The bike shop will replace the frame or give me discount (but only 30 euro). So I think it is more preferable to go for a replacement (it cost nothing for me).
And maybe it is not a problem, but it is funny that alu/steel frames have better finish than that - but I also have a Look 996 carbon frame, and that have fantastic finish (top dollar). I also have a BMC carbon frame, and that too have fantastic finish (even better than Look). But maybe it is normally for a Scott 710 frame?
I will hope the shop will send me a new frame or at least give 200 euro discount.
It's incredibly unlikely they'll replace it.
Do you want a nice finish on your lightweight carbon frame that adds another 150-200g, or do you want the lightweight? As noted it's not a defect its just how carbon frames are made.
The bike looks fine to me.
It's probably just easier than arguing.
you are so right. Of course this is at least a cosmetic defect. The frame was on sale (2015 model) for about 900 euro. You can always speculate in, why a shop selling a 2015 model (sale). Maybe it come from scotts 2. sorting models or something else - I do not know. But I think the shop know something about this frame, so they where in defence in this case.
Anyway, I decided to keep the frame for 100 euro discout. I can live with a cosmetic defect (but there is still scotts garantie on the frame)