What's a fair price for a like-new used racquet?

#1
i'm looking to sell a used Ezone AI 100 but i'm not sure how to price it

50% original price? 40%? less than that?

also, I noticed the Ezone AI is a discontinued line, is it even worth anything at this point?
 
#6
I'd figure somewhere in the $50 to $75 range. You'd probably have more success posting it in the used section here than putting it on fleabay. Start off around $75 and if you don't get any offers in a week then bump the thread and lower the price.

I'm seeing some that are used online for $90, but no bids. It's kind of laughable what some people expect to get out of 2nd hand goods that have new generations constantly coming out (i.e tennis racquets).
 

Irvin

Talk Tennis Guru
#7
Only current model rackets have a premium value or rackets that are highly desirable. How much you can get depends on who you find interested in your racket. Most people want to deal with you when buying a used item. I hate that. Price your racket at what you think it’s worth and stand firm. Or raise the price and allow negotiation. If you don’t sell it donate it to a school.
 

Zoolander

Hall of Fame
#9
I'm seeing some that are used online for $90, but no bids. It's kind of laughable what some people expect to get out of 2nd hand goods that have new generations constantly coming out (i.e tennis racquets).
I do have a chuckle when I see people putting their 10 yr old microgels up for sale and they want 160 for them because "its a 200 buck racquet and I havent used it much".

And I would love to get 15k for my 10 year old corolla but I dont think thats gunna happen.
 
#11
As others have said probably $75 tops. Even current models typically only pull about 60-70% on TW for sale/wanted. If it was a more desirable model then it would command more $. If you had a stock of 2013 Aeropros or BLX blades you could be sitting on a gold mine.
 
#12
I find some racquets that are more popular go for more. Like DR98 for example even though is older now and has been replaced by Ezone 98, it will still give you good money (easily over $100). Whereas same can't be said for AI models which you can get for under $75. Angell racquets hold good value (relatively) from what I have seen in classifieds. But yes, even if it is latest model costing over 220 new, I don't see it going for more than 160 or 170 bucks max even in mint condition. For your AI 100 OP, I think $50-70 is a good range.
 
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