Prostaff Apraisal

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by zerojoshua, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. zerojoshua

    zerojoshua Rookie

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    I purchased this Prostaff two years ago off of a friend and had my fun with it. I will be getting rid of it, if it's worth it, in order to trade for tennis supplies I need. Sure it would be nice to hang on the wall and play with it from time to time, but because I have limited funds I think it would be best traded out for something I would use.

    I am not sure if it's an original Staff or if the paint removed devalues it to much to trade it out, after all, it still hits well enough to keep. Has QRA under Wilson W

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    And the bummer part, where it looks like some ones rug rubbed off the paint. No damage to the graphite from what I can see.

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    The rest of the pictures can be seen here. https://picasaweb.google.com/106338545807416836120/ProStaff#


    Thanks for looking and responding, Josh.
     
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  2. Hannah19

    Hannah19 Professional

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    Although the image of the buttcap is very good, I cannot find a single trace of the QRA code you say it has stamped under the W.
    Is this the actual buttcap or just an example?
     
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  3. zerojoshua

    zerojoshua Rookie

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    You can only see the QRA when a light is reflected on it.
     
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  4. coachrick

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    That ultra-custom string job with the illegal tie-off should be worth SOMEthing :) .
     
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  5. Long Face

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    This can actually be an interesting display racquet, showing off the "braided construction" on one side.
     
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