View Full Version : Differences found with my Wilson K Six One 95 Asian racquets
08-14-2007, 07:39 AM
I did a review on the differences I found on my two "identical" Wilson K Six One 95 16x18 racquet this is the Asian 310 gram version. If you guys intend to buy two pairs of identical racquets whatever model or brand always remember to check against your first racquet to see if there might be any differences in weight balance and grip size. Read more about my experience here:
08-14-2007, 10:45 AM
That was a very informative blog - excellent work! I think the foreign companies in China need to run a very tight ship in the factories and let the locals know that quality matters and not the 'horse horse tiger tiger" attitude (which means; why do an excellent job if a mediocre effort will do). I wonder where Fishers new "No Tolerance" sticks are made? Let's hope that other companies are forced to improved the quality of their sticks too. I also have the Yonex rds 001 90 and really love the quality.
08-15-2007, 07:46 AM
Thanks for your comments. I think this will be my last pair of Wilson racquets that I will ever buy... I rather go with Head, Babolat or Yonex which gives me much better consistent results.
09-05-2007, 03:24 AM
Finally got a reply from Wilson Asia Pacific about the differences in my Wilson K Six One 95, which was rather shocking and amazed me. My findings on their reply found here.
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