Where can I demo Racquets

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by bleno567, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. bleno567

    bleno567 Rookie

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    I know that TW offers a demo program, but pretty much all of the good racquets already have a month long waiting list. I demo alot of racquets from TW and have never been disappointed with their service. I just need to demo some of those new technifibres and they are NEVER in. Does anyone know any other demo programs offered through the internet, pro shops, etc. Do companie s offer thier own demo programs. Like could i ask technifibre to let me demo some racquets?
     
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  2. vinnier6

    vinnier6 Professional

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    do you not have any tennis pro shops in your area...
     
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  3. bleno567

    bleno567 Rookie

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    none of the pro shops in my area carry technifibre that i know of
     
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  4. Kaptain Karl

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    Please do not come on a forum paid for and supported by TW -- which charges you nothing as a member -- and solicit advice about their competitors. Really bad form....

    - KK
     
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  5. josephhkim

    josephhkim Rookie

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    Indeed,

    the TW forums is not the best place to ask for OTHER places to demo.

    Its just plain courtesy and a board policy.

    Good luck.
     
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  6. chiru

    chiru Professional

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    i dont think hes really hurting TW by demoing elsewhere and buyin the rackets at TW, i mean the program is free here, if anything hes saving them the hassle of sending him a free racket to play with (all he'd loose is shipping right?)
     
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  7. bleno567

    bleno567 Rookie

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    yeah for real. id still buy the racquet through tw. I have been a loyal TW customer for years. I have probably bought as much stuff from them as anyone on this forum. I see no problem at all at asking for another place where i can demo a racquet when tw is not able to provide for me. Demoing is a free program anyway. I am not taking money out of anyones pockets. As for asking about whether the racquet company offers a demo program, I have no idea how in the world you could object to that.
     
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  8. jcstennis

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    what area are you from...?
     
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  9. bleno567

    bleno567 Rookie

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    northern Virginia
     
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  10. nadafinga

    nadafinga New User

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    Have you tried Technifibre's "Dealer locator" on their website? I picked Fairfax as a general N. VA city & found few dealers w/in a 50 mile radius.
     
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