question about new racquet introduction to stock

max

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#1
TW;
there is a frame that I'd like to test in the spring. It has a reduced price and the likelihood of "upgrade" exists for it.

I would like to demo this current frame in the spring and wonder if it will still be in stock by that time. Do you have any standard procedure for dropping/introducing frames?
 

TW Staff

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#2
max,

There is no standard procedure as it really depends on many factors including if we are able to order more from the manufacturer, the popularity of the racquet, how many we have in stock currently, if there will be a price drop, etc. What racquet are you interested in? I can't guarantee but I could give you an idea of its availability.

Thanks,
Brittany, TW
 

max

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#3
max,

There is no standard procedure as it really depends on many factors including if we are able to order more from the manufacturer, the popularity of the racquet, how many we have in stock currently, if there will be a price drop, etc. What racquet are you interested in? I can't guarantee but I could give you an idea of its availability.

Thanks,
Brittany, TW
I'm distraught over the Prince Textreme 100P. The addition of Twaron would make it stiffer and less playable for me. It's winter where I am---good cold weather---and doing a lot of demoing is not possible until spring. Would be nice to see this frame stick around until May 2019.
 

TW Staff

Administrator
#4
max,

Unfortunately, I do not think we will have any of the current 100P available still in May. We "may" (emphasis on may) have one or two in random grip sizes but it is not likely. The new 100P should be launching in January so we will not be ordering any more of the current version and what we have in stock is it (approximately 2-3 months worth).

Sorry,
Brittany, TW
 
#5
It's winter where I am---good cold weather---and doing a lot of demoing is not possible until spring
if there's basically one racquet you're interested in, I don't think "a lot" of demoing is required; rent an hour indoors and try the thing.
 
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