Are used revo 4000 easy to resale?

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  1. db26

    db26 New User

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    Are used revo 4000 easy to resale?
    Thank you.
     
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  2. Mansewerz

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    Are you kidding? They're on backorder so a good condition one will be easy to sell within weeks!
     
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  3. ambro

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    Yes, absolutely. Most stringing machines are quite easy to resell, especially if you take care of it and it's in pristine condition. They also hold their value quite well.
     
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  4. mellofelow

    mellofelow Semi-Pro

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    You got one? I'll take it.
     
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  5. iplaybetter

    iplaybetter Hall of Fame

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    behind you, but i have to be somewhere else by the
    very easy, i had mine sold before my prince came,and shipped it the same day
     
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  6. IceNineTX

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    And I'm very thankful for that. :)

    You won't have a problem if you take care of it.
     
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  7. YULitle

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    If you had one one right now, you could probably get close to MSRP.
     
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  9. YULitle

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    ^^^^ see. :D

    I would venture a guess and say that any Revo, offered for sale on TT, that is still able to string racquets, will have offers that lead to transactions in less than 24 hours.
     
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  10. smarion2

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    i'm in line for one. I wont be needing it anymore because a pro here brought in his NEOS.. anybody want my spot?
     
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  11. IceNineTX

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    Yeah, you gotta jump on them when they show up.

    I posted in response to a "rumor" of it being available. Then I followed up with a few nagging emails to make sure I was fresh in his mind. I even had an email exchange with him using my cell phone email while at church (my wife giving me dirty looks the whole time). Even then I wasn't the first one, but he had his money via paypal exactly 13 minutes after he told me I was the next in line. :)

    I wouldn't go as far as to say MSRP, though. Let's don't go nuts. But they hold good value. I think I was at least the 3rd owner and I think we were both happy with the deal.
     
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  12. iplaybetter

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    and so the deal went down
     
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