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FS: AT900 Technique (SG Only)

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by Eferata, Oct 29, 2008.

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  1. Eferata

    Eferata Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    I would like to sell off a recently bought AT900 Technique. The racket til now is less then three weeks old. Play only 2 to 3 times. Totally no paint chip or scratch. Selling at 215sgd (slight nego available). Newly strung bg66 at tension 25. I will post the serial number later. interested pm me. I am selling the racquet because I still prefer AT900 Power.

    cheers,
    Eferata
     
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    Hi,

    Could you pls post the serial numbers and the specs? 3U? 4U? G4? G5?

    Thank you.
     
  3. Eferata

    Eferata Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    the specs are at follow:
    3u g5
    s no: 7797720 I00784SP

    will post photo tomorrow. but you guys can also check out at yonex website as it has no scratches on it.


    cheers,
    eferata.
     
  4. Eferata

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    Hi everybody,

    Wah no one want to negotiate meh?? want me to drop the price by myself? haha... but price is still negotiable... Any brave kakis wanna negotiate?


    cheers,
    Eferata
     
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    900

    bro, brand new racket 900t only selling at $250, you sell this price who dare to ask, on top i also ever play with this model of racket...ya really not nice to use.
     
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    Aiyo,

    first thing, it is really new and play only 2 to 3 times, also during this 3 times using it for one game only. the difference is that i pay the money first and use it first ma. another also,I purposely put codition willing to nego the price mah. If the price right, I willing to let go. If i put low low, people mentality would definitely have some price cut then it will be really low liao. haha.... how you think?


    cheers,
    eferata
     
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    900t

    true also la....but if this u wan to sell is nanospeed 7k or 9k, i might consider to buy it from you, for amortec 900t, i find the racket a bit too steef to play...u agree?
     
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    Eferata Regular Member

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    jona,

    i am actually quite a newbie. played badminton for around 7-8 months. I do agree with you that at900technique is stiff but i do like stiff rackets. It is the feel of the racket. AT900 power is suitable for me. I sold off 2 of my arc10, 1 arc9 and nano8k. Tried these few rackets and found out that AT900 power still the best with nbg95 tension 25. another recommendation, arc 9 is actually quite good. It is the second best feel after AT900 power.


    cheers,
    eferata
     
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    derekcai Regular Member

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    WOW...that is A LOT of rackets for 8 months of playing. :eek::eek:
     
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    ya, somemore buying all those proffesional players racket,
    A sai ha
     
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    jonachin, click on Quote and type after the [/quote] mark :)
    That will help you avoid having to respond with jumbled posts.
     
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    aiya, me just wanna try mah. and every time i try i also got sell of one. most is lose 20-50 dollars. though 20-50 is quite a lot of money, but i think is it ok as i do not have other hobbies that is far more money consuming.. hehe



    cheers,
    eferata
     
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    ok guys,

    the price that i really wanna sell is 200 sgd. any takers?

    cheers,
    eferata
     
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    If u say until at900 so good u still sell for what?
     
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    marc, Not jumping into Eferata's defense but when did he say it is so good? What I read is that he prefers the AT900P over the AT900T.
     
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    Bro, fully agreed with you!
     
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    You could borrow someone elses to try:eek: Not that i am complaining though:p
     
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    thanks guys for your support and discussion. I willing to let go at 185, anyone that sms me first I will sell it to him. However, meeting up to let you see the racquet does not mean you must buy. you can examine it b4 buying.
    :):cool:

    call me at 93879363

    cheers,
    eferata
     
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    I am tempted to get my 3rd 3UG5 AT900T....as my backup's backup:D.....if the price is right..
     
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    185 for a mint condition at900t is *drool*
     
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