Is this real?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Jster, May 14, 2011.

  1. Jster

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  2. flashfire276

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    Nope! Another fake website! Don't order.
    99% of fake dealers have this kind of "Contact Us" page. It only has a weird form, and has no telephone number, email, or address.
    http://www.wilson-tennis-racket.com/Contact-Us.html

    And the site layout is always a way to spot them. Like how they have a bunch of credit card brand pictures on the bottom. That's usually a big giveaway.
     
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  3. mctennis

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    Yep, big ol fake store. Buy from TW. You'll get real genuine tennis stuff.
     
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  4. Jster

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    I looking for K factors, if not i am >happy to order from tw. haha. legendary K 61 tour 90. not really happy with BLX 90 though
     
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    Why not buy one on the TT Classifieds? People are posting that baby up for like $50-60 range right now!
     
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  6. Jster

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    cant find for past two weeks. Grip 4-3/8 is rather rare.
     
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    Yea, because 3/8 is the most popular grip size. =/
    But don't count on the online retailers. My suggestion is go to a small tennis shop, because they still might have some lying around. Heck, even big chain stores still have the K90 around. I went to Sport Chalet, and they were having sales on the K90 because they needed to get rid of it. And no one shops for tennis stuff there, so the whole stock is available to you!
     
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  8. mctennis

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    3/8 grips seem to be the only thing I can find when I'm looking for a racquet. I use a 5/8" grip, now those are rare to find IMO.
     
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  9. Jster

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    erm.. I am asian. that's the saddest part. I think the asian version of wilson sticks are slightly too light. maybe its just me. I talked to a seasonal dealer in my country. he claimes that only wilson provides the lighter(asian) version in my country which means Head, babolat yonex and dunlop did not produce any asian versions. sigh...
     
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