FAKE? NO original? Fischer Vacuum Pro 90

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  1. NumberOne

    NumberOne New User

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    What do you think?

    Is this Fischer Vacuum Pro 90 original of Michael Stich or is a "fake", "no original"?

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  2. The Meat

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    Might want to post this in the classics section, they might be able to help you out more.
     
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  3. NumberOne

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    Thank you very much.
     
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  4. MikeHitsHard93

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    I'm trying to remember what it looks like...haven't seen one in 2 years
     
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  5. NumberOne

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    What can be year?
    Is original Fischer Vaccum Fischer 90?
     
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  6. daveyboy

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    Looks like the real deal from the pics- Fischer had a habit of changing cosmetics slightly over the years with rackets. Seems to me even the european versions looked different from what we has here in the US, but I might be wrong on that one. The Vac Pro 90 you have I think is the real deal.
     
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  7. MikeHitsHard93

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    Sorry I don't understand what you're asking me. It does seen to look like an original though
     
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  8. PKfan1

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    I have a vacuum pro mid plus (98 ) with the same paint scheme and that is from ca. 1992-1993. So thats my guess
     
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  9. anirut

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    Fischer's market share is way too small to worth making fakes.
     
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  10. NumberOne

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    What is the control and feel of pro mid plus? Is it more control that the vaccum pro 90?
     
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  11. VeryVolkl

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    I agree with Anirut - plus, I would think the expense of copying that style of grommets for a low volume racquet wouldn't be cost-effective for folks trying to scam people.
     
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  12. ollinger

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    Would agree with anirut -- not worth the trouble to fake a small market product.
     
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