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.
     
  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!
     
  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.
     
  4. mellofelow

    mellofelow Semi-Pro

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

    iplaybetter Hall of Fame

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    very easy, i had mine sold before my prince came,and shipped it the same day
     
  6. IceNineTX

    IceNineTX Semi-Pro

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    And I'm very thankful for that. :)

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

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    If you had one one right now, you could probably get close to MSRP.
     
  8. shubydoobydo

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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.
     
  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?
     
  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.
     
  12. iplaybetter

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    and so the deal went down
     

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