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Kal-El 34 10-02-2012 07:06 AM

FS: 3x Donnay Formula 100
 
I have 3 Donnay Formula 100 that I am looking to get rid of.

1) Formula 100
Grip Size: 4 and 1/4
Condition: 6.5/10
Unstrung
- - Def. been used. The donnay foil lettering is scuffed quite a bit but this happens on a lot of their frames. Couple very small cosmetic chips, but the rackets is structurally solid. Would make a great backup stick for someone!
Price: $80

2) Formula 100
Grip Size: 4 and 3/8
Condition: 8.5/10
Unstrung
- - Used mainly for feeding balls. No chips or knicks anywhere on the frame. There are two small spots on the side where the foil lettering has been scrapes a bit, but this happens. The only used one you will find in better shape is the one I posted below. This is a really nice stick
Price: $100

3) Formula 100
Grip Size: 4 and1/2
Condition: 9/10
Unstrung
- - No chips or graphite showing anywhere on the frame. Very small foil lettering marks on the sides. Very solid playing frame. Will be a great pickup for the right player.
Price: $110

Will sell all 3 frames for: $275 shipped

thanks guys

jtennis33@yahoo.com

JackB1 10-02-2012 02:35 PM

just wondering....

why are all 3 grip sizes different?

Kal-El 34 10-03-2012 03:54 PM

3/8 grips sold....

Jackb1... I was selling a ton of them at my club and always keep a few different grip sizes on hand for reference to customers. The 1/4 received a ton of use And the other two not so much

tedescm1 10-04-2012 12:39 PM

Are they easy on the arm
 
Are they easy on the arm compared to a prue drive?

tx,

Mike

Kal-El 34 10-05-2012 09:41 AM

come on guys.... 1/4 and 1/2 grips still available at great prices here....

RollTrackTake 10-05-2012 05:51 PM

I'll take the 4 1/2. What's your PayPal? Tvad868@gmail.com

Kal-El 34 10-07-2012 02:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tedescm1 (Post 6935745)
Are they easy on the arm compared to a prue drive?

tx,

Mike

they are very smooth playing frames. way easier on the arm that PD, and more feel as well.


1/2 pending sale... 1/4 grip still available

JackB1 10-25-2012 02:37 PM

I will take the 4 1/2

please respond to my email or contact me at
jackbandel@gmail.com


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