WTB: Yonex Ti-10 1st gen (2U/3U)/Armotec 700 1st gen (3U) - (US)

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  1. Tsumaranai

    Tsumaranai Regular Member

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    Hey, everyone,

    It's been a while, but I am trying to return to the badminton scene, so with that, I'm thinking about getting my first "new" racket (ironic that these are older models, I know) in a while.

    If anyone has first gens for either of these rackets, then I'd definitely be interested in negotiating a deal.

    Please PM me what you have, along with the condition, and what your price is*.

    Thank you. :)

    *Note: You MUST be willing to ship to the US.
     
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    Your inbox is full. How about ti10 3rd gen?
     
  3. Tsumaranai

    Tsumaranai Regular Member

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    Thanks for letting me know. I'll see if I can clean it up a bit.

    I'd prefer a first gen, but I'll send you a message to discuss.
     
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    Which part of USA?
     
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    There is one guy in this forum who is selling the AT 700 first gen racket.... he is also from USA. Maybe you can PM him?
     
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    Iirc that was a 4U US code (no 3U US code available) ...
     
  7. Tsumaranai

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    Western?

    Yes, I believe I saw that listing, and it was a 4U. I personally don't understand why this region receives the lightest variants (i.e. 3U if 2U and 3U available, and 4U if 3U and 4U available).
     
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