Wanted Asian Ncode NSix-One 95 310grams 4 3/8

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by banjanxed, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. banjanxed

    banjanxed New User

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    Want to buy 2 new or very nice Asian Ncode Six-One 95 310Gram 4 3/8 racquets. Any out there? Any ideas how to get them? Thanks.

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  2. Silky Sampras

    Silky Sampras Rookie

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    I do have an Asian PS Tour 90 for sale, and it has very similar specs to what you're looking for: weighs 315 gms unstrung and has a 4 3/8 grip size. It's also brand new.
     
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  3. roddick_rulz

    roddick_rulz Semi-Pro

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    why would u sell a brand new racquet?
     
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  4. Silky Sampras

    Silky Sampras Rookie

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    I play with much heavier rackets, so I don't think it would suit my game as well.
     
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  5. banjanxed

    banjanxed New User

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    Hey Silky,

    Thanks for the offer, but I want the NSix-One 95. Do you have the ability to buy asian racquets? Is there some resource you can share with me so I can purchase these? Thanks again,

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  6. Silky Sampras

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    No, I don't. I friend of mine was in HK and he brought back a couple of pro staffs for me, one US and one lighter. TW doesn't want the competition from other markets, so you might have to try to find one from some other sources...you might have to surf a while on the web...

    Sorry, but that's the best I can do.
     
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  7. banjanxed

    banjanxed New User

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    Thanks Silky,

    I have found a shopping service in Japan. Although it looks legit, the overall cost with exchange rate, fee and shipping is rather high, too high for me for now. Maybe I'll just get one farme and wait on the second. They have an auction service as well that looks more cost effective, but opens the door for the usual auction risks. Still weighing option / benefits.

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