FS/FT: Arcsaber 100 Ltd; Trinity 2; Carbonex 20SP (UK)

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  1. gsloh

    gsloh Regular Member

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    As mentioned above, got some rackets for sale/trade:

    1) Arcsaber 100 Ltd - 3UG4 UK coded, 1 small chip at grommet location. Strung with Ashaway ZM67 at 26lbs, Karakal PU grip. Will provide new Karakal PU grip to buyer. Looking for £75 shipped in the UK

    2) Panda Power Trinity 2 - 85.5g-ish, 292mm BP. Some paint chips around the frame, but mostly top layer, exposing silver paint underneath. BG80 at 25lbs, new Yonex PU grip fitted. Looking for £50 shipped in the UK.

    3) Carbonex 20 SP - see thread link below for details. Now £35 shipped in the UK.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/93457-Carbonex-20SP-(UK)-and-Orthaheels-Large

    Paypal Ok, but buyer to pay for fees unless declared as a gift.

    Also willing to trade for the following, with top ups either side as necessary:
    ZELM PP10K
    Apacs Lethal 8
    Apacs Lethal 90
    Victor BS 10 or 11
    Ti10 (2nd or 3rd gen)
     
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    Arcsaber 100Ltd Pics

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    Trinity 2 Pics

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    Any pictures of the chips on T2? - Very interested. Whereabouts are you based in UK?
     
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    A bit difficult to photo at night due to lighting, but these were the best I could do. The chips were mainly from stringing, occuring at the side support locations.

    There's a similar scrape/chip on the top of the frame, near the TRINITY wording, which I've covered up in Tamiya modelling paint (I'm a sucker for looks!)

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    I think I have a PP10K somewhere to trade withyou, if I can just find it.............:rolleyes:
     
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    Not sure where to put this, but:

    egele, your PM inbox is full, so can't send you details requested.
     
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    Gsloh

    Have sent pm about trade with T2 for ZELM PP10K

    Cheers
     
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    was the pp10k not suitable?
     
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    I am afraid not, but I have ZELM Ultimate which suits me better plus a couple of Panda rackets.
     
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    T2 and CAb20 now sold.
     
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    Bump for the Arc100 Ltd
     
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