Could anyone here mistake a Tour 95 for Tour 90

Discussion in 'For Sale or Trade' started by amoyyao, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. amoyyao

    amoyyao Guest

    Just received my racquets from a bbser here--we agreed that they would be Wilson Prostaff Tour 90 but I received Tour 95, which are readily available from TW. I am so disappointed and have asked the return of my original 95. What I want to know is that is it so easy to get confused with these two racquects, when they weigh so different, play so different, and achieve so different fames?
     
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  2. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    wow...hope you get your racket back...if it's a reputable seller, im sure he will send it back
     
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  3. badmice2

    badmice2 Rookie

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    Prostaff 90 have a thicker neck than the 95. The bottom neck area is also stretched a bit longer than the 95.
     
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  4. Lambro

    Lambro New User

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    No

    90 = 90

    95 = 95
     
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  5. louis netman

    louis netman Hall of Fame

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    Many who read these classifieds may not be contributors to other areas of the message board, and may be uninformed as to the details of various frames. Wilson has so many different models, like 25 different varieties of Pro Staff, 30 different Hammers, etc, etc...it is likey that Joe Average sees no distinction between a Tour 90 and a Tour 95...
     
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  6. Rasta

    Rasta Rookie

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    No way I would accept this. bbser should pay for all shipping costs and return your racquet. Those are two different racquets. Geez.
     
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  7. phamphihung

    phamphihung New User

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm the one that made that mistake, he did called me yesterday and discussed about this problem, and I told him that I'll sent back his whenever I receive them, he will not loose his rackets, I don't understand why did he still have to post questions since we already solve the problem, I did sent him pictures of the rackets and he acepted it, but he states that the pictures that wasn't clear, anyhow, Yao Clark here what I'm going to do, just don't send back my rackets keep them post on **** or TW for sales get the money recover your shipping cost. Wishing you luck on your journal seeking Tour 90.
     
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  8. skraggle

    skraggle Professional

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    I could see this happening if you don't know a lot about racquets, as both have the same gray layup and yellow inside the head. But as another user pointed out, the 95 has a noticably bigger head and is clearly lighter in weight. And the two racquets play quite differently.

    So if he has any credibility, he should return your money and shipping both ways.
     
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