Mitre Tensile Football £48.81 delivered at Newitts. - HotUKDeals
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No, this isn't like a £11.99 replica from Argos before you just on the cold button!

This is the cheapest place you will be able to buy this Professional Match Ball.. Most of the other sports sites charge the RRP of £74.99.

http://www.mitre.com/news/mitre-releases-worlds-most-advanced-football/

The Mitre Tensile Football is part of Mitre's professional ball range suitable for match play at the highest level.

Features
New 10 Panel concept hand stitched professional ball designed to create excitement on field and on screen.
The exclusive Mitre 10 panel design has been matched with advanced Clarino micro fibre material and balanced cincap lining system.
The aerodynamic surface ensures almost equal grip in all weather conditions giving the player increased control.
The unique panel configuration with reduced seams delivers powerful and accurate straight or curved shot with equal precision.
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#1
lol, if your going to vote cold at least show me where you are finding it cheaper than this :D
#2
suspended#3
I think in Zimbabwe it's cheaper ... At £48.81 it's a hefty price for a football
#4
BowerzZ
I think in Zimbabwe it's cheaper ... At £48.81 it's a hefty price for a football


This post isnt for those that need a ball for a game of fives on a Tuesday night..
For a professional 2010 match ball its a great price..
#5
eyebaws
lol, if your going to vote cold at least show me where you are finding it cheaper than this :D

Not to be picky, but the guides actually say it's not just the price heat goes on, it's whether or not it's a good solid 'deal'. You with neadly 100 deals posted should really know that.

Reduced or not, nearly 50 quid for a ball is NOT a good deal.

Edited By: ciaran4174 on Sep 13, 2010 19:41: .
#6
This is a quality price for a quality Matchball.

Dont agree with Mitre's pricing policy though seems they have automatically followed Nike and Adidas with their pricing strategy with top end balls at £74.99, They used to be rrp about £59.99

We had the Mitre Pro Max as matchballs last season and they are superb, just make sure you keep your eye on them, we had to rescue one from another teams bag, 'oh sorry mate didnt realise' I bet you didnt......... lol
#7
ciaran4174
eyebaws
lol, if your going to vote cold at least show me where you are finding it cheaper than this :D


Not to be picky, but the guides actually say it's not just the price heat goes on, it's whether or not it's a good solid 'deal'.

Reduced or not, nearly 50 quid for a ball is NOT a good deal.


For what it is.. its a good deal.. would you vote cold ferrari cold if it was £50k because you could get a fiesta for £10k?
#8
DJNG22
This is a quality price for a quality Matchball.

Dont agree with Mitre's pricing policy though seems they have automatically followed Nike and Adidas with their pricing strategy with top end balls at £74.99, They used to be rrp about £59.99

We had the Mitre Pro Max as matchballs last season and they are superb, just make sure you keep your eye on them, we had to rescue one from another teams bag, 'oh sorry mate didnt realise' I bet you didnt......... lol


Finally.. Someone that can see there is a difference between a match ball and your £9.99 replicas from argos :D
#9
I'm not voting either way as it's a good price for the ball but an expensive ball at that.

I'm a Palace fan, for my sins, and the official Npower club versions of the ball cost £74.99.
#10
good price for a Professional Match Ball
#11
'Course it's hot you buffoons! The idea of this site is to vote things hot if they're a good price, right? Unless we're talking Newcastle shirts of course...

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