Is Prince Recoil worth $5?

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  1. TennisNinja

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    My club is clearing out ona few packs and there's like 4 left. So is it good enough to use as cheap string for random people I string for or should I just pass.
     
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    Just as a business decision, I'd buy all they had at $5.
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageACPRINCE-PREC16.html
     
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  4. Lefty78

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    Heck yes, I would buy, and no, I do not have a cool sign like tennesea^
     
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  5. davidahenry

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    To use for myself? No. I can't stand Recoil and wouldn't give $0.05 for it.

    To use in my stringing business as a way to buy string inventory at a low cost and offer it at a low price to customers who want to try it? Yes.

    To re-sell it on the Bay? Yes.

    Take care.

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  6. tennisfreak15347

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    since when did Recoil change to $16? i thought it was $24 a while ago
     
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    It was, I don't think people were buying it though. It's not worth paying that much for a synthetic.

    As for the OP, I'd buy it and resell it.
     
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  8. Cup8489

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    16 is definitely worth trying it, lol. 24 bucks? forget it.

    buy all that are left, OP.
     
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  9. jim e

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    Although I do not use it, I would buy all they had at that price, just to pass on the savings on to customers.
     
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