Anyone know about this "FISCHER" racquet???

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by yuth, May 10, 2009.

  1. yuth

    yuth Rookie

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    Anyone know about this "FISCHER" racquet??? Please let me know.

    The right hand side one............

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    Thanks,

    Yuth
     
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  2. plasma

    plasma Banned

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    it looks like an emaciated version of my favorite racquet, I wonder if it's an earlier version since it doesn't have the kneissl-like taper into the grip??? i'd love to get this constant beam version; as well as the fischer that looks identical to a wood mold but is an all black composite....
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    never got my hands on an equijet, did get a little old school gator lovin though.....
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  3. meowmix

    meowmix Hall of Fame

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    I thought it was something from the Fischer mono line of the early 90's... Could be wrong though...
     
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  4. retrowagen

    retrowagen Hall of Fame

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    Late 70's vintage Fischer there. Not the Superform, (Stan Smith / Frew MacMillan frame of choice) but a version predating it.
     
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  5. classic tennis

    classic tennis Semi-Pro

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    Looks as though you have a 77-79 model Penta.
     
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  6. jimbo333

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    I wish that I had a really big wall to display my racquets, the property prices in the UK are ridiculous still and I only live in a small flat, that's an apartment to most of you:)

    And I'm amazed how quickly some of you trade racquets over there, I suppose it is much easier if in the same country!!!

    That Equijet will, as I said before be "snapping" its way over the Atlantic eventually, don't worry:)
     
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