Wilson Pro Staff Tour 90

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Ex-Beatle, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. Ex-Beatle

    Ex-Beatle New User

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    Can anyone tell me why it's so difficult to find this racket??? I love this racket but I don't seem to find it anymore... Even back in 2003 it was hard to find :-|
     
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  2. kimbahpnam

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    how about it's been discontinued?
     
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  3. Pushmaster

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    They're not that hard to find, you can still buy them new on the auction site. Plenty of good used ones floating around too. Great racquet, my favorite T90 by far.
     
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  4. HeadPrestige

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    dammit Pushmaster... don't go telling everyone about the auction site source....

    I don't want them to sell out ;)
     
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  5. ag200boy

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    you just have to look around ;)
     
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  6. Pushmaster

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    LOL, and good point. I may need another one myself! I've been talking up this great stick too much, and probably increasing the demand (and price along with it). Probably not the smartest thing to do, but it's too good a racquet to be quite about.
     
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  7. (K)evin

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  8. NoNameZ

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    yea, these things are hard, i should go check out this site
     
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  9. cork_screw

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    I did not like that racquet at all and currently use the ps85. The balance and weight weren't great and the balls typically fly. There's much better racquets out there.
     
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  10. HeadPrestige

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    Congratulations? Would you like a cookie?
     
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  11. kimbahpnam

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    OP is not asking about how it plays
     
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