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How much are unthrown Nybo Teebirds and field tested Brinster Teebirds worth? I could get pics later if that would help.
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Old 03-23-2017, 11:54 AM
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Don't have pictures, but I have a low 170s PFN Champ Aero about 7/10 and a 10/10 150 PFN DX Gator. Curious if either is worth anything.
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Old 03-23-2017, 01:48 PM
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Does it have the patent pending tooling on the bottom?
Yes. smooth untextured bottom with no other tooling.
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How much are unthrown Nybo Teebirds and field tested Brinster Teebirds worth? I could get pics later if that would help.
10x Nybo or 11x Nybo? 10x, maybe 25. 11x are stock items right now.

What series of Brinster? Color? (hint, field tested Brinsters won't fetch all that much)
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Old 03-23-2017, 03:52 PM
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Yes. smooth untextured bottom with no other tooling.
I've seen them go for $35 if enough people are interested.

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10x Nybo or 11x Nybo? 10x, maybe 25. 11x are stock items right now.

What series of Brinster? Color? (hint, field tested Brinsters won't fetch all that much)
The Nybos are 10x. Not sure how to tell on the Brinsters. I looked them up, and I bought them in September of 2013. There's an orange 171g and a green 175g. They look like they've been thrown once, maybe twice
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The Brinsters are nice, but they've come down in price. Field tested, around 20-23, if you're lucky.

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Yeah, the Nybo's are going at about $25 right now, but I'd wait it out on them if possible. I imagine those 10x's are going to go up some in price in a year or two. They're pretty, have a unique stamp, and have a noticeably different flight path than standard star teebirds that some players desire. I'm also saying this as someone who is a big sucker for nybo teebirds.

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Yes. smooth untextured bottom with no other tooling.
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The Brinsters are nice, but they've come down in price. Field tested, around 20-23, if you're lucky.
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Yeah, the Nybo's are going at about $25 right now, but I'd wait it out on them if possible. I imagine those 10x's are going to go up some in price in a year or two. They're pretty, have a unique stamp, and have a noticeably different flight path than standard star teebirds that some players desire. I'm also saying this as someone who is a big sucker for nybo teebirds.
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yeah the ten times are so sweet. i bought my two for an investment. but field tested them because they just felt so damn good-stiff, grippy star.

They are far more os than my champion metal flake tbirds. But I'm no tbird aficionado..
 

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yeah the ten times are so sweet. i bought my two for an investment. but field tested them because they just felt so damn good-stiff, grippy star.

They are far more os than my champion metal flake tbirds. But I'm no tbird aficionado..
I've found the exact opposite. They're less OS than stock Star Teebirds, IMO, with less glide. Very unimpressed.
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