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how much would ti-10 1st gen KR code 3U cost?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ggman8988, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. ggman8988

    ggman8988 Regular Member

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    good condition (2~3 paint chips, no crack)

    it's 3U G5 KR coded

    how much would it cost???
     
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    The same as a US for example? It's not KP so I don't see how it should be different from US, GR, etc. So probably in the $200-250 range again(?) ...
     
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    thanks demo, i saw some other guy selling $250 for like 10 paint chips -_-; and it was SP. thanks
     
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    And was it sold? You can even ask $400 but if not sold then it wasn't worth it :D ...
    2U I believe is "worth" more and the regular, not long version even more since those are more rare.
    I think $250 is a good price to start with for chipped ones but you will have to see for yourself, depends on how big those chips are as well. If very tiny, hardly visible and the racket is in near mint you could ask more ...
     
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    yeah it was sold... hmmm
     

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