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FS: New genuine Yonex Voltric 7 racket (London/UK)

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by songuk2001, Nov 21, 2011.

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    songuk2001 New Member

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    I bought it from directsports in error.I can show you receipt from directsports. It's completely new, never been used.

    has been strung Yonex nanogy98 at tension 25.


    4U G4


    It's a head heavy racket, a simplified version of Voltric 80.

    Ask for £60GBP


    Cash on carry only.


    Can meet at near bank station in London.
     

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    quik_silver Regular Member

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    why not just return it =\
     
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    The string & tension was customised and I need to pay for delivery. so it's better off just sell it with reduced price.
     
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    How much did it cost you?
     
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    the retail price is 80
     
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    the retail price is 80
     
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    It's £67.99 on DirectSports right now.
     
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    Your are right Andy about the price, central sports have it marked up for £67.99 with a free grip upgrade free string and autograph option as well
     
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    It's the same on DirectSports with the free stringing, but if you bought another racquet at the time you could have got this on a mega deal for £44 and you'd now be making profit.
     
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    The mage deal only available when you buy one of a few very expensive rackets. so what "profit" you can make if you have to spend more money on another expensive racket.
     
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    I can see you have very limited financial knowledge by saying making profit on this racket. You have to buy an expensive racket to get the mega deal discount. For example, you buy a popular vt80 for £161 and this VT7 from direct sports and get £24 discount (or you call it profit). This discount (mainly from cost saving from the retailer) is about 10% off on these rackets overall. So the real cost of them will be about £145 for VT80 and £61 for VT7. So tell me how can you make a profit on this racket. You will even make a loss if you cannot sell the VT80 above £145, which is very likely.

    £60 for a complete new VT7 is reasonably cheaper than people can buy from shop. Someone may want to save 10% on the same new racket he can get from a shop. I don't know why that bother you.
     
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