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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 29th, 2014, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Think I made a racquet mistake!

So I went with my father to buy an early birthday present from the local sports equipment store last night. Up until now I've been using a Prince stick with a pretty large head size (103 sq in) so wanted to find something similar.

The guy showed me a $200 Head racquet with a large head size like I'm accustomed to, so my Dad basically pressured me just to take it on the spot without any research because he was buying and won't get a chance to go back before my birthday. I reluctantly obliged thinking that the price seemed mid-range and the head size was good for me. We got to the front desk and it was on sale for $99, so we thought it was a steal.

When I got home I did some research and can barely find it anywhere, let alone on the Head website, but where I did see it, the price was nowhere near $200. Now I'm thinking it's a cheap recreational racquet and regretting the purchase. I wish I'd just gone with something safe like a Babolat Pure Drive.

Does anyone know anything about it? It's called the Head Nano Ti. Sonic . Is there any chance it's a re-badged model with a different name in the American market?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 29th, 2014, 07:25 PM
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Re: Think I made a racquet mistake!

Can't your return it? Where I bought my Pure Drive I had like 5 days to do so.

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