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  • 2012 Radar Theory - Whats it worth?

    Found a guy on CL selling a 2012 Radar Theory 67" with RTP for $275... Is this a good deal? I haven't been able to find any recent for postings on this ski to get a good idea of it's value but it sounds like it's the kind of ski I'm looking for to up my game without draining my savings.

  • #2
    Try looking on Ski-it-again. What bindings are on the ski and what is the condition of it?

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    • #3
      Condition is like new. Skied maybe 5 times and not a nick or scratch on it. I believe they are 2012 vector bindings with RTP.

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      • #4
        And I looked on Ski-it-again, newer models are selling for around $400 it looks like.

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        • #5
          You can get the Katana (Theory replacement) with front Vector and rear toe piece for $430 at wakehouse.com. In my opinion, a 5-year-old ski in nearly perfect condition should be priced at half of current retail price or lower. I would not go any higher than $200 for this ski. But I'm cheap.

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          • #6
            Yeah, I'm pretty cheap myself, that's why I'm looking at a used ski. Is there really a significant difference between the two skis that would make the Katana that much better for the price?

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            • #7
              Pending the bindings that's not a bad deal. As others have said check ski it again.

              Generally newer is better as they change shapes and/or fiberglass layup options as they learn from the high end skis. At this price it's probably at a point where if you buy it and don't like you couldly probably sell for and not lose much if anything.

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              • #8
                That makes sense, there's just not a huge market for skis in my neck of the woods. This one is a couple hundred miles away even, but the wife is heading through so I thought it could work. And anything is a step up from what I've been skiing on the last few years.

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                • #9
                  Ski it again has lots of options so don't feel compelled to buy just due to proximity. Shipping a ski isn't that costly - $30-40.

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