustran ABS plastic which is the same material legos are made of. We recommend that you do not expose the Gi Checker Tool to long periods of heat or under the sun (for example, leaving it in your car during a sunny day) as that may possibly damage the Gi Checker Tool.
Which Jiu-Jitsu Tournament Organizations Use the Gi Checker Tool to Inspect Uniforms?
If you are purchasing the Gi Checker Tool for an upcoming tournament, it is imperative for you to ensure that the Gi Checker Tool's measurements adhere to that tournament's uniform guidelines. It is our goal for all Jiu-Jitsu tournaments to have a universal uniform guideline like they do in Judo. Some of the tournament organizations that currently use the Gi Checker Tool for their uniform inspections are:
And notably, the Gi Checker Tool was used to inspect athlete uniforms at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) which is a biennial multi-sport event involving 11 Southeast Asian countries under the supervision of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).