If Tennis Warehouse carried Pro Supex, would you buy it?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by DudewithBabolat, Oct 15, 2009.

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If Tennis Warehouse carried Pro Supex, would you buy it?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. DudewithBabolat

    DudewithBabolat Rookie

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    I'm going to send this to Pro Supex, to try and convince them to authorize TW to carry Pro Supex strings.

    Leave the name and gauge of the string below please, thank you :)

    Goal: 1,000 votes: YES
     
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  2. ayuname

    ayuname Semi-Pro

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    Heck yes I would buy it.
     
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  3. stanfordtennis alum

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    post this in the TW questions/comments section not here.... no one has any exclusive contracts on anything, the last time some1 asked TW about pro supex, they said they are playtesting the strings
     
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  4. MarrratSafin

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    Of course, because TW offers the cheapest shipping to me and the best customer service too..:)
     
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  5. ihearit1st

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    Not true. I know if several exclusives that TW and their competitors have.
     
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  6. ihearit1st

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  8. Blade0324

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    I would buy Spiral Flex in good quantity. I usually go through about 3 packs a week during my busy playing times.
     
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  9. dantesinferno18

    dantesinferno18 Semi-Pro

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    i would buy blue gear and maxim touch
     
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  10. DudewithBabolat

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    There are exclusive contracts, Tennis Depot has one.
     
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  11. PROTENNIS63

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    Hmmm. ************** and numerous other online stores sell it. Not sure I would classify that as "exclusive".
     
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  12. DudewithBabolat

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    I'm just wondering though, TW is the largest between TE and TD, but why don't they have PS????
     
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  13. Topaz

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    YES!!!!!!!
     
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  14. Il Mostro

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    I couldn't care less. I am already very happy with my Pro Supex supplier. I buy *lots* of Pro Supex and get great customer service plus no California sales tax. With large purchase amounts, tax is significant. Also, I have had more frequent customer service issues with TW and have not been a happy camper in recent months. TW no longer gets all my business because of this.
     
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  15. DudewithBabolat

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    Yes to....?
     
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  16. DudewithBabolat

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    Il Mostro, where do you get your pro supex?
     
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  17. domhas1

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    blue gear is my favorite string to use on my mains...
     
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  18. DudewithBabolat

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    domhas, any insight on crosses?
     
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  19. domhas1

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    Not yet, I'm hitting tonight with the APDC that has the BG main and PSGD 17 crosses at 56/58 lbs...I just ordered some Hyperion to try as a cross, I'm hoping it will be similar to my racquet that has BG mains and Big Ace Red crosses, but with more power...
     
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  20. DudewithBabolat

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    Tell me how that goes, i was gonna buy some Hyperion as well.
     
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  21. goosala

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    Heck yes, I really like the Pro Supex Titan 17 syn gut. It feels similar to Forten Sweet 17.
     
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  22. li0scc0

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    Only if it is cheaper. Has to be equal and cheaper. Problem I have with Pro Supex is this....with all the great deals TW has on other great strings,...what is the point?
     
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  23. schenkelini

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    Because for the price the Pro Supex strings are unbeatable.
     
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  24. coolblue123

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    yes to me too. The only reason why I haven't been more of a patron to TW is due to their heavy S&H fees. I can go to crap-bay and get 6 sets of 's for $3 each + $1 shipping = $19 total. As a person that strings for friends, it gets pretty expensive after awhile as I don't want to keep so much strings in the house.

    No offense, but I have to lookout for my wallet first. I'll go to TW to purchase more expensive stuff as i trust them with quality and genuine products. But for accessories, I will go somewhere else with cheaper shipping.
     
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  25. Tofuspeedstar

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    Nope, I can get them here locally @ te. But stuff TE doesn't have I get from TW.
     
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  26. DudewithBabolat

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    what strings are $3?!?!?
     
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  27. coolblue123

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    ^^^ Spiral Flex 16 gauge. I like them better than PSG w/ duraflex. The strings don't move and are pretty durable.
     
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  28. SoCal10s

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    ditto on this ^^^ I'm already getting Pro Supex at a real good price and no Calif. sales tax... this year I've already bought over 15 reels of Pro Supex strings...
     
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  29. Toad

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    I have only tried Blue Gear, and although it wasn't for me, it was a good string and I would like to try Big Ace for myself and Poly Power Soft for my customers that are string breakers with arm problems...haven't though because TW doesn't carry them and I order nearly all my stuff from them.

    So yes.
     
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  30. FriscoTennis

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    BIG ACE full bed or hybrid with PSG Original... Love Big Ace
     
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